Sunday, April 14, 2013

Food Should Taste Good - Review & Giveaway!

Those of you who know me well know that I'm not exactly winning any "Responsible Adult" awards when it comes to feeding myself. I tend to get so caught up in what I'm doing that I'll drink some coffee or mindlessly eat a few chips, and then totally forget to eat anything else.

Photo: We think our ingredients help make our chips extraordinary. So tell us, what ingredient is your favorite in our chips?

Food Should  Taste Good sent me four bags of their tortilla chips to try out. These chips are a fun change from the snacks I usually grab, and they're a bit healthier, too! They're all gluten-free and most flavors are vegan.

Food Should Taste Good Sweet Potato
The Sweet Potato flavor was the first that I tried, and I wasn't quite sure what to expect from these! As the packaging says, all of these chips are somewhere between a tortilla chip and a cracker, so they work on their own or with an accompaniment. I was pleasantly surprised by the Sweet Potato- they're not something I'd eat all the time, but they were fun and different! A great mix of sweet-salty. One of the great things about this brand is that the ingredient list on each bag is full of words you actually know, not eighty letter long mystery ingredients. For example, the sweet potato chips contain stone ground corn, high oleic sunflower oil and/or safflower oil, sweet potato, corn bran, evaporated cane juice, and sea salt.

Food Should Taste Good The Works
My favorite of the four flavors I tried; Just don't plan on kissing anyone immediately after! The onion and garlic are tasty and satisfying without being overpowering. SO good! I am embarrassed to even tell you guys how quickly I went through this bag.

Food Should Taste Good Lime
Lime wasn't my favorite, but then again I generally don't like anything lime flavored. Although these aren't my personal taste, I can totally see how they would pair well with a lot of Mexican foods!

Food Should Taste Good Multigrain
The Multigrain are the most versatile of the flavors I tried, since the flavor is mostly just "crackery" (totally a word), so it will go with almost anything you want to pair this chip with.

There are 14 more flavors of tortilla chips beyond the ones I tried (I really want to try Olive and Cheddar!), as well as four flavors of Kettle Cooked chips, and one kind of brown rice crackers. For more info, you can find Food Should Taste Good on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest!

The snazzy folks at Food Should Taste Good are going to hook one of you up with a selection of chips, too! Want to win? Just enter using the Rafflecopter app below! All entries are optional, so you can do as many or as few as you like. Got questions? Just leave me a comment! Happy entering!





a Rafflecopter giveaway

I received complimentary products to facilitate my review, but all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received. Giveaway prize is provided by the sponsor. 

No comments: