Keeping hunger at bay with Ginger Chews

Ginger Chews by the Ginger People

Have you an active sweet tooth? Well meet your sister.  I rarely eat or keep any food that contains cane or beet sugar anymore.  I now use rice, agave, maple syrups and the like as they give a nicer sweetness, I can taste the other flavours in the food and they don’t upset my stomach as cane or beet sugar do. 

However I’m not adverse to outstanding sugar confectionery but there has to be a WOW attached (like meringues with dairy-free choc sauce…mmmmh).

Also as I couldn’t store meringues in the car’s glove compartment (as you can imagine why) I’ve been looking for a solution to keep ’emergency hunger pangs’ at bay.  Low and below I came across these little gems in the local health store.  They are called Ginger Chews and

  1. come in a handy pack size for easy storing (e.g. the glove compartment of the car)
  2. one or two sweets will satisfy hunger unlike other sweets when whole pack is scoffed off
  3. each sweet comes individually wrapped so the rest are kept fresh
  4. chirpy graphic of ginger on the front of the pack, gives me a laugh everytime I grab the pack.

Just to warn you they are a ginger sweet so you’d better have a fondness for ginger or you’re wasting your time. 

Ingredients are cane sugar, ginger and tapioca starch . 

Hope you find this useful, have you ever tried them?  

Talk soon.

Marian 

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Author:speltforchoiceblog

Home cook, Irish food blogger and live a plant-based lifestyle. I also co-own of www.herbicarni.com with my hubs where you'll find online courses, vegan chocolates and lots more to help a transition to a plant-based diet or live with someone who is a carnivore.

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