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Review: Baked Classics Crisps

When Baked Classics asked if I wanted to sample their chips, I jumped at the chance!  Is the sky blue?  Well, is it blue in most places?  LOL!  They quickly sent me all three varieties of their chips to sample. 

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Do you see the middle bag?  Vanilla Frosting chips?  Of course I busted open that bag as soon as I saw it.  What an amazing treat!!  The other varieties were equally as good.  The Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper was a little spicy, but has a great flavor.  The BBQ is spot on without being overly seasoned.  Well done! 

More about Baked Classics:

SAVORY SNACKS WITHOUT AN OUNCE OF GUILT. Baked Classics® popped potato and multigrain crisps are packed with flavor, not fat. These oh-so-satisfying crisps are made with all natural potatoes, whole grains and seasonings, then popped. The result? A snack that’s just what you’ve been craving and a healthy alternative that won’t leave your palate feeling the least bit deprived.

More taste. Less waist. Baked Classics have always been and will always be all natural:

  • No cholesterol
  • No trans fat
  • no saturated fat
  • no preservatives
  • No MSG
  • No high fructose corn syrup
  • Kosher certified
  • Gluten free
  • Practical and satisfying portion sizes

With three mouth-watering flavors, the scale is definitely tipped in your favor.

BAKED CLASSICS® POTATO CRISPS

Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper: A spin on the well-known potato chip, this 110 calorie snack is the perfect marriage of salt and pepper.

Mesquite BBQ: Now, with 10% less sodium than the original barbecue and only 110 calories, this traditional flavor is sure to spark memories of your annual family cookout.

BAKED CLASSICS® MULTIGRAIN CRISPS

Vanilla Frosting: Creamy vanilla frosting with just the right amount of sweetness. Feel free to indulge without fear.

I have been eating the Vanilla Frosting chips for dessert!  They remind me a little bit of cereal without being too sweet. 

The chips can be purchased on Amazon.com for $18 for 24 1oz bags. 

Have you tried the Baked Classics Chips?

**I received the chips in this review free of charge.  The opinions expressed here are mine and have not been influenced by anyone or anything. 


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