When a box of popchips arrived in the mail, I practically had to use a stick to keep my husband from getting them all before I could try them. I don’t think I succeeded, as he actually got to all of the Sea Salt & Vinegar variety before I got any. Jenn swears they’re delicious.
This new-fangled potato chip isn’t fried—unhealthy, according to the company—or baked, dubbed undelicious by the chip makers. It’s popped, to keep the flavor in and half the fat out. What’s “popped” exactly? A combo of heat and pressure before a potato “pops” into chip-being. Popchips keep it real with natural flavors, no phony colors, no fake flavor or preservatives. At just 100 calories a bag, you’re definitely not going to wreck your waistline, and the single-serve bags help if you’re like me and can’t eat just one of any potato chip. With no trans fats, and only .5 grams of saturated fat in a couple of the versions, it’s a snack you won’t feel guilty about munching.
Check out more details on all of the yummy flavors and find out how you can win a month’s supply of these delicious bad boys. —Erin