Carolina Gold Nugget pork rinds offer a 100 calorie snack product which provides 15g of protein and no carbohydrates. Convenient to take to the office and cook in the microwave or to cook at home when you need a filling snack. Microwave pork rinds have a higher fullness fact than most other snack foods...finally a snack that satisfies your cravings.
Weight Watchers®PointsPlusÎ“ Ã’Î“ â”œ * = 2<br>
*PointsPlusÎ“ Ã’Î“ â”œ calculated by Julia's Southern Foods; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc.<br>
Nutritional information is subject to change. Please see label of product on store shelves for the most current information.
Easy to Prepare Directions: Pour contents of the pork rinds snack pack into one of our included cooking bags. Microwave for 90 seconds on high and allow to remain in the microwave for 20 seconds to allow them to finish cooking and to cool. Enjoy!
Microwaved or baked pork rinds have less fat than the precooked bagged pork rinds in the store. ""Pork fat is not only useful, but it is also good for us," says my new hero, Jennifer McLagan. SheÎ“ Ã’Î“ â”œ s the author of the James Beard AwardÎ“ Ã’Î“ â”œ winning "Fat: An Appreciation of a Misunderstood Ingredient". To back up her claim, McLagan's book includes a chart showing that 45 percent of pork fat is monounsaturated, which can help raise your HDL, or good cholesterol, and also can help lower your LDL, or bad cholesterol."<br>
From: Beer, whiskey and pork fat: the new health foods? by Kate Krader, Food & Wine's restaurant editor. April 27, 2012