It’s here! This is winter. And this winter has been intense! And it’s not even close to being finished yet. It’s cold, it’s windy, it’s wet and gloomy. We need warmth and sunshine, but we won’t get it any time soon. The best we can do is hunker down and try to warm up with some comfort food. And if we happen to pack on a little extra weight to keep us warm this winter, so be it! Here are some easy snacks that are perfect for a cold winter day.
5 Types Of Snack That Can Help You Survive the Winter Blues
1. Spicy and warm
There’s nothing that warms up your body better than some spicy hot food! It’ll fire up your taste buds, all the way down to your belly. Buffalo Wing Nuts are a good way to incorporate some protein and healthy fats with spicy peanuts. Dragon Mix has spicy rice crackers, soynuts coated with chili, and wasabi and barbecue flavorings. There’s also Louisiana Lightnin’, Texas Hots, Wasabi Mix, Hot & Spicy Mix, and Hot Cajun Mix to warm you through to your core.
2. Extra energy boost
For those winter mornings when all you want to do is hide under the covers and go back to be until spring, here’s an Energy Mix that can pep you up Consisting of roasted almonds, cashews, walnuts, raisins, pineapple chunks, chopped dates, coconuts, pepitas it can power you through those long, gloomy days. Meanwhile, Finally Natural has roasted cashews, almonds, pepitas, raisins, and sunflower seeds. With no added sugars, it’ll help you sustain your energy instead of sending it crashing down later in the day.
3. Comfort foods
If you’re looking to feel all warm and cozy as you snuggle up in front of the fire, Mister Snacks has the perfect comfort foods to make you feel good. Cinnamon Apple Pie has corn chips, flax seeds, honey roasted peanuts, corn nuggets, and pretzels. There’s also Peanut Butter Pretzels, Butter Toffee Peanuts, Honey Toasted Peanuts, and Honey Roasted Sesame snack mix, which all seem to have that perfect blend of salty and sweets.
4. Chocolate covered anything
And speaking of comfort foods, how about some chocolate? Some extra sugar and fat is a good way to add some extra insulation and pump you up! Check out Chocolate Peanut Butter Blast, Chocolate Fruit & Nut Mix, or Chocolate & Yogurt Bridge Mix, which has chocolate and yogurt-covered peanuts, raisins, and chocolate-covered malt balls. And for less fat and more anti-oxidants, try dark chocolate covered almonds, pretzels, or cranberries.
5. Something smoky
Or how about something smoky to warm you up? Try our Smoky Hot Mustard Mix or Smoky Cheddar Crunch. Or, check out our Honey Mustard Crunch, another great balance of salty and sweet that has honey mustard and onion pretzel pieces, and honey roasted sesame chips.
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