116 Vegan Snack Ideas

Summer is winding down and school is back in session. As life become a little more chaotic, it makes sense to do more meal and snack planning. Especially if you are following a vegan diet, you will want to make sure that you put some time and consideration into the foods that you will be consuming. Snacking can be a very important part of your diet. Going too long in between meal causes headaches, brain fog, feelings of irritability and can slow down your metabolism. Going too long between meals also leads to binge eating. Find tips to prevent going too long without eating at City Girl Bites – Eat Right To Fuel Your Life.

Here are One Hundred Sixteen Vegan Snack Ideas to get you started planning. Some of them are very simple and very easy. Others are full blown knock your socks of recipes that will make you feel like a vegan rock star… winning at life vegan style! There are just a few repeats… but the recipes differ so take a peek and see which one looks best to you.

In addition to being Vegan, many of these recipes are also Gluten Free or acceptable for the Whole 31 Diet, Paleo, Primal, 21 Day Fix, Eating Raw and Eating Clean. It’s pretty simple to convert a gluten recipe to a good gluten-free recipe when you know this: for every 1 cup of gluten all-purpose flour, use 140 grams of gluten-free all-purpose flour. With most recipes, that’s about all the change you’ll need to make. (Yes… I know… math. Learn to love it.) Find out more about “How to Bake Gluten-Free: Converting Recipes” at Gluten Free Girl.

Order some Wayne’s Mushroom Jerky. There is a mellow mix of smokiness and sweetness in the jerky that is hard to put down. Made from portabella mushrooms.

Order some Wayne’s Mushroom Jerky. There is a mellow mix of smokiness and sweetness in the jerky that is hard to put down. Made from portabella mushrooms.

  1. Mushroom Jerky. Order some Wayne’s Mushroom Jerky. There is a mellow mix of smokiness and sweetness in the jerky that is hard to put down. Made from portabella mushrooms. Yes… this entire blog is a shameless ploy to try to get you to try Wayne’s Portabella Mushroom Jerky. I did find a ton of other great ideas though, so I hope you enjoy the list. Here is a recipe to make your own Mushroom Jerky if you like. It is incredibly good. Just sayin.

Ideas 2 through 21 come from Good Girl Gone Green.  This is a great website where you can find recipes, tips, eco-friendly information and even information on Essential Oils. These ideas come from the blog “20 Vegan Snack Ideas”. “Having quick, healthy and vegan-friendly snacks on-hand does not have to be difficult by any means. In fact, it can be quite easy. Keeping your fridge stocked with fresh fruit and vegetables will be a sure way to get most of the nutrients you will need to keep you fueled.”

Homemade Organic Green Kale Chips with salt and oil

Homemade Organic Green Kale Chips with salt and oilhttp://www.goodgirlgonegreen.com/vegan-snack-ideas/

  1. Frozen Grapes
  2. Sliced Apples and Cinnamon
  3. Fruit and Almond Butter
  4. Roasted Chick Peas
  5. Trail Mix
  6. Berries and Cashew Cream
  7. Celery with Almond Butter and Goji Berries
  8. Raw Veggies and Tzatziki Sauce or Hummus
  9. Kale Chips
  10. Fermented Salsa with Almond Crackers
  11. Chia Berry Jam
  12. Smoothie
  13. Coconut Butter Stuffed Dates
  14. Nut Date Balls
  15. Dried Fruit
  16. Raw Cocao Pudding
  17. Homemade Chocolate Bark
  18. Chocolate or Regular Plant Based Milk
  19. Muffins and Cookies
  20. Water

Ideas 22 through 44 are from Oh She Glows.  This is a recipe blog celebrating a love for plant-based food. In addition to being meat and dairy-free, most of the recipes are free of gluten, soy, and processed foods. There are many many more wonderful recipes on this site. These ideas come from the blog “22 Ways To Get Your Vegan Snack Attack On” Are you ready to get your vegan snack attack on?

Growing up, I always loved strawberry nutri-grain bars. These are similar in taste, but with all natural ingredients and much less sugar.

Growing up, I always loved strawberry nutri-grain bars. These are similar in taste, but with all natural ingredients and much less sugar.Healthy Strawberry Oat Squares

  1. Endurance Crackers
  2. Flu Buster Creamsicle Smoothie
  3. Chocolate Cake Batter Smoothie
  4. Salt & Vinegar Chickpeas
  5. Easy Homemade Wheat Thins
  6. Healthy Strawberry Oat Squares
  7. Half the Calories, Double the Fun Almond Butter
  8. The Hummus that Changed Everything
  9. Lightened Up Granola
  10. Tropical Lemon Cranberry Coconut Chia Bars
  11. Almond Butter Rice Crisp Treats
  12. No Bake Protein Energy Bars
  13. Carrot Raisin Spice Muffins
  14. Cheezy Hummus
  15. Oil-Free Zucchini Walnut Raisin Loaf
  16. Rustic Chocolate Chip Banana Oat Cake
  17. Frosty No Bake Glo Cakes
  18. My Favourite Guacamole
  19. 5 Minute & 5-Ingredient Almond Butter Chews
  20. Healthy Chocolate Chia Pudding
  21. Banana Split Vegan Overnight Oats
  22. Blueberry Pie Chia Pudding
  23. On The Glow Basic Oatmeal Square

Ideas 45 to 74 are from Pop Sugar.  You will find everything here from fashion to fitness, beauty to food. These ideas come from the blog “30 Days of 150-Calorie Snacks — They’re All Completely Vegan!” “From sweet to savory, here are 30 different homemade snack recipes to satisfy your vegan cravings. And the best part? They’re all around 150 calories, so you can nosh without any guilt.”

Here's an easy way to increase the protein of the basic banana-and-peanut-butter snack

Here’s an easy way to increase the protein of the basic banana-and-peanut-butter snackHigh-Protein Banana and PB Snack

  1. Vegan Banana Apple Chunk Bread
  2. Chocolate Hummus
  3. Spicy Sweet Potato Fries
  4. High-Protein Banana and PB Snack
  5. Banana Strawberry Apple Grape Muffins
  6. Dry Roasted Edamame With Black Sesame Seeds
  7. DIY Dried Mango
  8. Chocolate Almond Quinoa Stuffed Strawberries
  9. No-Bake Peanut Butter Crisp Balls
  10. Sesame-Garlic Nori Chips
  11. Cucumber Cups With Tapenade
  12. Chunky Apple Orange Almond Spread
  13. Striped Apple Cinnamon Fruit Leather
  14. Mango Red Pepper Salsa
  15. Vegan Mango Ice Cream
  16. Peanut Butter Banana Smudgies
  17. Babaganoush (Eggplant Dip)
  18. Cinnamon Bun Smoothie
  19. Homemade Mixed Nut Butter
  20. Chocolate-Covered Banana Almond Butter Bites
  21. Soy-Wasabi Spread
  22. Almond Butter Apricot Bites
  23. Vegan Cucumber Tofu Rolls
  24. Vegan Banana Peanut Butter Ice Cream
  25. Almond Coconut-Crusted Chocolate Bananas
  26. Baked Kale Chips
  27. Vegan Snickers
  28. Tabbouleh Salad
  29. Dried Apples
  30. Banana Oatmeal Breakfast Bites

Ideas 75 to 86 come from One Green Planet. “We’re your online guide to making conscious choices that help people, animals and the planet. These ideas come from the blog “Bust Out an Epic Vegan Snack Platter: Sauces and Dippers” “We’ve got 12 recipes for the items you want to dip, from fries and chips to wings and crackers, as well as the dips like buffalo and marinara sauce. Sounds delicious, right? Check out these vegan sauces and dippers recipes.”

This dip will taste great with raw veggies like celery, carrots and red bell pepper.

This dip will taste great with raw veggies like celery, carrots and red bell pepper.

  1. Lotus Chips
  2. Vegan Mozzarella Sticks
  3. Chickpea Fries
  4. Vegan Buffalo Tempeh Meatballs
  5. Baked Eggplant Fries
  6. Buffalo Tofu Fries
  7. Healthy Vegan Artichoke Dip
  8. Barbecue Sauce
  9. Fresh Marinara Sauce
  10. Vegan Spinach Dip
  11. Low Fat Tofu Ranch Dip
  12. Spicy Vegan Cheese Sauce

Ideas 87 to 96 come from Running on Real Food. The blog shares simple vegan recipes, workouts, wellness tips and more to inspire a life in healthy balance. These ideas came from the blog “10 Quick & Easy Vegan Snack Ideas” “Snack foods can be one of the trickiest things to figure out for new vegans but if you have a little creativity there are plenty of yummy and healthy foods to keep your energy levels humming until your next meal.”

This is one of my favourite nut and fruit combos. It has just the right amount of sweetness and is full of healthy antioxidants, vitamins and fats. For a quick snack anytime of day grab about 20 almonds and 20 goji berries and mix together.

This is one of my favourite nut and fruit combos. It has just the right amount of sweetness and is full of healthy antioxidants, vitamins and fats. For a quick snack anytime of day grab about 20 almonds and 20 goji berries and mix together.

  1. Almonds and Goji Berries
  2. Raw Energy Bites and Bars
  3. Sliced Fruit with Cashew Cream
  4. Celery with Almond Butter & Goji Berries
  5. Nut Butter Stuffed Dates
  6. Organic Vegan Crackers with Peanut Butter and Fruit
  7. Raw Veggies & Hummus
  8. Kale or Sweet Potato Chips
  9. Avocado with Lime & Sriracha
  10. Fruit Smoothies

Ideas 97 to 106 come from The Glowing Fridge.  This website is dedicated to making your skin GLOW from plant based whole foods. Beauty and health go hand in hand. The whole foods plant based lifestyle healed the author’s skin and brought balance into her life. Get The Glow Effect. These ideas come from the blog “10 Healthy Vegan Snack Ideas” “10 Healthy Vegan Snack Ideas for energy, and glowing skin. Delicious, low fat, plant based ideas that anyone would love. Swap these in for your net snack!”

Can be described as, a perfectly refreshing summer time snack. They taste like candy! P.S. >> I’ve been known to add frozen grapes to a glass of wine, on occasion 😉

10 Healthy Vegan Snack IdeasCan be described as, a perfectly refreshing summer time snack. They taste like candy! P.S. >> I’ve been known to add frozen grapes to a glass of wine, on occasion 😉

  1. Frozen Grapes
  2. Rawnola Cereal
  3. Mixed Berries with Cinnamon Sprinkles
  4. Smoothies in a Bowl
  5. Raw Vegan “Caramel” Apple Cookies
  6. Kale Chips
  7. Popsicles
  8. Oil-Free Baked Sweet Potato Fries
  9. Rosy Glow Refresher Juice
  10. Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower Popcorn

The final group of ideas numbered 107 to 116 are another selection from One Green Planet.  The blog is “10 Healthy Vegan Snacks to Keep at Your Desk at Work” “Theses snacks require no refrigeration and can easily be thrown in a tote bag to take with you anywhere else, too. Just remember to hide them somewhere safe since your colleagues are likely to be a bit jealous!”

There are a variety of vegan protein bars on the market you can choose from to keep at your desk. I do suggest watching the sugar content on these, since some have as much as 20-30 grams of sugar, which is definitely not optimal. Try to select a bar with no more than 8 grams of sugar and that has at least 10 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber for the healthiest, most filling option. If you have 20 minutes on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, make up a batch of your own for the whole week and enjoy them all week long!

There are a variety of vegan protein bars on the market you can choose from to keep at your desk. I do suggest watching the sugar content on these, since some have as much as 20-30 grams of sugar, which is definitely not optimal. Try to select a bar with no more than 8 grams of sugar and that has at least 10 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber for the healthiest, most filling option. If you have 20 minutes on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, make up a batch of your own for the whole week and enjoy them all week long!Vegan Protein BarsVegan Protein Bars

  1. Individual Packs of Nut Butter With Crackers
  2. Edamame Crisps
  3. Seaweed Snax
  4. Vegan Protein Bars
  5. Kale Chips
  6. Trail Mix
  7. Raw Almonds
  8. Fruit
  9. Shelf Stable, Single Serving Non-Dairy Milks
  10. Vegan Dark Chocolate
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Easy Fundraising, No Risk Fundraising, Profitable Fundraising

Are you looking for a super easy fundraiser in Northeast Wisconsin? Do you want to raise money for your school, club or non-profit in Green Bay? Fundraising in De Pere? Need a profitable fundraiser in Allouez? Looking to earn cash in Suamico? Look no further. Fundraising is easy with Wayne’s Jerky. How would you like to fundraise and make a profit of 40% of your total sales?

Wayne’s Jerky is a family owned business located in Northeastern Wisconsin. With so many satisfied customers in the area, we decided to make Wayne’s Jerky available to fundraising groups like yours.

How Wayne’s Jerky Fundraisers are Different from Others

Earn $2.75 per bag profit!

Local Products from Local People.

Wayne’s Jerky deals directly with you, our customer. No customer service representatives leaving you on hold.

Customer can order exactly what they want. They choose their flavors. No pre-packaged gift sets. Flavors include Mild, Medium, Hot, Extra Hot, GHOST PEPPER and Teriyaki.

Wayne’s Jerky is made fresh to order. It does not sit in a warehouse, losing its flavor.

Costs

Fundraiser Cost – 3.5 oz Jerky Bites at $4.25 each.

Suggested Customer Cost – 3.5 oz Jerky Bites at $7.00 each.

We will help you make your fundraiser a SUCCESS!
You place the order.
We make the jerky.
The customer enjoys it.
It’s that simple.

For a no risk fundraiser call Wayne’s Jerky at 920-639-4842 today!

Fundraising with no risk.
Fundraising with no money down.
Fundraising with no down payment.
Fundraising with no minimum purchase.

Check out the Fundraiser Order Sheet.

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Green Bay Farmer’s Markets 2015

Have you tried Wayne’s Jerky yet? Do you love free samples? Wayne’s Jerky is at the Green Bay Farmer’s Markets twice each week! You can stop by to purchase Wayne’s Beef Jerky, Wayne’s Turkey Jerky or Wayne’s Mushroom Jerky.

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The Wednesday Farmer’s Market is located on Broadway. The Farmer’s Market runs from June to Mid October. Visit the Green Bay on Broadway Farmer’s Market from 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Check the On Broadway’s Website for a list of Vendors.

The Green Bay Saturday Farmer’s Market is located Downtown on South Washington Street from Walnut to Stuart. It will also utilize portions of Doty, Stuart and a few stalls for prepared food vendors in a nearby lot with a seating area.  Visit the Saturday Morning Farmer’s Market Early June to Late October from 7:00 a.m. Check out the Downtown Green Bay Saturday Farmer’s Market Website for a list of events, a downloadable map and vendor information.

See what’s in season during Wisconsin’s all too short growing season! Find out Seasonal Availability of Wisconsin Fruits and Vegetables… Here is a downloadable pdf of the Wisconsin Produce Calendar.

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We hope to see you soon!

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Win Free Jerky! Free Sample!

Win Free Wayne’s Jerky!

Wayne’s Jerky specializes in beef jerky, turkey jerky and mushroom jerky.

Wayne’s Jerky will be holding monthly contests across different online platforms offering you the chance to win free samples of Wayne’s Jerky delivered straight to your door.

How can you enter?

  1. Follow Wayne’s Jerky on Facebook.
  2. Sign up to receive Wayne’s Jerky Emails.
  3. Order Wayne’s Jerky From the Online Store.
  4. Be a Facebook Fan of Wayne’s Jerky.

The first contest will begin June 1st, 2015! Winning free samples is easy!

Win a Free Sample of Wayne’s Jerky! Visit Wayne’s Jerky on Facebook. Like Wayne’s Jerky on Facebook. (This is important! You need to like the page in order to be able to see the posts… like the important one coming out on July 7th, 2015 about the winner! You could win free jerky!) Find and Share Wayne’s Jerky Post, “Win a Free Sample of Wayne’s Jerky” to your own Facebook Page between June 1st and June 30th, 2015. One Winner will be chosen July 1st, 2015. Winner will be notified via a Facebook Post and the July 7th, 2015 Wayne’s Jerky Email.

The post is easy to find… simply scroll to June 1st, 2015. It looks just like this:

Win a Free Sample of Wayne's Jerky

 

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Jerky Trick or Treat!

Trick or Treat!
We’ve got something good to eat!

No tricks here — just treats!
Get a FREE bag of Wayne’s Jerky
with your online order of $25 or more (not including shipping).

Enter your flavor choice in the comments at checkout.
Or leave it blank — if you dare! — and we’ll pick your free flavor for you!

Hurry! This offer is only good today through this weekend!
(Friday, Oct. 31 through Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014)

Jerky Trick or Treat

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Appleton Octoberfest Fun

It was another fun Appleton Octoberfest last weekend! We again had our booth at Appleton’s largest block party, with a portion of our profits benefiting Appleton East High School DECA.

Appleton Octoberfest 2014

Appleton Octoberfest 2014

Appleton’s Octoberfest provides a fundraising venue to many local not-for-profit organizations. In addition, Octoberfest has been able to give grants to the community including Appleton Police and Fire Departments, Appleton Art Center, Appleton Downtown Incorporated and the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center.

We enjoyed seeing our loyal customers and meeting new friends that stopped by our booth.

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We also were able to meet a lot of amazing non-profit groups at their booths.

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Some of the non-profit groups at Appleton’s Octoberfest

From the bands, to the arts & crafts, to the food and the beer… it was another amazing Octoberfest! Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Wayne’s Jerky tent!

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Healthy Back to School Snack Ideas and Printable Grocery List

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With the school year starting again, it’s time to start thinking about what food you’re going to send to school with your kids. Whether they just need a morning snack, or they need a complete lunch packed, it’s easy to run out of ideas for healthy and yummy food. And with a hectic schedule most parents want something quick and easy to prepare. With that in mind, we have created a great list of ideas for healthy back to school snacks that are nutritious, yummy and easy to prepare! We even have a free printable grocery list that you can use for grocery planning!

Veggies:

  • Carrot sticks or baby carrots
  • Cauliflower
  • Broccoli
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Celery sticks
  • Mini Peppers or bell pepper strips
  • Sugar snap peas
  • Cucumber slices

Fruit:

  • Banana
  • Orange
  • Clementine or mandarin orange
  • Peach
  • Nectarine
  • Cut-up melon
  • Berries
  • Grapes
  • Jicama slices
  • Papaya
  • Mango
  • Apple
  • Pears
  • Plums
  • Raisins and other dried fruits

 Meat, Cheese and Dairy:

  • Beef jerky
  • Turkey jerky
  • Deli meat
  • Cut-up Cheese chunks
  • Cottage cheese
  • String cheese
  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Low-sugar yogurt
  • Cream cheese

Miscellaneous:

  • Hummus
  • Peanut butter (or other nut butters)
  • Nuts
  • Roasted Chickpeas
  • Soy nuts
  • Pumpkin seeds (pepitas) or sunflower seeds
  • Trail mix
  • Sesame breadsticks
  • Whole wheat crackers
  • Whole grain cereals
  • Whole wheat tortillas
  • Popcorn
  • Granola bars made from whole grains (without high-fructose corn syrup)
  • Rice cakes
  • Baked pita chips
  • Baked snack chips and pretzels
  • Veggie chips/sticks
  • Mushroom jerky
  • Fruit leather made from 100% fruit
  • Applesauce (no sugar added)

For Variety, Mix and Match your Snacks:

Here are some examples:

  • Beef jerky and cheddar cheese chunks
  • Dried cranberries on apple slices with peanut butter
  • Hummus with tortilla triangles
  • Trail mix made with dried berries, seeds, nuts and/or cereal
  • Yogurt with granola and fruit
  • Cheese with whole wheat crackers
  • Hummus with vegetables
  • Turkey jerky, swiss cheese and grapes
  • Deli meat and cheese rolled in a whole wheat tortilla
  • Kabobs made with cheese cubes, fruit and pretzel sticks
  • Banana and peanut butter wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla
  • Ants on a log (cream cheese and raisins on celery sticks)
  • Deli meat and mustard wrapped around a sesame breadstick
  • Pretzel rods with peanut butter or mustard
  • Pistachios with dried apricots
  • Deli turkey rolled with lettuce and Dijon mustard

Printable Grocery List of Healthy Back to School Snacks

Free printable grocery list of healthy back to school snacks

Free printable grocery list of healthy back to school snacks

To download our free, printable grocery list of healthy back to school snacks, simply fill out the form below. We will email you the link to download the grocery list – plus you’ll receive our email newsletter too!

 

What are your favorite healthy snack ideas for your kids’ school lunches? Let us know in the comments below!

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Super Bowl Snacks – Like a Cheesehead

It’s been a long time but the Packers have finally made it back to the Super Bowl. You can keep your Philly Cheese Steaks because if there’s one thing Packer fans know how to do, it’s eat (and drink… so I guess that’s two things).

With only a week left until the big game, it’s not too early to plan your Packers Super Bowl party. Let’s start with our two favorite food groups: beer and cheese.

Wisconsin Beer Dip:

  • (2) 8-oz packages cream cheese
  • 1 package dry ranch dressing/dip mix (for example, Hidden Valley Ranch)
  • 3/4 cup beer (Wisconsin-brewed, of course)
  • 2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded

Mix all ingredients well. Refrigerate for a few hours or overnight. Serve with pretzels.

 More Beer-n-Cheese Recipes perfect for the Super Bowl:

  • A great idea we found on the Edible Antics blog is Deep Fried Cheese Curds! Beer + cheese + a deep fryer = Cheesehead Heaven!
  • Beer Cheese Soup– According to the chef, this recipe is from Curly’s Pub located in Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers.
  • Cheddar and Beer Fondue – courtesy of Rachael Ray. Serve with brats!

Fellow Cheeseheads, it’s time to break out your favorite recipes. Post them here in the Comments section below.

And while you’re searching through your Game Day recipes, check out this music video for “Fly Like a Cheesehead”!

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Go Pack Go!

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My grandson, Kaden. A true cheesehead!

Today is the big game between my beloved Packers and da Bears! NFC Championship Title, here we come!!

Here are 10 fun facts about the Packers, retrieved from the Packers Facebook page and the Packers website:

  1. With last week’s win over the number-one seed Atlanta Falcons, the No. 6-seeded Packers advance to today’s NFC Championship Game against Chicago, one win away from a trip to the Super Bowl and two wins away from the league title.
  2. The Packers never lost a game by more than four points this season. Even more impressive, they never trailed by more than seven points at any point in a game this season. This makes the Packers the first team since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970 to accomplish that over the course of a full schedule.
  3. Green Bay’s 3.33 average of margin of defeat this season was the lowest by a team with five or more losses since San Francisco’s 3.00 mark in 1995 when the 49ers finished 11-5.
  4. For the third straight week in the playoffs, the Packers will be traveling to face a team they also visited in the regular season.
  5. Today the Packers and Bears meet for game No. 182 in the all-time series and for just the second time ever in the postseason with a berth in Super Bowl XLV on the line.
  6. No two franchises in the NFL have met more than Green Bay and Chicago. The Bears lead 92-83-6 in the series, which includes the one postseason matchup.
  7. The one playoff the rivals had together was on December 14, 1941, at Wrigley Field in Chicago. Unfortunately the Bears beat the Packers 33-14.
  8. Not only is this only the second postseason meeting between the Packers and the Bears, but this is just the fourth time that both teams advanced to the playoffs in the same season.
  9. The Packers and Bears split the season series, with each team winning on its home field. Chicago beat Green Bay, 20-17, at Soldier Field in Week 3 while the Packers clinched a playoff berth with their 10-3 victory at Lambeau Field in Week 17. With the games being decided by a total of 10 points, it was the lowest number in the season series since 1998 (Green Bay sweep, 26-20, 16-13).
  10. Today the Packers look to become the first No. 6 seed in the NFC to advance to the Super Bowl since the NFL went to a 12-team playoff format in 1990. The 2005 Pittsburgh Steelers are the only other No. 6 seed to advance to the Super Bowl since 1990.

Check out the Packers-Bears NFC Championship Game Dope Sheet for more fun facts about the Packers.

Wisconsin Packer fans – make sure to check back after the Packer’s win today for a “Headin’ to the Super Bowl” special from Wayne’s Jerky! GO PACK GO!!!

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