How SunChips Put a Veggie Into a Chip

If you are a regular around these parts, you already know how much I love food. All foods. The good and the not so good. Every bit of it.
How SunChips Put a Veggie Into a Chip

One thing you may not know about me is that I’m a bit of a grazer. I like to nibble on food all day versus eating a few big meals. From what I’ve read on it, this is actually a healthier way to eat, just as long as I am eating the right things.

Since I do like to graze throughout the day, I try to munch on snacks between meals that are on the lighter side and don’t hurt the waistline. This isn’t always easy when I’m in a deep “I really want some salty chips” mood, BUT Frito-Lay’s SunChipsⓇ has been my savior in these moments.

I’ve been a big fan of SunChipsⓇ since I was a teenager and now I’m an even bigger fan with the release of their two new flavors with a veggie twist – Tomato, Basil and Cheese and Farmhouse Ranch.

How SunChips Put a Veggie Into a Chip

Made with whole grains and real peas, as well as no artificial flavors or preservatives, these new offerings from SunChipsⓇ’ Veggie Harvest snacks are the perfect nosh for on-the-go and for families to enjoy at home.

How SunChips Put a Veggie Into a Chip

I recently tried both flavors, which are both right up my snacking alley and great for taking with me when I travel. I especially love the Tomato, Basil and Cheese because it reminds me of eating Italian food, but yet at only 140 calories per serving!

How SunChips Put a Veggie Into a Chip

My teen is a lover of the Farmhouse Ranch because it’s ranch-flavored (his favorite) and I love knowing that he’s snacking on veggie chips (and may not even realize it).

How SunChips Put a Veggie Into a Chip

SunChipsⓇ Veggie Harvest snacks are sold at participating retailers nationwide at around $3 retail. Learn more about SunChipsⓇ by visiting www.SunChips.com!

This post is sponsored by Frito-Lay.