I’ve recently started watching what I eat. Yes, I have weight loss goals but honestly, one of my eating dilemmas is snacking. Like, when my stomach is growling but lunch is hours away, I think, “Should I indulge in a snack? Or just grit my teeth and wait for lunch?”.
I love all kinds of breads and cookies and as you all know, those are high on carbs and are known to be big weight boosters. I used to love snacking on those. But now I’m all about finding healthier snack alternatives.
Melba Toast. Yes, I recently discovered about these yummy, healthy snacks. I love Melba Toast and Melba Snacks!
For over 80 years, Old London Melba Toast has provided a great alternative to heavy breads or crackers for healthier snacking. I love that they’re mostly made with all-natural whole grains. They even got toast flavors such as Sea Salt and Spicy 3 Pepper. I love the little kick of flavor in these crunchy toasts! And with only 50 calories per serving, it’s guilt-free snacking for me! 🙂
Check out ToastForEverydayHealth.com for some great healthy recipe ideas too! The Chocolate Pistachio Crunch, Atlantic Salmon Bites and Lemon Meringue Tarts all sound like great recipes for my next home entertaining! 🙂
If you are into living healthy and getting active this summer, Old London also created the “Dance Your Way to Hollywood” Sweepstakes.
One winner and a guest will win a trip to California for an all-expenses paid, dance-inspired getaway including private lessons at the 3rd Street Dance Studio and tickets to watch the taping of a popular television show. (The four-day, three-night, all-expense-paid trip will also include air travel and accommodations at a popular Hollywood hotel).
Moms can enter the sweepstakes now through June 30, 2010, at www.toastforeverydayhealth.com
Hip Mama’s Place Disclosure: “I wrote this review while participating in a blog campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Old London Melba Toast and received a sample to facilitate my candid review. Mom Central sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate”.