8/22/13

Food Should Taste Good Tortilla Chips Review and Giveaway!


Food Should Taste Good was founded in 2006 by Pete Lescoe. Pete set out to make a unique snack that not only taste great, but also include natural ingredients and a sophisticated flavor. Food Should Taste Good chips are made from high quality ingredients that contain no gluten, cholesterol, or trans fats. These chips are also certified Kosher, and many varieties are certified vegan. 

Food Should Taste Good carries a large variety of chips. They have many Tortilla Chips flavors and four Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Flavors. They also carry a Sea Salt Brown Rice Cracker.

Here are just a few of their Tortilla flavors:

Blue CornNutty flaxseed, quinoa and organic blue corn create a robust yet versatile chip to be enjoyed alone or paired with a fresh dip.
Cantina- Made from fresh, hand-cut, tortillas, these chips are created from three simple ingredients.
Cheddar-A better-for-you, delicious alternative for cheese cravings, these chips offer a smooth, rich flavor made from all natural cheddar cheese.
Chocolate- Semi-sweet chocolate and cocoa offer a sweet balance that pairs perfectly with our chip's natural corn flavor. They are great for anytime snacking and are delicious in a creative dessert – try crumbling them over ice cream!
Kimchi- The spicy, tangy flavors of this Korean classic come alive with cabbage, red bell peppers and vinegar.
Sweet Potato- 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.
The Works- The chip version of a loaded bagel, chock full of flavor by way of the onion, garlic, poppy and caraway seeds packed inside. Try it as a replacement for a bagel chip at breakfast or as pre-dinner treat!

Food Should Taste Good generously offered to send me a variety of Tortilla Chips in exchange for an honest review. I was excited to try these chips because I have been looking for a healthier alternative to the chips I had been eating. I ended up receiving four delicious flavors. I loved each of them!




The first flavor that I tried was the Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips. These were my absolute favorite. If I could only eat one chip for the rest of my life, I would have to choose these. I have a huge fan of sweet potato fries, I eat them in place of regular fries whenever they are on a menu, and I will be substituting in these in place of the normal potato chips I have been eating. If you like eating your chips with dip FSTG recommends eating these with a fresh fruit salsa. I ate mine with some sour cream. Wow, it was delicious. You might want to stock up on these; you will finish them quickly! I wasn't able to get a photo of these chips, but they look just like they do int he photo above.

These chips are made with Stone Ground Corn, High Oleic Sunflower Oil and/or Safflower Oil, Sweet Potato, Corn Bran, Evaporated Cane Juice, and Sea Salt. They are verified vegan and certified Kosher. Each 12 chip serving is 140 calories. There are 2 grams of protein per serving. This flavor is offered in a 1.5oz bag, 5.5oz bag, and 11oz party pack.
The next flavor that I tried was the Blue Corn flavor. I made some Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip to pair with these chips. I brought them to a friends house for a quick snack before we went out for the night. My friends loved them! They liked how fresh they tasted. These are a good alternative to regular corn tortilla chips. You could eat these on their own, or as nachos with some beef and cheese, or with Chicken Wing Dip; like I did. 

These chips are made with Organic Blue Corn, High Oleic Sunflower Oil and/or Safflower Oil and/or Canola Oil, Oat Fiber, Brown Rice Flour, Flax Seeds, Evaporated Cane Juice, Sesame Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Quinoa, Soy Flour,  and Sea Salt. They are verified vegan and certified Kosher. Each 10 chip serving has 140 calories and 2 grams of protine. These are offered in a 1.5oz of a 5.5oz bag.



I brought the Lime chips on vacation with me to Maine last week. I opened them up on the beach. I was with a group of 4 friends, and they all loved them! These are great by themselves, but they were also really good with some guacamole. They are perfect for when you want something cripsy and a little tangy. 

These chips contain Stone Ground Corn, High Oleic Sunflower Oil and/or Safflower Oil and/or Canola Oil, Corn Bran, Lime Juice, and Sea Salt. they are certified vegan and certified Kosher. Each serving of 12 chips contains 140 calories and 2 grams of protein. These are offered in a 5.5oz bag. 





The last flavor that I got to try was the Kimchi Tortilla Chips. These were very unique. I had never tried anything like these before. They are a little tangy and savory at the same time.You taste a different flavor as you keep chewing. Each chip is packed with a few different flavors, and you can taste them all! My boyfriend and I really liked these. I recommend eating them without a dip, because honestly I don't know what you could pair them with. They are already so full of flavor. 


Ingredients for the Kimchi chips include Stone Ground Corn, High Oleic Sunflower Oil and/or Safflower Oil and/or Canola Oil, Black Sesame Seed, Sea Salt, Sugar, Maltodextrin, Cabbage*, Onion*, Garlic*, Red Bell Peppers*, Lactic Acid, Spice, Paprika Extract Color, Vinegar*, Natural Flavor. * indicates that the ingredient has been dried. this flavor is also certified vegan and certified organic.  Each 12 chip serving is 140 calories and contains 2 grams of protein. These are offered in a 5.5oz bag. 


I really liked each flavor. They were all unique in their own ways. These are all really great on their own, and certain dips pair with certain chips really well. Food Should Taste Good Chips are sold nationally at Whole Foods Market, Starbucks, Safeway, Target and other major retailers. You can also purchase many flavors on their website

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Want to try these chips for yourself? One lucky winner will receive 4 bags of chips to try! These will be a variety of flavors. Food Should Taste Good is responsible for the shipment of this prize. This is open to Continental US residents only. Ages 18+, unless you have parental permission. You must follow instructions on each entry that you do. You do not have to do all of the entries, just the ones you want. The more you do the better chance of winning you have. To see the instructions on an entry hit the +1 (or whichever number that entry has) button. Each entry has a different instruction. Once the giveaway has ended a winner will be emailed, and will have 48 hours to email me back. If a winner has not claimed their prize a new one will be drawn. Good Luck!




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Disclaimer: I received the products mentioned above for free in exchange for an honest review. All Opinions stated are mine. Anything written in italics has been copied from the FSTG website. I only recommend products that I stand by and feel would be good for my readers. 




20 comments:

  1. The taste of chocolate tortilla is very intriguing... =)

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  2. These are really great. I have tried them before and love that they have healthy options that taste good.

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  3. I love their sweet potato chips. We don't buy chips often, but these are delish

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  4. Chocolate!~ But I just can't find them at any store around here! T_T

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  5. I'd like to try the sweet potato chips!

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  6. THe lime look interesting. Their Olive chips are AMAZING. I just can't find them anywhere.

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  7. I think the Jalepeno Cheddar sounds amazing!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  8. I'd like to try the Blue Corn. Thank you :)

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  9. Lime looks delicious, I bet it is with salsa!! Thanks for the giveaway

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