Why You’ll Love It
Stone Ground Corn, High Oleic Sunflower and/or Safflower Oil, Navy Beans, Cricket Flour (Archeta Demstica Gryllodes Sigillatus), Pea Flour, Cheddar Seasoning (onion powder, salt, tomato powder, cheddar cheese [pasteurized culture milk, salt, enzymes], dehydrated carrots, garlic powder, yeast extract, spices, dehydrated parsley, expeller pressed sunflower oil, citric acid, extractives of paprika, lactic acid), chia seeds.
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Reviews For Cheddar Cricket Flour Chips
Based on 7 Reviews
My kids LOVED these!
My kids loved these!!! I loved that they are a chip that had a significant amount of protein in it as a treat. It felt a little sneaky giving them something good for them in lieu of something sugary or full of carbs and nothing else. They LOVED the flavor and begged me for more!
These do taste a little like doritos. They are; however, a tad floury texture-wise.
Perfect "Boy Snack" or for anyone!
Perfect snack for the boy's sleepover. They basically taste like healthy doritoes and the boys loved the "ick factor" that they were made of crickets. I even ate one despite being vegan, I wanted to try it just for fun and really enjoyed them.
They were excellent! I would buy them again!
Crickets are delish!
Very much like Doritos.
No weird after-taste like so many chips.
I purchased these as well as the BBQ. These were delicious and would have been a great addition to a fancy cheddar cheese dip of some sort. My six year old loves them, and was excited to share them with everyone she knew.
I was leery of cricket flour chips after finding some cricket protein bars had a strong dirt taste, but these were a surprisingly good and normal tasting chip! It's a nice way to introduce some cricket protein without noticing the cricket taste.
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