No matter the season, we are a snack house. At any given time we have snacks that range from the healthy to the slightly unhealthy. A favorite snack is popcorn – the versatility, ease and options are truly endless.
This summer if you are looking for a easy and sweet and salty snack, Gaslamp Popcorn Kettle Corn is the snack you want.
When I think back on my teen years, the one thing I always remember was being limited on food I could eat for 6 years. For those 6 years, I wore braces. The instructions that you are given when you get braces is to not eat anything that could dislodge or get stuck in your teeth.
The thing that I missed the most during that time was caramel and popcorn. Now as an adult with braces no more, I am free to eat what I want without worry of repercussions.
Given that feeling it should be no surprise that when I had the opportunity to review some popcorn and caramel from Annie B’s I had very little hesitation.
One of my favorite fruits are bananas. Whenever I am needing a pick-me up I go for the bananas and the potassium that they pack. The other favorite of mine is banana smoothies. I love to stop at my local store, pickup some bananas, and gather the ice, and blend myself the perfect snack.
When I heard that there was a way to have the bananas I love while getting that smoothie flavor without the work intrigued me. The products was Banana Wave – BananaMilk and from the first taste the taste, smell and flavor was bananas.
When I find a popcorn that is Non GMO, Gluten Free, Whole Grain, Kosher while popping to half the size of typical popcorn and is virtually hulless, I tend to stop in my tracks.
While walking the floor at the Natural Product Expo this year I came upon the bright and colorful display that was The Little Kernel. As I looked at the bags, they were as colorful as the popcorn was flavorful. I knew that I wanted more and wanted to try the other flavors available.
Enjoy Life Soft Baked & Crunchy Cookies Review and Giveaway
When ever I go to expo and food shows, one of the first things that I gravitate towards is the cookies.
As I have mentioned in the past I am a cookie monster and have met very few cookies that I do not like.
When I attended the Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo I had the opportunity to walk through Enjoy Life Land by Enjoy Life Foods. The best way to describe the experience was it was like walking the yellow brick road with each step reminding walkers of the allergens that are not present in their products.
If there is one time of day that I do not like it is the mornings. Most of my mornings consist of making my husband lunch and getting him off to work, cleaning the litter box from the night, feeding our cats, and getting myself ready for my day blogging. Time goes quick, and despite the time I wake-up, I am always in a hurry to do what needs to be done before my morning slips away.
If there is one thing that I often forget to do is to eat breakfast. I am always looking for an easier way to give me the start to my day that I desperately need that will save me time.
When I was approached with the opportunity to give a new breakfast offering from Dave’s Naturals I decided to go for it. When I head that I was the 5th package shipped and one of few people outside the company I was immediately intrigued. The new product is Overnight Oats and the basic idea is that you add the milk to cup the night before, store in the fridge, and in the morning you will have a softened oats to eat.
Since I spend hours at my computer it is important to have easy and healthy snacks.
One of my favorites is crackers and as regular readers will know I am a fan of Milton’s Craft Bakers, and so when I had the chance to review the Milton’s Gluten Free Baked Crackers, I was excited to compare them to the other varieties available. .
One of my favorite things is to try new products, and try something that I typically would not have the opportunity to try. When I attended the Gluten Free Allergen Friendly Expo and the Natural Products Expo I discovered a new company called Rise Buddy.
I am not going to lie, if I have the opportunity to review jerky or a meat stick, I generally jump at the chance. I have discovered that there is nothing better than having a infusion of protein during the day. Generally, it is filling and tides me over until dinner in the evening.
When I was approached to review The New Primal and their jerky and meat stick assortment, I was intrigued since they have some flavors I had not seen before.