Rice Snax

Another day, another recommendation from the Money Heifer.

Eating right and exercising regularly should, in general, keep healthy expenses low.  But there are so many temptations when it comes to food.  How many food commercials are shown during an hour television program or a three-hour football game?  Tons or at least too many to keep count.  If you eat all the tacos, chips, burgers, pizzas, etc., your waistline will quickly reveal your passion for such food.

The key of course is moderation.

Do you have a “salty tooth”?  Do you like to munch?  Instead of potato chips, consider a healthy alternative.

A company called Edward&Sons offers RICE SNAX (deliciously crisp brown rice crackers).  The side of the box states,

Got the munchies? Want something crisp and delicious that’s good for you too?

Rice Snax to the rescue!  Baked – not fried – and topped with great natural seasonings, these bite-size whole grain crackers are thin, crisp and absolutely scrumptious!  Available in 4 yummy flavors, all feature simple, wholesome ingredients you feel great about eating . . . and sharing.  Keep plenty on hand for guests and pack them in lunch boxes as tasty natural treats.  Enjoy!

For more information, check out the link below


The box for the lightly salted Rice Snax contains 2.5 servings.  120 calories, only 15 calories from fat, 1.5 grams of fat per serving.  Can’t be that (okay, you can if you drink water, but that doesn’t satisfy the munching sensation).

The cost for the 2.80z box is about $2.00.  Not bad if you want a salty snack but want to be a healthy snacker.  🙂


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