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December 11, 2012

Chick PZ

by Anne Paddock

Chick PZ are roasted chick peas (garbanzo beans) which may not sound appetizing but one taste of these crunchy delicious snacks and you’ll think you’re eating a rich-tasting lightly salted nut. The Nutty Bean Company slow roasts chick peas to create a crunchy texture and then lightly seasons the beans with sea salt. With only two ingredients – chickpeas and salt – Chick PZ are a healthy, nutritious and satisfying snack.

100% pure and natural, Chick PZ are from non-GMO seeds, have no added oils, are low-fat, high in fiber, gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan. The beans come packaged in 2 ounce resealable bags with two servings per bag. Each serving has 5 grams of dietary fiber, 1.5 grams of fat, and 6 grams of protein. The beans are perfect for an afternoon snack (to carry along in a purse or backpack) and great tossed in salads as an alternative to croutons (for a gluten-free addition).

19399_581503181863255_684804795_nThe Nutty Bean Company also produces seven flavored varieties of Chick PZ: Sweet and Spicy Chipotle, Sesame Crunch, Honey Roasted, Chai Vanilla, Smokey BBQ, Tuscan Garlic and Herb, and Pepper and Spice – all of which are high in dietary fiber and protein. The company’s website (listed below) provides the list of ingredients and nutritional information.

Chick PZ are available for approximately $3 per bag directly from the company in packs of 6 ($19.75) or 12 ($36) or through Abe’s Market for $3.29 per bag (with free shipping on all orders through the end of the year).

Chick PZ

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