Bada Bean Bada Boom is a crunchy, wholesome snack made from broad beans (aka fava beans) and a touch of sunflower oil. These non-GMO snacks are vegan, gluten-free and surprisingly delicious.
Perfect for satisfying the 3 PM munchies without sending blood sugar levels soaring or pumping your body full of empty calories. Available in variety packs and as single-servings.
Low Calorie Snacks
When it comes to snacking healthy, it’s all about moderation and minimizing those extra calories. The good news is that there are plenty of tasty snacks available to keep your hunger at bay without blowing up your diet.
Whether you’re looking for something sweet or salty, there is sure to be a snack out there that meets your needs. Here are 10 of our favorite low-calorie snacks that will help you stay on track with your diet goals.
Broad beans (aka fava beans) are roasted and seasoned with flavorful seasonings to create this healthy, crunchy snack. This vegan, gluten-free and non-GMO snack is a great choice for anyone who wants to curb their appetite and satisfy cravings without compromising on taste. These crunchy roasted beans are also great for adding crunch to salads and oatmeal. The manufacturing process conforms to the highest standards of global safety and ethics and Bada Bean is certified Kosher, too.
Bada Bean snacks are made with a combination of plain broad beans (also known as fava beans) roasted and then seasoned. They are free from gluten and can be found in a variety of flavors including Mesquite BBQ, Zesty Ranch, and Buffalo Wing. These vegan snacks are low calorie and contain no saturated fat. They are also soy-free, nut-free, and kosher. They are non-GMO and sourced in a facility that adheres to the highest standards of global safety and ethics.
Founded in New York, Bada Bean offers bold and crunchy snacking with a simple recipe: roasted broad beans (aka fava beans) and sunflower oil. They are available online, on Amazon, and in stores nationwide including Sprouts, Meijer, ShopRite, and Wegmans. They are also sold in a Boom Box, a collection of 52 single-serving bags.