Is there really such thing as “healthy” junk food? The closest thing I have found is the tasty chips from Way Better Snacks. My family and I tasted all 6 varieties of these chips and we were impressed. In fact, we had a tough time choosing which flavor was the best.
All the chips have a nice, crunchy texture and a good “mouth feel” to them; they didn’t taste like cardboard or like a fake snack of any kind. Every chip contains sprouted grains, which provides many health benefits. These include: increased vitamins and minerals, increased antioxidants, increased digestibility, increased nutrient absorption, etc. It’s almost like you need to eat these to improve your health!
Here are our thoughts on each of the 6 flavors:
Black Bean – an all-around good tortilla chip. These disappear fast because they taste so good! Personally, I don’t like beans, but these have no “bean-y” taste to them; they just taste like a healthy chip.
Multi-Grain – the packaging calls these “Sunny” chips. You can really taste the flax-seed in these, which is a good thing. I thought these tasted most like Sun Chips brand chips.
No-Salt Naked Blues – blue tortilla chips are fun, no question about it. If your diet limits or prevents you from having salt – here’s a great chip that you can still indulge in and feel good about it.
Sweet Potato – these chips don’t have a typical sweet potato flavor. In fact, my husband usually hates sweet potato chips, but he gave these two thumbs up!
Sweet Chili – this was my husband and I’s favorite flavor. They taste like a spicier version of Nacho Cheese Doritos, without the red dye!
Unbeatable Blues – my son liked these the best. In fact, he was very eager to share him with his friends (and they liked them too!).
There are many places to purchase Way Better Snacks, including Whole Foods Markets. Or, if you aren’t near any of those many locations, you can even order them in groups of 6 right from the company website. So, get snacking!
Disclaimer: Way Better Snacks provided me with free samples of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.