kale chips baked with cashew butter, chia seeds and paired with crunchy edamame beans.
We can't get enough of kale! The kale chips in this snack are satisfyingly crunchy with their light coating of cashew nut butter and chia seeds, with zesty lime juice to round out the flavor. We combined them with edamame beans for a snack that’s high in protein and fiber.
about this snackEdamame are young soybeans picked from their pods. They have a very refreshing taste and their small size make them perfect for snacking on. We paired edamame beans with kale chips coated in cashew butter with chia seeds and baked (not fried!) for a delicious savory snack with a satisfying crunch!
What are the benefits?The soy in edamame beans are a great source of magnesium – a mineral that can also be found in nuts, seeds and oats. Magnesium is helpful in preventing headaches and cramps. The fibrous beans are also high in plant protein, along with vitamin K and folate.
Pair them with kale and you’ve got yourself a super snack that’s high in protein and less than 150 calories! Per calorie, kale has more iron than beef, more calcium than milk and ten times more Vitamin C than spinach! In fact, it’s one of those most nutritionally dense foods on the planet.
When should you eat it?Whenever you find yourself reaching for a bag of greasy chips, it might be time to open up this exciting combo. Our super kale & edamame snacks is great as a mid-morning snack or as a protein-boost for your workout. You can even try sprinkling it on your salad for a delicious crunch!
High in protein
Good source of magnesium
Source of vitamin K and copper
A deliciously crunchy alternative to chips