My son is funny with food. He’s always been the best little eater. We’ve been so spoiled! In fact, we figure we’re doomed to have a horrible eater with Baby #2 because our first has been a dream. Vegetables are his favorite! He’ll pick them out of his meals first. Then the “terrible twos” hit. He still loves food. He really does. But he is strong-willed and independent. And dinnertime interrupts playtime. Heaven forbid. Suddenly he has this strange aversion to meat. Sometimes we have to bribe him with veggies if he’ll eat bites of his other food. So we have to make sure he’s getting plenty of protein in his snacks. He eats greek yogurt, cheese sticks, etc. But I really want to make sure he’s getting what he needs.
The Good Bean all natural roasted chickpea snacks are chock-full of protein – with 7 g. a serving! Plus, they have 6 g. of fiber! On top of that they are gluten free, non-gmo, low fat, and heart healthy. I thought these would be the perfect snack for our little one. They have 4 different varieties – Sea Salt, Cracked Pepper, Smokey Chili & Lime, and Sweet Cinnamon. Other than the Smokey Chili & Lime being a little too “hot” (spicy) for his spice-aversed palette, he loves them! And I know that he’s got a great supplement for his protein. They are crunchy and flavorful, and I think they remind him of chips. 🙂 He loves the Fruit & No-Nut Bars – they are perfect for him. Usually Fruit Bars have a lot of nuts in them, which he is allergic to, but these don’t and he thinks they are great! And although they are produced in a plant that does have nuts in it, they use Good Manufacturing Practices! He loved all three flavors – Apricot Coconut, Fruit & Seeds Trail Mix, and Chocolate Berry!
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