Saturday, 14 July 2012
Pop Chips Review
I recently received an assorted box of Pop chips to try out.Naturally delicious and healthy, Pop chips are potato chips that are neither fried, nor baked they are "popped" using a very special method. Potatoes are converted into potato granules which are then forced into a press and heated , this method causes the granules to stick together and a chip is popped. The chips are then flavoured using fresh spices and flavourings.They came in an amazing array of flavours such as original, barbecue, sea salt and vinegar, jalapeño, salt and pepper, parmesan and garlic, cheddar, sour cream and onion, chilli lime and Thai sweet chilli.
The pop chips has are gluten free and low in calories. They come in two sizes individual bags and a large sharing bag. The individual bags can be purchased in a variety pack of 6 bags or 11 bags.In the UK you can buy them on line here or at selected Waitrose, Selfridges, Costco and W H Smiths stores.
My favourite was the sea salt and vinegar they were crunchy, had just the right bite and a balanced salt and sour taste. I could not stop munching them. Thank you to pop chips for sending me these wonderful healthy chips.
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