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ChocXO Keto Dark Chocolate Coconut & Almonds + Sea Salt Keto Snaps
$28 at Costco
Whisps Single Serve Parmesan and Cheddar Cheese Crisps
$40 at Costco
Jack Link’s and Lorissa’s Kitchen Protein Snack Box
Costco is an excellent store that offers an impressive variety of products, including healthy snacks that everyone from kids to adults can enjoy. If you’re looking for healthy food for every budget, Costco is a great place to check. You can find many of your favorite brands there, and some even have snack pack options for easy transportation.
If you’re looking for some healthy snack ideas (other than fruits and veggies) you can pick up at Costco, the following list includes snacks that’ll satisfy your appetite whether you have a salty or sweet tooth. Since Costco is known to carry different items at different locations, you’ll have to check your local store to see what it has in stock.
Satisfy your chocolate cravings by picking up a bag of these healthy treats. You’ll get four squares of individually wrapped chocolate, which is the perfect size to toss into your backpack, lunchbox or purse. At 180 calories in a packet, it’s also low in sugar and is a good choice if you’re a fan of salty and sweet and don’t mind coconut. I’ve tried a few of ChocXO’s other flavors and one of my other favorites is the Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups — which would be an excellent selection for Costco to carry.
Adults and kids will both enjoy Whisps cheese crisps. They’re available in a variety pack in parmesan and cheddar flavors at Costco. These 100-calorie snacks are made of pure cheese and are a good source of calcium and protein. Besides snacking, you can get creative and use Whisps cheese crisps to top your salads or soups. These come individually packed so it’s easy to drop one in a lunch box or toss it into your purse or backpack.
For crackers with more flavor than a standard saltine, try Crunchmaster Multi-Grain crackers. They’re made of sesame, flax, quinoa, amaranth, millet and chia, and have 140 calories per serving. They’re gluten-free and are light and crunchy, making them a good snack to pair with your favorite fruits and cheese or simply on their own. These don’t come in individual packets so you will need to pack them in a snack-sized bag if you’re planning on taking some to-go.
Protein is an important macronutrient you shouldn’t neglect since it forms building blocks of your muscles. One easy way to add some extra protein to your diet is with this Protein Snack Box. The variety pack consists of Jack Link’s and Lorissa’s Kitchen beef jerky in various flavors and individually wrapped sizes. You can pick from Jack Links classic beef jerky or experiment with Lorissa’s Korean barbecue beef strips or jalapeno beef sticks.
You can’t go wrong with this variety pack to sneak in protein throughout the day. The protein servings range from 6 to 17 grams, depending on the jerky you choose for. These are all individually packaged, which makes it easier for them to toss into your kid’s lunch boxes, glove compartment for a snack while on the road or backpack while commuting to work.
If you like fruit leather or dried fruit, then you’ll like That’s It Mini Fruit Bars. These dried fruit bars come in three different flavors: mango, blueberry and strawberry. The brand prides itself on the fact that it only makes products with real fruit and no added sugars. At 60 calories a bar, these make for a good snack to get your daily intake of fruit and they also have 2 to 3 grams of fiber per serving. They’re gluten-free, vegan and allergen-free, making them a safe snack for kids to take to school.
These are also individually packed and small enough to fit into a lunch box, gym bag or your office desk for a quick pick-me-up.
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