Are you looking for ways to get more veggies in your daily meals? If you are trying to get your kids to eat more vegetables or you are trying to lose weight you will want to try Sneaky Chef Products.
I recently tried a few products from Sneaky Chef and they were really good tasting. The first was The Sneaky Chef Smooth Red Pasta Sauce It has 8 wholesome veggies added and you would never know. This sauce tasted great you could eat it with just pasta or add it to another dish ~ like chicken parm or meatballs.
The next sauce I tried was The Sneaky Chef Cheesy Red Pasta Sauce this had the 8 veggies but also had Parmesan & Romano cheese added to it. My family liked both sauces and never knew it had all the extra vegetables added.
The last product my family tried was the The Sneaky Chef® Creamy No-Nut Butter that is made from naturally sweet and “nutty” tasting golden peas. It is a peanut butter alternative, without a trace of peanuts, tree nuts, seeds, or soy! Here are a few of the features of this no- nut butter:
- Produced in a nut-free facility
- Great for nut-free schools
- Soy free
- No high fructose corn syrup
- No hydrogenated oils
- No artificial colors or flavors
- Gluten free
- BPA free jar
All of the Sneaky Chef Products tasted really good and my family loved them even the No-Nut Butter. I used the No-Nut Butter in peanut butter cookies and they were eaten up as fast as ones with peanut butter.
The Sneaky Chef also has a number of cook books to help you find sneaky ways to add more healthy food to your families diet. If you want to purchase Sneaky Chef Products you can find them at many local stores including Woodmans and Piggly Wiggly or order them on line at NetGrocer.com. You can connect with Sneaky Chef on Facebook.
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