A hint of cane sugar enhances the natural nuttiness of the sweet potato in a chip that is a riff on a classic baked sweet potato. Try the chips with a fresh fruit salsa or garlic dip.
I received a bag of these chips in my December Love with Food box.
What I Think:
Over the course of the last couple of years, I’ve been introduced to some snack chip products that are providing some really delicious and seemingly more healthy options to tortilla chips.
Now, as I’ve said on more than one occasion, I’m not a nutritionist, nor do I pretend to be. I don’t always eat as healthy as I could or should. Flavor to me is just as important – even more important! – than nutritional value. If something doesn’t taste good, I’m not going to eat it just because it’s good for me.
I’m liking these Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips. According to the list of ingredients, corn is still a primary ingredient in these chips. But what I like about this list of ingredients is the shortness of it:
Stone Ground Corn, High Oleic Sunflower Oil and/or Safflower Oil, Sweet Potato, Corn Bran, Evaporated Cane Juice, Sea Salt
There’s not a lot of stuff there that I can’t pronounce. There’s not a lot of stuff there at all. Sure, it might be healthier if the oils weren’t there, and the cane juice wasn’t there. But, there aren’t a whole lot of chips out on the market that don’t have some oil in them. That said, these don’t feel or taste oily or greasy.
Instead, they taste light and they offer a satisfying cruch. They’re lightly salted, with a delicious sweet potato and corn taste. The product description above suggests serving them with a dip or salsa, but, I like them straight out of the bag too.
My Final Thoughts:
These are definitely tasty. A product I could see myself buying when I’m in the supermarket now that I’ve tried them.