about this snack
Edamame are young soybeans picked from their pods. They make a fresh-tasting crunchy snack and a perfect pairing for kale crisps. Our kale crisps are coated in cashew butter with chia seeds and baked (not fried) to give them a moreish crunch and delicious savoury flavour.
what are the benefits?
As well as being high in protein which is needed for the maintenance of muscles, this snack is a high in vitamin k which contributes to the maintenance of normal bones.
It's also a source of copper, an essential mineral that helps support your immune system and protect your cells from oxidative stress.
when should you eat it?
Whenever you find yourself reaching for a packet of greasy crisps, it might be time to crack out this exciting combo, either as a mid morning snack, or as a protein-boost for your workout. You can even try sprinkling it on your salad.
- High in protein and fibre
- Less then 150 calories per serving
- High in vitamin K
- Source of copper
- Suitable for vegans
- Deliciously crunchy alternative to crisps