We’re in the final countdown to Halloween and the holiday season. There are going to be plenty of eats and treats everywhere we look. I’m totally into festive treats myself, but we all need a little balance. Now is a great time to discover some better-for-you options to keep stocked up on. This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com.
I’m happy to share some very clever products that are filled with more nutrients and will be awesome to have on hand for a good meal or a tasty snack.
BETTER FOR YOU FINDS FOR HALLOWEEN
You’ll be digging through leftover Halloween candy before you know it, let me introduce you to some hearty options to help keep the balance.
Need to whip up a quick meal with plenty of veggies? You won’t believe how yummy Cali’flour brand Low Carb Cauliflower Pizza. It’s made with only 4 ingredients and it’s only 180 in the ENTIRE crust. Sign me up! Add your own delish toppings for an easy meal that the family will love.
Need a break from the chaos of the holidays? Cozy up to a mug filled with fresh-brewed Red Diamond Medium Roast Classic Blend. They pride themselves in offering up the perfect cup of coffee made with handpicked, slow roasted beans and I have to admit, they are definitely doing it right. I mostly drink iced-coffee right now and this was a pleasant surprise in my daily brew. It has a rich and smooth flavor that I’m digging. Yum.
Visit reddiamond.com and use code coffee2018 for 20% off of your Red Diamond coffee purchase. (One time use, good through 12/31/18.) Find a local store here to keep stocked up on this 11 oz. bag of Red Diamond Classic Blend Ground Coffee for holiday guests, too.
Last but not least, Garden Lites Blueberry Oat Muffins & Superfood Veggie Cakes! If you’ve never tried their products before, you’re in for a treat. They are packed with things like fruits and veggies instead of more dense traditional ingredients. For example, their Blueberry Oat Muffins are made with zucchini as the first ingredient and only 110 calories! Their Superfood Veggie Cakes are made with veggies like kale and cauliflower.
How to you keep balanced through the holidays?