Oct 102013
 

crunch-pakI try to bring my lunch and snacks to work every day first to save money and second because the food I bring is healthier and taste better.  I am always looking for more interesting things to bring and I recently found Crunch Pak.  They have some great products.IMG_1410

Here is one of my favorite cut up apples in individual packages.  These are about 30 calories and are a great afternoon snack with yogurt or cheese.  They also have some packages that have caramel yum!!! It makes things so much more convenient and helps prevent me from going to the vending machine.

Crunch Pak has lots of good options they have Apple Snackers that include a variety of snacks – like one with apples, grapes and cheese.  I also noticed the last time I went to the store they salad kits – one is a Waldorf Kitz feature diced sweet & tart apples, goldenraisins, dried cranberries, candied walnuts & pecans,and Waldorf dressing. It comes with enough ingredients to make 4 1/2 cup servings. How easy would it be to add this to your meal and get more fruit in your diet.

You can find Crunch Pak at many local stores including Target, Walmart and Whole Foods.  You can also connect with Crunch Pak on Facebook.

Crunch Pak sent me some coupons to use to purchase my review items and I have 2 left that I would love to share with one of my readers. You must be 18+ and have a US mailing address.  Leave a comment on what you like to have for a snack.  Extra entry for following Crunch Pak on Facebook. Extra entry for each way you follow Kaisy Daisy’s Corner. Giveaway ends Oct 24, 2013.

Please fill out the form HERE to enter.

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