Tags: Baked Original Multigrain Chips

2 Jul 2010, Comments (3)

Michael Season’s

Author: Healthnuttxo

Are you a fan of chips? I never really was one to reach for chips when it came to snacking, but as of lately, I noticed that they go perfect with or after my lunch. When I’m not necessarily hungry, but still in the mood to munch!

Luckily for me, the generous people over at Michael Season’s sent me some of their snacks to try, including the Baked Sweet Barbeque Potato Crisps, Baked Original Multigrain Chips, and Thin & Crispy Honey Barbeque Chips

Baked Sweet Barbeque Potato Crisps- these remind me of regular baked chips, with a light barebeque flavor. They had a lightly sweet, not spicy barbeque flavor, with a hint of brown sugar. They had a strong potato flavor as well. I liked that they came in a 100 calorie bag, and there was actually a decent amount for that portion!  4 stars (These are also wheat & gluten free!)

Baked Original Multigrain Chips- these had a softer consistency than I thought they would, not too much of a crunch, and were airy and light (almost like a puffed snack). Again, I liked that I got a lot for 100 calories! When I’m in the mood to munch, it’s good that I can eat a lot without eating too much fat or calories. These had a mild corn flavor, and were lightly salted. 3 1/2 stars (These are also wheat & gluten free!)

Thin & Crispy Honey Barbeque Potato Chips- these chips were light and definetely “crispy”! They had a good potato flavor, which I liked, but a rather mild barbeque flavor. Not as much as I had expected for the barbeque flavor, but still tasty! I also liked that these didn’t have a very greasy feel, and had a nice crunch. 4 stars

For information about the ingredients & nutritional information, you can click here

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