Alisa Fleming ~ Tortilla chips have officially reached health food status. Way Better Snacks has taken this humble corn-based snack to a level that I never thought possible. Not only do they use completely wholesome ingredients …
… they even sprout them!
Way Better Snacks starts with a familiar base of stone-ground non-GMO corn and safflower oil, but they transform them to nutritious sprouted tortilla chips with ingredients like sprouted black beans, sprouted broccoli seeds, sprouted organic brown rice flour, organic sprouted quinoa, and organic sprouted flaxseeds.
To avoid sending the wrong message with all of this over-the-top healthy ingredient talk, let me stop right now and tell you that yes, these sprouted tortilla chips DO taste fantastic, too. Each chip packs an amazing hearty crunch. The flavors are earthy, but not overpowering – there is enough flavor in each chip to enjoy a la carte, but they also go well with the usual dairy-free dips, including salsa, guacamole, and hummus.
We sampled all six flavors that were available at the time of review: Multi-Grain, Sweet Potato, Sweet Chili, Unbeatable Blues, Black Bean, and Naked Blues …
There isn’t too much to say, except that we loved and devoured all of them! The Sweet Chili sprouted tortilla chips are the lone seasoned variety and they pack a wollop of flavor. Sweet, spicy and substantial, we both found them delicious and rather filling. I love any chip that is labeled as Sweet Potato, and these sprouted tortilla chips were no exception. For every day noshing, my favorite variety was the Multi-Grain sprouted tortilla chips. They had a wholesome taste that seemed to fit well with both sweet and savory dips. We liked the Blues and Black Bean snacks, too, which seemed like a perfect match for meals, from nachos to using as an edible spoon for chili.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, these sprouted tortilla chips are Vegan, Vegetarian, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, (certified) Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Soy-Free, and Peanut-Free. However, always read the label and check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Also, processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.
For More Product Information: Visit the Way Better Snacks website at www.gowaybetter.com