Ugh! Winter. It’s cold. It’s dark. It’s depressing. And for some of us, it’s seriously depressing. The hours of darkness and the hours spent bundled up really take a toll on our attitudes and energy levels. Fortunately, we can compensate with food! Peppering your day with tasty and nutritious snacks can keep our mood elevated and our energy high, so we can survive the cold months. Here are some snacks that can help your customers beat the chill with these snacks.
Sriracha Nut Mix
Check out this spicy mix of cashews, almonds, and peanuts. If your customers’ mouths are on fire, they’ll forget about the cold outside. And if your customers aren’t adventurous when it comes to nuts, Mister Snacks also sells packages of Sriracha Peanuts.
Very Berry Granola
This is a warm and hearty mix that is great to munch on by itself or even tastier when blended with milk, yogurt, or kefir. The honey and apple chips add the perfect amount of sweetness to the tartness of the dried blueberries and cranberries. And the almonds add enough protein that can energize your customers as they trek through the frozen tundra—or just across the parking lot.
Roasted and Salted Pumpkin Seeds
As simple as they seem, pumpkin seeds are natural mood enhancers. They’re tasty and salty and filling, but if your customers aren’t fans, they can add them to muffins, yogurt, salads, or granola. And seed lovers, rejoice! We also sell Roasted and Salted Sunflower Seeds—another perfect addition to any salad.
When it’s already dark outside and your customers aren’t even home from work yet, they need an energy boost. Offer them these com peanuts, raisins, apples, almonds, cashews, and sunflower seeds—it’s protein and fiber and just enough natural sugars to recharge them so they can handle the rest of the night.
Antioxidant Berry Mix
Yum! Nothing says winter warm nostalgia like dried cranberries. And the antioxidants crammed into this mix of Aronia berries, cranberries, and blueberry streusel sticks with ancient grains help detox your body and protect the cells from breaking down, perhaps even preventing diseases.
Oat Bran Sesame Sticks
Just what the name describes, the oat bran sesame sticks are a great source of fiber and the oat bran can keep you warm despite the ice and snow.
Roasted and salted cashews, peanuts, and pumpkin seeds, plus honey roasted peanuts and cranberries—some natural sugars and healthy fats to help keep your customers insulated this winter.
Oriental Rice Crackers
It’s often hard to remember to stay hydrated in the winter. The air is dry, but most people aren’t as thirsty as they are during the summer. But this Asian rice cracker mix is sticky and salty and will have you craving some H2O. And water helps you stay energized and alert as it increases blood flow to and from the brain.
Looking for better snacks?
For more tips on snacks to help your customers beat the chill, contact our team today.