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Parsnips*, Dried Unsweetened Coconut*, Apple Cider Vinegar*, Lemon*, Raw Cashews*, Fresh Dill*, Garlic*, Mustard Seed*, Himalayan Crystal Salt
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Reviews For Dill Pickle Snip Chips
Based on 7 Reviews
Not my favorite
These were just weird. I love pickles and dill, but when you mix it with the sweet coconut, it's just not right. Perfectly crunchy though, so the texture is a thumbs up.
Good but Pricy
These aren't "chips" in the traditional potato sense and you don't really taste the Parsnip (or the dill for that matter) but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
What does stand out is the taste of coconut and cashew, so... if you like that combination then this is a good snack.
At a total of 120 calories this snack goes fast and almost $5 is a lot to ask for all things considered. Overall, a nice occasional indulgence but an unlikely pantry stuffer.
- Rob Riv
These do not even look like chips. They are about the size of corn flakes, flattened pretzel sticks, and other odd sizes. The taste is pitiful. The flavor is so mild that it tastes like there is no flavor at all. These chips have a texture that is hard and weird. Never ever will buy these Snip chips again nor will I bother trying any other flavor.
Can't taste Dill
These are good, but I don't taste the dill.
I like these, but the bags are small for the price. Probably don't love them enough to buy again.
I don't even like parsnips but these are great! Nice crunchy texture with an interesting (and good) taste. Definitely reordering these.
A little weird at first, but I actually grew to really like these. It's hard to find snacks that are good for you and these really are. The only thing is the bag is pretty small for the price.
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