Justin's Mini Dark Chocolate Cups
Look for the mini versions of these popular peanut butter cups (which come in both dark and milk chocolate varieties) to control your serving size. While the serving size is listed as three cups, you can choose fewer, with one mini-cup containing 70 calories. Justin’s also makes snack packs that come with chocolate hazelnut butter and pretzels, for 180 calories a pack. With 4 grams of protein, and a little more than a teaspoon of sugar, they're a tasty treat for those seeking chocolate, creaminess, and crunch in one snack.
All Justin’s products are USDA certified organic (so they're non-GMO). The dark chocolate variety is kosher and vegan, too, but the milk chocolate does contain, well, milk.
Justin's Snack Packs
Super Bowl Sunday is all about food, football and screaming at the television. But you don't want to leave the kids out of all the fun. Angelina Vicknair with New Orleans Moms Blog is here to give us some ideas for the kid-friendly Super Bowl parties this weekend. Check out the video featuring Justin's Snack Packs here.
Justin's makes some of the best organic snacks on the market with their line of natural nut butters. In addition to seven different nut butter mixes, they also make peanut butter cups and snack packs. Their foods make it easy to snack on healthy and delicious foods anywhere!
Justin's Chocolate Hazelnut Butter Squeeze Packs
If you’re seeking a sweet afternoon pick-me-up, Justin’s Chocolate Hazelnut Butter packet from Starbucks is a satiating choice. The cocoa-infused nut butter boasts magnesium and heart-healthy fats—which improve your cholesterol levels and banish inflammation—thanks to the filling hazelnuts.
Justin's Almond Butter Squeeze Pack
Because lets be real: you're not going to carry around a whole jar. And with one of these handy treats in your bag, you're partway to ants on a log!
To buy: $28 for 20 packets; amazon.com
Justin's Classic Almond Butter
Peanut butter may be ruled out on the Whole 30 diet, but fortunately almond butter is A-OK. Fuel up for your run with a scoop of Justin's Almond Butter. Bonus points if you dip a few slices of apple straight into the jar.
Justin's Maple Almond Butter
I would never have thought I’d like maple almond butter. It just didn’t seem like something I’d be into since I don’t get excited about maple. I have to say, I think Justin’s Maple Almond Butter has my heart. It’s a true maple taste and adds complexity and sweetness to smooth almond butter. You won’t stop at just one spoonful.