Happy Thanksgiving!

Today’s post is all about healthy packaged snack options, and how you can get a bit more healthy without breaking the bank.

We’re all familiar with the Costco Whole Foods brand of snacks, which are usually stocked in an orange, blue or yellow container with an orange label.

They are cheap, easy to find, and contain the same amount of calories as a box of crackers, which is a bit on the low side.

But there are other ways to spend your money on a healthier snack.

I know, you’re thinking, “Oh my god, I’ve never even heard of these products!” and the answer is pretty simple.

Most people don’t know about them, and the only people who really care about them are the ones who are looking for some healthy options.

So, to make sure that you know about these awesome snacks, I created a list of the top ten healthy snack options that you should be checking out this Thanksgiving.

Here they are, in no particular order.

I’m going to assume that you’re an active, calorie-burning human being and you’re looking for a snack that will help you keep your energy levels up, not just your waistline.

There are some foods on this list that are actually a little more than what most people think they are.

You may not want to go into the store and spend $8 for a jar of cookies because they are a bit too dense, or you may want to make an entire box of healthy packaged nuts and seeds because you’ve never eaten those before, and you probably want to try to keep those calories down as well.

And don’t even get me started on the things that you might have missed, such as some of the products on this post.

So instead of focusing on one snack, let’s take a look at all of the options and get to know them a bit better. 

I’ve tried to include items from the grocery store and grocery store brands as well as some other good, low-calorie options.

This is not to say that these are the best or most nutritious foods out there.

And you don’t have to be an active person to enjoy a healthy meal like these.

But if you do want to save money and keep your waistlines healthy, it’s worth a shot.

Here’s a look:I hope that this list has been helpful for you, and I know that we’ll see you again on Thanksgiving, and for all of our readers, as well!

Happy Holidays, everyone!