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parsnips*, dried unsweetened coconut*, raw cashews*, red bell pepper*, coconut nectar*, basil*, rosemary*, garlic*, lemon juice*, truffle oil, nutritional yeast, himalayan crystal salt
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Reviews For Cheesy Herb Truffle Snip Chips
Based on 6 Reviews
I Like These
The texture is tough because ... well because they are dried parsnips. It's to be expected. It doesn't bother me. As a grain-free potato-free person who loves cheesy crunchy things I was very happy with these! Would be nice if I could afford them more but I do understand why they are pricey compared to something I can't eat (like potato chips).
Good but in bad condition
I loved the taste of this crunchy snack. However, the chips were all crumbled in to tiny pieces by the time I received it in the mail. I wish they were handled more gently so I wasnt just eating crumbs. :-(
Different than expected
While they got better as I ate them, they really were not what I expected. They were strong and thick and heavy on the vegetable flavoring more than any cheese or truffle flavor. If you are looking for a strong veggie chip these are very flavorful, but they were not as titled and I will not be ordering again.
good flavor, really strange and rough texture
Based on the flavor and taste of these alone, I really like them. With the thick, rough texture though, I found them really difficult to chew and swallow down. Maybe they'd be better if slightly thinner.
Very tasty and good looking, I will order them again. The ingredients are very good,
I didn't have any expectations - I know the Brussels chips were mostly kale, but these are definitely heavier with the "snips." The coconut adds some fat and sweetness, and you still get a little of the pungent parsnip flavor. They're hearty and crunchy. A lot of smaller pieces under the larger chunks, but still really tasty and a substantial snack.
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