After all, how can I argue with thirty calories (and 0 weight watchers points!) of yummy goodness? They are also completely fat free, that means no saturated, mono-saturated, poly-unsaturated, or trans-fats. None at all. But Suzie’s doesn’t stop there. There’s also no cholesterol or sodium (at least in the variety that I purchased) in these waistline-friendly snacks. They do have a lightly salted version, however, for those of you who prefer a saltier taste.
These crisp and light cakes are made with Kamut, which is a type of grain that is referred to as an “ancient” grain because it has been harvested around the world for thousands of years. It has a higher content of amino acids than most commercial wheat. The taste is a bit hard to describe, but if you have ever eaten Kashi puffed cereal (which I also love), then that comes close.
I usually eat these plain, but I’m not averse to adding a teaspoon of honey to them to give them a more “treat-like” taste. Another way to dress them up is by adding a teaspoon of PB2 or natural peanut butter (a good one to try is Better ‘N Peanut Butter) to them. These are also available in a variety that is sweetened lightly with agave. You can buy them from Whole Foods or online at Amazon.