Cacao-Nut Chew

Dates naturally sweeten this raw treat, providing antioxidants and fiber, while raw nuts throw in some healthy Omega-3 and 6 fats + protein.  Coconut and raw cacao also add a dash more protein, magnesium, and iron.  

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Mango Salsa

A sweet guac-substitute to pair with your salty tortillas.

Spice up your enchiladas with a saucy salsa.

Dip your vegetables and call it an afternoon snack.

Ultimate guacamole, here.  Leveled up from the norm.

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Chew

I, like a large percentage of American kids of my generation, grew up eating a fair amount of pb&j sandwiches.  My jelly of choice was always strawberry (hold the seeds, hold the strawberry chunks) and, when it came to the peanut butter, make sure it's creamy, please.

To this day, the nut butter and jelly combo makes my mouth water.

In moderation, peanuts are fab addition to our diet (providing heart healthy fat and protein) while dried cherries and dates provide enough natural sweetness (as well as dietary fiber, antioxidants, and Vitamin A) to make this an easy and inner-child pleasing snack.

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Nuts Faux Chicken Salad

As a tween and teen, I loved opening up a can of chicken or tuna, throwing in some mayo and relish, and calling it either chicken or tuna salad.  I felt terribly independent, making my own "grown up" dish.  When I was rocking the vegetarian diet 100%, I found myself yearning for that canned salad of my youth, so I decided to make a nutty seedy version of my youthful glory.

Featuring sunflower seeds, walnuts, pumpkin sees, and cashews, you're getting a healthy dose of great fats, protein, and deliciousness.

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