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It’s harvest season! Grab a healthy, yummy snack food like Harvest Snaps veggie crisps while you read all about the bounty of the season’s foods. In fact, why not find the best harvest books? Here’s a book list with a printable you can take with you to the bookstore or library. #HarvestSnapsLove #CollectiveBias
Harvest Snaps Snack Food
Do your kids like to snack and read? Mine do. They curl up with a good book and munch on a snack. But it’s up to us parents to provide them with healthy choices like one of the nine varieties of Harvest Snaps. Easy to prepare (=no prep!) — just pour them into a bowl and your hungry kiddos can grab handfuls to eat.
Harvest Snaps are delicious, gluten-free crunchiness made from green peas, red lentils, or black beans. The flavors are:
- Lightly Salted
- NEW Parmesan Roasted Garlic
- NEW White Cheddar
- Mango Chile Lime
- Tomato Basil (not gluten-free)
- Wasabi Ranch
- Black Pepper
- Mango Chile Lime
Have you seen these snacks in the produce section of your Safeway store? Denver area friends, you’ll be happy to know that Harvest Snaps brand ambassadors will be handing out samples of Harvest Snaps near the entrance of Oktoberfest Denver (downtown Denver) from 11am – 5pm on 9/29 and 9/30. Of course, you can visit Safeway anytime to buy Harvest Snaps, especially the savory new flavors of Parmesan Roasted Garlic & White Cheddar.
Also for Denver area folks, click here for a Safeway Just for U digital coupon. Save $1.00 on any two bags of Harvest Snaps (3.0-3.3 oz.) by clicking the digital coupon on Safeway Just for U. Valid now through 10/6/18.
Harvest Book List
Apples and Pumpkins by Anne Rockwell, illustrated by Lizzy Rockwell On a glorious fall day, a little girl picks apples and looks for the perfect pumpkin.
Pick a Circle, Gather Squares: A Fall Harvest of Shapes by Felicia Sanzari Chernesky, illustrated by Susan Swan Fall harvest is filled with so many shapes and colors — circle apple bushels, square hay bales, and more.
We’re Going to the Farmers’ Market by Stefan Page Notice all the fresh market food, pick what you want to take home, and cook your food at home. Beautiful bright graphics.
Tractor Mac Farmers’ Market by Billy Steers Farmer Mac wants to show Pete and Paul, the pigs with a sweet tooth, that they can eat better– delicious fruits and vegetables instead. Charming, animated animal and machine characters, will make your kids want to try the included recipes of sauteed kale, basil pesto, applesauce, and blueberry muffins. Yum!
Apple Farmer Annie by Monica Wellington Some apples Farmer Annie uses for apple cider, muffins, and applesauce. Others, the most beautiful, she sells at the Farmer’s Market. Two sentences per page make this a perfect story for all ages but especially preschoolers. Colorful illustrations with decorative borders draw readers into the story with all the details to see. And, you’ll find three delicious apple recipes at the end of the book.
The Gigantic Turnip by Aleksei Tolstoy, Niamh Sharkey, and Imelda Staunton The illustrations are so amazing, they’re the perfect tone for this delightful folktale. An old man and an old woman plant many vegetables one year. The vegetables grow and get harvested, all except for the turnip because it’s so gigantic. Since the couple can’t pull it out themselves, they ask one farm animal after another to help, making a long chain of pullers. Finally, they ask the last, smallest creature to help — a mouse. And what do you think happens? It comes out! And everyone has turnip stew for dinner. Just goes to show us that even the littlest can help.