New Product Favorites | A Nutritionist Eats

oat revolution steel cut maple & brown sugar oatmeal. I have a confession to make. I’m going through a major obsession with maple & brown sugar instant oatmeal. Would I recommend it as a Nutritionist? NO! But it’s kind of addicting and so easy…

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sweet earth ‘the greek burrito.’ It’s a blend of white beans, baby spinach, feta and oregano with 13 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber. It was delicious! (I found it at Target, but have seen it in natural food stores too.)

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clover ‘cream on top’ whole milk yogurt. I bought this on a whim and I must say that it’s been a while since I’ve boughten non-Greek yogurt. I loved it. The protein isn’t as high (obviously) but it was so lovely…I’ll definitely buy it again.

g & b cold brew coffee. G & B was recently featured in The New York Times as the “best iced latte in America.” It’s made with their homemade almond and macadamia milk. It was delicious, but I love their cold brew coffee even more. I never thought I would say this, but…it doesn’t even need cream.

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earthbound farm chia & soba noodles & asian greens powermeal bowl. These bowls are a little small for the price, but they would make a great meal (that’s certainly cheaper than a restaurant) when paired with some grilled chicken or tofu. An easy, delicious and organic meal! 

better booch kombucha. I’m still on a fermented foods/kombucha kick (I should really make my own) but I found this LA-made version in Peach Tea flavor (called Morning Glory) and it’s fantastic.

New Product Favorites | A Nutritionist Eats

massel concentrated liquid stock. I love having stock in the pantry, but I have a tiny kitchen and just don’t have the room for boxes upon boxes of stock. I’ve started cooking my quinoa with a mix of water and stock and it is SO much better than all water. Massel recently sent me some of their concentrated stock and I love that it is made with simple ingredients and is vegan and gluten-free.

Have you recently tried a new food that you love and/or I NEED to try? 

3 Comments (Reply )

  1. erin
    Jun 21, 2014 @ 7:52 pm

    I have a serious ‘buch problem, too. If you make, let me know how it turns out, and I’ll do the same (because I’ve been saying for months I need to brew my own!)!

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  2. Chelsea @ Designs on Dinner
    Jun 23, 2014 @ 8:20 am

    Oooh, that Greek burrito looks delicious! I miss having a Target market by me. The Target in my new town is the regular size without all the fun food (including my favorite-ever gelato).

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  3. Michelle {The Lively Kitchen}
    Jul 07, 2014 @ 5:59 pm

    What is Hemlock? Should I know that???

    If I can brew kombucha, anyone can! Try it. :)

    I’m loving the Cold Brew Coffee pops from Good Pops – but I’m not sure if they are national yet. They are amazing and I don’t even really like coffee. http://www.goodpops.com/

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