Nothing is more important than keeping your child safe and when your child has an anaphylactic allergy doing so becomes a little more complicated. Nonuttin' Natural Foods was created by a Vancouver Island mom who wanted her daughter (who is allergic to peanuts, almonds, kiwi and chickpeas) to be able to share natural, healthy snacks with her friends. I met both Alana and her daughter Megan, who carries an epi-pen, at the Vancouver Gluten-Free Expo.
Go Momma, thanks for looking out for all of us.
Blueberry maple granola and enjoyed both the sweet blueberries and the subtle maple flavour.
Nonuttin' granola bars are soft, sweet and sticky not to mention almost undistinguishable from a traditional commercial granola bar. Seriously they were so good, I stashed them in my purse and ate them when the boy wasn't looking simply because I didn't want to share. I sampled most of the flavours, but my favourite flavour was the plain chocolate chip.
I've been munching away on Nonuttin' berry delight trail mix while writing this post; its made with sunflower seeds, dried cranberries, dried bluberries, semi-sweet chcolate chips, canola oil and sea salt. So simple and so tasty, though I must admit, I'm not a huge fan of sunflower seeds, so a little trail mix was more than enough for me. Nonuttin' trail mix comes in two other flavours; the third flavour is currently on sale for 50% off as they move to a soy-free facility.
Nonuttin' creates allergen-friendly, healthy, tasty snacks and they want you to try them out too, so we are giving away a $20 gift certificate to spend on the Nonuttin' website, to enter use the rafflecopter after the jump (I promise you its easy!).