Party’tizers Dippin’ Chips ~ A Review Bento #131

by The ROXX Box on November 24, 2013

in Appetizer, Laptop Lunches, Product Review, Vegetarian Bento Lunches

The first time I had Dippin’ Chips, I immediately thought about the other scoop-type tortilla chips on the market.  Those scoop-type tortilla chips have totally changed the way I eat my dips.  I love how my dip stays contained within the chip, making it less messy to eat.  I also love the fact both dip and chip can be placed directly into my mouth at one time.

Dippin' Chips

During this time of year, I tend to make a lot of dips for parties.  As a result, I am always looking for new chips to try out.  When I first tried Dippin’ Chips, I loved their distinct flavors, the unique shape of the chips which helps keep the dip contained, and the fact that they were not as salty as other leading scoop-type tortilla chips currently on the market.  Dippin’ Chips come in 3 flavors: Kale/Carrot/Spinach (veggie), Quinoa/Amaranth/Black Sesame Seeds (super grains), and Black Beans/Red Beans/Adzuki Beans (three bean).   These vegan tortilla chips are all natural, gluten-free, contain no artifical flavors/colors/preservatives, cholesterol free, and kosher.

Party'tizers Dippin' Chips

Party’tizers Dippin Chips were kind enough to send me free samples of their chips to try out and review.

Dippin' Chips

Dippin' Chips & Salsa

These chips are perfect with a bowl of homemade salsa!!

Dippin' Chips with Salsa

The chips are 140-150 calories, 7gram total fat, and 120mg sodium per 1oz serving.  The Three Bean Dippin’ Chips were my favorite, but I also enjoyed the other 2 flavors.

Dippin' Chips with Spinach Dip

I made a spinach dip and decided to pair it with the Veggie Dippin’ Chips.

Dippin' Chips in Laptop Lunches

Spinach dip in Laptop Lunches

I loved my spinach dip paired with the Veggie Dippin’ Chips so much, I decided to pack it for lunch in my Laptop Lunches lunch box.

Overall, I really love these chips. I love that they were all natural, contain ingredients such as kale, quinoa, and black beans, and are cholesterol free.  When compared to similar chips on the market, they are definitely a healthier alternative.

If you would like to purchase your own bag of Dippin’ Chips, they can be purchased at the following stores.



***Disclaimer*** I was sent free samples of this product for review purposes only.  I was not compensated for this review, and all opinions stated are my own.

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