I have a few things that I use. Not all of these are perfect and some of them I can see in my blood sugar the next morning.Pita chips:
There's at least one brand of 100% whole wheat, no-added-oil pita bread out there. I take two whole pita breads (the complete rounds) and cut them into eighths. Spread them on a baking pan, paint them with a flavorful vinegar to moisten the top surface, scatter lightly with sea salt and caraway seeds. Bake at about 375 for 15-25 minutes depending on how crunchy you want.Popcorn:
Microwave or air pop without oil. Get the Braggs Aminos in the little pump spritzer and spritz the popcorn very lightly. Then sprinkle with nutritional yeast and/or salt to taste. (The Braggs adds salt and umami flavor, but more importantly it makes the popcorn sticky enough for your popcorn flavoring powders to stick to the kernals. I'm told you can spritz very lightly with plain water for the same effect.)Rye crackers with mustard/tomato:
There are several brands of whole rye crackers out there, containing just rye, water, and salt for ingredients. I'll put several on a plate, top with a brown/spicy mustard, and then top with thinly sliced tomatoes, as fresh and sweet as I can get. Sliced sweet onions also works if you like raw onion flavors.Bhelpuri
This is a puffed rice snack
I posted about last week.