Category: Food Finds

Food Finds: Original Carlsbad Oblaten (Wafer)

Crunchy, big, round-shaped wafers I found on Amazon, but better choice is on the original site. There are 7 flavors: Original Vanilla Almond, Chocolate, Lemon, Caramel, Cinnamon, Strawberry and Green Tea (my favorite).  Sold in tin or small triangle boxes. The best part – it’s just 60 calories and 2g of sugar for 7 wedges! Awesome with frozen yogurt or with cup of tea.  Oh, and it’s a great gift.

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Food Finds: Matt’s Munchies Fruit Snacks by Chief Roberts

My favorite snack, not your usual fruit leather, small squares (16 per package) with great, candy-like taste, but without added sugar. Very good with cup of tea or like snack-to-go.

I found some in local ShopRite and was happy to discover their store on the Internet, so I bought sample pack of 12 to try them all.

My favorites: Mango, Island Mango (with coconut) and Tangy Apricot – just 35-40 calories for the whole thing. Bananas and variation (Banana, Choco-Nana, Chili Chocolate and Apple Pie) are good too, but about 80 calories. Ginger Spice, Mango Acai, Apple-Licious and Raspberry Delight were just ok (to my taste).

Gluten free, organic et setera.

Food Finds: Matt’s Munches Fruit Snacks by Chief Roberts

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Food Finds: HannahMax Baking – Cookie Chips

I’m starting a new heading in my blog. Something, that we discover and find very good in taste, and, possibly, low in calories. It’s not advertising but a little bookmarks for ourselves. There are so many good things around.

This one I bought in “Home Goods” store. It’s not usual chips, but cookie chips – baked, crunchy, wafer-thin and very tasty. And it’s just 120-130 calories for 5 cookies! HannaMax Baking sell it from their site with free shipping now.  Four flavors is available – Original, Cinnamon Sugar, Chocolate Chip, and, my favorite – Sea Salted Peanut Butter.  Packaged in six-ounces recloseable bags. They don’t use trans fats, artificial flavors or color, preservatives. Contain: wheat, milk, soy and eggs.

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