Wednesday, March 24, 2010

A Unique Twist


When I travel for work, I make it my job (haha) to find some new and delicious item to share with all of you. In this case, the item I found in the Whole Foods by Union Square isn't new. In fact, the family bakery has been around since the late 1800's.

The Spannuth Family calls them "Splits," but I just call them delicious! The Multi Grain "Splits" are crunchy, salty, and have that nutty whole goodness taste that I haven't found in another hard pretzel (and trust me, I have eaten my share!). They have a unique story about how the "Splits" came to life... can you believe it was a mistake? Well some mistakes make the perfect snack :o)

When I returned home, I discovered my local Whole Foods doesn't carry them! Luckily, you can order these bad boys online. I can't wait to try out their other products (seriously... they have these babies CHOCOLATE COVERED and a couple delish sounding dips!).

3 good sized pretzels are 115 calories, 2 grams of fat, 1 gram of fiber and 3 grams of protein. Ingredients: Unbleched Wheat Flour, Water, Grain Blend (Oat Flour, Cracked Wheat, Barley Flakes, Corn Meal, Wheat Gluten, Rye Meal, Flax Seed, Millet, Sesame Seed, Malt, Spices, Salt), Soybean Oil, Salt, Yeast, Soda.

5 comments:

The Apple Hill Adventurer said...

those look yummy! I am a total pretzel addict, I wish there was a whole foods near me so I could try em!

5 Star Foodie said...

These look great, thanks for the recommendation!

Chow and Chatter said...

thats cool always nice to find new snacks

Carolyn Jung said...

You shouldn't tell me that three pretzels have 115 calories, because believe you me, the way I love pretzels, I'd be hard pressed to stop at a mere three. ;)

RunKathyRun said...

I love pretzels; I'm going to check these out ASAP.

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