The Most Popular Healthy Food Finds of 2019

Dec 16 2019
We tried and wrote about countless new products this year. These six were the most popular according to YOU. Let’s count down the most-clicked product finds of 2019...

#6: Scott & Jon’s by Cheating Gourmet Bowls

1 bowl: 220 - 290 calories, 1 - 5g total fat (0 - 3g sat fat), 400 - 880mg sodium, 37 - 43g carbs, 0 - 2g fiber, 2 - 6g sugars, 15 - 19g protein -- SmartPoints® value 5 - 8*

We featured this lineup TWICE in 2019: once in January when we fell hard for the shrimp rice bowls, and then again in June with the launch of the brand’s yummy ramen bowls. These are heat & eat frozen entrées with fresh flavor and less than 300 calories! Sign. Us. Up. Click to locate

#5: Two Good Greek Yogurt

One 5.3-oz. container: 80 calories, 2g total fat (1 - 1.5g sat fat), 25 - 35mg sodium, 3g carbs, 0g fiber, 2g sugars, 12g protein -- SmartPoints® value 2*

How is this dairy yogurt so low in sugar? It's slow-strained using a method that removes natural sugars from milk. The result is thick and creamy yogurt with lots of protein and 80 percent less sugar than the average yogurt. Plus, no artificial sweeteners! No wonder it's so popular… Find some now.

#4: Real Food From the Ground Up Cauliflower Crackers

About 44 crackers: 110 calories, 2.5 - 3g total fat (1 - 1.5g sat fat), 325mg sodium, 18g carbs, 2g fiber, 2g sugars, 2g protein -- SmartPoints® value 4*

Who wouldn't go crazy for crackers with veggies baked right into ‘em? Especially ones that taste like cheese! These snacks are also gluten free, and check out that huge serving size. (WOW!) In Sea Salt, Nacho, and Cheddar (which tastes a LOT like Cheez-Its), they'll be a perfect addition to your 2020 snack stash. Grab a box ASAP, or order on Amazon.

#3: Swerve Sweets Cake Mix

25 - 27g mix (packaged): 70 - 90 calories, 6 - 7g total fat (0.5 - 1g sat fat), 150 - 160mg sodium, 14 - 16g carbs, 3g fiber, 1g sugars, 3g protein -- SmartPoints® value 2 - 3*

This cake mix is straight-up groundbreaking: It's gluten-free, grain-free, and has no added sugar! The base is made with almond and coconut flours and sweetened with erythritol. And while the box directions call for ingredients like oil and eggs, we made ours with 1/3 cup applesauce, 1/2 cup egg substitute, and 1/4 cup water instead. The resulting cakes blew us away, and the product feature had HG fans clicking up a storm! In Vanilla and Chocolate flavors… Find some now, or stock up via Amazon.

#2: Little Something Foods Mad Minis Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches

1 sandwich: 60 calories, 2g total fat (1g sat fat), 20 - 35mg sodium, 9g carbs, 0g fiber, 4 - 5g sugars, 1g protein -- SmartPoints® value 2 - 3*

Did you fall in love with tiny ice cream sandwiches this year? You're not the only one. These look like overstuffed Oreos, but they're filled with ice cream -- and the flavors are out of this world: Chocolate, Vanilla, Mint, Black Raspberry, Salted Caramel, and Blondie (our hands-down favorite). Word is that new flavors are on the way, so keep your eyes on freezer cases near you.

#1: Crepini Egg Thins with Cauliflower

1 piece: 8 calories, 0g total fat (0g sat fat), 25mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g fiber, 0g sugars, 1g protein -- SmartPoints® value 0*

Finally, our most-clicked food find of 2019 is this veggie-boosted, low-carb crepe. The original Egg Thins are great, and when nutritious cauliflower is added to the mix, you can't help but be intrigued. The veggie flavor is super mild, so these crepes work with sweet AND savory toppings! Score a pack today.
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