Sunspire says their Natural White Chocolate Chips are the only white chocolate chips on the market that are free of trans fats. They are all natural and made without refined sugars, hydrogenated oils, trans fats, preservatives, artificial flavors or colors.
These chips were good, really good in the cookies I baked, each morsel melting 'just enough' for cookie perfection, and I am not even a big fan of white chocolate (hey - it's not even really chocolate). I'll admit that I also are the tiny bites by themselves, as a little snack while baking, and they were deliciously fun to eat. Now, I don't recommend eating chocolate chips as a snack, natural or not, since they are still loaded with sugars. But they are a good go-to when baking. It is nice to be able to use a more natural product whenever possible.
Each bag is 10 oz and around $5.00. I consider that to be pretty pricey for a bag of chocolate chips, but considering they are not used everyday, I can justify a little splurge to make a more natural, healthy cookie! Each package contains 18- two tablespoon servings, which provides 80 calories, 4 grams of fat and 10 grams of sugars.
Again, they are pretty much little bites of sugar, so use sparingly. But for when you are making recipes that call for chocolate chips, consider these before other brands, because., as we mentioned before, they are free of trans fats and additives, plus a short, sweet and simple ingredients list to boot (Evaporated cane juice, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, nonfat milk powder, soy lecithin, pure natural vanilla).