Veggie Crisps


A definite thumbs up to Eat Smart Veggie Crisps, a product of Snyder’s of Hanover available in a number of flavors. The chips are low in saturated fat (1/2 a gram per 21-chip serving) and are made with canola oil rather than a partially-hydrogenated oil. The Sun-Dried Tomato and Pesto flavor was outstanding and I’ve confirmed with Snyder’s that the “natural flavoring” use in the Veggie Crisps is non-animal derived (it’s rosemary). Quite a tasty vegan snack and considerably healthier than the standard bag of potato chips.

4 Responses to “Veggie Crisps”

  1. Randy Brown

    Thanks for the heads up on the Veggie Crisps. I’ll give them a try.

  2. Kathy

    I LOVE these chips–my favorites. The sundried tomato ones are also excellent. I get mine at Sam’s Warehouse in big 18 oz. bags for the best price I’ve found around.

  3. kim

    We ate some Veggie Crisps last Easter at relatives’. They were great!–Not oily, etc.
    1. Could you come out with a LOW SODIUM version?

    2. Could you, please BAKE them?
    That would REDUCE the calories. The canola oil is, yes, better than the partially hydrogenated oils, but….
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  4. Kaitlin

    I’m only 12 years old, and I prefer these over regular potato chips!
    We buy the big bag, and i’m well known for picking the tomato flavored ones out. They’re the best!
    I also like the chedder airs. nice on my braces.
    But yes, I definitely give these a thumbs up!

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