Clancy’s Ripple Potato Chips can be found at ALDI Food Market stores and possibly at other stores that specialize in generic brands that a majority of the population likely hasn’t ever heard of. Simply because something carries an unfamiliar name though doesn’t automatically mean that the quality is going to be poor. For ninety-nine cents, one can purchase a bag that is approximately ten ounces and enjoy potato chips that are, in my opinion, just as salty, greasy and ridiculously messy as the bagged potato chips that sit on the store shelves at Walmart, Kroger or any other grocery store or supermarket out there. These potato chips are cheaper than most other potato chips sold under name brands and store brands though and that’s why if potato chips are a favorite of yours, these are definitely worth checking out.
The potato chips may carry an unfamiliar name, but the potato chips themselves will seem very familiar to the touch and taste. Napkins simply won’t be enough when eating these potato chips! These potato chips are greasy and even after I wipe my hands off with a napkin, I can still feel the grease on my fingers and I don’t dare touch anything because I know I’ll be leaving behind residue. The only way to get the stuff off is to wash my hands or use a moist towelette. Just like with other bagged potato chips, some potato chips are already broken in half and in small pieces when I open a bag and some pieces will be a lot larger than other pieces. As for the amount of salt, these potato chips are salty, although not ridiculously salty. Also, some pieces are saltier than others, with the larger pieces typically not tasting too salty while the small pieces seem more salty. They do taste about as good as other bagged potato chips that have raised portions along the surface of the potato chip.
Clancy’s Ripple Potato Chips are much more greasy and messy than the potato chips that come in a can, like Pringles. If you’re someone that doesn’t mind the greasy, messy experience of eating bagged potato chips, then these potato chips are worth a try since they do cost less money. They’re pretty salty, fresh and crunchy, so the quality matches up or exceeds the price of the product. Potato chips most certainly aren’t the healthiest snack option, but when I snack on these or have some with a sandwich, they do definitely fill me up and they do have a pleasant flavor to them, so when enjoyed in moderation, these potato chips are nice to have.