I’m pleased to bring you a review of – and host a giveaway for – the tasty line of Food Should Taste Good chips; the headquarters of which are just a few towns over from where I live. Needham, MA is the home of this company that produces a variety of delicious chips made with real, wholesome ingredients.
The package I received included a full bag of each of the following flavors: Cheddar, Chocolate, Blue Corn, and Kettle-Cooked Sweet Potato.
The first bag I ripped into ended up being my favorite, although I enjoyed all of the four flavors.
The cheddar tortilla chips boast a real cheddar flavor, (none of that artificial aftertaste that other cheese-flavored chips have), and are super addictive at only 7 grams of fat per serving. These crunchy chips are hearty enough to use for dipping, but the cheddar flavor is so good I suggest eating them solo!
I was expecting a dessert-like taste when I dipped into the chocolate tortilla chip bag, but these rectangular-shaped chips are more savory than sweet. A nice compliment to the mellow chocolate flavor would be a freshly made strawberry salsa.
Ah, the classic blue corn tortilla chip! We dunked these tasty little gems (which are actually pretty low in sodium at 80 mg per serving!) into guacamole for the perfect Mexican feast precursor.
A departure from the tortilla chips were these kettle cooked sweet potato chips, which taste precisely like what they should: sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes, oil, and sea salt are the only ingredients in these crispy chips, and the sweet potato flavor really shines through.
Want to try some Food Should Taste Good chips for yourself? For a chance to win a sample box in the mail, leave a comment on this post by Monday, May 20th. A winner will be randomly chosen and contacted for their mailing address.