Harvest Snaps Green Pea Snack Crisps, Caesar, deliciously baked and crunchy veggie snacks with plant protein and fiber, 3.3-Ounce Bag (Pack of 12)

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12 Count, 3.3- Ounce Bags (Pack of 12)


Caesar, Lightly Salted

10 reviews for Harvest Snaps Green Pea Snack Crisps, Caesar, deliciously baked and crunchy veggie snacks with plant protein and fiber, 3.3-Ounce Bag (Pack of 12)

  1. Melinda Jensen

    I love, love, love these! These tasty crisps are essential to my diet food list. They replace me craving for potato chips. I divide the bag up into smaller snack size bags to take to work. The hubby even loves them. I prefer the Caesar flavor over the plan ones. I struggle to find these in the grocery store, I have even purchased them from Target. But sometimes I they are out, so buying in bulk from Amazon is wonderful. Yes, you pay a little more, but that’s the price you have to pay to get them shipped to your front door. I hope they become available to ship 2 day for Amazon Prime. Will be buying again!

  2. luvmyshihtzus

    Calbee Snapea Crisps are an absolutely delicious snack. I am always looking for a healthy crunchy snack and my niece introduced these to me, and I love them. There are so many foods that I can’t eat, and I always have a craving for something crunchy that isn’t “junk” food. Now I have found the perfect healthy and delicious “Munchy” for me. I go through bags of them like crazy. Oh and my two little female Shihtzu doggies love them also. As soon as I open a bag they are right on my lap. And I know I can give them to them as Snapeas only contain healthy ingredients. Thank you Calbee for making such a healthy and delicious snack. I rate them A+A+A+A+A+A+A+A+A+A+ and have recommended them to everyone. And I find that ordering them through Amazon is the best way to go!!!!!

  3. cdromm

    I love these too much. It’s *VERY EASY* to wolf downa whole bag in just one sitting. I’m glad this is a12 pack box! I can plow through a box of these inrecord time if I’m not careful. They are good onsalads, yes, but they are fantastic right from the bag.I actually eat them instead of potato chips. Sincethey are made from peas, that’s got to be better foryou than potato chips, I imagine. Even if you do eatthe whole bag, you will have only eaten around 300calories, so it is not the end of the world. Trydoing that with potato chips (ha ha). Once you havetried these, you will want more. Everyone I haveoffered them to does. Try them, you’ll love ’em.

  4. Jen F

    So I discovered these tasty crisps and was immediately hooked. The ceasar flavor is my favorite, although the regular/salted and pepper varieties are both yummy. Just not as yummy.A couple down sides – they are stupidly and infuriatingly addicting. While they’re healthier than potato chips, the point is moot when you can pretty much inhale an entire bag without even realizing it. And you will, trust me. Then you go back for more.One point to notice is they’re as wildly greasy if not more so than a chip. I had a pile on my desk not too long ago, and picking one up revealed little drops of oil where the crisp had been sitting. Also, a tiny flake/crumb landed on a piece of paper and proceeded to make a one inch grease stain around it. I was impressed that much grease could come out of a tiny crumb O.o.Despite this obvious flaw, I will continue to shovel these into my face.

  5. Jen FromZen

    They’re just really good, they have some protein compared to potato chips but they still have fat and salt so they do taste good. But the sodium % of daily value which is 22 pieces is only 4% so that doesn’t seem bad at all, I think there are bags of potato chips and pretzels and oh the worst are those corn chips, they are just like pouring a bottle of salt down your throat, these taste plenty salty to me. They’re addicting so watch out! I also ordered some other snacks that maybe I can mix things up. Such a lucky find these crips, I just was hungry before my sewing lesson and stopped into a convenience mart and saw them, that was lucky, funny thing it was called Lucky Mart I think. I don’t live around there and dunno if they have em here and don’t feel like looking so I figured just order the 12 pack online. I read the snapeas mostly come from Canada and that they have good farming standards so hopefully it isn’t so bad that these aren’t organic. Trader Joes green bean crisp also sound good, haven’t tried them.

  6. Megan

    I love these. feel they are a reasonably healthy alternative to chips because they provide a crunch and have a good flavor.I’m actually going back and reviewing old products so I bought these prior to the bag change and I see some reviewers are disappointed and say there is a flavor change I unfortunately cannot say one way or another because I haven’t bought any of the new bags yet.. I actually had seen these in the store and thought it was a new brand then when I went to review I thought about how dumb I was. It’s just new marketing.

  7. Dennis

    …Not of all times, but at the moment! Had to buy in bulk because it’s really addicting. Haven’t tried any other flavors except the sea salt, but I feel like original flavors are always the best (vs cheese, spice, etc).

  8. D. Dacera

    This is my favorite snack. My husband discovered this at Whole Foods and by far the best snack and well worth the money (as we know Whole Foods is kind of pricey). The entire bag is a little over 3 servings but a serving is only 130 calories. It’s very low in sodium -only 4% or 100 mg which is minute compared to other snacks. It has 4 grams of protein and 3 grams of fiber. It’s a good source of calcium and iron too (6%). The best part is, it has almost 0 sugar and the ingredient list is not loaded with unknown stuff. It always scares me when I see a snack with 50 different ingredients on the ingredients list.I just bought my second case and I even sent a case to my 2 year-old nephew who has all sorts or allergies (wheat, eggs, dairy, nuts and tree nuts) and he loves it! I’m glad to have found this awesome product and I am pleased that I was able to share it to someone who has diet limitations. The only downside of this snack is that it’s really addictive. It’s easy to eat a bag of it in one sitting. I’m also not impressed with the use of corn oil. Then again, just keep in mind that moderation is still the key. Overall, I would still give it 5 stars since it’s still healthier than any snacks out there in the market,a good way to include veggies in your diet, it tastes great and the price is very reasonable.

  9. Kimbopolo

    You can’t eat just one! I discovered these at a local health food store and can’t stop eating them. The crisps have a wonderful combination of great taste and crispy texture. A great snack without all the sodium!Not only am I addicted, but I’ve introduced them to friends & family and have yet to hear anyone say they didn’t like them. I even got a stranger hooked in a store that had samples. I told her how much I liked them, she tried a couple, and ended up buying several bags.It was a happy day when I discovered that I can get them through Amazon prime. And they beat any store’s price I’ve found.

  10. Irreverent

    A half-pack of this (if I can stop at a half-pack) usually suffices when a craving for SOMEthing to snack on fights the knowledge of blood sugar readings that are borderline for type 2 diabetes. Other reviewers have described it most adequately, with nearly all finding it quite enjoyable, perhaps not TOTALLY virtuous, but much healthier than most snack foods. This is the best price I could find for it, at this writing a dime per pack cheaper. Amazon does not yet offer it by subscription, which would bring further price improvement and freedom from having to place repeat orders.The price once went up by over 50%, so it is nice to see it back at this cost.

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