Category Archives: WW: 5

Trader Joe’s Dark Chocolate Crisps

Marisa from Trim the Fat always features these as a part of her snacks and now she even has them as a part of her Blogoversary giveaway. I was not the lucky winner, but that did not stop me from trying them out.  From the box, you can already tell that these are chocolate crisps similar to the shape of Pringles. I was expecting chocolate crisps the size of Pringles so I was slightly disappointed that they are a mini version — about 1/2 the size of a regular Pringle chip. The taste reminds me like Nestle Crunch bars, except much thinner. There are “crisps” in it just like in Nestle Crunch. Of course, I am assuming that the closer version will be the Milk Chocolate variety of these chocolate crisps. Half a serving of 6 pieces is a nice little treat already and only 110 calories worth in chocolate. Small portioned chocolate makes me happy. Thin chocolate is surprisingly very enjoyable.

Perfectly segregated into 3 sections with 12 piece in each little cabby. I have trouble remembering which side faces up and chocolate ends up on the floor. I may or may not have practiced the 5 second rule. Only 3 serving per box so these go pretty fast if you are not the only one eating these. My box was attacked by a hungry beast and did not stand a chance.

No artificial color or flavors and no preservatives.

On the box:
We’ve got a delectable sweet treat. Our dark Chocolate Crisps are wisp of rich, Belgian chocolate, curved for visual interest, and infused with crunchy bits to add some texture. These Crisps are definitely in!

One serving is of 12 pieces (42g) is 220 calories, 5 WW, 13 grams of fat, no cholesterol, no sodium, 22 grams of carbohydrates, 3 grams of fiber, 17 grams of sugar, 3 grams of protein.

Ingredients: Dark Chocolate (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, soy lecitin, natural vanilla flavor) Puffed Rice (rice flour, sugar, barley malt extract, salt, calcium carbonate, rapeseed oil, soy lecithin) Cocoa Solids 57% minimum.

Retails: $2.49 per 4.4 oz @ Trader Joe’s
My Cost: $2.49
Calories: 210 per serving (12 pieces)
WW: 5



Filed under Candy, Chocolate, Trader Joe's, WW: 5

Endangered Species Extreme Dark Chocolate 88%

Picture 240This has got to be the darkest dark chocolate I have ever tired to date. A whopping 88% cocoa dark. Barely even sweet which I am not really use to for chocolate. Silky smooth, with an intense dark chocolate richness, but has a slight bitter aftertaste. Satisfied my chocolate craving, but not my sugar craving. Don’t really need 1/2 a bar to be satisfied. I was content with 1 to 2 square and each square is about 30-ish calories.  The whole bar consists of 15 squares that you can break apart and enjoy.  The more I ate it, the more I enjoy it. I thought dark chocolate is suppose to be good for you, but I was surprised that there are 12 grams of saturated fat per serving. Planning to melt this and make some pseudo Edible Arrangements with this since I think the sweetness from the fruit will pair nicely with this extreme 88% cocoa.

From the site:

Extreme Dark Chocolate (88% Cocoa Content)
This 3oz. dark chocolate bar is made with all-natural, shade-grown, ethically traded, single-origin extreme dark chocolate. At 88% cocoa content, it is one of the highest cocoa content chocolate bars available with a smooth, not overly bitter flavor. The black panther image and information is printed on recycled 30% post-consumer FSC certified paper. The chocolate is ethically or fairly traded guaranteeing the workers fair wages and humane working conditions. This product is also certified Kosher by Orthodox Union, vegan by Vegan Action and gluten-free by Gluten-Free Certification Organization. Inside specially marked HOPE wrappers, look for a code to earn HOPE points at where you can win coupons, gift cards and charitable donations.

Dark Chocolate with a high cocoa content (70% or higher), like our Extreme Dark Chocolate bar, has been found to have many health benefits. The more pure and natural the dark chocolate, the better.

On the Endangered Species Chocolate website, there is a current promotion going on for the Organic Bliss 1.4 oz bars. Only 0.49 cents each. Great way to sample all 4 flavors to find the one you like the best. Flavors include: Organic Dark Chocolate with Blueberries, Smooth Organic Dark Chocolate, Organic Dark Chocolate with Cherries, and Organic Milk Chocolate with Peanut Butter.

Get your chocolate fix while helping out the Endangered Species too! 10% of net profits donated to help support species, habitat and humanity. Good cause.

One serving of 1/2 bar (42 g) is 210 calories, 5 WW, 20 grams of fat of which 12 grams are saturated, no cholesterol, no sodium, 17 grams of carbohydrates, 6 grams of fiber, 5 grams of sugar, and 4 grams of protein.

Ingredients: Dark Chocolate, [Chocolate Liquor, Unbleached Water Filtered Beet Sugar, Soy Lecithin, and Vanilla]


How dark do you like your dark chocolate?

Personally, I think I am more of a 72% to 78% cocoa content person.

Retails: $2.69 per 3 oz bar @ Whole Foods
My Cost: Free (won Leftovers for Lunch giveaway)
Calories: 210 per 1/2 bar
WW: 5

P.S: Check out these awesome giveaways:
MixMyGranola, Food Should Taste Good, Twilight, Popcorn & Progresso


Filed under Chocolate, Whole Foods, WW: 5

Lifeway Kefir Probiotic Kefir Bars

Picture 331Little bugs are quickly taking over the world, and by little bugs, I mean probiotic bacteria that has been sprouting up all over the grocery market. Probiotics are naturally found in food items such as yogurt and kefir, but now companies are adding it wherever possible. The latest probiotic craze comes in the form of bars. Lifeway Kefir presents their newest Wellness bars in 3 flavors: Chocolate Crisp, Sweet n’ Salty Peanut, and Pomegranate. These bars are found in the refrigerated aisle (right next to their kefir) which ensures the live and active cultures are alive and well before it hits your tummy.

From the site:

Kefir is the cousin of yogurt and it’s roots can trace back more than 2000 years. Originating in the Caucasus Mountains of Europe where people live well past 100 years, the word Kefir is thought to have been derived from the Turkish word “Keif” for “good feeling”, probably due to the sense of well-being experienced after drinking it.

Now Lifeway Foods, America’s leader in Kefir, has taken the probiotic power found in traditional Kefir, and transformed it into a nutritious, convenient, on the go, snack bar. Lifeway’s Kefir Wellness Bar contains the essential daily probiotics your body needs, and the great taste you deserve.

The bars range from 190 to 240 calories each and are a good 50 gram size. Each bar has a white frosting type layer covering each bar. The snowy white reminds me of snow and Christmas. I think it is the kefir layer which contains all 10 of the live and active cultures. See what it looks like inside here.

Chocolate Crisp: Like the name suggests, it has rice crisps in them . Firm, yet chewy texture with the rice crisps. Visually the biggest bar of the 3. Maybe the crisps “bulks” it up a bit. Not as chocolaty as I would like, but I like the crisps in it. Reminds me of Jamfrakas. No chocolate chunks in there, the chocolate flavor is blended in.  Good balance of chocolate flavor, crunch and chew. This combination works and it taste good. Could be higher in the fiber department, but fairs a decent 11 grams of protein.

Sweet n’ Salty Peanut:  Real peanut butter flavor with bits of peanuts nuts inside. I like it and if you like peanut butter flavored things, you will like it too. Sweet and salty for sure. I like the crunch. Very good.  Highest in calories, but definitely the most delicious. My favorite flavor of the three.

Pomegranate: Softest texture of the bars. Like puree inside with bits of walnuts that seem out of place. Flattest of the 3 bars. Don’t really dig this flavor because I think I’ve been spoiled by the taste of POM Wonderful as far as pomegranate flavored things goes. It doesn’t really taste like pure pomegranate flavor to me. Lowest in the sodium content (70 mg), but highest in the sugar department (24g).

I like how the three varieties are drastically different in terms of taste, and texture so there is something for everyone. The Wellness bars contain all the 10 live and active cultures you find in the drinkable Lifeway Kefir so it makes it simple to get your daily dose of healthy bacteria. Great to pack along with your lunch. The bars taste like regular bars and does not even taste “kefir-ish” if that makes any sense. I suggest you try all 3 before you decide if you like these bars are not because the differ drastically in terms of taste and texture. What I did not like about these bars is the 3 – 4 grams of saturated fat per bar.

Chocolate Crisp: Serving Size: One (50g per serving) Amount Per Serving: Calories 200, Fat Cal 50, Total Fat 6g (9% DV), Sat Fat 3.5g (18% DV), Trans Fat 0g (0%), Cholest 0mg (0% DV), Sodium 190mg (8%), Total Carb 27g (9% DV), Fiber 1g (4%), Sugars 15g, Sugar Alcohol 0g, Protein 11g (22% DV), Vitamin A (0% DV), Vitamin C (0% DV), Calcium (4% DV), Iron (15% DV), *Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Sweet n’ Salty Peanut: Serving Size: One (50g per serving)  Amount Per Serving: Calories 240, Fat Cal 120, Total Fat 13g (20% DV), Sat Fat 4g (20% DV), Trans Fat 0g (0%), Cholest 0mg (0% DV), Sodium 200mg (8%), Total Carb 25g (8% DV), Fiber 3g (12%), Sugars 12g, Protein 7g, Vitamin A (0% DV), Vitamin C (0% DV), Calcium (2% DV), Iron (6% DV), *Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Pomegranate: Serving Size: One (50g per serving)  Amount Per Serving: Calories 190, Fat Cal 45, Total Fat 5g (8% DV), Sat Fat 3g (15% DV), Trans Fat 0g (0%), Cholest 0mg (0% DV), Sodium 70mg (3%), Total Carb 32g (11% DV), Fiber 4g (16%), Sugars 24g, Protein 5g, Vitamin A (0% DV), Vitamin C (0% DV), Calcium (2% DV), Iron (8% DV), *Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Retails: $2.00 each @ Lifeway Foods Online Store
My Cost: Free (from Lifeway Kefir Representative)
Calories: 190 to 240 each
WW: 3-5

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Blogversary, Movie Tickets, Progresso, Stevia, Oikos & CSN Credit

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Filed under Bars, Probiotic, Snacks, Whole Foods, WW: 3, WW: 4, WW: 5

Kim & Scott’s Pizza Pretzel

pizzaWhen prepared in the oven, you get a slightly crispy, carbolicious, pizza pretzel minus all the guilt. Not gigantic Aunt Auntie size mall pretzels, but they are just as delicious, if not better. No greasy, glutinous after-feeling. The pizza filling is just enough to get the “pizza” feeling, but not oozing out like the picture depicts. Not enough cheese in my opinion. Seasonings include oregano and garlic which I liked. I felt that if there was a side of marinara sauce for dipping, it would even better. Tames my Aunt Auntie  AND a pizza craving all at the same time. Makes a quick and easy meal served with a side of salad. Kim & Scott’s also boosts these as on-the-go meal and I’d have to agree with them. All the ingredients are encased in the pretzel which makes it portable. The filling is not oozing out so not very messy to eat either. Made with wheat flour, no trans fats, and are twisted and hand made from scratch with no preservatives. You can also prepare this in the microwave too if a conventional oven is not available to you. Delicious and not teeny tiny for your 280 calories and 5 WW.

Stuffed with freshly shredded mozzarella cheese & homemade pizza sauce. Topped off with cheese & Italian spices.

Other delicious and drool worthy varieties include:

Grill Cheese, Spinach Feta, Sourdough Pramasan, Traditional Bavarian, Cheddar Jalapeno, Chocolate Crumb, Apple Cinnamon, Egg & Cheese, Cinnamon Roll, and Cream Cheese.

Kim & Scott’s offers so many drool-worth varieties. Can’t wait to try their more dessert-like pretzels next time.

Imagine a unique twist to your grab-and-go meal! We offer an assortment of amazing, ready-to-heat pretzels, using ALL-NATURAL and PREMIUM ingredients, like freshly shredded cheeses, hearty spices, unbleached flour and whole grains. We combine a traditional European recipe with our own special twist, creating a truly handmade soft pretzel that is great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!

• All-Natural     • Source of Whole Grains     • No Trans Fats
• Premium Ingredients     • Twisted by Hand & Made from Scratch     • No Hydrogenated Oils
• Microwavable     • Made in a Nut-Free Facility     • No Preservatives

Nutritional Facts: Serving Size (oz): 4, Calories (kcal): 280, Calories from Fat: 35, Total Fat (g): 4, Saturated Fat (g): 1.5, Cholesterol (mg): 10, Protein (g): 11, Carbohydrate (g): 48, Sugars (g): 5, Dietary Fiber (g): 5, Sodium (mg): 410, Calcium (%): 15%, Iron (%): 25%, Vitamin A (%): 2%, Vitamin C(%): 2%

Our Ingredients: High Protein Unbleached and Unbromated Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Niacin, Iron, Thiamin Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Pizza Sauce (California Tomato Puree, Tomatoes, Canola Oil, Salt, Imported Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Imported Pecorino Romano Cheese, Spices, Garlic), Filtered Water, Cheese (Part-Skim Milk, Cheese Culture, Milk Protein, Salt, Natural Enzymes), Whole Wheat Flour, Part-Skim Mozzarella Cheese (Skimmed Milk, Cheese Culture, Salt, Natural Enzymes), Corn Starch, Canola Oil, Brick Cheese (Milk, Cheese Culture, Salt, Natural Enzymes), Invert Beet and/or Cane Sugar, Yeast, Salt, Paroma Cheese (Milk, Cheese Culture, Salt, Natural Enzymes), Spices, Natural Flavors, Soda. Contains: Wheat, Milk


Ten winners total. Five to receive a Free Retail Box Coupon and five to receive a coupon for $1.00 off. Please leave a separate comment for each entry.  Eight easy ways to enter. Contest ends 11/1/2009 11:59 PM PST. Good luck!

1) Join Our Pretzel Club. Click here. (Mandatory)

2) Follow Kim & Scotts on Twitter @kimandscotts

3) Follow Kim on Twitter @PretzelMom

4) Follow Scott on Twitter @PretzelDad

5) Tweet about the the giveaway

6) Join Our Facebook Fan Pages and Groups Cause/Group: Pretzels for Peace or
Fan Page: Kim & Scott’s Gourmet Pretzels

7) Follow our Pretzel Blog and leave a comment. Click here.

8) Link back on your blog or e-mail 5 friends about the giveaway.

Retails: $6.69 per box of 4 @ Whole Foods
My Cost: Free (w/ coupon)
Calories: 280 each
WW: 5

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Nimli Pashmina, Graffiti Zoo, Mother’s Cookies, Granola+, Nature Valley, Cookbook, Move-In &
Progresso Broth


Filed under Giveaway, Pretzel, Whole Foods, WW: 5

Justin’s Nut Butter

JustinsWhat do you think of when you want single portioned nut butters? I think of Justin’s  Nut butters that usually grace the bottom shelves of the Whole Foods nut butter/jam wall. The peanut butter are $0.69 a packet and the almond butter are $0.99 a packet. It is very easy to over eat with nut butters so I really like these pre-portioned packets. I eat more peanut butter and almond butter now because I can take them with me every where I go since these require no refrigeration. Simply just knead the packet before opening and squeeze the goodness out. Justin’s Nut butters offers 3 types of peanut butter and 3 types of almond butter for your choosing: Classic Peanut Butter, Honey Peanut Butter, Cinnamon Peanut butter, Classic Almond Butter, Honey Almond Butter, and Maple Almond Butter. Justin’s just launched their CHOCOLATE line: Chocolate Peanut butter, chocolate almond butter and chocolate hazel nut butter. So exciting. I wonder if the chocolate hazelnut butter will taste like Nutella?

Classic Peanut Butter: Smooth and easy to spread. No salt added so it is a on the bland side.

Honey Peanut Butter: The peanut butter is technically smooth, but at times, it felt a little nitty gritty. Must be from the honey powder and sea salt added to it. Since the salt and honey powder are added in crystal form, some bites of peanut butter is salt and some bites are had strong honey flavor. You really don’t know what sensation your taste buds will get until you taste it. I like the surprise. The combination of sea salt and honey powder makes this pb very savory, but not overly sweet. BTW, I was eating this plain with a spoon.

Cinnamon Peanut Butter: Your classic peanut butter with a hint of cinnamon. Very good on apples.

Classic Almond Butter: Delicious, but not as smooth as barney butter. Has a little gritty texture. Again, no salt so a little bland.

Honey Almond Butter: Delicious like the peanut butter version. Good almond butter taste. Had this on top of a homemade bran muffin. I don’t add any sugar to my muffins to this Honey AB complemented my muffin perfectly.

Maple Almond Butter: Tasted wonderful. The maple flavor is slight, but there. Almond butter is good, but almond butter with flavor is even better.

Honestly, I only use half of a packet eat time I use these Justin Nut butter squeeze packets. Luckily, Justin’s do carry smaller 100 calories versions. I pack my lunches with these easily portable packets. No mess, easy to squeeze, but if you want every single drop of it out of the squeeze pack, then it can get messy.

Nutritional Facts:
Almond Butters: One packet is 190-200 calories, 5 WW, 16-18 grams of fat (1.5 – 2 grams saturated), no cholesterol, zero to 65 milligram of sodium, 3 grams of fiber, 1-4 grams of sugar, and 6-7 grams of protein.

Peanut Butters: One packet is 180-190 calories, 5 WW, 15-17 grams of fat (2-3 grams saturated), no cholesterol, zero to 65 milligram of sodium, 2-3 grams of fiber, 1-2 grams of sugar, and 7 grams of protein.

Retails: $0.69/packet for PB & $0.99/packet for AB @ Whole Foods
My Cost: Free (Won in Giveaway)
Calories: 190 to 200 per 2 tbsp
WW: 5


Marisela over at Nutridel contacted me and told me that their newly revamped site is up and ready. I updated the links in my original post so feel free to browse their fully functional site for more information one their Nutridel cookies that are only about 60 calories each.

Our fellow blogger Kristina over at Nikes and Ponytails is running for a good cause. With a small donation of at least $1.00, you will be entered into her massive giveaway. Check it out here and here and please help spread the news.

P.S: Check out these amazing giveaways:
Amazing Grass, Nuttzo Nut butter, Zensah, & EcoUseable Water Bottle


Filed under Nut Butter, Whole Foods, WW: 5

Larabar Banana Bread

banana_largeLarabar Banana Bread. Delicious flavor from the almonds, dates and unsweetened bananas. Very simple ingredients list which is why we LOVE Larabars. Very true to the name, lots of banana flavor and chopped up nutty almond bits. The bits of almonds gets annoying sometimes when they stick to the nooks and crannies of my teeth. I like to slice it up in slivers and enjoy like real banana bread. At times, there is a sour note in this Larabar. From the dates? One serving is 220 calories, 5WW, 11 grams of fat (1 gram saturated, 7 grams MUFA, 2.5 grams PUFA), zero cholesterol, zero sodium, 460 milligram potassium, 28 grams of carbohydrates, 5 grams of dietary fiber, 17 grams of sugar and 6 grams of protein.

For those of you who haven’t heard yet, Larabar just came out with 3 spanking new flavors: Peanut Butter and Jelly, Tropical Fruit Tart, and German Chocolate Cake Jocalat. These new flavors sounds promising. A lot of bloggers got to taste them already. So jealous.

Also, Larabar is going to start selling those Larabar Minis! I’m gonna be all over those since I always break my Larabars in half anyways. Super excited.

@Larabar Tweets:

Trop.FruitTart ingredients: dates, pineapple, coconut, almonds, cashews, orange juice & peel. Paradise in a bar. In stores soon!

you asked. we listened. MINI LARABARS are here! 12 minis/pack. cherry, apple & cashew mixed flavors. Supreme delish in 1.5 bites. you like?

I just took the “What flavor LARABAR are you?” quiz and got: Peanut Butter Cookie

Follow @Larabar to get the latest Larabar news!

Retails: $1.29 @ Whole Foods
My Cost: $1.29
Calories: 220 per bar
WW: 5

P.S: Check out this lucky 62 giveaway.


Filed under Bars, Whole Foods, WW: 5

[Me] & Goji Custom Artisanal Cereal

06-01-09_1530I apologize for this MUCH delayed review. I got to mix my own personal [Me] & Goji mix months ago and it arrived at my doorsteps in record time. Ever since it arrived I banished it away in far corner of my pantry, putting boxes and cans in front of it to get it out of my line of sight. Goji, it is not you, it’s me. My name is Stephanie and I am a cereal addict. There, I said it. I’m so good with portioning everything else out, but the cereal box, or in this case, the cereal capsule just has this spell over me. I keep on digging in it, one handful after another. Cereal is my kryptonite. I have no self control when it comes to cereal and with artisanal cereal like [Me] & Goji, I knew I would be trouble once I break it open. Low and behold, I ate 1/5 (aka 3 servings) of the canister mindlessly once I opened it. With the jumbo canisters containing 15 servings, I did some major caloric damage, but it was worth it because, yes, it was THAT good. I wish it was as easy as buying all your favorite cereal and mix ins and mix it yourself, but honestly, the ingredients that [Me] & Goji uses are so fresh and delicious I have no idea where I would purchase something comparable.

The Skinny Plate’s Ultimate Goji Mix contains: Artisanal Cereal (multigrain oat bran, rye, spelt, barley, amaranth, wheat germ), Shredded Wheat (bite size shredded wheat), multigrain o’s, ground cinnamon, choco goji, coconut, mulberry, goji, pineapple, mango, pistachio, walnuts, and chia seeds. I felt like I put everything and the kitchen sink in my mix, but I was no where near covering all the bases [Me] & Goji offers as ingredients for your customizable granola and cereal. With 7 bases, 19 grains/extras, 14 dried fruits ,and 14 nuts and seeds as add ins, the possibilities are endless. Best of all, they have some awesome ingredients that I have not seen anywhere else. [Me] & Goji gets props for having a lot of unique add ins. It was so fun playing with the site. Their website is so interactive and user friendly that even kids will have no trouble making their own mix. Follow three simple steps to create your very own personalized your own cereal or granola. Step one: pick a base. Step Two: add fruit, nuts, seeds & more. Step 3: they hand-mix & ship it to your doorstep. The personal signature from the actual “mixer” of my mix is a very nice touch. [Me] & Goji features a large running nutritional information chart and running cost on a capsule on the left that updates automatically, big cereal bowl where you add your selection by dragging and dropping, a compost bin for you to remove any unwanted selection, and cute leaflets on top of each ingredient that give you a description and possible benefits of your ingredient once you click on it. If you are like me, you can spend hours reading up on each ingredients and being all wishy washy on my selections. In the end, don’t forget to give your mix a kick ass name. Love your mix? Reordering is a snap since each recipe has a personal id.

Wahhh… is it just me or is this post getting REALLY long. I can’t help it. [Me] & Goji is so good I can’t stop talking about it. Now I want to describe to you my favorite ingredients. I would seriously consider ordering a whole capsule of just the Artisanal cereal. So FREAKING good! The flakes are fresh, crunchy, barely even sweet, with a really great nutty flavor and 6.5 grams of fiber per serving right off the bat.  I love how the cereal base are really low in sugar because they know that some of the add ins such as dried fruits and chocolate covered items already have a lot of sugar so that balances everything out. Sweet on sweet is not good. The non-sugared up shredded wheat and multigrain o’s really let the whole grain flavors shine through. The goji berries don’t really taste like much, but these are big and plump and not dried out like the one I normally get. The pistachio and walnuts seems to be raw and not roasted. All natural, fresh and delicious. The coconut comes in the form of huge flakes are are so full of flavor. The pineapple crystals are plump and delicious and the mango are perfectly chopped up into little pieces. Does not seem to have added sugar. Mango flavor is just bursting out when you chew on it. Chia seeds are just chia seeds, lots of benefits, but don’t taste like much.   I’ve never had mulberries before, but I thought they were meh.

Like most customizable granola and cereals, [Me] & Goji tends to be on the pricey side if you get carried away with tons of add ins. As far as comparing to online customized granola and cereals, the prices here are very competitive and reasonable. Don’t forget that [Me] & Goji comes is gigantic capsule. If you compare just the basic cereal, which are PHENOMENAL, goji is very competitive as well. This picture is self explanatory:


My mix is 262.3 calories per 3/4 cup serving, 5 WW, 9.8 grams of fat (0.7 gram saturated), zero cholesterol, 136.8 milligram of potassium, 39.7 grams of carbohydrates, 9.4 grams of dietary fiber, 8.8 grams of sugar and 8.2 grams of protein. Not too shabby if I do say so myself. Interested? Here is the id: 110139. Summer special makes shipping very reasonable. The first capsule is $4.99 and each additional capsule is $0.99. Round up your families, besties and co-workers to save a bundle on shipping.

Am I the only one raving about [Me] & Goji? Of course not. Food & Wine Magazine just named [Me] & Goji “Best Natural Cereal.” Congrats. You guys really deserve this title.

Retails: Varies @ [Me] & Goji
My Cost: Free
Calories: 262.3 calories per 3/4 cup (or varies)
WW: 5 (or varies)


Filed under Breakfast, Cereal, Snacks, WW: 5