Whenever I see something interesting at the store, I'm more than willing to buy it to check it out. Terra Exotic Vegetable Chips, original flavour, was one of those 'curiosity' purchases.
According to the Terra website:
Any time I see a bag of vegetable chips, I never think "Yeah! I gots to get me some of these!", quite the opposite, actually. But I have to admit that the packaging was pretty, and the chips looked really yummy, so I figured I'd take a chance.
You know what? These chips were absolutely delicious! I had to fight my kids for them. Oddly, they were also really filling. I can usually polish off a bag of chips with no thought except "Oh God what have I done?" when the bag is empty. My tummy was full long before that bowl was empty, and so the children got to have some also. I also have to note that my beet-hating child ate them with no complaints, but I'm going to chalk that up to it not being actual pieces of beet, just the juice for colour.
Unfortunately, I can't remember where I bought this bag of veggie chips. I'm actually really sad about that, because I've tried two other brands since them (trying to recreate the experience, I'm a veggie chip serial killer now), and they don't compare.
Terra chips are perfectly crispy, lightly salted and absolutely delicious with the perfect ratio and blend of root vegetables.
Terra chips are available in multiple flavours including: Exotic Harvest, Stripes & Blues and Thai Basil Curry and can be found (according to their website) in regular 5oz and snack size 1oz bags. A 1oz serving of approximately 14 chips will cost you about 150 calories and a full size bag will ding your wallet for about $4 - $5.
Product Rating: 5 smiles out of 5
Product Website: www.terrachips.com
Product Type: snack food
Would I purchase again?: yes
Would I recommend?: yes
All opinions expressed in this blog are my own, unbiased after testing the product. The product was fully paid for by myself. The subject of this blog entry has no expectation of a review, favorable or otherwise.
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