Superseedz | Triumph Dining Product Review

super-seedzOne of the best parts about carving Jack-O-Lanterns is the roasted pumpkin seeds that come with it. If you’re a pumpkin seed fan who doesn’t want to have to gut a pumpkin every time a craving pops up then the next best thing are SuperSeedz.

From spicy to sweet to naked, SuperSeedz come in eight different flavors; Really Naked, Sea Salt, Cinnamon and Sugar, Coco Joe, Tomato Italian, Curious Curry, Somewhat Spicy and Super Spicy. In the fall, these seeds could replace your normal snack of nuts and chips. They are a fantastic high protein, low carb snack. A fourth of a cup is a serving size and has 160 calories, Potassium, Protein, Magnesium, Zinc and Manganese.

They are also Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, MSG-free, vegan and Nut-Free. Plus they’re made by a mom who started out by making a healthy snack for her family so you know there’s not only love in there but good, well thought-out ingredients as well. The seeds have been shelled already so there’s no mess and no fuss, just flavored, dry-roasted pumpkin seeds.

If you’re wondering which ones you should try first, my favorites are Coco Joe and Somewhat Spicy. Coco Joe is a combination of Chocolate and Coffee that are slightly bitter from the coffee but sweetened with a bit of cocoa and vanilla. I hate overly sweet snacks and I love coffee so this was an easy pick for me.

The Somewhat Spicy were a good fit for a fan of spicy snacks who doesn’t want to end up guzzling milk to take away the burn. Best of all, through the heat you can taste the spice which is a must for me.

SuperSeedz can be found at most major grocery and specialty stores, though they don’t carry every flavor, for that you can head to their online store.

One thought on “Superseedz | Triumph Dining Product Review”

  1. Found these pumpkin seeds when we were on vacation recently. I’ve tried the naked and sea salt varieties and they are great. Also love that the are non-GMO and nut-free. :-)

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