Food Should Taste Good sent us several varieties of their chips to try.
We served both chocolate and Kettle Corn at our annual driveway movie. The crowd fell in love the Chocolate Chips (everyone thought that "Chocolate chips" sounded clever, too). The adults, especially loved this flavor as chocolate just leaves you feeling good.
My family's new found love is the Kettle Corn variety. These chips just give us intense joy to eat! I'm not sure where they have been all my live, but they are here to stay. They are just the right intense blend of salty and sweet. We are addicted and have already replenished our pantry with them.
Food Should Taste Good Chips are all natural and made from real simple ingredients. For example, the Chocolate variety are made of: Stone Ground Corn, Sunflower Oil or Safflower Oil, Semi-Sweet Chocolate Powder, Evaporated Cane Juice, Corn Bran, Dutch Cocoa Powder, Vanilla Extract and Sea Salt. Food Should Taste Good Chips are free of cholesterol, preservatives and trans fat, and do not use genetically modified ingredients (GMOs).
These chips are certified Kosher and Gluten Free, lower in sodium and are a good source of dietary fiber.
On the back of each bag are fun suggestions on what you could serve your chips with. The Chocolate variety suggests: Peanut Butter and Banana Slices, Vanilla Ice Cream, gently heated and salsa.
Food Should Taste Good is giving one of my readers a Sample Box of 5 bags of chips:
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