Plant-Based Beef & Chorizo Style Crumbles, Maple Syrup Sweetened Granola, Sugar-Free Greek Yogurt

Feb 28 2022

Spotted on Shelves…

Abbot’s Butcher Plant-Based Ground "Beef" and "Chorizo"

1/2 cup (3 oz.): 130–140 calories, 4.5–6g total fat (1g sat. fat), 550–620mg sodium, 5–6g carbs, 1–2g fiber, 1g total sugars (0g added sugars), 15–18g protein
WW PersonalPoints™ value 3*
This plant-based ground "meat" lineup is fantastic! The texture is very meat-like—the faux beef is flavorful and made with porcini mushrooms, and the vegan chorizo is a little on the spicy side. Bonus: They're both gluten free and soy free. Find them in the freezer aisle at select grocers nationwide… Click to locate!

The Safe + Fair Food Company Full Stack Granola

1/3 cup: 130 calories, 4.5g total fat (0.5g sat. fat), 40mg sodium, 21g carbs, 2g fiber, 8g total sugars (7g added sugars), 2g protein
WW PersonalPoints™ value 5*
When it comes to granola, we are PICKY. So the fact that this is delicious AND has good enough stats for us to say, "Yes, pick up a bag of this granola" is kind of a big deal. FYI, the "Full Stack" in the name refers to the fact that it tastes like pancakes & is made with real maple syrup. (Pancake flavors are hot right now!) Order from the Safe + Fair site, or find it at select Target and Walmart locations.

Chobani Zero Sugar Greek Yogurt in Dessert Inspired Flavors

One 5.3-oz. container: 60 calories, 0g total fat (0g sat. fat), 65mg sodium, 5g carbs, <1g fiber, 0g total sugars (0g added sugars), 11g protein
WW PersonalPoints™ value 1*
Get ready to have your mind blown—we couldn't believe these decadent, naturally sweetened yogurts have only 60 calories! The new flavors are Strawberry Cheesecake, Key Lime Pie, Toasted Coconut Vanilla, and Milk & Cookies (the HG favorite). The texture is thick and rich, and they're sweetened with a mix of allulose, stevia, and monk fruit to get that flavor juuuust right. Find them at grocery and retail stores nationwide.

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