The Sneaky Chef Food Review + Fareway Gift Card Giveaway!

{Disclaimer: I received a free product in order to facilitate this review. I was not compensated for this post. This blog is not responsible for prize shipment.}

My family and I were delighted to try out some of the great food products from The Sneaky Chef! I've found that some of you are already familiar with her brand when chatting with some of my readers. I actually hadn't heard of her before. If you aren't familiar with her, Missy swaps out the "bad" stuff for the "good" in foods. 

We were sent a package of product samples to try. The first thing my kids went for was the "no nut" butter. I absolutely love that there is a good option available for kids with food allergies, because we do have a child with food allergies in our household. 


I love the "No-Nut Butter" because not only is it a good option for kids with food allergies, but it's a better sandwich spread all around. It's peanut and tree nut free, soy free, has NO high fructose corn syrup, NO hydrogenated oils, and is in a BPA free jar. 

If you follow me on Instagram, you may remember seeing that I posted we were trying the whole grain veggie spaghetti and Smooth Red spaghetti sauce. To be completely honest, I was really skeptical about even trying these foods. I totally thought that the noodles were going to taste horrible or have some odd texture. Surprisingly, I was wrong! I was so happy to not only try this food, but recommend it to a friend with a child with sensory issues. He is a picky eater and she was glad to know there's an option out there to help him get veggies in his diet. You can learn more about this product here.

If you're in Iowa, The Sneaky Chef food line is available across Iowa in Fareway stores!

Fareway Gift Card Giveaway! *Ends 3/20/14*

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Comments

  1. Apparently mine doesn't really care for cooked cabbage. I have been blessed with a kiddo that isn't too much of a picky eater, but I am really excited about better options. Thanks for the info :)

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  2. Lima beans. Of course, I won't touch them either.

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Farrah
Hi! I'm Farrah, a stay at home mom in Iowa.
I spend my days homeschooling five kids,
running them to extracurricular activities,
and learning how to run a large family household.
I blog about natural living and my journey with Celiac Disease.