Shrewd Food: Protein Puffs For The Whole Family

Having two boys that are both big snackers I have a hard time finding snacks that taste good to them, but are not so unhealthy. They are constantly looking for something crunchy and salty. My issue is all the carbs and other bad things in their crunchy snacks, with no real benefits to help keep them full. Shrewd Food has people that love to snack without all the carbs covered. As their products have between two and four carbs per package.

 

Shrewd Food sent me out a few samples of Protein Puffs. My kids were both so excited to see what they were all about. With flavors like Brick Oven Pizza and Sour Cream and Onion, they were stoked. I decided that I should try one of each flavor as well. I think of them like a traditional cheese ball, but with more flavor options, and way better for you.

 

 

My oldest has a true love for salty snacks while my youngest has more of a sweet tooth. Shrewd Foods even has delicious sweeter protein puffs. Cookies & Cream was my favorite out of the two I tried. Though my boys loved them both. These have made the perfect snacks for my oldest to bring to school for snack time. They are gluten free, non-GMO, contain no peanuts, or tree-nuts, soy free, egg free, Kosher dairy and have no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.

 

 

 

Shrewd Food even has Protein Croutons. These are perfect by themselves, or in your salad.I actually prefer these to traditional croutons. They are not as hard, and do not tear my mouth up like traditional ones always seem to do.  And with barely any carbs, and high protein you can feel guilt free with your snacking.

 

You can find out more about Shrewd Food, and their many flavors by checking out their website.

 

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