Green Giant Veggie Chips Review
Has the Jolly Green Giant got a surprise for you, he’s now in the snack aisle. I’ve used Green Giant Frozen Vegetables for years, and now I can add chips to that list. Introducing the new Green Giant Veggie Snack Chips.
I try to feed my family healthy food most of the time, but I’ve accepted the fact that they love to have a “unhealthy” snack once in awhile. Especially when we go out to eat at Subway or something, they must have chips on the side. While Green Giants version is still a chip and not a health food, they are a much healthier choice then your regular chips when a snack craving strikes.
I received two flavors: Roasted Veggie Tortilla Chips in Garden Ranch, and Multigrain Barbeque Sweet Potato Chips to review. As soon as I opened the box they came in everyone wanted to try them, so we choose the Multigrain Barbecue Sweet Potato Chips to sample first. I had family members visiting that day, so with a total of 8 people munching on them, the bag disappeared quickly, I never even got a picture of them because they disappeared so fast! Who knew that sweet potatoes flavored with barbecue would taste so good?! The verdict, 6 out of 8 liked them. (My husband doesn’t like sweet potatoes at all, so I knew he wouldn’t care for them). As for the rest of us, we thought they were light and crispy, with a delicious barbecued sweet potato flavor. The perfect chip to enjoy with a sandwich. They have 14 grams of whole grain, with 120 calories and 5 grams of fat per serving. Loads better then regular chips.
The Veggie Tortilla Chips in Garden Ranch flavor were a bit more substantial, and would make a great stand alone snack. 5 people tried them, and everyone gave them high marks. My family liked the fact that they had the flavor of a cool ranch chip, but with a bold and hearty undertone to them. I loved the fact that they are made with real dried vegetables like bell peppers, carrots, broccoli, and tomato. I served them with my homemade Restaurant Style Salsa, but there’s no need for it really, because there’s plenty of ranch flavor in the chips. I added salsa though as it’s a tasty way to get in extra vegetables. I cant help it, it’s the mom in me. : ) Out of the 2 chip flavors, these were our favorite. They have 18 grams of whole grain, with 130 calories and 6 grams of fat per serving.
If you’re searching for something healthier than regular potato chips to serve as a snack to your family, then I highly recommend you try these.
Don’t forget to print out your coupon and let me know if you try them. I’d love to hear about which one is your favorite.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.