Healthy Snack Alternative from Beanfields

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beanfield buttonIn our world, it’s hard to provide your family with yummy snacks that are both healthy and tasty. Too often we are bombarded with snacks full of preservatives, sodium, and just plain ‘junk’.

Beanfields uses a blend of black and navy beans and long grain rice cooked in safflower or sunflower oil to create a tasty snack that is packed with protein and fiber. In fact, they contain double the fiber of most corn tortilla & potato chips. They are also good for our economy because they are farmed and made in the USA.  They are gluten-free, cholesterol-free, trans fat-free, preservative-free, corn-free and free of every one of the FDA’s eight most common ingredients that trigger food allergies.

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We were sent 5 large bags of chips as well as 2 snack sized bags. Beanfileds offers a variety of flavors including nacho, pico de gallo, sea salt, sea salt & pepper and a naturally unsalted one. I actually had to hide these from my hubby so that I could moderate how quickly they were eaten. He quickly found where I had stashed them though, so that idea didn’t last for long. I made an awesome jalapeno dip and paired it with the naturally unflavored as well as the sea salt and it was SO delicious! My hubby favored the nacho flavor and we even used them in a yummy taco salad. 
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You can either buy yourself some Beanfields snacks online or you can use their handy store locator to find a store near you that is carrying them. If you just can’t wait to buy some, then be sure to enter the giveaway below!! There’s 5 winners!

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**Disclosure: These are 100% my words and opinions. I was not paid to complete this review; I did however receive a complimentary product for review purposes. I was in no way required to write a positive review, but was encouraged to write an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. **

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  1. I have not tried Beanfields yet, but LOVE that they are part of the NonGMO Project! I can’t wait to try them out. They look to be a nice choice for my kids lunches. Thanks for the review.

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