Being a health food fanatic that I am, I was delighted to have been chosen to test and review the Lightlife Smart Dogs Veggie hot dogs by Social Nature. Social Nature is a website where you I have always have enjoyed hot dogs, but prefer to eat the meatless hotdogs. Usually, meatless hotdogs are made with soy, which these cute and delicious hot dogs are made with.
I was searching for the Lightlife Smart Dogs, veggie hot dogs brand at Target at first. I had heard at first that it is located there, but when I had gone to two Target stores around where I live, they did not have them in stock, and one of the ladies working there told me that they have discontinued them. Social Nature had sent me locations to where they would be located.
Many times they are correct, but this time they said that I would find them at specific CVS pharmacy stores, and I had gone there, and it was not in stock in any of the CVS pharmacy store addresses provided to me. This was recent news given to me June 18 of 2017. I had then gone to the Lightlife Smart Dogs website for a store locator, and long and behold, I had found that these yummy Lightlife Smart Dogs are located at my local Jewel-Osco supermarket. I was overjoyed to have finally found them.
I have taken a picture below to give my readers the giveaway news by Social Nature. They are giving away 10 free vouchers for the whole summer to 3 lucky winners. You must share a picture of you using LightLife Smart Dogs on Twitter or Instagram. You must tag #meatfromplants and #contest, and then you must tag @lightlife @socialnature in order to win. Contest ends July 31, 2017, and contest is only for United States residents.
I had gone to the Jewel-Osco store, and I was directed by an employee there that these veggie hotdogs by LightLife brand were located in the vegan and meatless aisle, which is just above other vegetables. The first thing I did notice was that these I was given a free voucher to receive and try one full-pack of these Lightlife Smart Dogs for the price of $5.99. I did pay$3.99 plus tax.
Checking through the Lightlife Smart Dogs package, and I did notice that it brings 8 regular sized veggie hot dogs. Usually, some hot dog packages would bring 10 hot dogs, but this one was a special non-GMO Lightlife Smart Dog. The price was not that bad either, at $3.99, it is still an average price.
The picture I have taken below is of the ingredients I have added to to the omelet.
My Homemade Omelet Recipe:
- Preheat your skillet or pan for 2 minutes before using it.
- Set your heat at medium
- I have added half the red pepper you see there.
- I then added 1/4 cup of almond milk ( You can use regular milk if you like).
- Whisk your two eggs with the 1/4 cup of almond milk in a bowl.
- I have added a dash of seasonings, and the one that I used was the salt-free seasoning of Mrs. Dash.
- I also added and sprinkled some nutritional yeast to substitute cheese.
- I then added a 1/4 tsp of Himalayan salt.
- 1 bunch or handful of spinach