Snapea Crisps, distributed by Calbee, are addicting. Surprisingly addicting. I opened the bag and handed one to my mother, one to my husband, and ate one myself. And we all immediately agreed we wanted more.
They are not as healthy as I would like -- if they could make them with less fat I would be happier of course. And I don't think I agree with their billing of them as a salad accessorie. They are a rice/pea based extruded puffy sort of snack, so I think they would lose their crunch quickly with a salad dressing. My husband likens their texture to the Andy Capp fries. I'm thinking sort of like a soft Funion, or the various Booty snacks, or cheesy puffs.
They are 150 cal, 2 g fiber, and 8 g fat. This brings it to 3 points per serving, which is 1 oz, which is a surprising large amount of puffy snapeas. And there are 3.3 servings per bag, so about 10 points per bag. The carbs are 14 g per serving, so that's 1 starch exchange on the diabetic diet.
These are a definite keeper.