Food Gifts from around the U.S.A.

December 2, 2011 at 1:05 PM | Posted in baking, Food, fruits | Leave a comment
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You’ll love this! This came in my delish.com food updates. A really great article. I’ve listed a few of States and their gifts. I’ll leave the link and you can view all 50 States.

Made in the U.S.A.: Food Gifts from the 50 States

Looking for the perfect holiday gifts to share? Spread some of the culinary cheer offered by cooks and food businesses from California to New York, Texas to Montana, and every state in between (plus Alaska and Hawaii). Whether you’re shopping for cookbooks, gift baskets, sweets, or sauces, chances are, one of the 50 states has something for you.

Alabama

Chocolate Chess Pie
A Southern specialty, chess pie is filled with a humble mixture of eggs, sugar, butter, and a small amount of flour, which was easy to throw together during lean times. At AlabamaGoods.com, no expense is spared and chess pie comes in this rich chocolate version. (alabamagoods.com, $25)

Alaska

Salmon Starter Pack
Make sure your loved ones get their Omega-3s the delicious way by sending them wild Alaska salmon. (DenaliSeafood.com, $66 for a sample of coho, king, and sockeye salmons)

Colorado

Fox Fire Farms Rack of Lamb
In the shadow of the Rocky Mountain Range, the Parry family has been ranching and farming since 1913. Their lambs roam free and feed only off the grass pasture where they live. The result is a natural, tender product of extremely high quality. (foxfirefarms.com, $16.25 to $67.75 $16.25 to $67.75 at local Whole Foods)

Hawaii

Lightly Salted Macadamia Nuts
Give the gift of Hawaii’s most popular export with a bag of these lightly salted island gems or try a gift set of flavored macadamias. And in homage to the Hawaiian predilection for canned processed ham, Hamakua Plantations also offers a SPAM-flavored version. Delish? Yay or nay – you decide. (hawnnut.com, $8.50 for a 12-ounce pouch)

Idaho

Wildbeary Huckleberry Jam
North Idaho is home to an abundance of wild huckleberries, which thrive in the mountain soil of the Rockies. A close relative of the blueberry, huckleberries are incorporated into everything from jams and drink mixes to pancakes and popcorn at Wildbeary Huckleberry Products. (gbrfoods.com, from $4.25)

Maine

Live Lobsters
Treat someone to a fancy night in with a luxurious dinner that completes the scene. Live Maine lobsters are just the ticket. The Maine Lobster Council offers links to almost 50 suppliers capable of shipping the crustacean of your dreams to a lucky friend or loved one near you. (lobsterfrommaine.com, prices vary)

Ohio

Buckeye Candy
If Ohio had a state candy, it would be buckeyes – a treat with a creamy peanut butter center and a milk chocolate shell made to look like real buckeye nuts. (mariescandies.stores.yahoo.net, $18.50 for 1 pound)

 

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Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

July 26, 2011 at 10:03 AM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, snacks | Leave a comment
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Another interesting article from  http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com This one on everyone’s favorite Snacks! I’ll be showing one of the top rated ones each day.So if your going to snack make it one of these. Hope you find it interesting.

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

by Marsha McCulloch, R.D., L.D., and Laura Marzen, R.D., L.D.
Stomach grumbling or blood glucose a bit low? Reach for one of our top 25 consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved snacks. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks, and a panel of taste-testers (including people with diabetes) ranked the treats. From chips and dip to cookies and popcorn, see which snacks were awarded the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

How These Snacks Made the List

Selecting smart between-meal munchies is simple if you’re satisfied with a basic banana or apple. But sometimes our taste buds scream for something a little more fun and flavorful.

How we chose the best snacks:
1. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks in 25 different categories.
2. In a rigorous taste test, an average of 50 people, including people with diabetes, sampled each snack (with the brand concealed), picking the best among three choices in each category.
3. Based on their ratings, we’ve awarded the top 25 snacks the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

Read on to see all the winners and honorable mentions. At the end, get a FREE two-page guide featuring the winners that you can print at home!

Best Tortilla Chips

Winner: Plocky’s Original Three Grain Tortilla Chips (plockys.com)

Why it won: These crisp and hearty tortilla chips are perfect alone, paired with your favorite salsa, or dipped in guacamole. Plus, they’re made of 84 percent whole grains from non-genetically-modified corn, wheat, and brown rice.

Taste-tester’s quote: “This chip has a hint of sweetness that makes it unique.”

Nutrition facts per 1 ounce (about 7-10 chips):

* 129 cal.
* 24 g carb.
* 4 g total fat (0 g sat. fat)
* 2 g pro.
* 90 mg sodium
* 2 g fiber

Honorable mention:

* Tostitos Natural Yellow Corn Chips
* Garden of Eatin’ Blue Chips

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/top-diabetic-snacks/?page=1

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

July 24, 2011 at 2:10 PM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, snacks | Leave a comment
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Another interesting article from  http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com This one on everyone’s favorite Snacks! I’ll be showing one of the top rated ones each day.So if your going to snack make it one of these. Hope you find it interesting.

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

by Marsha McCulloch, R.D., L.D., and Laura Marzen, R.D., L.D.
Stomach grumbling or blood glucose a bit low? Reach for one of our top 25 consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved snacks. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks, and a panel of taste-testers (including people with diabetes) ranked the treats. From chips and dip to cookies and popcorn, see which snacks were awarded the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

How These Snacks Made the List

Selecting smart between-meal munchies is simple if you’re satisfied with a basic banana or apple. But sometimes our taste buds scream for something a little more fun and flavorful.

How we chose the best snacks:
1. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks in 25 different categories.
2. In a rigorous taste test, an average of 50 people, including people with diabetes, sampled each snack (with the brand concealed), picking the best among three choices in each category.
3. Based on their ratings, we’ve awarded the top 25 snacks the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

Read on to see all the winners and honorable mentions. At the end, get a FREE two-page guide featuring the winners that you can print at home!

Best Savory Dip

Winner: Garden Fresh Gourmet Mild Guacamole (gardenfreshsalsa.com)

Why it won: This creamy, flavorful guacamole is made with six simple ingredients, including avocadoes rich in heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. Plus, a serving provides 10 percent of your daily fiber needs.

Taste-tester’s quote: “Great flavor. Tastes freshly made.”

Nutrition facts per 2 tablespoons:

* 45 cal.
* 3 g carb.
* 4 g total fat (1 g sat. fat)
* <1 g pro.
* 105 mg sodium
* 2 g fiber

Honorable mention:

* Wild Garden Hummus Dip, Sweet 2 Pepper
* Tribe Organic Hummus, Sweet Roasted Red Peppers Flavor

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/top-diabetic-snacks/?page=1

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

July 23, 2011 at 12:48 PM | Posted in dessert, diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, snacks | Leave a comment
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Another interesting article from  http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com This one on everyone’s favorite Snacks! I’ll be showing one of the top rated ones each day.So if your going to snack make it one of these. Hope you find it interesting.

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

by Marsha McCulloch, R.D., L.D., and Laura Marzen, R.D., L.D.
Stomach grumbling or blood glucose a bit low? Reach for one of our top 25 consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved snacks. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks, and a panel of taste-testers (including people with diabetes) ranked the treats. From chips and dip to cookies and popcorn, see which snacks were awarded the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

How These Snacks Made the List

Selecting smart between-meal munchies is simple if you’re satisfied with a basic banana or apple. But sometimes our taste buds scream for something a little more fun and flavorful.

How we chose the best snacks:
1. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks in 25 different categories.
2. In a rigorous taste test, an average of 50 people, including people with diabetes, sampled each snack (with the brand concealed), picking the best among three choices in each category.
3. Based on their ratings, we’ve awarded the top 25 snacks the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

Read on to see all the winners and honorable mentions. At the end, get a FREE two-page guide featuring the winners that you can print at home!

Best Pudding Snack Pack

Winner: Jell-O Sugar-Free Pudding Snacks, Chocolate Vanilla Swirl (jello.com)

Why it won: Can’t decide between chocolate and vanilla? These creamy, refrigerated pudding snacks will satisfy both cravings with just 60 calories. Plus, each serving provides 10 percent of your daily calcium needs.

Taste-tester’s quote: “I love the wonderful flavor and texture.”

Nutrition facts per 3.75-ounce carton:

* 60 cal.
* 12 g carb.
* 1.5 g total fat (1 g sat. fat)
* 2 g pro.
* 180 mg sodium
* <1 g fiber

Honorable mention:

* Hunt’s Sugar-Free Chocolate Pudding
* Jell-O Sugar-Free Cinnamon Roll Pudding

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/top-diabetic-snacks/?page=1

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

July 22, 2011 at 9:52 AM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, nuts, snacks | Leave a comment
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Another interesting article from  http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com This one on everyone’s favorite Snacks! I’ll be showing one of the top rated ones each day.So if your going to snack make it one of these. Hope you find it interesting.

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

by Marsha McCulloch, R.D., L.D., and Laura Marzen, R.D., L.D.
Stomach grumbling or blood glucose a bit low? Reach for one of our top 25 consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved snacks. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks, and a panel of taste-testers (including people with diabetes) ranked the treats. From chips and dip to cookies and popcorn, see which snacks were awarded the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

How These Snacks Made the List

Selecting smart between-meal munchies is simple if you’re satisfied with a basic banana or apple. But sometimes our taste buds scream for something a little more fun and flavorful.

How we chose the best snacks:
1. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks in 25 different categories.
2. In a rigorous taste test, an average of 50 people, including people with diabetes, sampled each snack (with the brand concealed), picking the best among three choices in each category.
3. Based on their ratings, we’ve awarded the top 25 snacks the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

Read on to see all the winners and honorable mentions. At the end, get a FREE two-page guide featuring the winners that you can print at home!

Best Savory Nuts

Winner: Planters Harvest California Almonds (planters.com)

Why it won: Go the extra mile with the staying power you’ll get from a handful of these flavorful nutrition powerhouses roasted in sea salt (without added oil). Plus, you’ll get 35 percent of your daily vitamin E and 12 percent of your daily fiber needs with just one serving.

Taste-tester’s quote: “Awesome!”

Nutrition facts per 1 ounce (about 25 nuts):

* 160 cal.
* 6 g carb.
* 14 g total fat (1 g sat. fat)
* 6 g pro.
* 95 mg sodium
* 3 g fiber

Honorable mention:

* Good Sense Soynuts, Bar-B-Q Flavored
* Good Sense Soynuts, Hot ‘N Spicy

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/top-diabetic-snacks/?page=1

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

July 21, 2011 at 10:37 AM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, snacks | Leave a comment
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Another interesting article from  http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com This one on everyone’s favorite Snacks! I’ll be showing one of the top rated ones each day.So if your going to snack make it one of these. Hope you find it interesting.

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

by Marsha McCulloch, R.D., L.D., and Laura Marzen, R.D., L.D.
Stomach grumbling or blood glucose a bit low? Reach for one of our top 25 consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved snacks. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks, and a panel of taste-testers (including people with diabetes) ranked the treats. From chips and dip to cookies and popcorn, see which snacks were awarded the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

How These Snacks Made the List

Selecting smart between-meal munchies is simple if you’re satisfied with a basic banana or apple. But sometimes our taste buds scream for something a little more fun and flavorful.

How we chose the best snacks:
1. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks in 25 different categories.
2. In a rigorous taste test, an average of 50 people, including people with diabetes, sampled each snack (with the brand concealed), picking the best among three choices in each category.
3. Based on their ratings, we’ve awarded the top 25 snacks the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

Read on to see all the winners and honorable mentions. At the end, get a FREE two-page guide featuring the winners that you can print at home!

Best Puffed Crisps

Winner: Genisoy Soy Crisps, Rich Cheddar Cheese (genisoy.com)

Why it won: These cheesy crisps have a really satisfying crunch, making a tasty snack or a perfect partner for your favorite grab-and-go lunch. Plus, with 14 percent of your daily protein needs per serving, these crisps are anything but wimpy.

Taste-tester’s quote: “I love the cheese flavor and the large portion size.”

Nutrition facts per 17 crisps:

* 120 cal.
* 13 g carb.
* 4.5 g total fat (1 g sat. fat)
* 7 g pro.
* 190 mg sodium
* 2 g fiber

Honorable mention:

* Quaker Rice Cakes, Chocolate Crunch
* Extend Crisps, Cinnamon

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/top-diabetic-snacks/?page=1

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

July 20, 2011 at 10:30 AM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, snacks | Leave a comment
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Another interesting article from  http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com This one on everyone’s favorite Snacks! I’ll be showing one of the top rated ones each day.So if your going to snack make it one of these. Hope you find it interesting.

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

by Marsha McCulloch, R.D., L.D., and Laura Marzen, R.D., L.D.
Stomach grumbling or blood glucose a bit low? Reach for one of our top 25 consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved snacks. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks, and a panel of taste-testers (including people with diabetes) ranked the treats. From chips and dip to cookies and popcorn, see which snacks were awarded the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

How These Snacks Made the List

Selecting smart between-meal munchies is simple if you’re satisfied with a basic banana or apple. But sometimes our taste buds scream for something a little more fun and flavorful.

How we chose the best snacks:
1. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks in 25 different categories.
2. In a rigorous taste test, an average of 50 people, including people with diabetes, sampled each snack (with the brand concealed), picking the best among three choices in each category.
3. Based on their ratings, we’ve awarded the top 25 snacks the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

Read on to see all the winners and honorable mentions. At the end, get a FREE two-page guide featuring the winners that you can print at home!

Best Sweet Nuts

Winner: True North Peanut Clusters (truenorthsnacks.com)

Why it won: Get ready to satisfy your salty-sweet craving when you take a bite of these crunchy peanut clusters. Who knew “good for you” could taste so good? Plus, one serving meets 10 percent of your daily recommended intake of magnesium, a mineral that helps keep your heartbeat steady.

Taste-tester’s quote: “These are sweet, salty, and crunchy — great!”

Nutrition facts per 5 clusters:

* 170 cal.
* 9 g carb.
* 13 g total fat (2.5 g sat. fat)
* 6 g pro.
* 75 mg sodium
* 2 g fiber

Honorable mention:

* Blue Diamond Natural Oven Roasted Almonds, Cinnamon Brown Sugar
* Emerald Cocoa Roast Almonds, Dark Chocolate Flavor

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/top-diabetic-snacks/?page=1

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

July 19, 2011 at 9:57 AM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, snacks | Leave a comment
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Another interesting article from  http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com This one on everyone’s favorite Snacks! I’ll be showing one of the top rated ones each day.So if your going to snack make it one of these. Hope you find it interesting.

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

by Marsha McCulloch, R.D., L.D., and Laura Marzen, R.D., L.D.
Stomach grumbling or blood glucose a bit low? Reach for one of our top 25 consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved snacks. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks, and a panel of taste-testers (including people with diabetes) ranked the treats. From chips and dip to cookies and popcorn, see which snacks were awarded the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

How These Snacks Made the List

Selecting smart between-meal munchies is simple if you’re satisfied with a basic banana or apple. But sometimes our taste buds scream for something a little more fun and flavorful.

How we chose the best snacks:
1. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks in 25 different categories.
2. In a rigorous taste test, an average of 50 people, including people with diabetes, sampled each snack (with the brand concealed), picking the best among three choices in each category.
3. Based on their ratings, we’ve awarded the top 25 snacks the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

Read on to see all the winners and honorable mentions. At the end, get a FREE two-page guide featuring the winners that you can print at home!

Best Potato Chips

Winner: Kettle Baked Potato Chips, Hickory Honey Barbeque (kettlefoods.com)

Why it won: Bold crunch and natural hickory smoke flavor fill each bite of these low-fat, gluten-free potato chips. Plus, each serving provides 15 percent of your daily vitamin C needs and is a good source of heart-healthy potassium.

Taste-tester’s quote: “Good crunch; great flavor. And I normally don’t care for barbecue chips!”

Nutrition facts per 1 ounce (about 20 chips):

* 120 cal.
* 21 g carb.
* 3 g total fat (0.5 g sat. fat)
* 3 g pro.
* 160 mg sodium
* 2 g fiber

Honorable mention:

* Corazonas Italiano 4 Cheese
* Kettle Baked Potato Chips, Lightly Salted

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/top-diabetic-snacks/?page=1

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

July 18, 2011 at 10:27 AM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, snacks | Leave a comment
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Another interesting article from  http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com This one on everyone’s favorite Snacks! I’ll be showing one of the top rated ones each day.So if your going to snack make it one of these. Hope you find it interesting.

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

by Marsha McCulloch, R.D., L.D., and Laura Marzen, R.D., L.D.
Stomach grumbling or blood glucose a bit low? Reach for one of our top 25 consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved snacks. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks, and a panel of taste-testers (including people with diabetes) ranked the treats. From chips and dip to cookies and popcorn, see which snacks were awarded the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

How These Snacks Made the List

Selecting smart between-meal munchies is simple if you’re satisfied with a basic banana or apple. But sometimes our taste buds scream for something a little more fun and flavorful.

How we chose the best snacks:
1. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks in 25 different categories.
2. In a rigorous taste test, an average of 50 people, including people with diabetes, sampled each snack (with the brand concealed), picking the best among three choices in each category.
3. Based on their ratings, we’ve awarded the top 25 snacks the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

Read on to see all the winners and honorable mentions. At the end, get a FREE two-page guide featuring the winners that you can print at home!

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/top-diabetic-snacks/?page=1

Best Plain Yogurt

Winner: The Greek Gods Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt (greekgodsyogurt.com)

Why it won: Don’t brush off plain yogurt until you’ve tried this thick and creamy Greek-style version. Pair it with a serving of fresh fruit for a truly satisfying snack. Plus, a carton provides one-fourth of your daily calcium needs.

Taste-tester’s quote: “This has good flavor and even has a hint of sweetness.”

Nutrition facts per 6-ounce carton:

* 60 cal.
* 10 g carb.
* 0 g fat
* 6 g pro.
* 105 mg sodium
* 2 g fiber

Honorable mention:

* Stonyfield Farm Organic Lowfat Yogurt, Plain
* Fage Total 0% Greek Strained Yogurt

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/top-diabetic-snacks/?page=1

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

July 17, 2011 at 12:11 PM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, snacks | Leave a comment
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Another interesting article from  http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com This one on everyone’s favorite Snacks! I’ll be showing one of the top rated ones each day.So if your going to snack make it one of these. Hope you find it interesting.

Top 25 Diabetic Snacks

by Marsha McCulloch, R.D., L.D., and Laura Marzen, R.D., L.D.
Stomach grumbling or blood glucose a bit low? Reach for one of our top 25 consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved snacks. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks, and a panel of taste-testers (including people with diabetes) ranked the treats. From chips and dip to cookies and popcorn, see which snacks were awarded the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

How These Snacks Made the List

Selecting smart between-meal munchies is simple if you’re satisfied with a basic banana or apple. But sometimes our taste buds scream for something a little more fun and flavorful.

How we chose the best snacks:
1. Diabetic Living’s dietitians scoured the supermarkets to find the most nutritious packaged snacks in 25 different categories.
2. In a rigorous taste test, an average of 50 people, including people with diabetes, sampled each snack (with the brand concealed), picking the best among three choices in each category.
3. Based on their ratings, we’ve awarded the top 25 snacks the Diabetic Living What to Eat Seal of Approval.

Read on to see all the winners and honorable mentions. At the end, get a FREE two-page guide featuring the winners that you can print at home!

Best Plain Crackers

Winner: Kashi TLC Original 7 Grain Crackers (kashi.com)

Why it won: One bite and you’ll know why TLC stands for Tasty Little Crackers. The seven whole grains, sesame seeds, and honey in these bite-size crackers fill your mouth with hearty crunch and a bit of sweetness. Plus, a serving supplies 8 grams of whole grains (that’s half of a whole grain serving).

Taste-tester’s quote: “They’re thick, so I could eat fewer to get full.”

Nutrition facts per 15 crackers

* 130 cal.
* 22 g carb.
* 3 g total fat (0 g sat. fat)
* 3 g pro.
* 160 mg sodium
* 2 g fiber

Honorable mention:

* Wheat Thins Multigrain Crackers
* Triscuit Thin Crisps Baked Whole Grain Wheat Crackers, Original

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/top-diabetic-snacks/?page=1

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