Disclaimer: I was provided samples of each of the below products from Food Should Taste Good to review. All opinions are my own.
Happy Tuesday all! As you may remember from Instagram, I was sent a box of Food Should Taste Good chips to review. Since I was leaving for my mini-vacay, I decided to hold off on posting my review until now so I could put the time in it deserves. Because guys, these chips are amazing!
I first heard of Food Should Taste Good through a friend who works for a company that distributes (and gets to sample!) these chips. I love their company and what they stand for, so I thought I would reach and see if they would be willing to let me do a review!
First, a couple of things about Food Should Taste Good:
- Their all natural chips are made from real, simple ingredients. The way it should be!
- All of the chip varieties are certified Kosher and Gluten Free, lower in sodium, and free of cholesterol, preservatives and trans fats.
- They currently have over 20 Tortilla flavors and five Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato flavors. Find all of our products, company information, online store, and much more on our website.
I was most intrigued by the Chocolate flavor and it was the first flavor I tried. Chocolate chips?! This had the potential to be either a new favorite or a complete miss. The verdict? I liked it! I didn’t think the chips had an overwhelming chocolate taste, which I like. Instead the chocolate flavor was quite subtle, with just a touch of sweetness, and I think it worked well. I paired this chip with peanut butter for an after-dinner snack one night.
The bag also suggested pairing these with vanilla ice cream, peanut butter, or bananas. I love that the bag has little tips like this – I never would have thought to crumble over ice cream!
Verdict: Overall, I liked these.
Oh, sweet potato. This chip was delicious and I feel tasted most like the flavor it was named after. Biting in to the sweet potato chip, it had the sweetness of a sweet potato, but also felt more hearty and crunchy than a typical chip. I really felt as if I was getting the must bang for my buck with the Sweet Potato. I paired this with my favorite hummus and it was a perfect afternoon snack!
These would also pair well with peanut butter!
Verdict? Will definitely buy again!
These were my overall favorite! Biting into the Kimchi, the flavor was sensational! The Kimchi flavor had just enough spice to give the flavor a kick (probably in part to the onion and garlic), but not too much that it was overwhelming. I truly could not get enough of these chips and this was the first bag I finished. I brought the Kimchi to work as a snack each day and ate them plain – absolutely no need for hummus or dip!
Verdict? A must-have for my pantry!
Ah, pumpkin. Now that it’s December, it feels a bit wrong to be talking about pumpkin! But that doesn’t make the Harvest Pumpkin flavor any less tasty. Like the sweet potato, the Harvest Pumpkin definitely is sweet in flavor, but the cinnamon and nutmeg really help make it taste like a fall treat. To me, this was a perfect after dinner snack; it had just enough sweetness that it tasted like a treat!
Verdict? I liked it!
Overall, I loved the sample of chips I received from Food Should Taste Good and will definitely be keeping at least a bag in my pantry. I think the flavors were also very distinct but each good in their own way. I also loved that I could pronounce all of the ingredients on the ingredient list! The Food Should Taste Good website is also fantastic and I highly recommend checking it out!
Food Should Do Good <–one of the reasons this company is so amazing!
(Just a note: If you are looking for Food Should Taste Good in your local grocery store, you may want to check the Health section – that’s where my local Hy-Vee stocks them!)
- Have you tried Food Should Taste Good? What is your favorite product or flavor?