Chicken Meatballs, Fruit & Nut Packs, Icelandic Yogurt

Apr 2 2018

Spotted on Shelves…

Hip Chick Farms Organic Chicken Meatballs

3 - 4 meatballs: 140 - 180 calories, 6 - 10g total fat (1.5 - 3g sat fat), 350 - 580mg sodium, 3 - 7g carbs, 0g fiber, 0 - 2g sugars, 17 - 19g protein -- SmartPoints® value 3 - 5*

As a bunch of hip chicks ourselves, this brand caught our attention FAST. And as fans of heat & eat protein, these freezer-aisle meatballs had us stocking up for easy meal creations! In Gluten Free, Tandoori, and Gluten Free Teriyaki & Ginger, we’ll be piling these onto cauliflower rice, tossing them with zucchini noodles, and snacking on ‘em straight. Cluck-- er, CLICK to track some down!

Emerald 100 Calorie Packs Natural Walnuts & Almonds with Dried Cherries

0.67 oz. (19g): 100 calories, 8g total fat (0.5g sat fat), 0mg sodium, 7g carbs, 1g fiber, 5g sugars, 2g protein -- SmartPoints® value 4*

There are days when our sanity is saved by a 100-calorie snack pack. For those times when you need a speedy hunger buster, these new fruit & nut packs are perfection. Way smarter than sticking your hand into a big bag of trail mix! We found ours at Target.

Icelandic Provisions Skyr

One 5.3-oz. container: 115 - 140 calories, 2 - 4g total fat (1 - 3g sat fat), 50 - 110mg sodium, 8 - 15g carbs, 0 - 1g fiber, 5 - 11g sugars, 15 - 17g protein -- SmartPoints® value 3 - 5*

Skyr, a.k.a. Icelandic yogurt, is a major trend these days. It’s thick and high in protein like Greek yogurt, but with a somewhat milder taste. This line stands out because it’s extra rich and creamy, and it includes some pretty special flavors. Peach Cloudberry? Blueberry Bilberry? Yup! And we love the Coconut flavor, which features real shredded coconut. Click to locate!

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