Is it teething time for your little one?
It’s not easy finding a tasty snack that’s not only deliciously moreish but healthy too.  However, this week here at MummyPages HQ we got to try Veronica’s baked organic crisps which are not only irresistible but also contain 60% less fat than regular crisps, are gluten free and are lower in salt.
 
Veronica Kenneally, the creator of Irish company, Veronica's Snacks, is a health food lover and a mother of three snack happy kids. Veronica was inspired to create a range of healthy crisps as she wondered why there wasn’t a healthy alternative to our favourite savoury snacks with all the flavour and taste but less of the unhealthy stuff.
 
Another wonderful reason to love these healthy crisps is that the range is gluten free making it suitable for coeliacs.
 
Veronica’s baked organic crisps are the perfect healthy treat to share with your family at picnics, on movie night or just when you’re in the mood to treat yourself.There are lots of delectable flavours to try including sour cream and onion, barbecue (which were this reviewers favourite) and roast garlic and mixed herbs and roasted tomato with Spanish paprika crisps.  
 
Each bag is packed full of flavour and the best part is you don’t have to feel guilty about enjoying these yummy snacks!
 
Veronica's Snacks are available in stores nationwide, including Dunnes Stores. 
 
For more information, visit www.veronicassnacks.ie or  visit their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/veronicassnacks

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