Snapea Crisps may be found in the produce section of some grocery stores, although we eat them as a snack rather than a salad topping.
Calbee Snack Salad’s Snapea Crisps are basically baked whole green peas seasoned with salt and prepared with a little corn oil. You can snap them as you would snap peas, but Snapea Crisps are crunchy like chips or cheese puffs. They are the same size and shape as regular snap peas, only a less vibrant green.
My sons enjoy the Snapea Crisps as a healthy after-school snack with Zevia, soda sweetened with stevia. I personally loved snacking on the Snapea Crisps, and dipping them in Tribe Origins hummus. They do not smell like potato chips even though they crunch like a potato chip. They have a mild vegetable flavor.
Here are some things to know about the Snapea Crisps product review:
No. 1: Are Snapea Crisps healthy? Yes. The Snapea Crisps nutrition facts include 6 grams of fat, 4 grams of protein, less than 1 gram of sugar and 3 grams of dietary fiber. The Snapea Crisps ingredients are green peas, corn oil, rice, salt, calcium carbonate and added Vitamin C. Snapea contains no artificial colors or flavors.
No. 2: Are Snapea Crisps gluten free? Snapea Crisps do not contain wheat or gluten on the ingredient list but Snapea Crisps are made in a facility that also manufactures products containing wheat, milk, soy, shrimp and fish.
No. 3: Snapea Crisps calorie: One serving or 22 pieces of Snapea Crisps contain 130 calories.
No. 4: Snapea Crisps Calbee brand: Snapea Crisps original flavor are made by Calbee America, Inc. which is based in Fairfield, California. They are committed to the environment with an earth friendly community website called “Farm to table.” Visit them at www.farmtt.com.
No. 5: How are Snapea Crisps made? Snapea Crisps are baked.
If you have children who are reluctant to try fresh vegetables, help them get used to eating vegetables by serving Snapea Crisps. Snapea Crisps are a good source of iron and calcium. Snapea Crisps have a delicate flavor which appeals to most young children. My teenagers snack on Snapea Crisps all the time.
Although they are marketed as “snack salad,” I’m not a fan of adding Snapea crisps to my salad. Whether you do add them to salad for crunch, dip them in hummus or eat them straight out of the bag, you will be helping your diet by eating Snapea Crisps.
For nutrition and taste, I give Snapea Crisps 4.5 out of 5 stars.
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