I haven’t been happy with potato chips for a long long time now. Sure, I like to eat them occasionally but they always seem to be missing something. I can’t quite put my finger on it but potato chips seemed somehow pointless (which is probably a very good thing).
Having said that, it doesn’t mean I’m not interested in trying new crunchy things. While I don’t need to plow through an entire bag of potato chips in one sitting, I don’t mind the occasional crunchy savory snack.
On a recent trip to my local health food store, I decided to pick up this bag of Lundberg ketchup rice chips. I love ketchup, my daughter loves ketchup so I figured this would be a nice treat for the two of us.
Boy, was I right!!!
Product Review: What ingredients are in the of Lundberg ketchup rice chips?
Here’s the list of ingredients that went into making the Lundberg ketchup rice chips: organic whole grain brown rice, organic rice flour (parboiled brown rice flour, white rice flour), high oleic expeller-pressed safflower or sunflower oil, organic whole grain corn masa flour, organic sesame seeds, organic dried cane syrup, organic tomato powder, salt, organic paprika, vinegar powder (maltodextrin, vinegar), organic garlic powder, organic onion powder, organic spices (cloves, allspice), citric acid, organic rice concentrate, caramel colour.
Long list, I know, but such a good list. I mean, I recognized everything on that list and my fingers almost got tired from typing the word ‘organic’ so many times.
I’m going to cut to the chase and tell you that these Lundberg ketchup rice chips were the best chips I’ve had in a very long time. They’re thick and they crunch but they don’t crunch like your average potato chip. Each chip was perfectly coated with the ketchup seasoning which seemed to be a perfect match for the rice chip. There’s a crispness that you can only get with perfectly toasted rice. The blend of ingredients gave these Lundberg ketchup rice chips a toasty, ketchupy (yes, I know it’s not a word), savory taste that I don’t think I could find anywhere else.
The big kid and I happily chomped away at the Lundberg ketchup rice chips. They also packed a lot of flavour without packing a lot of sodium when you compare them to the average potato chip.
So, Lundberg ketchup rice chips? A definite yes! The best part is, they’re also part of the non GMO project. I mean, can it get any better??
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