Beat hunger – no guilt required – with Table of Plenty’s Rice Thins
Refuel on the go until your next healthy meal with Table of Plenty’s Rice Thins, the filling snack for a busy life. Rice Thins are delicious and low in calories, but most importantly, their substantial portion size will leave you feeling properly satisfied.
Available in packs of two cakes, the range comprises four tempting flavours: Dark Chocolate and Coconut (vegan), Passionfruit Yoghurt, Salted Caramel and Belgian Milk Chocolate. And, at just 75 calories a cake, they’re perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth and an appetite for looking after themselves.
Table of Plenty founder Kate Weiss says her Rice Thins are a new larger size rice cake option coated with the same delicious pure chocolate and a great addition to the range. Plus, like all Table of Plenty products, the Rice Thins were born from Kate’s passion for helping Australians enjoy a more balanced lifestyle.
“I created the Rice Thins to make an easy on the go snack for people with a busy lifestyle looking for better options. You can have your cake and eat it too” Kate said.
Snacking with no boundaries between meals can throw people’s diets out of balance.
“Table of Plenty’s Rice Thins are crunchy and light, with a hint of indulgence to help you get over the 3pm slump. They are naturally popped – not fried – and made using wholegrain rice and pure chocolate/yoghurt coating made with cocoa butter.
“The Rice Thins are portion controlled, gluten free, palm oil free and GMO free, so you don’t have to worry about hidden nasties. They are perfect to keep in your car or to pop in your kids’ lunchboxes. The larger size will keep your older kids and teenagers satisfied”
Table of Plenty’s Rice Thins range is now available from the biscuit aisle at Coles. RRP $1.95
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