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I eat snacks on the go more than I do at home. When I’m on the go with my daughter, finding snacks we can both eat presents a challenge. She does not eat gluten and we both try to stay away from dairy. We’ve both purchased Lundberg Family Farms Rich Chips before and liked them. Since I’m already a fan, I jumped at the opportunity to try the Ground Snacks Red Rice and Quinoa Tortilla Chips and I let her try them with me. Neither of us were disappointed.
With five flavors to choose from, the only problem we had was picking which one we wanted to try first. We settled on the Ancho Chile flavor. We both liked the addition of the quinoa to the rice chips and the ancho chili flavor ended up being our favorite of the savory chips. There was nothing about the flavor we didn’t like. We also loved the French Onion and Pink Himalayan Salt flavors. In fact, the only flavor we didn’t love was the Aged White Cheddar. Since we don’t eat cheese very often, cheese flavored anything isn’t usually on the top of our list. However, my husband liked the white cheddar.
The biggest surprise was the Cinnamon Sugar flavor. I’m not going to lie, I was skeptical about eating chips with a sweet flavor. I expect my chips to either be bland or savory but not sweet. It only took one bite of the Cinnamon Sugar flavor to make me a fan. It was like eating a churro and more like dessert than a snack. I liked that it had a distinct cinnamon flavor, not too strong but not faint either. Kalina liked these too and also commented that they tasted like churros.
Grounded Snacks Pros
- Made with organic ingredients
- Gluten Free
- Good variety of flavors
- Great taste
- Option of sweet or savory
Grounded Snacks Cons
- Not available in every store we shop
- Aged cheddar flavor has milk products for those lactose intolerant (In all fairness, this should be expected as it is cheese flavor.)
While those use to regular chips, might find the texture of the rice and quinoa chips different than what they are use to, we didn’t mind. We’ve tried many brands of gluten free chips and we thought the Lundberg Family Farm brand stood out on taste.