Healthy Snacks: Metcalfe’s Skinny Popcorn and Kettle Bites Review

A couple of months ago, I started a healthy snacks series (here you can read my first post of the series, Yushoi Snapea Rice Sticks). Today I decided I would share some ridiculously delicious healthy snacks that have kept me satisfied the past few months; Metcalfe’s Skinny Popcorn and Kettle Bites. I had a variety of flavours to choose from, which was great as I didn’t get bored of eating them.

Metcalfe’s Skinny Popcorn

  • Sweet ‘n Salt
  • Sea Salt
  • Cinema Sweet
  • Maple Bacon (I don’t eat anything bacon, so these were given away to a friend)

Who doesn’t love popcorn? When I was given the opportunity to try out the Metcalfe Skinny Popcorn, I was excited to give them a try. At first, I did think, skinny popcorn? What is this nonsense? But I have to admit, I’m a fan, Sweet ‘n Salt are my favourite out of the lot. The popcorn is light and not greasy at all. I’ve never had any Metcalfe products so I was rather impressed with the product and packaging and best of all they don’t have a lot of calories.

Kettle Bites

  • Maple Barbecue – Wholegrain Waves
  • Sweet Chilli – Lentil Curls
  • Sea Salt & Mixed Peppercorns – Wholegrain Waves

The second snack that I have been enjoying is Kettle Bites. I actually thought I was being sent Kettle Chips until I received the parcel and realised these were called Kettle Bites and were healthier alternatives to the potato chips. At first these looked very unusual and really healthy but honestly, they are super tasty and filling which is what I look for in a snack. They are perfect for my night shifts because I tend to snack more to keep me going. Surprisingly, my favourite out the three flavours was the Maple Barbecue and this was the flavour that I wasn’t sure about trying.

If you are looking to improve your diet and want to introduce healthier snacks, definitely give these two brands a try.

Note: These products were sent to me however, all opinions are honest and my own.

Have you tried any of these snacks before? If yes, what’s your fave flavour?

Hugs,

Sabah ❤

 

 

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