Harvest Snaps Snapea Crisps and Lentil Snaps #HarvestSnapsFan

This post was created in partnership with Harvest Snaps. I have been compensated for this post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Healthy eating for me in the past meant food got boring very quickly. And when food got boring, healthy eating felt like it was more of a chore than an admirable goal. As soon as I rejoined Weight Watchers, I knew I’d have to get a little more creative with my food and try some new options to ensure it didn’t get boring. And so far? My new favorite snacks are Harvest Snaps Snapea Crisps:

Just opened up my snack box of  snapea and lentil crisps! Yum!I wasn’t sure about what these would be like at first. I love my peas, but I wasn’t sure that a chip-like snack that’s 70% made from whole pea would be good. Sure, they’re high in protein and fiber, gluten-free, baked, and even low in sodium and fat – but can they really be that good?

And the answer to that is yes.

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The Snapea Crisps are my new go-to “chip.” They’re crunchy, filled with flavor, packed with protein and fiber that keep me full, and are actually good for me. Not to mention they have a handful of different flavors including Caesar, Lightly Salted, Black Pepper, and Wasabi Ranch. My two favorite flavors?


Although I’m not a pepper person, Nathan is a big fan of the Black Pepper ones as well. Plus, we also got to try the Lentil Snaps and while they weren’t as good as the Snapea Crisps in my opinion, I was still a big fan of the Tomato Basil! Same stats – low fat and sodium, higher protein and fiber, and really tasty. They also have Onion Thyme for the Lentil Snaps!

If you haven’t tried the Snapea Crisps or the Lentil Snaps, I would HIGHLY recommend them! They make snacks and quick, healthy lunches much more enjoyable. Also, Harvest Snaps has a Lunchspiration Pinterest Contest going on right now – check it out and you could win up to $1000!

 have you tried the Snapea Crisps or the Lentil snaps? what’s your favorite healthy snack?