I love chips and I have a hard time putting the bag down once I start eating so knowing that Food Should Taste Good® makes a healthy chip made me feel a bit less bad about snacking on chips!
We tried out 4 different kinds of Food Should Taste Good® but my ultimate favorite was the lime chip. I can actually imagine eating these while sitting on the beach with the waves splashing at my feet. The lime is irresistibly yummy! The flavors I tested were: Blue Corn, Barbeque, Sweet Potato, and Lime. All great, but I had a reigning favorite as I mentioned. The lime are made with real lime juice and trust me, you can taste it! The chips are that good, and the crunch is really satisfying.
Here is what makes these chips great! The ingredients have zero trans fats and no cholesterol, while they are certified gluten free and Kosher.
The Sweet Potato Flavor was interesting because it actually tasted like a sweet potato. These were crunchy, but because I have no true affection for sweet potatoes it was not my top of the chart chip. The chip itself though is delicious if you have the like for sweet potatoes! These are all natural, and salted to perfection.
I loved the flavor of this chip, and it was nutty in nature. The crunch was excellent and fresh salsa was a true compliment to the chip. These are great served up with a batch of margaritas! The recipe includes, flaxseed, quinoa and organic blue corn.
Food Should Taste Good has provided me with the chance to give you a 4 pack of these chips as well. I can’t wait to start this contest, because good chips are just a crunch away. Good Luck to all those who enter.
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