As we were wandering down the cracker/chip aisle, we passed these Multi-Grain chips. I saw the brand, Food Should Taste Good, and thought it sounded familiar. Mom proclaimed they were her favorite chips, so I grabbed a bag for her. When suddenly, I realized why they seemed familiar. On the box that the bags were sitting in was a sign –
Oh sweet words! These chips are certified through the Gluten-Free Certification Organization, run by the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America. Can you tell I was excited? So I bought myself a bag.
The picture of the chip is about the actual size, give or take a little (unless you have a very large or very small screen, lol). A serving size is 10 chips, and is (for my purposes) 15 grams of carbs (18 – 3 for fiber). 15 grams is what I’m supposed to have for snacks, so I was extra excited to have these available for snack time.
These are excellent chips. A little salty, and yet, a little sweet sometimes. They say on the bag that they believe that the flavor should be in the chips and not on them. Well, I think they did a pretty good job with that.
Food Should Taste Good currently has 3 other certified gf chips:
A chocolate tortilla chip? Count me in. Next time I hit Whole Foods, HEB, or Sprouts, I’m going in search of these!