Bobbi’s Healthy Pantry Must-Haves
- Written By:Bobbi
All of this time spent at home means I’ve spent a lot of time cooking and trying out new foods. I’m always looking for new healthy snacks, a good gluten-free bread, and for products that make meal prep a little bit easier. Here are a few of the items that I’ve had on heavy rotation over the last two months...
A handful of these crunchy baked chickpeas make for the best afternoon snack. Made with just three ingredients — chickpeas, sunflower oil and sea salt — each serving has 6g of protein.
I’m a big fan of Lily’s when it comes to getting my chocolate fix. These vegan chocolate chips have no added sugar (they’re sweetened with Stevia) and are keto-friendly.
This is my go-to almond milk for smoothies! Just almonds and water, nothing extra, nothing sketchy.
I recently came across these low-carb crackers and now I’m hooked. They’re made with almond flour, cassava flour, flax and spices and are so good topped with a dollop of homemade hummus.
When I don’t feel like taking out the Vitamix, I reach for one of these green smoothies from Suja. This one is made with organic apples, bananas, mangoes, spinach, lemon, kale, spirulina, chlorella, and barely greens.
These gluten-free, grain-free taco shells are so good, you’ll want everyday to be Taco Tuesday.
I reach for Flackers when I’m looking for a snack that has a mix of fiber, protein, and healthy fats. I eat them with a hard boiled egg, salt, and pepper.
This is a game changer for making your own plant-based milk. You add this base to water and mix with a blender or Nutribullet. Every jar is 42 servings of milk and it tastes really good. Add it to your smoothies, coffee or just drink on its own!
Made by my friend Dr. Daryl Gioffre, this blend of minerals (calcium, potassium, magnesium and sodium bicarbonate) works to neutralize acids in the body and helps you unwind at the end of the day.
For the popcorn lovers, this one is made with spirulina, chlorella and kale. My favorite flavor is salsa verde!
This crunchy snack is made with sprouted mung beans, which are high in protein and nutrient dense. You can eat them on their own, add them to a salad, or use them to top your avocado toast.
A delicious gluten-free pasta made with buckwheat. Tastes like the real thing!
I’m always looking for a good gluten-free bread and this one checks all of the boxes. It’s made with sunflower, millet and flax giving you whole grains and omega-3s.