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The Good Bean All Natural Roasted Chickpea Snacks, Sweet Cinnamon, 2.5 oz

The Good Bean All Natural Roasted Chickpea Snacks, Sweet Cinnamon, 2.5 oz

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Sumatra Cinnamon + a Hint of Vanilla br All Natural Roasted Chickpea Snacks! Think cinnamon toast. Think sweet, warm, buttery, sugary, salty, mmm. Did you know that Cinnamon is actually the bark of a tree the Cinnamon Burmannii that grows in the sunny islands of Indonesia. Ours comes specifically from Sumatra, and has the unpronounceable name Korintje. Well just stick to calling it cinnamon! The Good Bean Sweet Cinnamon flavor captures every bit of cinnamon toast yumminess, but leaves behind the fat, the white flour, the unnecessary carbs and the calories, gluten, and gobs of sugar and butter. Instead, it s a healthy handful of sheer delicious, that transports you back to your favorite childhood breakfasts, while helping you keep up the pretense of being a responsible grownup. Sweet Cinnamon contains 7g of protein, 6g of fiber, is low-fat and gluten-free. By the way, just an adde see more...

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The Good Bean All Natural Roasted Chickpea Snacks, Sweet Cinnamon, 2.5 oz
The Good Bean All Natural Roasted Chickpea Snacks, Sweet Cinnamon, 2.5 oz
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liana w.
liana w.
Montreal , QC
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i am oddly addicted to these chickpeas. i has the satisfying crunch of the traditional salty snack but the sweetness that i always crave. cinnamon sugar tastes fantastic on everything. i just wish these werent so hard to find where i live. i always buy backups haha
jessica t.
jessica t.
Lake Charles, LA
89 reviews
Has anyone tried the cinnamon flavored ones? I am curious if it is will similar to a honey roasted peanut in flavor and texture. I love the sea salt ones because they remind me of peanuts, since I am no longer able to eat nuts, I love having something that is similar in taste and texture.

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