This post is sponsored by the Human Bean Company. But the opinions in it are my own. If you’re after crunchy nut free snacks for the lunchbox, you’ve come to the right place!
Snacks for the lunchbox are full of issues. They need to be healthy, yummy and they need to be easy to get in the lunchbox quickly! I have to admit, these first four weeks of primary school have been a lot tougher than I expected for Master 5. He was so ready for school and he is so excited every morning, but the afternoons have been rough, filled with crankiness and tiredness and no time for baking up a storm or extra things like lunchbox prep. And that’s whyI’ve fallen head over heels with The Human Bean Company’s range of faba bean snacks.
Grown under the gorgeous Queensland sun on the farm, the freshly picked faba beans are air puffed and filled with fibre and protein. They are…wait for it: gluten free, nut free, vegan, have no artificial flavours, no colours, no preservatives, 100% Aussie grown and are GMO free. They also have an amazing 5 health star rating. So these are an awesome product for school canteens as well, particularly if they are trying to raise their canteen to healthy canteen status.
I often hear parents complaining that they can’t pack nuts in their kids lunchboxes due to lots of schools being nut free. WELL…folks these are your solution! Personally I’m loving the lightly salted, Master 5 is loving pizza flavoured and Miss 7 is digging the salt and vinegar. These are multi packs, every pack contains 8 little packets which are perfect for filling up the treat spot in a lunchbox.
We are officially obsessed with these crunchy nut free snacks for the lunchbox from Human Bean Company. I never actually thought I would say I love faba beans, but here I am, totally loving them. I’m now on the look out for their share packs because the flavours of “aussie bbq” and lime and black pepper sound awesome too.
Now don’t just take my word for it, these tasty little morsels are ticking all my boxes for lunchbox crunch! If you haven’t tried them, then you need to get your hands on some. IGA are stocking them, so look out for their cute hand drawn packages in store. You can find more info on these amazing little crunchy nut free snacks for the lunchbox here.