This giveaway is CLOSED! Congratulations to Nikki on winning 🙂
Lately I’ve been on a huge guacamole kick. By the time I’ve exercised, baked, blogged, written, photographed, sent emails, and accomplished all the other things the day has thrown at me, making an elaborate dinner doesn’t always sound fun. Sometimes chopping an onion, some garlic, a few tomatoes, washing a little parsley, and scooping out an avocado or two is all my brain and body can muster. Not to mention it tastes sooooo good!
Of course, I wouldn’t enjoy the guacamole very much without Food Should Taste Good chips. A big scoop of guacamole heaped on top of one of their Sweet Potato chips or even Jalapeno for a little spice, since I somehow never have actual jalapenos on hand, is just about the best dinner ever.
I have to admit, those Sweet Potato and Jalapeno chips make just about any meal better and are fabulous as a snack on their own. We always have at least one bag of each in our pantry, and sometimes Mom and I fight over the last few chips in a bag when we are out. Be warned, those Jalapeno chips have a serious kick. A few of those and I’m reaching for a big drink of water, but I love that. Not many chips out there bring the heat.
Other than the amazing and pure flavor of these chips, they are also some of my favorite snacks because they are gluten free, low in sodium, most are vegan, and they are being certified non-GMO. While the Sweet Potato and Jalapeno are by far my favorite, Dad loves the Multigrain with the nutty flavor from all the seeds. I also love, love, love their Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips, especially the Salt and Vinegar ones. The flavor of those isn’t too tart but has enough of that vinegar kick to be completely irresistible.
I am dying to try the Kettle Corn Chips, Kimchi Chips, and Ancho Chili Sweet Potato Chips, but I can’t find them in my stores. A bag of the Kimchi was included in my sampler pack from Food Should Taste Good, but it was busted open L Hopefully I’ll be able to find them soon.
So after all this chip talk, you’re probably hungry and wanting to try these chips. Well, you’re in luck, as Food Should Taste Good has kindly offered to give one of you a sampler pack as well. I’m not certain what it will contain, though I know it will be delicious, but I bet it will include one bag each of the Sweet Potato, Jalapeno, Multigrain, and Kimchi chips like mine did.
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IMPORTANT: This giveaway is open to US residents only.
The giveaway ends Monday, September 30, 2013 at 11:59 pm EST.
The winner will be chosen via the Random Number Generator on random.org. The winner will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond. If the winner does not respond, a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!
Disclaimer: I was provided with samples and the giveaway by Food Should Taste Good, but all opinions, as always, are mine.