You may recall that I love the Food Should Taste Good Multigrain Chips. However, until a few weeks ago, they were the only ones I had been able to try. I recently won a box of chips from a contest at Catherine’s blog, A Gluten Free Guide. The boys and I cracked open the box and tried each of the 6 new-to-us flavors. Please note that we tried them all plain. The Food Should Taste Good website lists some “recommended accompaniments” for each chip.
Don’t forget, they are certified gluten-free by the GFCO!
Olive – I don’t like olives, and neither does Braden. Carter liked it, though.
The Works! – We all liked these, though we probably wouldn’t want to eat a whole bag.
Buffalo – The cayenne pepper in this was a bit too much for us. Our tongues were a little hot, lol.
Chocolate – These really intrigued us. They are great chips, but they are probably not what you might think they would be. They are not sweet, and a bit difficult to describe, but we really think you should give them a try.
Jalapeno – These were pretty spicy. I’m a mild salsa type of person, but I bet if you like hot salsa then you would love these plain. For the rest of us, though, they might make some excellent nachos.
Sweet Potato – These are awesome! They were easily our favorite. I could barely keep the boys out of the teeny tiny bag, lol.
Something that we really like about these chips is that it is not a sprayed-on flavor. Braden and Carter really like that each chip has its own size and shape.
The good people at Food Should Taste Good have been working hard to develop new flavors. Available this month will be Lime, Potato & Chive, Yellow Corn, and Cinnamon! I hope they will be at the GIG conference for me to try.
Have you signed up for the GIG Annual Education Conference? If not, hurry up and do so. The conference is just a month away! I am so excited to go, and hope I see some of you there.