Most people count the days until it’s finally summertime. But for some of us ladies, summertime translates to diet time. I mean we have to don (and don it well) our itsy bitsy teeny weenie bikini all summer long! And for me, sticking to salads and veggies is not an option. So I hunt for healthy ways to eat badly. That is why I would like to share my recent healthy junk food discovery—Popchips– an upgrade and fabulous transformation to the long-lived chip!
When I heard someone invented “good for you” chips that are neither fried nor baked, I had to try, and pop! I’m now hooked. These delicious snacks are made from the finest ingredients, including wholesome potatoes. The chip masterminds apply heat and pressure to deliver that great chip taste, without the eater’s remorse.
Popchips only contain a flavorful blend of seasonings. It’s “a snack so tasty and crispy, you won’t even notice it’s (we hesitate to say) healthier.”
Not sold yet? See why these POPular chips are popping!
- All natural
- Less than half the fat of fried chips
- Low in calories (120 vs. 150/serving)
- No trans fats or saturated fats
- No cholesterol
- Meets strict school nutritional guidelines
- No more greasy fingers
- A lot more chips per serving
Did I mention these little bundles of joy come in a plethora of flavors? I admit, I’ve tried them all (in a matter of days) and as much as I would love to tell you which one you “MUST TRY,” each flavor has its own unique and scrumptious taste! Who am I kidding? I am a sucker for the Barbecue Potato Chips. So zesty!
Check out the flavor!
- Salt & Pepper
- Sea Salt & Vinegar
- Sour Cream & Onion
Popchips are popping up everywhere and are creating a lot of buzz. They were featured in “The O List” in The Opera Magazine, were named “Best Chips” in Health Magazine’s “Healthiest Buys,” and named one of “2007’s Guilt-Free Foods of the Year” by Hungry Girl.
So eliminate the grease from your life, and try these new, light and airy marvels! Just pop over to Whole Foods, Safeway, Jamba Juice, Target and other fine retailers.