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Containing just 3 grams of sugar and 90 calories per bag, these delish candies come in a variety of flavors, and they are free of artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners and sugar alcohols. There are even plant-based options for vegans!
Cold Brew Caramel
Infused with MCT oil and grass-fed butter (and zero sugar!), the newest flavor in the Bulletproof cold brew line simultaneously satisfies your sweet tooth while powering your brain with plenty of omega-3s. Great tasting, sugar-free energy on the go!
$48 for 12, bulletproof.com
Complete Crunchy Cookies
These vegan treats from Lenny & Larry aren’t just tasty, they’re free of artificial sweeteners, soy and dairy. Plus, each serving contains 6 grams of plant-based protein and 4 grams of fiber, and they have an incredible crunchiness unique to the protein cookie category.
Sparkling Iced Tea
These unsweetened teas from BOS are crafted with organic rooibos, contain no added sugar and are lightly carbonated for a little extra sparkle in your day. Unique flavor combinations include white peach and elderflower and blueberry and jasmine.
$22.50 for 12, bosbrands.com/en-us
Available in five new flavors, including cheddar sour cream and spicy queso, every serving of these vegan, gluten-free snacks contains 4 grams of both fiber and protein. They’re also high in potassium and are always satisfying and healthy.
$20 for 6, beanfields.com
Country Archer Meat Sticks
These Paleo- and keto-certified snacks are made from grass-fed beef and antibiotic-free turkey and pork, and they contain no nitrites, MSG, gluten, antibiotics or added hormones. Check out the new flavors — hatch turkey, chorizo beef, pineapple pork and maple bacon pork.
Superfruit Acaí Bites
It’s hard to believe these decadent dark chocolate-covered frozen treats from Sambazon are just 50 calories each. They’re sinfully good — yet each organic bite only has 4 grams of sugar and is completely vegan. Bonus: Sambazon is Fair Trade Certified and gives 5 percent of its fruit purchases back to local communities.