Harvest Snaps Product Review by I’m Not a Trophy Wife

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This post was created in partnership with Harvest Snaps. I have been compensated for this post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.


Okay, let me start with I was already in love with Harvest Snaps when I was contacted to participate in this partnership.  It’s like the scene in Jerry McGuire where he says hi or whatever and goes on and on.  Well, this was me when I read the invite to write a review!  They had me at the words, “Harvest Snaps.”
harvestsnaps1 Harvest Snaps    offer a healthier snack option, without sacrificing taste! Harvest Snaps are all-natural and tasty, leaving you guilt-free when you need a salty snack.


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These all natural treats are the perfect snack for the entire family. I packed my son’s favorite in his lunch box and I snuck the Tomato Basil flavor into the dinner salad. With six flavors to try I decided this would be a great addition to the bagged salad I get to the table a few nights a week!  An alternative to the crouton!

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My favorite is the Original Green Pea Crisp.


 

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Fruit Dip with 1/2 the calories

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Hi everyone,

Do you like your fruit plain or with a little something?  I usually go for the “organic” version {no dip}, but when I saw this recipe on popsugar.com  I thought I would try it.  Then, while preparing it I thought I was going to gag-

…… not a ringing endorsement for a new recipe.  The recipe combines peanut butter {one of my favorite food groups} and Greek yogurt {something I am learning to tolerate}.  And, when I went to mix the two it just seemed so wrong. But as a serious foodie {not},  I pushed through the initial  reaction.

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So for those observant types I labeled this a 3 {three} ingredient recipe when in fact it lists four ingredients!  That’s something you may not know about me: I find it painfully difficult to follow a recipe.  But, the dip was sweet enough with the vanilla Greek yogurt and peanut butter that I skipped the Agave honey.  No regrets. I served with strawberries and I loved it.  My family isn’t on the Greek yogurt bus yet, but I will sneak it into their diets eventually!

Fruit Dip with ½ the calories
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A lighter version of the classic fruit dip!
Ingredients
  • 6 ounces nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon peanut butter
  • ½ tablespoon Agave honey
  • ⅛ teaspoon cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Serve with apple slices, strawberries or favorite fruit
  2. Store in refrigerator