Kettle Brand Chips are the best there is. As my review on Popchips Potato Chips proved, I like a good crispy snack. Whether a snack is considered ‘healthy’ or not, is secondary to how I rate it. ‘Delicious’ is the number one goal when it comes to rating a kettle chips brand, or any snack, for that matter. That said, it never fails that what I usually like is also what I personally consider ‘healthy’. As research proves, Low-fat advertisments are neither an impressive or truthful way to determine what’s healthy in a snack. . The Kettle Potato Chips brand are made with potatoes, safflower, sunflower oil and salt. Now, what could be wrong with that?
Kettle Potato Chips
I am not impressed with low-fat snacks billed as healthy, baked and made with canola and other fake oils. Ever bite into a chip that tastes fishy? That’s what happens to chips which are fried or baked in bad oils. Kettle krinkle cut brand potato chips; either lightly-salted or with Sea Salt, taste every bit as good as the simple ingredients listed on the package. They are tremendously crunchy and even though the package claims they are lightly salted, they give me just enough of the key ingredients to satisfy my snackful kettle chips cravings: Salt and Oil. Krinkle Cut Kettle Chips are thick, yet somehow retain their lively crispy flavor, long after you’ve opened the package. Krinkle-Cut Chips are made by Kettle Foods and commonly available from your local Costco store. They also make a plethora of other tasty flavors: Jalapeno Kettle Chips are out of this world. Kettle Brand Chips by Krinkle also come in Sweet Onion, Death Valley Chipotle, Backyard Barbecue, Sour Cream Onion & Chives, Buffalo Bleu, Cheddar Beer, Classic Barbecue, Dill & Sour Cream, Honey Dijon, Lightly Salted and Island Jerk Flavors. GEEZ, with so many flavors you’d be nuts to not try them – even if you are a nut lover!