On my quest for more organic raw food snacks I came across
a wonderful Canadian company, committed to producing raw,
organic, gluten-free, vegan snack foods.
Two Girls Cooking is a company created by two beautiful Canadian Gals who are also holistic nutritionists, with a lot of love for food and healthy living.
Their product line is very unique right from the gorgeous colorful packaging to the
fantastic flavorful snacks.
The vibrant labels on green papery bags are filled with enough air to ensure nothing inside gets crushed. A lot of thought went into this line.
With other brands of kale chips I have tried in the past, most of them are crushed to tiny shards and are best used as a topping. Two Girls Cooking kale chips were in nice large crispy clusters - Fantastic! No green crumbs all over your fingers :)
The flavor I tried was the Better Than Cheddar Kale Chips. I am not a huge fan of nutritional yeast so on my initial crunch I thought "naaa". But they are so crispy I just had to try another...MMM crispy, but the flavor was ummm...naaa...But just one more...Then another and another, and before I knew it the more-ish tasting super crispy kale chips were half gone!
The guilt-free ingredients list for these kale chips are: organic kale, organic red bell pepper, nutritional yeast, sunflower seeds, organic lemon juice,organic apple cider vinegar, sea salt.
Next I tried their vegetable crisps. These organic vegetable crisps are high in fiber, naturally sweet, with no added sugar.
These are the most unique and delicious raw food snack I have yet to try...Are they crackers? Are they chips? Are they cookies? I'm not sure but they are packed with fiber and tons of flavor and lots of crisp!
They are thin and crispy like a fried potato chip, not crack-you-teeth-off hard; actually thin and wonderfully crispy.
The Mr. Rutabaga Smith (pictured above) has a light peppery turnip flavor almost like the flavor of turnip tops yet was savory and oh so crispy. I was very surprised at how fantastically fresh and flavorful they are. They are great just to snack on alone and are even great with soup.
The wonderful ingredients are: Organic rutabaga, organic sprouted flax seeds, organic sprouted sunflower seeds,organic apple, organic red onion, organic lemon juice, organic spices (basil, thyme, rosemary), sea salt
The other vegetable crisps that were sent to me were the Sweetie's Zesty Carrot.
These are amazing!
If you love spicy carrot cake you will adore these carrot crisps! Both myself and Zuki absolutely love these sweet spicy crisps. While they would still taste good with savory foods, these are a perfect healthy alternative to cookies or carrot cake. The wonderfully spicy little crisps go great with a cup of organic tea or hot chocolate.
The delicious ingredients are: Organic carrot, organic sprouted buckwheat, organic sprouted flax seeds,organic cranberry, organic sprouted pumpkin seeds, organic agave nectar, organic orange,organic spices (cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg), sea salt.
There is another vegetable crisp flavor available which I have not tried but sounds fabulous: Mexican Beet Fiesta.
Two Girls Cooking have mastered raw snacks. You can taste the freshness and passion that went behind every bite. I love that they are a small company here in Canada and that they take pride in making healthy foods taste fantastic!
If you're not lucky enough to live in the Toronto area (I would actually like to live with them ;)) Then Canadian's can order these healthy, organic, gluten-free, high fiber, oh-so-yummy snacks through their on-line store by the case.
Two Girls Cooking is always looking for feedback to improve and grow. They are also encouraging new business opportunities.
Please contact Two Girls Cooking directly if you have any suggestions or are looking for a new venture in business. You can find their contact information here.
Beautiful dedicated gals, wonderfully delicious snacks and made in Canada - Give them a try! Yummmy!
*This company provided me with a free sample of this product to review, I was under no obligation to write a review nor was I paid for my opinion. I was under no obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product.