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Baked Classics® Popped Crisps

April 18th 2011

SAVORY SNACKS WITHOUT AN OUNCE OF GUILT. Baked Classics® popped potato and multigrain crisps are packed with flavor, not fat. These oh-so-satisfying crisps are made with all natural potatoes, whole grains and seasonings, then popped. The result? A snack that’s just what you’ve been craving and a healthy alternative that won’t leave your palette feeling the least bit deprived.

More taste. Less waist. Baked Classics® have always been and will always be all natural:

•    No Cholesterol
•    No Trans Fat
•    No Saturated Fat
•    No Preservatives
•    No MSG
•    No High Fructose Corn Syrup
•    Kosher Certified
•    Gluten Free
•    Practical and Satisfying Portion Sizes

With three mouth-watering flavors, the scale is definitely tipped in your favor.

Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper: A spin on the well-known potato chip, this 110 calorie snack is the perfect marriage of salt and pepper.

Mesquite BBQ: Now, with 10% less sodium than the original barbecue and only 110 calories, this traditional flavor is sure to spark memories of your annual family cookout.

Vanilla Frosting: Creamy vanilla frosting with just the right amount of sweetness. Feel free to indulge without fear.

My Thoughts: Lip-smacking delicious!!! What a scrumptious way to enjoy a one-of-a-kind snack and not even feel a bit guilt-ridden for indulging!! A few nights ago I used the Mesquite BBQ Popped Crisps as the foundation for an impressively flavorsome appetizer.  I positioned chunks of  slow-cooked and tender shredded pulled pork on each Popped Crisp and topped them with a malted slaw and pickled red onions.  They were gobbled up in seconds!!!  A few days later, I made a passion fruit kissed cheesecake filling and placed tablespoon sized amounts atop the Vanilla Frosting Popped Crisps.  I then garnished each bite-sized dessert with some toasted sliced almonds and a matcha infused agave nectar drizzle.  Incredible!!! Just so you know, I also enjoy eating them straight out of the bag too.