I was sent a few packages of Raisels, Fruit Flavored Raisins to review here on At Home Moma. I have to admit though, that I am not a big fan of raisins and probably don’t purchase them as often as I should for my kids. I just don’t really like the texture, but I do think that it is important for my kids to have access to a variety of nutritious fruits.
I decided to put my dislike of raisins aside and gave them a try along with the kids.
Well, they do taste really good, and because they are candy coated, I couldn’t even tell that they were raisins. The kids and I have been munching on them ever since.
My kids don’t even know that they are eating something healthy, and I now get to enjoy raisins along with everyone else. I even mixed the Raisels with peanuts the other day and topped fruit salad with them. The kid’s loved it.
Raisels are sour, fruit-flavored golden raisins with a light dusting of sugar. They come in 4 flavors, Sour Apple, Sour Orange, Sour Lemon, and Sour Peach.
They contain REAL FRUIT, and are the 100% of the US RDA for Vitamin C. Raisels are rich in Antioxidants, Fat Free, Cholesterol Free, and contain No High Fructose Corn Syrup, Artificial Sweeteners, or Sodium. Plus, they are Kosher Certified by the Orthodox Union. Source Raisals.com
For additional nutritional information including Sugar Content, CLICK HERE.
Want to purchase Raisels, click this link Where To Buy Raisels for retailers, and look for them in the grocer’s dried fruit section in six packs of 1.25oz portio-controlled boxes.
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Disclosure: At Home Moma did not receive compensation, but was provided packages of Raisels for free to review as part of the Team Mom program. The opinions expressed in this review are that of my own.
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