It’s not always easy to find tasty snacks to complement a raw food diet. That’s why we’ve decided to highlight five of our personal favorites to mix up your regular routine. These snacks are uncooked and unprocessed, for healthy and delicious nourishment in its most natural state. Whether you grab a handful as a mid-day pick-me-up or just before hitting the gym, these snacks are sure to power you through the day.
1) Acai Superfood Blueberry Cereal
Enjoy acai superfood blueberry cereal in the morning or munch on it as an in-between-meal snack for a powerful antioxidant boost. This fruity and crunchy raw food is loaded with blueberries, acai, and other power-packed superfruits like bilberry and elderberry. Sprouted buckwheat and coconut give it the nice crunch and texture of cereal. It isn’t called superfood for nothing!
2) Organic Raw Cacao Goji Energy Squares
Who needs energy drinks when there are organic raw cacao goji energy squares? These small, yet mighty, cubes of energy-boosting nutrition are made with real chunks of cacao. Bring some along before your next workout or enjoy them as a delicious raw snack.
3) Raw Nuts
With so many varieties of raw nuts, we couldn’t pick just one! We have nearly 100 different choices of nuts to fit your raw food diet needs. If, like us, you’re fond of many different nuts, our organic mixed nuts is a good place to start.
4) Wild Berry Sprouted Trail Mix
If you’re craving a tasty and fruity combination, look no further than our wild berry sprouted trail mix. This blend features a nutrient-rich mix of wild berries, sprouted pumpkin seeds, cashews, and more. The fruits satisfy your sweet tooth, while the nuts and seeds make this raw snack irresistible.
Regular potato chips don’t stand a chance against our vegan “cheese” kale chips. These gluten-free raw kale chips are perfectly seasoned and air dried for a delightful crunch. Plus, you’ll be happy to know you’re chowing down on a healthy raw snack, rich in fiber and antioxidants.
What’s your favorite raw snack to supercharge your day?