Thursday, 27 July 2017

Off The Eaten Path - Making Snacking An Adventure*

I have an extra little post for you all today and it's about Off The Eaten Path, a new snack brand trying to bring a little flavour to our lunchtimes!

Off The Eaten Path sell a range of delicious crunchy snacks all made with real vegetables and each snack is a surprising combination of flavoursome ingredients. These new snacks provide us with a source of fibre, contain no artificial colours or preservatives, and are made from ingredients like rice, green peas, pinto beans and white beans. Each snack is then seasoned with either simple sea salt, sour cream and cracked black pepper, or caramelised onion and balsamic vinegar flavouring for a super delicious snack.
Off The Eaten path was created for free spirits and adventurers alike, those who prefer to discover the path less travelled. These snacks are perfect to tuck away as a tasty snack in your bag while out on an afternoon stroll or when enjoying an impromptu trip to the countryside. There are a range of flavours to choose from so something for everyone, including:

Sea Salt Crispy Rice & Pea Chips
Sour Cream and Cracked Black Pepper Crispy Rice & Pea Chips
Sea Salt Crunchy Pea & Pinto Bean Sticks
Caramelised Onion and Balsamic Vinegar Crunchy Pea & Pinto Bean Sticks

Not only do these snacks sound so tasty, the packaging is also amazing! The beautiful packaging reflects Off The Eaten Path's ethos and evokes a beautiful backyard garden. The packs include hand-drawn illustrations of the vegetable ingredients and colours that are so eye catching. 
If you're wanting to try some of these for yourself, they retail at £1 for individual packs and £2.25 for sharing packs. Both sizes are now available from leading retailers including Sainsbury's, WHSmith and Ocado.

*Collaborative post. As always I only work with brands I feel are relevant to my blog.

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