Rice Cake Snacks

So I have fallen back in love with rice cakes lately.  I always enjoyed them growing up and impulsively bought some at Whole Foods recently.  The brand I bought, Lundberg, offsets 100% of the electricity used to manufacture their products with renewable energy.  How awesome is that?  I also love that their organic brown rice cakes  have only two ingredients: organic whole grain brown rice and sea salt. I also have a new obsession with coconut manna and these two pair perfectly!  Coconut manna is usually hard at room temperature so to make it spreadable I warm the jar in warm water on the stove.  Don’t bring the water to a boil though!

Rice cake, coconut manna, raw cacao nibs

  • One organic brown rice cake
  • 2 T coconut manna
  • Pinch of raw cacao nibs

rice cake, coconut manna, almond pulp

  • One organic brown rice cake
  • 2 T coconut manna
  • 4 T raw almond pulp (leftover from making homemade almond milk, alternatively chop almonds)
  • (pictured with a glass of homemade vanilla almond milk topped with a pinch of coconut sugar)

rice cake, peanut butter, coconut manna

  • One organic brown rice cake
  • 2-3 T peanut butter
  • 1 T coconut manna

I hope you guys enjoy these ideas!  They make a for a healthy breakfast or post workout snack filled with protein!

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One thought on “Rice Cake Snacks

  1. alisa smith says:

    I have been adding sweetened caco nibs to foods too. I especially like to add it to almond butter. Kinda like a reese’s peanut butter cup but healthy, on my rice cake. I bought organic rice cakes with sea salt and turmeric. I also learned if they get stale, pop them in the toaster on lowest setting.

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