One of my weaknesses is snack foods. I love a bit of sea salt, some flavor variety and crunch. I am able to satisfy this craving with tortilla chips. There are many choices out there, so I was pleased when I had the opportunity to try Food Should Taste Good All Natural Tortilla Chips. Food should taste good, now shouldn’t it? Pete Lescoe agrees. He created Food Should Taste Good, Inc in 2006. His goal was to make a unique new snack with great taste, real ingredients, and sophisticated flavor – the qualities he is most passionate about in food. In my opinion, with these natural tortilla chips; he knocked it out of the park.
How many of you are checking labels to see what ingredients are going into your food? I know I am checking my food labels, especially with all the news lately about what is going into our food. Food Should Taste Good has quality natural ingredients in their tortilla chips. I am very familiar with the short list of ingredients in each package, which not only makes me feel good about what I am eating, but also what I feed to my family and friends. Another bonus is when I am familiar with the ingredients it saves time when scanning a label. Who wants to have to Google the ingredients in their chips?
The first variety of tortilla chips I tried was the Multigrain flavor. Each chip is full of brown rice, flax, sesame & sunflower seeds, and quinoa. It’s amazing all that goes into one chip, but it does. Sometimes I shy away from trying foods that are healthy for me because I tend to not like the flavor. The Multigrain is big on flavor and big on nutritious ingredients. Shhh… don’t tell the kids. I loved these by themselves or paired with a little pico de gallo.Next up was the Blue Corn flavor. They have blue corn, and like the Multigrain, it also has brown rice, flax, sesame & sunflower seeds, and quinoa in each chip. Again you can’t go wrong eating these delicious chips by themselves. One bonus of these tortilla chips is the low sodium content. My mom has to watch her salt in-take and to me, Food Should Taste Good Chips have the perfect amount of sea salt in them. If you like to dip your chips; I suggest a good homemade salsa, pico de gallo or hummus. With all the fresh produce out there at Farmer’s Markets and from your very own gardens; you are sure to either find some homemade fresh dips or go make some yourself.I love all of these tortilla chips, but the Jalapeno flavored ones is one of my favorites. I go for a little kick in many of the foods I eat. It’s not too little kick and not too much kick, it’s just right for my taste buds. These tortilla chips are made with jalapenos and crushed red pepper. If I’m in the mood for a dip; I’d pair this with some guacamole or a queso cheese dip.
And the last flavor I tried was the Sweet Potato. Did you guess what it’s made of? You got! Sweet potatoes. The great thing about these chips is you get a bit of salty & sweet at the same time. I wasn’t sure what I would pair this with if I was in the mood for a dip, so while I was looking at the package I found that Food Should Taste Good gives you ideas of what to pair your chips with. Check out the back of your package, on the lower right hand side of the bag. How cool of them to do that!
All four flavors I tried are all natural, whole grain, certified gluten free, certified vegan, certified kosher, cholesterol free, MSG free, trans fat free, and no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives! You can feel good about your family eating the snacks from Food Should Taste Good.
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To purchase Food Should Taste Good products, you can find them available at many conventional and natural grocery stores throughout the U.S. and Canada or in their online store.
I received the products to review. All opinions are my own. No other form of compensation was received.