It's time for this week’s healthy snacks and savings! Take advantage of these deals, and stock up your pantry...
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Perfectly Portable Fruit Snacks: 60 Calories or Less!
These adorable and delicious Mini Fruit Bars
are made with just two ingredients — fruit and fruit. Seriously, that’s it… No added sugar and only 60 calories per bar! If you don’t get enough fruit in your diet, this is the easiest way to make it happen… No washing, peeling, or cutting necessary! And for a tasty replacement for sugary fruit snacks, reach for Organic Apple Crunchables
— organic apples crisped to perfection, with just 35 calories per pouch. Both products are 100% plant based, gluten free, vegan, and free of many top allergens. Grab ‘em for school lunches and on-the-go snacking, or as a healthy alternative to Halloween candy!
CLICK FOR 20% OFF ON THATSITFRUIT.COM!
Code: 20JUSTFRUIT. Excludes truffles. Expires 11/4/21.
Prefer to shop on Amazon? Use code 15JUSTFRUIT for 15% off Mini Fruit Bars
and Organic Apple Crunchables
. Expires 11/4/21.
Delicious Superfood Nuts… Now with Chocolate!
These nuts are truly mind-blowing: Not only are they wild-grown and good for the planet, Barùkas contain THREE times the antioxidant power (and more fiber!) than any other nut. Plus, they're high in protein, rich in minerals, and have 25% fewer calories from fat than other popular nuts! Best of all, they just taste great — kind of like a cross between a peanut, an almond, and popcorn. Available plain, with sea salt, and introducing… Barùkas Supernuts with Dark Chocolate
: coated in a thin layer of clean & organic chocolate with 70% cacao! Stock up on these incredible snacks ASAP.
CLICK FOR 15% OFF ON BARUKAS.COM!
Code: 15BARUKAS. All products eligible. Expires 10/28/21.
Prefer to shop on Amazon? Click here
and use code 15BARUKAS for 15% off Regular and Salted Barùkas. Expires 10/28/21.
Must-Own Egg Cooker + Creepy Halloween Snack!
This countertop gadget is one of our favorite kitchen appliances… It hard-cooks eggs in less time than it takes to boil water! Add it to your cart, and then make this fun Halloween treat. Just hard cook your eggs, slice in half, and remove the yolks. Fill with hummus — use an orange kind like Lantana’s Sriracha Carrot Hummus
, or add a little natural orange food coloring. Then slice up some olives and arrange on the eggs to resemble spiders, like the photo. Creeeeepy…
CLICK TO BUY!
Fun Find: Mystery Snack Box!
How cute is this?! This adorable box is loaded with treats inspired by SANRIO and HELLO KITTY characters. And since you never know exactly which snacks will come in your box, it’s super fun to unwrap! Great for gifting… Who wouldn’t love this? (Pssst… Lisa opened hers LIVE on last night’s episode!)
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