How to cook a nutritious snack without spending $500 on snacks

When I bought a bunch of snack bags for my daughter’s birthday party last year, I made sure to include a few extras in the mix: a snack bag made of soy protein, and a box of almond milk.

The latter is a non-dairy alternative to cow’s milk that’s made with non-GMO soy protein and natural almond butter.

But I’m a big fan of the Soylent formula, which is a high-protein meal replacement with no added fat and no preservatives.

So I added that to the mix, along with some other tasty snacks: a jar of coconut water, a container of raw, organic coconut oil, and two jars of almond butter (for almond milk) for $8.99 each.

The result?

I packed a bowl of crunchy, protein-packed goodness, with some tasty, nutty flavor notes.

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