Say yes to the ultimate healthy snack!
A healthy snack is the best way to keep your children happy, healthy and full of energy. Time to toss any junk food away and stock up on the only ingredient you need to make multiple recipes of wholesome, healthy and super yummy…our hand-crafted SanoBe peanut butter.
Made locally in Little Rhody, this old-time kids favorite snack is packed with proteins, minerals, vitamins and what’s more antioxidants that help body rejuvenate itself. Snack time will be fun again! See how these 3 kid-friendly recipes can save you time, money and make your children love healthy snacks again!
Here’s how you can create 3 super healthy snacks in seconds:
Apple slices and peanut butter- a crunchy healthy snack
Apple and Sanobe Peanut Butter
Just wash your kiddo’s favorite apple (we love Fuji in our home!) and slice it removing any seeds. Pack it along a small container of your favorite flavor of SanoBe Peanut Butter. 2 Tbsp should be great!
Peanut Butter Thins – an easy healthy snack
Peanut Butter Thins
Use your child’s fav crackers as sandwich topper and create the ultimate peanut butter sandwich! For the chocolate lovers we suggest using our Crunchy Cacao flavor packed with cacao nibbles! Trust us it works!
Plantain Peanut Butter Smoothie- a silky healthy snack
- For those a bit more adventurous, you can use baked plantains – just wrap in parchment paper and bake for 40 minutes at 360 degrees).
- Add milk or non-dairy milk and our Hearty Hemp peanut butter or flavor of your choice and blend in a blender for the ultimate healthy smoothie snack!
- You can substitute a banana for convenience but be adventurous and try out the plantain, you won’t be disappointed!
You can use plantain or banana for this healthy smoothie
What is your family’s favorite snack recipe? Feel free to share!
So what makes this childhood favorite snack such a powerhouse of antioxidants, proteins, vitamins and minerals? Well of course: peanuts! Peanuts are a truly powerful nut that encompasses all the goodness of nature in its essence.
First their fat is good fat – 12 grams of the 14 grams total fat are unsaturated – the kind that we should eat more often. As part of a balanced diet, peanuts and peanut butter provide great tasting nutrition.
Second they are packed in plant-based protein extremely important for vegetarians and meat lovers alike. With seven grams per ounce, peanuts have more protein than any nut. Protein is essential for muscle growth and maintenance.
What’s more peanuts are loaded with Vitamin E, the dietary antioxidant that helps to protect cells from oxidative stress; a normal yet damaging physiological process; magnesium, folate, copper, phosphorus and 9 grams of fiber per 100 gram serving among more than 30 traced minerals.
And last scientific evidence suggests, but does not prove, that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, including peanuts, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. In 3 easy steps you can embrace a new wholesome lifestyle by changing your breakfast to our power breakfast and experience results almost instantly!