This post about heart healthy snacks with almond butter is sponsored. All opinions are my own. #ResolutionsMadeEasy
I’m still on track with my fitness and nutrition goals this year, and I’m so excited about it! If you’re trying to make healthier decisions in 2018 too, keep at it! Even if you’ve had a bad day or two, it’s never too late to kick off those resolutions or re-launch them with greater success.
Rather than making huge dietary changes overnight or denying myself entire categories of food (a recipe for failure,) this year I’m making healthier substitutions, and I don’t feel cheated by any of them so I know I’m doing it right. One of my favorite new heart-healthy snacks is almond butter.
Heart Healthy Snacks with Almond Butter
I discovered MaraNatha Almond Butter at WalmartResolutions.com and guys, I love it! It’s made with heart-healthy California almonds and comes in creamy or crunchy, but I love the creamy version the most. My cravings are satisfied, and I’m not giving in to the temptation of a nap. Instead, I have enough energy to go take a walk.
Not only is MaraNatha almond butter full of flavor, it’s super versatile. I can use it as a spread, an ingredient or eat it by the spoonful (just one, of course) from the jar! It stops my dreaded mid-afternoon energy slump and hunger pangs.
Y’all, I love it so much that I have to share a few of the daily heart-healthy snacks with almond butter I’ve been making this month.
1. Spread almond butter on a rice cake.
2. Spread almond butter on an apple.
3. Slice a banana, add almond butter and roll in granola. Yum!
4. Add a spoonful of almond butter to a Greek yogurt granola parfait!
5. Mix some almond butter, honey and oatmeal together for no-bake granola bites.
Tip: Boost the protein by adding a little Six Star to your almond butter.
You’ll find MaraNatha almond butter at Walmart along with other health and wellness products to help you get on the fast track to achieving your New Year’s resolutions this year. With Walmart, you can live better and BE better.
Let’s do this!