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Simply 7 Chips



















Chips....one of Americas favorite snack foods. Problem for my family is that chips really aren't that healthy and you must eat a ton of them in order to feel satisfied. Recently I was introduced to a fairly new brand of chips that my family has really enjoyed. Simply 7 has a great line of Lentil, Hummus and Pomegranate chips. I know what you are thinking....and yes at first I was a little afraid myself to try these chips. I started with the Bruschetta Lentil chips and I can tell you after one bite I was HOOKED. You get 31 chips per serving for only 140 calories, I know it doesn't seem like a lot but it really was enough to satisfy the craving I was having. The best part is when I turned over the bag I could actually pronounce what I was eating. My children are in love with the Roasted Red Pepper Hummus chips(despite the fact that my sons teacher told him hummus was degrading organic matter, gotta love public schools). My husband is just a man *sigh* he said a chip is a chip and they all taste the same dipped in salsa or dip.lol Speaking of dips Simply 7 offers a great recipe section on their website of healthy dips that can go right along with your chips. As a growing brand they are not yet available in all markets so check their store locator to see if there is a store near you, I have also found them on Amazon.

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Comments

Melinda Dunne said…
I just tried these recently too and I love the Jalepeno flavored ones. That is funny that your husband said a chip is just a chip...lol.

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