Eat Real Snacks

Eat Real Snacks

I was recently sent an amazing package from Eat Real, with some of their new dairy and gluten free goodies to try. Eat Real provide healthy snacks that don’t compromise on either taste or texture. They provide a versatile and varied range of products including Lentil Chips, Hummus Chips, Quinoa Chips and more. 

Eat Real recently introduced their veggie bites and snap peas snacks to their range. Their snacks are certified by Coeliac UK which is something I look out for when buying products. Unlike other gluten and dairy free snacks on the market, Eat Real pride themselves on producing plant, pulse and grain-based snacks. I know a few people struggle with snacks when it comes to living a free-from life. One of the things I found very challenging was paying so much for snacks that are full of unhealthy ingredients.Especially when I’m at work, I love to have a snack during the day but sometimes find it difficult to find a snack that is healthy but also tasty – does anyone else have that problem? With Eat Real it is all about real taste, real nutrition and real ingredients.

Here are the tasty goodies I was sent to try:

All the chips were great. The sweet chilli Quinoa chips were my favourite (I have a thing for sweet chilli) but there is something for everyone. My nephew who is 2 years old equally loved the cheezi Straws – great way to provide your little ones with a healthy snack. Eat Real snacks are perfect for the whole family. I find that most people who don’t eat free-from love them too. The best part, you don’t feel guilty after finishing a whole bag!

So there you have it, a little overview of some of the great products from the Eat Real range that I’m extremely impressed with. You can find them in all the major supermarkets, As Nature Intended, Wholefoods and Holland & Barrett.  If you try any of the products, let me know what you think.

 

 

Eat well, live and laugh

Lizzy x



2 thoughts on “Eat Real Snacks”

  • hello thank you for this great post. Please do you know if the chips are fried or baked? I’m not allowed fried food in my diet. Thank you

    • Hi Zineb,

      These crisps are actually fried unfortunately :(. If I come across any other brands that aren’t fried, I’ll share on here or my insta x

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