Go Back to School with Harvest Snaps #HarvestSnapsFan

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

Looking for a healthy back to school snack for you and your children? Try Harvest Snaps ! Harvest Snaps come in six different flavors: Snapea Crisps Black Pepper, Snapea Crisps Lightly Salted, Snapea Crisps Wasabi, Snapea Crisps Caesar, Lentil Snaps Tomato Basil, Lentil Snaps Onion Time.

Our children really liked these snacks. I only got to try a couple and thought they were powdery tasting. It was a weird taste bud war going on, seriously, because I wanted to like them. Our youngest found the Green Peas Black Pepper flavored one hot, so he only liked the non-hot flavors. These made a great after school or before bedtime snack. Of course, I forgot to take photos of them snacking! Other ways I can see Harvest Snaps being used are: back-to-School lunchboxes, post-workout snack, lunch sides, crunchy salad toppings and for sports fans gameday snacks and tailgating events.

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A Little Bit About Harvest Snaps

Here are some Harvest Snaps facts:

~ Snapea Crisps are made from 70% pea. Lentil Snaps are made from 65% lentil.
~ Harvest Snaps offers a healthier snacking option. They are baked, not fried.
~ Harvest Snaps are all-natural and guilt-free. Each of the 6 flavors are high fiber and protein, and low in sodium and fat.
~ These healthy treats are a great snack for the whole family, except my hubby did not try them. I think we forgot to ask him! Oops…
~ They are non-GMO.

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For fun, you can visit the Lunchspiration microsite, create a Bento Box and be entered to win your own Harvest Snaps!

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13 comments

  1. Hmm, I wonder if my kids would eat them.

  2. Raijean says:

    Those snacks are delicious. I love them.

  3. Weird taste bud war – I can totally imagine. There are something that we are just not accustomed to, especially when it’s a unfamiliar combination of flavors and textures.

  4. They look delicious. I don’t know if I could get my kids to eat them, but I’d certainly be open to trying them out.

  5. LyndaS says:

    What?!? I have had the regular snapeas, but I didn’t realize there was one with wasabi – I need to try it!!

  6. Those look tasty. I’ve never heard of them, but I will keep an eye out to try them.

  7. HilLesha says:

    I have never tried these. They sound really good, especially the Tomato Basil!

  8. Donna says:

    This looks like a good healthy snack option!

  9. Jenn says:

    Weird taste bud war is probably what would happen to me too.

  10. Angela says:

    I haven’t heard of Harvest Snaps before. I’ll have to give them a try.

  11. Kelsey Apley says:

    My favorite is the salt ones, they are so good! They make for a great snack.

  12. Colleen says:

    I’ve never had these but they look pretty good, better than potato chips.

  13. Marcie W. says:

    The different flavor varieties sound fun! I really appreciate the entire line is non GMO.

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