365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion flavor contain 70 percent less fat than regular potato chips. For my review of 365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion, I compared them to the Sour Cream and Onion Pop Chips.
For an indulgent regular sour cream and onion potato chip, I always choose Utz potato chip’s brand because they don’t contain MSG. But for a healthy after-school snack, when your children want something salty without the fat, I think the 365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion are perfect.
365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion are also great for PMS snack attacks. It pairs nicely with Zevia natural soda or Hansen Free Cola, which both contain Stevia. If you are on a diet and are afraid of overeating, sprinkle a little Sensa on them. The Sensa sprinkles don’t have any taste but may help you to stop eating sooner.
The 365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion are extremely crispy. They are a little darker colored around the edges. You can see flecks of green on the chips which taste sour and salty.
Although I like the pop chips, the pop chips are a bit thicker than the baked sour cream and onion from 365. The baked chips have more of a potato flavor. My teenage son requests the 365 Baked Potato Chips when I make a trip to Whole Foods Market so I was curious to try them myself.
Here are some things I learned about the 365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion from my review:
No. 1: The 365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion contain 120 calories in 12 chips. A serving has 3 grams of fat, 1 gram of fiber, 2 grams of sugar, 2 grams of protein. Compare that to the Sour Cream and Onion Pop Chips which contain, in a one ounce serving or 22 chips, 120 calories, 4 grams of fat, 1 gram of fiber and only 2 grams of sugar. They are pretty similar.
No. 2: In terms of ingredients, the 365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion contain dehydrated potatoes, corn and/or sunflower seed oil, sugar, sour cream, rice flour, nonfat milk, onion powder, garlic powder, parsley flakes and other ingredients.
No. 3: Allergens in the 365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion include milk and soy. It’s processed in a facility that processes wheat.
No. 4: 365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion are sold at Whole Foods Market. 365 is the Whole Foods Market brand. They also sell 365 organic popcorn and kettlecorn.
No. 5: One package of the 365 Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion I reviewed was 5 ounces and contained five servings. Eating the entire package would come to 600 calories and 15 grams of fat. The sodium is 200 mg per serving. So an entire bag would translate into 1,000 mg of sodium so I’d use portion control for serving as an after-school snack. They don’t appear to contain MSG.
I give the baked chips by 365 a 4 out of 5 stars for taste. It gets a high nutrition score when compared to junk food, but it’s not exactly a health food. Try serving the Baked Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion with a homemade ranch dip using Greek Yogurt and natural dry ranch seasoning.
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Whole Food Market website