March 11, 2013

Green Giant's Big Surprise

Guess what?  Green Giant has a fabulous new healthy snack that  you can feel good about enjoying!   They now make some tasty veggie snacks!

Green Giant has been a popular name in my family since I was a little girl.  We always had their canned veggies in the pantry to use whenever we might be running low on the fresh veggie options for dinner at any time.   I still keep a supply of their canned and frozen veggies available to add an extra veggie or two to our evening meals.  Now, they've gone and found a way to bring that veggie goodness to crunchy snacks that everyone can enjoy.


The Roasted Veggie Tortilla Chips are a nice change from the usual tortilla chips you may be used grabbing for a snack.  They are full of cheddar flavor which just might fool you into thinking these are not so good for you... when, in fact they can brag about their 17 grams of whole grain goodness!  Add to that the use of real veggies and their crisp crunch and you've got a snack you can feel good about sharing with your kids.


Now, if you'd rather have a salty snack without the cheddar flavor, then the Sea Salt flavor of the Multi-grain Sweet Potato chips.  They have that subtle sweet flavor that you'd expect from sweet potatoes that are lightly salted... I love a salty snack, but I don't want to feel like I need a gallon of water after enjoying a few chips.  These taste light and Green Giant has made them with 14 grams of whole-grain goodness.

I bet you'd love to go grab a bag of these to try, so luckily Green Giant has a coupon offer for me to share with my fabulous readers.  Just head on over to grab your coupon!

 You'll want to check out more about Green Giant's big surprise at their Facebook Page and their YouTube Channel.  

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