I'm a sucker for a salty chip, and love to dip them in homemade salsa, hummus, or guacamole. I also like to crunch on plain chips, too. Regular corn chips can bore the palate, so when I found these Garden of Eatin' Multigrain Chips ($3.29), I was more than interested in trying them. They're made with whole flaxseeds so they sound healthier than regular corn chips, but are they? To find out read more
Crunchy, salty, tasty, and sometimes an accidental meal, I'd have to say that Garden of Eatin's Blue Corn Tortilla Chips are one of my favorite snacks.
They have a whole line of chips made out of blue corn such as regular, No Salt if you're watching your sodium intake, Red Hot Blues made with a hint of zingy cayenne pepper, Little Soy Blues made with toasted soybeans, Sesame Blues uniquely made with sesame seeds and Sunny Blues made with sunflower seeds.
You'll feel good dipping them into your hummus, knowing they're:
- Made With Organic Corn
- No Hydrogenated Oils
- No Artificial Flavors or Colors
- No Preservatives
- No Trans Fat
- Made With Expeller Pressed Oil
- Kosher Certified
- Cooked in Filtered Water
As far as snacks go, that's pretty good. And what else is great? They also make Yellow Corn Chips, Mini Corn Chips (great for kids), White Corn Chips, Red Corn Chips, and Taco Shells. They also have a line of Pita Chips and Microwave Popcorn. They really know how to snack.
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