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I was given a wonderful opportunity by the good people of Food Should Taste Good to try 5 bags of chips (of my choosing) AND provide a giveaway to you all (my wonderful readers).
Can't get much better than this.
Are you familiar with these delicious snacks?
Well if not let me tell you a little bit about them.
The company was started in 2006 with a mission to create a healthier snack using quality ingredients. They are a good source of dietary fiber and come in 16 flavors in their 5.5 oz line: Multigrain, Sweet Potato, Olive, Jalapeno, Lime, Cantina, The Works!, Chocolate, Blue Corn, Cheddar, White Cheddar, Toasted Sesame, Hemp, Jalapeno with Cheddar, Hatch Chile and Kettle Corn. There is a brand new line of Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips with 4 flavors: Original, BBQ, Salt & Pepper, and Salt & Vinegar.
The flavors I selected were:
I will start with the chocolate, because I really thought they would be the weirdest (even though Andrea from Clean Up and Eat said they were delish). These were a good dessert chip. Perfect alone or with a sweet vanilla yogurt dip.
Kettle Corn fell in line next just for the sweetness it provided. They taste just like kettle corn you would get at a street festival or county fair (just made with better ingredients...no GMO's). I feel these are good just on their own, no need for any dips however I do need to work on a caramel dip and then they would be completely over the top.
Jalapeno I enjoyed in nacho form. A little homemade pico de gallo and a sprinkling of cheese was all it needed. These chips do pack a bit of heat, which I LOVE (the rest of the family not so much, but they are wusses when it comes to spice), and a make a great side to any Mexican feast.
Salt & Vinegar has been a chip I started liking when I was pregnant with Caroline almost 3 years ago. Something about the salt & vinegar combination sat well with my stomach (which was in a constant state of flux from that little girl). Anyway the sweet potato version ramps it up by adding the slight sweetness on top of the yummy salt and vinegar tang.
The Works...well lets just say these were my favorite (which was a really tough decision to make) but I love bagels, especially Everything Bagels. That is exactly what these tasted like and I just fell in love. I used a homemade ranch dip with plain Chobani Greek yogurt and was just in heaven.
Now that I have your mouth watering for some delicious crunchy chips lets get to the business of entering the giveaway.
The Prize: 5 bags of Food Should Taste Good chips (you get to pick the flavors..WINNING)
To enter you just need to do the following:
1) Leave a comment and tell me what your number 1 flavor would be
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5) Like Food Should Taste Good on Facebook and comment
If you would like you can get a coupon from their site here.
The giveaway will be open until Wednesday February 15th and is only open to US residents. I will announce the winner on Thursday's post.
Have a wonderful Monday and I hope you all are ready for Valentine's Day. I know I am super excited to share my post with you tomorrow.