Review: Kitchen Table Bakers Parmesan Crisps

Kitchen Table Bakers
Kitchen Table Bakers

Kitchen Table Bakers emailed me to try out their products and write a review for them. I absolutely love Parmesan cheese so there is no way I was going to pass up this opportunity. I’ve become pretty selective about what products I review because I want to be sure they are quality products before I post them on my website!

These were the perfect little snack for me. I especially loved the rosemary and sesame. I tried the aged Parmesan, sesame, rosemary and flax flavors. They also come in jalapeno and everything too! The crisps had that crunch factor that I miss from other foods. This is something I could keep around for a while because you only need 1 or 2 crisps to get the intense, rich flavor leaving you satisfied (which is something other chips lack).

Kitchen Table Bakers touts on their website,

Our goal was to create a Gourmet product that would satisfy even the most discerning palate while meeting diverse nutritional requirements. What we ended up with was a product that was Wheat Free, Gluten Free, Trans Fat Free, Sugar Free, Rich in Calcium and Protein, Naturally Low in Calories and Carbs. We never wavered from our philosophy that The Kitchen Table Bakers™ would use only the highest quality aged cheeses and seasonings.

My only thought about the product is the cost. It’s a little expensive for how much you get. You can buy them on the website – 3 packs for $17.97.

If you are interesting in trying them out, there is a nifty store locator on their website.


Gluten-Free Post Workout Shake Recipe

My gluten-free muscle-building shake.
My gluten-free muscle-building shake.

I get asked frequently what gluten-free whey protein powder I use or what I eat after I workout. I’ve tried many different kinds and I think Tera’s Whey is my favorite. It’s been the easiest on my stomach and doesn’t seem to cause any problems.

However, I’ve decided this month I’m completely changing the way I eat. I’m experimenting with a plan for the next 30 days and if it works, I’ll share it but until then I’ll just post some snippets like what I’m using instead of protein powder.

I’m concerned about the chemicals in any of these protein shakes. What the heck are those ingredients? Have you ever looked at them? It always baffled my mind as to how there could be so many odd things that we are putting into our bodies. If you aren’t allergic to egg, this is the perfect option for you. I really don’t enjoy eggs all too much but these are tasteless and pasteurized. It’s great!

This is my new favorite post workout shake.

The Lean, Mean, Green, Muscle Building Machine Shake is super easy.
2 cups of raw organic spinach
1/2 cup of either coconut milk or 1/2 cup of lactose free milk
1/2 cup of water
1/2 cup of frozen organic mixed berries – mine are blueberry, strawberry and raspberry
1 Tablespoon of coconut oil
3 pumps of the International Egg Whites  (affiliate) You can see my review of them here –> Protein

Blend everything and enjoy…


I needed this tasty treat after I did a workout this morning and then took the dog to the park!