If you’ve been following me for a while you know that I’m pretty diligent, actually I would say anal about what I put into my body. Not always, but most of the time I eat very clean, super low carb, low sugar, dairy free and a high protein diet. Of course once in a while I crave a little sugar. A snack if you will, especially with my coffee.

I try to find snacks that won’t kill all the working out and I do. I’m typically doing hot yoga, sculpt or cardio five to six days a week. I want snacks that will satisfy cravings, but also be low in calories and damn… they better taste good!



Let me introduce you to Nonni’s Chocolate Chip Artisan Thin Cookies available in three flavors. Double Chocolate, Toasted Coconut and my favorite, Almond Chocolate. They taste amazing, very similar to a biscotti or a delicious Italian crisp that you get with your espresso at a coffee shop in Capri. I’m sold!

These cookies are the perfect on-the-go snack when you’re craving a better-for-you sugary fix or an alternative to a traditional chocolate chip cookie. Especially when it’s that time of the month. You hear me ladies?!


Each box contains six convenient portion-packs of three cookies that average only 90 calories. Kalista and I opened one box and I actually opened the second to put in the glove compartment of my car. I always love to have snacks for kids and also for myself. Especially when I don’t have time to eat and need a quick pick-me-up.

I have to also mention that these cookies are low in sugar, fat, carbohydrates and dairy-free with at least two grams of protein per serving. They are also totally kid approved. This shoot was originally supposed to be of just me, and yes, Kalista shot it. She then said, “Mama, those look so good can I eat them and model too?” So there you have it, K and I sitting in my kitchen, bonding over cookies and coffee (tea for K).

I hope you try these and enjoy them as much as we do. Each box is only about $3.50 to $3.99 and is currently available at select retailers nationwide, including Amazon!


*This post has been sponsored by Nonni’s Chocolate Chip Artisan Thin Cookies all opinions are entirely my own.