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Low carb snacks that satisfy.

According to a new CDC report, typical kids’ snacks are massively overloaded with salt and sugar—many times worse than the adult versions of the same snacks. I’m always on the hunt for healthy snack recipes that are easy + delicious (so my kids will actually eat them!). Veggie chips are the go-to low carb snacks in our house. They taste like potato chips, only 500X better! Watch how easy they are to make.

Tip: Avoid these common mistakes with oven roasted vegetables. It’s especially important to avoid layering the leaves in the pan, otherwise your chips will be soggy. Another key to crispy chips: wash the leaves in the morning (or even better, the day before) and let them dry fully before tossing with olive oil.

A Few of Our Favorite Low Carb Snacks

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Crispy Kale Chips: A big batch of crispy kale chips is a colorful, healthy, low carb snack that’s easy for cooks of all ages to make (and enjoy).

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts Chips: Roasted Brussels Sprouts Chips feature the best part of roasted Brussels sprouts (IMHO): the crispy, crunchy leaves. Sayonara soggy centers. Bye bye mushy middles. Hello to happy kids devouring every last crispy chip—straight from the pan. Get this exclusive recipe when you signup for our weekly newsletter.

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By | 2018-02-02T18:36:54+00:00 February 26th, 2015|Snacks, Videos|0 Comments

About the Author:

Heralded by Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution as “A mom and genius game creator helping kids eat fresh food!”, Jennifer Tyler Lee is an award-winning cookbook author, game creator, and healthy eating advocate. Jennifer has garnered national TV, radio, and print coverage for her family cookbook, The 52 New Foods Challenge, and her nutrition game, Crunch a Color®: The Healthy Eating Game. Jennifer’s work has been spotlighted by Jessica Alba, Michael Pollan, Jamie Oliver, Laurie David, Rachael Ray, US Weekly, The 700 Club, and Oprah.com—among many others. Her fresh approach to cooking together as a family inspired a nationwide series of kids cooking classes at Williams-Sonoma, The 52 New Foods Junior Chef Series, along with an exclusive edition of her book. A former strategy consultant, she lives in the Bay Area with her family.

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