One snack that quickly became a favorite here is the delicious all natural FoodShouldTasteGood chips. A while back this company sent us a box of all their great flavors. They went fast and of course got a great review.Read the may review of FoodShouldTasteGood chips here
When I was informed by FoodShouldTasteGood that they had released four new flavors: Yellow Corn, Lime, Potato and Chives and Cinnamon, I was more than happy to try them all and I was once again impressed with these products. Each flavor is strong without being overwhelming and lightly coated with just the right amount of complementary seasonings. The ingredients list for each of these chips is short and simple with no artificial flavorings, preservatives, or MSG added. The result is a high quality, all-natural snack that manages to be wholesome while still being packed with flavor. In addition to being gluten free, they are also lactose and trans fat free. This is a hard combination to beat, especially with a chip.
Yellow Corn is the simplest of the new flavors, made only with stone ground corn, sunflower and safflower oil, and lightly seasoned with sea salt. Though it is simple it taste great, is nice and crunchy, and sturdy enough to go perfectly with many dips and salsas.
Lime chips also would go great with similar dips, though I was content to eat them alone as a snack. I was extremely impressed with the Lime chips as soon as I opened the bag because I could immediately smell the real lime. After smelling them I thought the flavor was going to be too intense, however it turned out to be perfectly balanced.
Potato and Chives chips are extremely good. The flavor is so real that it is more like a crunchy baked potato than just a corn chip. I like these best when served with a dip made out of sour cream and fresh cut veggies.
The Cinnamon chips were a surprise hit for me since I’m not a huge fan of cinnamon. Yet I found myself eating chip after chip of this flavor. They are a nice combination of slightly sweet and mildly salty with a hint of cinnamon spice.
Along with these four new flavors, FoodShouldTasteGood has also added more flavors to their 1.5 oz line. The 1.5 oz line is the perfect size to fit into a school or work lunch or an easy to grab snack at home and provide a healthier, yet still very tasty, gluten free alternative to a potato chip.
To learn more about this great gluten free product line visit FoodShouldTasteGood.com. There you will get full product details, recipes, suggestions and special offers.