Hi Hungry Girl,
From one Amazon addict to another, what are your current one-click food obsessions?
In My Prime
I’m always ordering new things on Amazon. Who doesn’t love having snacks and more delivered to their door?! Here are my current under-the-radar obsessions…
My Amazon finds can sell out fast! So add ‘em to your cart ASAP…
FitJoy Fun Size Protein Bars
1 bar: 70 - 80 calories, 2.5 - 3g total fat (1 - 1.5g sat. fat), 50 - 75mg sodium, 8 - 10g carbs, 4 - 5g fiber, 1 - 2g sugars, 6 - 7g protein -- SmartPoints
I typically eat a regular-sized protein bar by breaking off small pieces over the course of an entire day. With these dessert-inspired bars
-- which are about 1/3rd the size of traditional ones -- I can eat the whole thing and not have a half-eaten bar floating around in my purse! They taste fantastic and have no protein aftertaste. My favorite flavor is Cookie Dough Brownie, but they also come in Chocolate Peanut Butter, Cookies and Cream, and Grandma’s Lemon Square.
Nescafé Rich French Vanilla Instant Coffee
1 tsp.: 10 calories, 0g total fat (0g sat. fat), 0mg sodium, 2g carbs, 2g fiber, 0g sugars, 0.2g protein -- SmartPoints
Not all instant coffee is created equal! This slightly sweet flavored find
has a rich, smooth taste that’s great hot or iced. It’s a staple in my Amazon cart. My favorite way to enjoy it? Dissolve a heaping teaspoon of it along with 2 tsp. Sugar Free French Vanilla Coffee mate powder in 2 oz. hot water. Add 2 oz. cold water, 1/2 cup Banana Almond Breeze
, and lots and lots of ice. GAME CHANGER.
Golden Nest Chicken Bites (Poulet Bouchées) in Honey Teriyaki
1 oz.: 90 calories, 1g fat (0g sat. fat), 270mg sodium, 10g carbs, 0g fiber, 9g sugars, 9g protein -- SmartPoints
These things are FUN. They’re individually wrapped squares
of dried chicken that peel apart into even thinner squares. I love the fresh taste and soft texture, and you just can’t beat that sweet-yet-savory teriyaki flavor. I stash these in my desk for a low-calorie, high-protein emergency snack. If spice is more your style, they also have a Honey Sriracha flavor.
Sabatino Tartufi Truffle Zest Seasoning
2g (about 1/4 tsp.): 5 calories, 0g total fat (0g sat. fat), 115mg sodium, 1g carbs, 0g fiber, 0g sugars, 0g protein -- SmartPoints
It’s no secret that I love truffle salt
, and now the geniuses at Sabatino Tartufi have created this Truffle Zest
! It’s made from powdered black summer truffles, and it’s amazing on meat, fish, egg scrambles, popcorn, and more. It makes everything taste rich and decadent. You can also add it to sauces or dips to really elevate the flavor. A little goes a long way, so one jar will last a long time in your pantry.
SmartSweets Peach Rings
1 bag: 80 calories, 0g total fat (0g sat. fat), 75mg sodium, 33g carbs, 28g fiber, 3g sugars, 0g protein -- SmartPoints
These peach gummy candies
come in single-serve bags, perfect for portion control! They’re very low in sugar and made without any artificial sweeteners or sugar alcohols. Major find for anyone with a sweet tooth who’s trying to cut back on sugar. This brand’s Sweet Fish
product was my first love (tastes JUST like Swedish Fish), but now I’ve got a thing for the rings! There’s also a variety pack
, if you want to try a few.
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