Monday, April 12, 2010

FREE COUPON FOR PEAS OF MIND VEGGIE WEDGIES

I always love when I find a store-bought product that my PKU'er can eat.  I discovered Peas of Mind at my local Whole Foods, and after finding that their baked veggie fries are not only healthy and kid-friendly, but relatively low in protein, I was beyond thrilled that they offered to give away a certificate to try their product to one of the readers of my PKU recipe blog!  Read below to find out how you can enter to win!
*Baked Veggie Wedgies*
Peas of Mind is available at most Whole Foods and some Super Targets.  Click here to find where it's sold in your area.

They have not yet measured the phenylalanine content, but the exact protein for approximately 14 of their Veggie Wedgies fries is:
Apple: 1.56 g
Broccoli: 2.11 g
Carrot: 1.48g
Cauliflower: 1.92 g


Leave a comment telling me your favorite store bought lo-pro food for your chance to win!
Winner will be randomly selected and announced on Friday, April 16.

9 comments:

Breamarie91 said...

We love getting Ener-G Tapioca bread. We're able to find it at Whole Foods and our local Pick 'N Save.

~Breanna Hardy 18 CPKU

Jamie W said...

I love being able to pick up Turtle Mountain's Coconut Milk yogurt so I can make Cook for Love's yummy banana bread with it!

reeree62 said...

Are these a frozen food that you bake? Or a crisp food in a bag eaten as a snackfood? Either way, sounds great! Please let me know...

Tasty Sensations said...

these are a frozen food that need to be baked.

DBL-LV said...

Do french fries count lol? Right now Ry's favorite lo-pro food is anything he can cover with ketchup! However, we are really excited a Whole foods just opened in our neighborhood.

Jennifer said...

I love Peas of Mind! My son is a really picker eater, but he loves their banana puff and now the new carrot fries! Great product.

reeree62 said...

Thanks for the info Heidi! We enjoy Trader Joe's Veggie Birds Nests. If you haven't tried them, you GOTTA!!

Amy said...

We enjoy the Glutino pretzel sticks, which we've found at our local grocery store, Whole Foods, and Walmart. They are great for dipping in applesauce!

jimnuckolls said...

We have identical twin daughters with PKU. Our new Kroger has 4 isles of gluten-free (I know, not a lot that applied to PKU) but we find quite a few items including these snacks. Also cookies, yogurt, ice cream, etc.