I have been a fan of edamame for a long time!
One of my firsts posts on Wife Life Kitchen was my Spicy Sriracha Soy Edamame (which is still my favorite way to eat edamame 🙂 by the way.)
So when I was contacted by Seapoint Farms I was very excited. They sent me a few more products to try, and I have included them here to show you. I also have one cool product I found on my own and fell in love with!
Seapoint Farms offers all natural, non-GMO products in grocery stores and warehouse stores such as Sam’s Club. I usually but my frozen edamame pods there in bulk. You can read more info about the brand and where to find them near you on their website here.
I really enjoyed the Berry Blend the most! I had already previously bought a big tub of this at Sam’s Club too. It’s a great little mix I like to take to work or keep in my purse as a quick snack. The mix includes dry roasted edamame, almonds, dried cranberries infused with fruit juices and pumpkin seeds.
The Lightly Salted Dry Rasted Edamame was also very enjoyable. They are super crunchy and have lots of protein. I have a snack recipe coming up soon where I will be using these.
I was not a big fan of the Spicy Wasabi flavor, but I expected that since I am not a fan of wasabi. I always skip wasabi when I go out for sushi. I was a brave girl at tried it at least!
Last but not least… Chocolate!
I found this Seapoint Farms Edamame Crunch chocolate bar at Ross a couple of weeks ago and although I was skeptical about it, I bought it. I am so glad I did! The chocolate was rich and velvety, and the tiny pieces of crunchy and salty edamame were sprinkles throughout the bar. The texture is very similar to almonds in a chocolate bar. My husband loved it too, and we finished it pretty quickly.
Last week I was back at Ross and I found their chocolate bar again, but this time in milk chocolate. I loved the milk chocolate one even more then the dark chocolate. Sorry there is no photo for this one… we couldn’t help ourselves, and it’s gone! If you see them at Ross pick them up… they are only a couple of bucks. Now I am an even bigger fan of Seapoint Farms. Yay!