If you’re looking for a lickity split snack that’s a little different than traditional peanut butter and crackers, then try this!
Sunflower nut butter is made from the sunflower seed instead of tree nuts, so it’s typically safe for people with nut allergies! In fact, Tammy’s daughters eat it almost daily (Once Again makes a delicious, organic sunflower nut butter) instead of peanut butter sandwiches since their classrooms are nut-free. It’s a good source of vitamin E and satisfying heart-healthy fat and protein.
Easy, Breezy Sunbutter and Jelly Mini Cracker Snack Bites
Makes 1 serving
1 serving of Annie’s Saltine Crackers (7 crackers total)
½ tbsp Sunbutter, crunchy
½ tbsp Berry Jelly Preserves
Simply lay 6 crackers on a plate. (The 7th is for you to snack on while you make the others!) Evenly spread the sunbutter on three of the crackers and the preserves on the other three. Put one of each side together and ta dah!! You have a perfect snack!
Nutrition Information: Per Serving (Entire Recipe)
140 calories, 5.5g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 190 mg sodium, 17.8g carbohydrate, 3.8g protein