Harvest Snaps Product Review by I’m Not a Trophy Wife

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This post was created in partnership with Harvest Snaps. I have been compensated for this post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.


Okay, let me start with I was already in love with Harvest Snaps when I was contacted to participate in this partnership.  It’s like the scene in Jerry McGuire where Jerry walks into Renee’s sister’s house to apologize and tell her he loves her and she says, “You had me at hello.”  Well  this was me when I read the invite to write a review!  They had me at the words, “Harvest Snaps.”
harvestsnaps1 Harvest Snaps    offer a healthier snack option, without sacrificing taste! Harvest Snaps are all-natural and tasty, leaving you guilt-free when you need a salty snack. A girlfriend introduced me to these last year and they are my go to snack when I need something salty.  Harvest Snaps  are  baked, gluten-free, high in fiber and protein, low in sodium and fat.  This works for me!
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These all natural treats are the perfect snack for the entire family. I packed my son’s favorite in his lunch box and I snuck the Tomato Basil flavor into the dinner salad.

With six flavors to try I decided this would be a great addition to the bagged salad I get to the table a few nights a week!  An alternative to the crouton!

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My favorite is the Harvest Snaps’ Original Green Pea Crisp.


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****Disclosure: This post was created in partnership with Harvest Snaps. I have been compensated for this post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.***

Fruit Dip with 1/2 the calories

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Hi everyone,

Do you like your fruit plain or with a little something?  I usually go for the “organic” version {no dip}, but when I saw this recipe on popsugar.com  I thought I would try it.  Then, while preparing it I thought I was going to gag-

…… not a ringing endorsement for a new recipe.  The recipe combines peanut butter {one of my favorite food groups} and Greek yogurt {something I am learning to tolerate}.  And, when I went to mix the two it just seemed so wrong. But as a serious foodie {not},  I pushed through the initial  reaction.

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So for those observant types I labeled this a 3 {three} ingredient recipe when in fact it lists four ingredients!  That’s something you may not know about me: I find it painfully difficult to follow a recipe.  But, the dip was sweet enough with the vanilla Greek yogurt and peanut butter that I skipped the Agave honey.  No regrets. I served with strawberries and I loved it.  My family isn’t on the Greek yogurt bus yet, but I will sneak it into their diets eventually!

Fruit Dip with ½ the calories
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A lighter version of the classic fruit dip!
Ingredients
  • 6 ounces nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon peanut butter
  • ½ tablespoon Agave honey
  • ⅛ teaspoon cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Serve with apple slices, strawberries or favorite fruit
  2. Store in refrigerator