This is the 4th variety of Food Should Taste Good chips that we've reviewed here on Iateapie.net. So far the MultiGrain and Cinnamon Tortilla Chips are our favorites, while the Chocolate Chips were just okay. I recently received a free sample of Food Should Taste Good Potato & Chive Chips and with the excellent track record for this brand, I couldn't wait to try it.
Normally, I am not one to reach for potato chips; but this cross between a tortilla chip and a potato chip put a smile on my face. The somewhat thin and crispy chips possess a scrumptious, mouthwatering lightness. The flavor profile is comparable to that of a baked potato. It tastes almost as though someone baked the skin of a potato into a chip ... in a weirdly delicious way. They are not overly salty and the flavor profile is thorough, entertaining your taste buds from start to finish (as opposed to simply being a coating that enhances the chip).
A 1 ounce serving of Food Should Taste Good Potato & Chive Chips provides 140 calories, 11% & 5% of the daily value for total and saturated fat, 5% of the DV for sodium, 16% of the DV for fiber, no sugar and 2 grams of protein. The ingredients are simply, stone ground corn, potato (Russet & Superior), high oleic sunflower and/or safflower oil, corn bran, chives and sea salt.
These all natural chips are Gluten free, Kosher, lactose free and contain no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Yes - this is another Food Should taste Good Chip that I'm enamored with. A 7 oz bag of Food Should Taste Good Potato & Chive Chips cost me somewhere in the neighborhood of $3.00 - not to mention you can get $1.00 off instantly by signing up as a fan at FoodShouldTasteGood.com.
Whereas the total fat is a little on the high side - this is a snack and should be treated as such - the simple ingredients list and delightful taste means I will be buying this again.