Thursday, February 24, 2011

Food Should Taste Good Chips

These chips are all natural, gluten free, a good source of fiber, cholesterol free, and no trans fat.  Thanks to the good people at Food Should Taste Good , I got a sample box to try. 

First ones I tried were Sweet Potato chips.  These are the color and shape of a Sweet Potato.  I was hesistant at first,  since sweet potatoes are not my favorite of foods, but these are very tasty! 
These are good alone or they suggest a fruit salsa.  In fact, I couldn't help myself but to almost eat the entire bag, with a little help from my son.  they have a bit of sweetness to them.

Next I tried the Jalapeno chips.  They certainly have a kick to them. If you enjoy spice, these are the ones for you.  These would be good paired with a fruit salsa or some guacamole.  These would be great for my husband who loves the extra spice.

Third were the Olive Chips, first bite you could definetely taste olive flavor.  These are a very different and interesting chip, not boring.  They have black, green, and Kalamata olives in them.  Not too powerful, would be great with a hummus dip.

Fourth are the Multigrain chips.  I can definetely taste the sesame seeds.  These are kind of like a cracker, nice crunch and flavorful.  Suggestions are a bean dip or a spinach dip, would be great with a cheese on top too.

Last crackers I tried are the Blue Corn.  These were pretty basic, not much flavor compared to the other chips.  Would be much better dipped in a salsa, or perhaps a spinach dip.  I tried them dipped in guacamole tofutti very good.

Overall my favorites of the five were the Sweet Potato and the Olive for flavor. 

Make sure to go to their website and get a dollar off coupon.

They do sell these chips at my local Sendik's and at Whole Foods, you can also check online for local stores that carry them.


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