We're all about thinking natural and I have fallen in love with a healthy snack called Beanfields Bean and Rice Chips. The label reader that I am when I shop and when I want something that's not in the produce aisle and with a crunch, I look for chips. In a world of millions of smoothie recipes, we need to actually bite into something tasty. This is where Beanfields fills the void, your taste buds and your stomach..
What caught my eye on their label was 'vegan', 'corn-free', 'fiber and protein', 'gluten-free' and 'all-natural' (and NON-GMO!). Sounds like the perfect chip! When I get a hunger for chips, it's usually an excuse to eat it along with an organic salsa. As you can see from the 'Nutrition Facts' label, Beanfields is a no-guilt snack or side dish (for hamburgers or Mexican food dishes). With all the '100 Calorie' snacks on the market and loaded with sugar and chemicals, we all get hungry after one bag, a tiny bag at that. But not with Beanfields! A small bag is plenty and only 140 calories with the added benefit of 4 grams of fiber, 4 grams of protein and no sugar!
Let's get to the taste. Crispy, crunchy and tasty! I love chips made from beans and rice because they are actually crunchier than corn chips. Beans and rice give a much better texture. I would call it heartier and they're not greasy either. If you like to make your own homemade nachos and pile on the cheese then this chip works extremely well! Try it and you'll know what I mean!
I've recommended Beansfields to many of my friends and they all love them! The food world is changing rapidly making unhealthy foods a sin in the world, but Beansfield is ahead of the game with an amazing line of chips.
Beanfields has plenty of flavors to choose from: Sea Salt, Nacho, BBQ, Pico De Gallo, Salt N'Pepper, Ranch and Unsalted. My favorites are the Sea Salt and Nacho. Once you taste these amazing chips you'll be saying Doritos who? They are available in two sizes 1.5oz and 6oz bags and you can order then online! Click here
Beanfields is the best chip on the natural market and can be found in Whole Foods, Sprouts and many others.
Now, if I can convince them to make a chocolate chip cookie without guilt.....
Ward W. Bond, Ph.D.