Food Should Taste Good®, who can argue with that? Not me! That’s the concept behind this brand – food that’s good for you but that also tastes great. I had the opportunity to try several of their natural chips. Some I loved immediately, a few took a few chips to get into, and one was not one I’d buy again, but overall the chips were tasty, fresh, and fabulous!
With a brand name that says it all, Food Should Taste Good chips are made from the highest quality, all-natural ingredients baked into the chips. All chip varieties are gluten free, cholesterol free, have no trans fats and do not use genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). They are also certified Kosher, low in sodium and are a good source of dietary fiber. The chips combine the crunchiness of a chip, the crispiness of a cracker, and the dippability of a tortilla chip.
The chips are available in a wide range of flavors. The current offerings are: Multigrain, Sweet Potato, Olive, Jalapeño, The Works!, Chocolate, Lime, Yellow Corn, Blue Corn and Cheddar.
My favorite chips were The Works. These generously sized chips taste a lot like my favorite bagel only in a crunchy chip version. It beautifully blends the tastes of onion, garlic, poppy, and caraway seeds together. It’s amazing naked, but even better with a little cream cheese on top. The ingredient label is easy to read – nothing but pure and natural ingredients – stone ground corn, high oleic sunflower oil and/or safflower oil, evaporated cane juice, corn bran, garlic, onion, poppy seeds, sea salt, and caraway seeds. The only improvement they could make is to use organic products. It’s that close to perfect. Oh, and pictures? Ya, they were gone before I could get my camera out. Sorry.
My least favorite chips were the Chocolate variety. Don’t get me wrong, I was looking forward to trying them and was thrilled to rip open the bag and dig in. But one taste and I knew they weren’t for me. I love salty/sweet things, but the chocolate was an aftertaste. I did however grow to love the Sweet Potato. On first taste I wasn’t a fan, but after a few tries at them I grew to love them. The Multigrain and Olive were both immediate favorites.
Amazon.com offers all of the flavors of FoodShouldTasteGood Tortilla Chips and on their subscription plan. The price is about $2.10 per bag (family size) if you use their subscribe and save plan (I do!). You can have the chips auto-delivered in the intervals that work for your family (choose from every 1,2,3 or 6 months). Amazon also offers individual snack bags to help with portion control or to make packing a lunch easier.
You can’t go wrong with Food Should Taste Good chips. They’re attractive – each flavor has a unique shape – and delicious. That they’re natural and not full of chemicals our bodies don’t need is a plus! Purchase a bag or two and I think you’ll toss those junk chips that are so readily available for these.