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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Food Should Taste Good Tortilla Chips

Food Should Taste Good makes a
rainbow of flavors. Above, Jalapeño and
the barely sweet Chocolate tortilla chips,
which can be enjoyed with sweet dips,
hot chocolate, even ice cream.
Sometimes, you take certain foods for granted, without appreciating how good they are. We’ve been nibbling away on Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips for almost two years, but only recently were struck by a blinding revelation of the obvious: This is a great line!

The brand name is itself a mouthful, and might better be called Great Healthy Food. The wholesome, all-natural, gluten-free chips have no cholesterol or trans fats, no GMOs, are lower in sodium than many chips and a good source of dietary fiber. Yummy flavors include Buffalo (as in wings), a barely sweet Chocolate, Jalapeño, Multigrain, Olive, Sweet Potato and The Works! (exclamation point included). The flavors are evenly baked in, not powder sprinkled on top. Each is a winner and will enchant your family and guests, not only with the taste but with the different shapes and colors, too—brown, orange, yellow, coral, circle, diamond, fan, hexagon, oval, rectangle, triangle. The line is gluten-free and certified kosher by OU.

Start planning for party season! Just don’t expect anything like your typical tortilla chips. While made from a base of stone ground white corn, these chips don’t deliver pure corn taste. Instead, enjoy the great complexity of flavors that makes these, truly, chips of a different color. Except for Jalapeño and Multigrain, we’d serve dips other than traditional red or green salsa (see the full review). They can also substitute as tasty crackers with soup and salad—even as a base for canapés. Read more about Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips, and how to have fun pairing them with different dips, in the full review. And take a look at more chips and crunchy snacks in our Gourmet Snacks Section.

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