Veg Chips: now this is the way I like my beets! Â 🙂 Thin and crispy, these chips give you a chance to try something you might not otherwise, like beets and parsnips. Â I think, though, this may be the first time I’ve ever had chips made from carrots. Â The beets and carrots, though crispy and crunchy, just seem to make your mouth party itself into a salivation frenzy. Â Yeah, it’s like that. Â All I can get out of Braden is a vigorous nod of the head while he stuffs his face.
Lightly Sea Salted, they mean lightly. Â It has less than half the sodium of the others. Â The sunflower oil that they are fried in gives it a hint of a different flavor than many potato chips. Â Braden can’t keep his hand out of the bag.
Mmmmm… Mature Cheddar and Chives. Â Yeah, there won’t be anything left in this bag tonight. Â They are “tremendous with a cheeky pickled onion” according to the bag. Â I don’t know about that, but they’re pretty tremendous all on their own. Â This is definitely not your typical “cheese-flavor” found on chips and the like. Â Each chip is a new surprise, too. Â Some have just a hint of flavor and some have an explosion. Â You may not want to eat these on a date, though. Â The chives hang with you. Â But they’re tasty chives.
Braden, put down the Lightly Sea Salted bag and step away from the chips. Â Well, everyone else is binge-ing on crappy all-you-can-eat gluteny pizza somewhere, so I’m being the awesome mother that I am and sharing potato chips for dinner with my gluten-free man. Â Yeah.
Well, I wrote this post a few weeks ago and had a couple more bags of chips to try. Â I opened the Sweet Chili & Red Pepper and had a couple, but left the bag on the counter, not on the review shelf. Â Oops. Â I came home to find my husband had eaten the entire bag. Â I guess he thought they were really good. Â Take my word when I say you need to give these a try. Â Who ever heard of star anise in a spicy pepper chip?