People on a gluten free diet will enjoy the multigrain tortilla chips from Food Should Taste Good. These are the kind of multigrain tortilla chips that gluten-intolerant people could serve up at a dinner party for the general population, never tell any guests that these tortilla chips are gluten free, and nobody will ever know anything is “different” about this product.
I prefer tortilla chips unadorned, so that’s how I sampled the Food Should Taste Good product, and when eaten plain, the multigrain variety holds its own and are seasoned with just the right amount of sea salt. Some standard tortilla chips, like Doritos, are over-salted. The Food Should Taste Good product will not dry out your lips.
Even though I’m not on a gluten free diet, I would still choose this product simply because they taste very good and don’t contain any artificial ingredients. In fact, these multigrain tortilla chips are certified vegan, certified kosher, not genetically modified (non-GMO), have no monosodium glutamate (MSG), no trans fats, are low in sodium, and are absent of cholesterol.
Here are the ingredients for Food Should Taste Good’s multigrain gluten free tortilla chips:
Stone ground corn, high oleic sunflower oil and/or safflower oil, brown rice flour, flax seeds, evaporated cane juice, oat fiber, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, quinoa, soy flour, sea salt.
The bag is 6 ounces, and a “serving size” is noted as 1 ounce. A serving size contains a total of 6 grams of fat, and one-half gram of that is saturated fat; 140 calories; 80 mg of sodium; a total carbohydrate count of 18 grams, 3 grams of dietary fiber, and 3 grams of protein.
One ounce isn’t that much, if you divide the bag’s contents into six portions. You’ll want more than 1 ounce worth of these gluten free multigrain tortilla chips. You may even end up eating the whole bag at one sitting.
Food Should Taste Good also makes gluten free tortilla chips in other flavors: cheddar, olive and lime. You can read my review of the cheddar variety HERE. As for the olive, these are tasty as well, but have a milder flavor, and contain the following ingredients: stone ground corn, high oleic sunflower oil and/or safflower oil, black olives, green olives, kalamata olives, corn bran, garlic powder, sea salt. The nutrition information for the olive variety is virtually identical to that of the other varieties.