Almond Butter Bars, Egg White Crepes, Hawaiian Sauces

Oct 1 2018

Spotted on Shelves...

Nature Valley Crunchy Granola Bars in Almond Butter

2 bars (1 package): 180 calories, 8g total fat (1g sat fat), 125mg sodium, 25g carbs, 2g fiber, 12g sugars, 3g protein -- SmartPoints® value 7*

Oh, yum... The iconic two-packs of crunchy bars are now available with decadent drizzles of almond butter! We're so into them, especially since we can have one bar for only 90 calories (SmartPoints® value 3*) when we just need a little something. These are pretty new, so check your local stores. We scored ours at Target!

Crepini Mini Egg White Thins

1 piece (1 oz.): 45 calories, 1g total fat (0g sat fat), 140mg sodium, 4g carbs, 0g fiber, 0g sugars, 4g protein -- SmartPoints® value 1*

We FLIPPED when we first tried this underground find, and we’re thrilled to report it's popping up in more and more stores. The skinny crepes are tasty, versatile, and the perfect swap for carby tortillas! You can also use ‘em for speedy omelettes and snacks. Look for them in the refrigerated section of Costco, Walmart, Sprouts, and other retailers.

King’s Hawaiian BBQ Sauces

2 tbsp.: 40 - 60 calories, 0 - 1g total fat (0g sat fat), 240 - 400mg sodium, 11 - 15g carbs, 0g fiber, 9 - 14g sugars, 0 - 1g protein -- SmartPoints® value 2 - 4*

The maker of everyone's favorite sweet rolls has a line of sauces that’s not to be missed! The BBQ sauces come in Original Sweet Pineapple (love!), Smoked Bacon, and Light Roasted Kona Coffee. There’s also a Sweet Island Ginger sauce with 50 calories per 2 tbsp., and the Big Island Lava (LOVE!) with just 15 calories per tbsp. Track down a bottle or two ASAP...

Chew on this:

Happy World Vegetarian Day, October 1st! Here are LOADS of meatless recipes to help you celebrate...

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