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March Favorites: Healthy Junk Food

After sharing some of my favorite fashion, food, and fitness-related products over the last few months I decided to focus on healthy junk food this month. {If you missed them, check out January and February}

So what is junk food to me? It’s something processed or pre-made that’s not necessarily great for you. This post is all about junk food with a twist though. That means goodies that aren’t quiiiite as bad for you as other choices out there. A little guilt-free indulgence is the key to any healthy living routine.

Lentil Chips – I am a chip girl. In fact, I take chips very seriously. Chips are my favorite food group and if left unsupervised, I can quite easily finish a family sized bag in a sitting. One bag = one serving in my brain. A good solution? Veggie and non-potato variations that offer you the salty, fatty, amazing crunch you’re craving, but without using up two meals worth of calories in a few minutes of munching. Enter the Lentil Chip – Tasty, satisfying & not nearly as bad for you as their fried potato counterparts.

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Arctic Zero – If you’re a sugar junky, this probably won’t taste very good to you. It’s not an intense flavor, but for someone like me who doesn’t eat much in the way of processed sweets, it’s the perfect amount of sweetness to kick any post-dinner cravings that may arise. My favorite flavor so far is salted caramel – By a long shot!

FluffButter – I raved about this fabulous product in my January Favorites post, but I’m going to rave again. In terms of background, I LOVE peanut butter, but can’t be trusted to have jars of it at home. Enter Fluffbutter – A thick, creamy, protein-packed alternative. If you’re counting macros or trying to add a little protein to your life, this is a great option. I love to add it to protein pancakes on weekends!

What’s YOUR favorite healthy junk food? What do I need to try?

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