Emily Veg Crisps are a healthy, new, guilt-free snack that even counts as 1 of your 5-a-day. Truely! Each bag contains one serving of delectable, crunchy, spring vegetables. Choose from:
- Crunchy Sweet Potato, Carrot & Beetroot
- Crunchy French Beans, Sugar Snap Peas and Black Edamame
Emily Veg Crisps are created using an innovative technique which focuses and directs air pressure in a way that preserves the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, colour and taste. The cooking method only needs a light coating of oil to create an amazing crunch.
Emily Veg Crisps are low in fat and calories, naturally gluten-free (and vegan of course) with no added sugar, preservatives or additives – just the lightest sprinkling of salt to enhance their flavour.
Crunchy Sweet Potato, Carrot & Beetroot crisps combine naturally sweet, root vegetables. These veggies provide mixed carotenoids (the plant form of vitamin A), vitamin C, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B5, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium.
In fact, sweet potatoes are one of the most nutrient dense foods you can eat. They are an excellent source of lignans – plant hormones with beneficial effects on immune health and hormone balance.
Beetroot can also promote healthy arteries and help to lower a high blood pressure.
Crunchy French Beans, Sugar Snap Peas & Black Edamame crisps are a crunchy, nutty mix with an unusual green bean flavour. Beans and peas are also a good source of vitamin A, B vitamins and potassium.
Edamame are a source of soy isoflavones – another type of plant hormone with beneficial effects for both men and women.
Emily Fruit Crisps
And if you prefer a sweet rather than a savoury snack, there’s also the original Emily Fruit Crisps in three flavours:
All the flavour of fresh fruit with the crunch of a crisp. These taste of fresh apple, fresh banana and fresh pineapple – not like the rather odd dried fruit flavour you get with some other air-dried fruit snacks.
Ideal for adult and kid lunch boxes alike. You have to taste them to believe them.
The best way ever to get one of your five a day. I’ve had two already today – one veg and one fruit – and I’m not even a crisp lover, usually.
Even the pack designs are works of art and will no doubt win awards for those alone.
Have you tried Emily Veg Crisps or Emily Fruit Crisps? What did you think? Please share your views using the comments box below. Mmmm!