Try Green Bean Chips as Your Next Healthy Snack

Try Green Bean Chips as Your Next Healthy Snack

Aug 23rd 2017

 

You adore the taste of potato chips, but you know they aren’t good for you. All that salt, fat and grease aren’t just bad for your waistline and your arteries — you also feel sluggish and bloated when you fill up on unhealthy snacks, no matter how delicious they taste.

Great news — you can still get the crunch and salty goodness of potato chips, without all the bad stuff that comes along with them. Use green bean chips as your substitute.

Green bean chips are dried to the consistency of a chip. They have salt to satisfy those savory cravings, and they make the perfect snack to stash in your office desk drawer or in your purse for on-the-go snacking.

How to Enjoy Dried Green Bean Chips as Snacks

Here are a few other ideas for snacking on green bean chips:

  • Eat them with hummus or salsa to bring out their flavor
  • Add them to a trail mix to improve its nutritional profile
  • Snack on them with grape or cherry tomatoes, giving you two powerhouses to nosh
  • Combine with pretzels and a bit of cheese for a mini meal before a workout
  • Enjoy alongside yogurt for a well-balanced break between lunch and dinner

Green Bean Chips Nutrition: What Makes Them So Healthy?

You might be surprised to learn the green bean chips we sell at Sincerely Nuts have nearly as much fiber per serving as a bowl of oatmeal. The benefits of fiber include keeping you full for hours and aiding in digestion regulation. When you down a pack of green bean chips between meals, you’ll stave off hunger without bulking up on junk.

Green bean chips provide antioxidants, which help neutralize damage to your cells and prevent diseases such as cancer. Plus, green beans have minerals including magnesium, calcium and iron, which stimulate the production of red blood cells, build strong bones and improve your blood pressure readings.

Dehydrated Green Bean Chips Recipe

Want to make your own green bean chips? Combine 2 or 3 pounds of green beans with a quarter cup of oil — olive oil works and so does melted coconut oil if you prefer a slightly nutty taste. Put on a cookie sheet and sprinkle with salt and garlic powder to taste. Cook in the oven for eight hours at 135 degrees Fahrenheit. If you have a dehydrator, run it for about 10 to 12 hours at 125 degrees F.

You will produce a chip that’s crunchy and zesty. If you don’t have time to do it yourself, you can always order green bean chipsfrom Sincerely Nuts. Our chips have the same nutritional benefits as those you make yourself. Share this post on Facebook to help your friends discovery a healthy snack they’ll love.

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