November 19, 2013
Gluten Free Snack - Keenwah
you know you're supposed to eat it. they say it's a "superfood." but let's be honest: it doesn't taste like much when you cook it, and who has the time? ahhh...quinoa.
well, i heart keenwah has the answer. we make great tasting quinoa based snacks, ready to eat straight out of the bag! we take a complex superfood and make it simple.
our "quinoa clusters" are best described as a cross between a peanut brittle and a granola. slightly salty, slightly sweet, and altogether tasty. they come in 4 flavors: chocolate sea salt, cranberry cashew, almond, and ginger peanut. peanut butter cacao coming soon: it'll knock your socks off.
i heart keenwah is perfect for eating as an afternoon snack, quick breakfast, or even a guilt free dessert. and the little bite sized squares of goodness are great for eating on the go. say goodbye to granola pieces falling down your shirt and hello to keenwah.
i heart keenwah is sold in over 1000 stores throughout the U.S. and Canada, in chains such as Whole Foods (select geographies), HEB, Big Y, Roche Bros, Heinen's, Harmon's, Lunds and Byerly's, and New Seasons, as well as many specialty stores. also sold online at http://www.abesmarket.com/.
I absolutely love this snack, but I just wish it came in bigger bags! It's all natural and it's gluten-free, both which are great. My favorite is the chocolate sea salt. It reminds me of a chocolate covered pretzel or a chocolate honey snack. The squares are bite size and I could consume an entire bag in one sitting, but I tried to space it out and make them last. I was sad to see them go when they were finished.
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