Save on Food Should Taste Good 12X 6 Oz The Works Tortilla Chips The Chip Version Of A Loaded Bagel, Chock Full Of Flavor By Way Of The Onion, Garlic, Poppy And Caraway Seeds Packed Inside. Try It As Replacement For A Bagel Chip At Breakfast Or A Pre-Dinner Treat.: Gluten Free Kosher (Note: This Product Description Is Informational Only. Always Check The Actual Product Label In Your Possession For The Most Accurate Ingredient Information Before Use. For Any Health Or Dietary Related Matter Always Consult Your Doctor Before Use.)
For a company who’s name is “Food Should Taste Good,” they certainly do a poor job of practicing what they preach. I bought a couple bags of their lime torilla chips, and wasn’t the least bit impressed. Granted, I only bought them because they were so cheap, and that was only because they had been marked 75% off (after being mark 50% off, and 25% off before that). Suffice it to say, it seems that I wasn’t the first person to discover their horrible taste, otherwise people would have been buying them more regularly, and the Base Exchange wouldn’t have been getting so desperate to get rid of them.
Even with a gob of Tostitos cheese dip, the taste of these chips is barely tolerable.
ShirlSouth Portsmouth, KY
Imagine a small “wheat thin” that tastes like a slightly stale tortilla chip and you get an idea of what this product tastes like. The caloric intake and the fat, cholesterol, sodium, protein and carbohydrate amounts are similar to other snacks of this type. The ingredients lists flax, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, brown rice, oat fiber, soy, but the taste is that of a lightly salted tortilla chip. The word, “Multi-Grain” is a good buzz word for health and this does not contain any Trans fat or other harmful ingredients. However, I can’t say that it’s much different than most snack foods on the market other than it is not greasy. It’s not bad, just not different enough to spark my interest.
KierstenPoint Lay, AK
Well on its own.. it doesn’t taste BAD.. but wasn’t flavorful on its own. I can see where it would work with a spinach dip or something like that. Doesn’t taste bad.. just not enough to make me want to keep eating them or buy more.
Does it matter if things are healthy if they don’t taste very good? This multi-grain chips may be packed with goodness, but they taste like a stale wheat thin that was left sitting in a bag of real tortilla chips for awhile and managed to pick up a bit of their flavor. I think I would actually like these better if they were simple multi-grain crackers without the thin brushing of flavoring.
Someone looking for a healthy alternative might be happy with these. If you are a compulsive snacker, then maybe you could get used to the taste. But anyone looking to chow down on some tortilla chips isn’t going to be too happy, and would have to force themselves through a bag of these rather than eating what they really wanted.
Unless you covered them with cheese and made nachos. Because that makes everything taste better!
ChristianaIron Belt, WI
Purchased this item thinking that from its from label “Sweet Potato ” in large letters on the front of the bag that it was actually Sweet Potato Chips, but to find out after eating and finding the taste to be terrible, that it was just tortilla chips with a dusting of sweet potato dust.
These get an extra star for being reasonably healthy. They’re as tasty as the average corn chip, if not slightly more so (the flavor is more complex), without the same guilt.
I really like the flavor of these chips/crackers. The sesame seed flavor really pops after a few bites and they aren’t dry in your mouth like some other multigrain products. They are a tad stale feeling, but I think that’s intended and it doesn’t mean they’re old. With that said, I enjoyed my first bag. If I see these in a local store I will buy them again.
AlyssaPebble Beach, CA
To sum it up . . I liked these chips, but I wouldn’t go out of my way to buy them. That’s not a bad thing since I would chose them over other chips- they’re just not a ‘must have’. Flavor is good, multi-layered in that you can pretty much taste the individual ingredients – the oat bran, the grains. Salt level is good. To compare, Tostitos regular tortilla chips can be extremely salty, whereas these are not. Flavor is also more dimensional than the Tostitos multi-grain chips (but not that far apart); the ingredients are obviously much better. They do look nice with their textured nuts and such in them, so they would look much better than your average chip if you were hosting a nice party.
I couldn’t seem to find “the works” in the store. I ordered them on line and I received a case of chips in a reasonable time frame.
VerdellAtlantic Mine, MI
I’ve gotten these chips before, great price and they came quickly, but this second time ordering is going on a month and I have not received them yet. I don’t understand why? I was never noticfied that they were back orderd, so what’s up. Not liking this situation at all!
I have to write a review in order to get this off my ‘Vine Voice’ list. I never recieved the free sample. According to the tracking number, it ended up being delivered to the wrong town.
These multrigrain chips taste like restaurant-quality corn tortilla chips, but they come in individual-sized bags. Most importantly, my two-year-old daughter (who is so picky she hardly eats anything) absolutely LOVES these chips.
These chips are technically “multigrain” because they contain yellow corn, brown rice flour, flax seeds, oat fiber, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and soy flour. However, stone ground yellow corn is clearly the main ingredient in these chips and you’ll have a hard time picking up the flavor of the other ingredients with your taste buds.
The other thing I really like about these chips is that they’re flavored with sea salt, which is lower in sodium and (in my opinion) tastes better than regular table salt. With only 140 calories per bag and 7 grams of fat it’s hard not to say yes to this tasty treat.
Overall, I highly recommend these chips!
These are wonderful! They’re definitely chocolate, but not overpowering. The sea salt provides a nice foil, so you can eat a whole bag by yourself without going into a chocolate coma (maybe that’s bad). They’re just sweet enough to make the chocolate happen. They’re like “hint of oreo” without all the garbage and without all the guilt (unless you eat a whole bag in one sitting).
I’ve had them with a peach salsa, which was nice. I think they’d go really well with a fresh fruit salad. They’d go well with ice cream, and they’re perfect with a tart, plain yogurt. I dipped them in hummus too, and while it doesn’t not work…I’m not sure it’s great. Still, basically they’re versatile and not too bad for you. When you find yourself at the bottom of the bag you can always say, “well, at least it wasn’t a bag of oreos.”
Vegan. Natural. Kosher. Has “Certified Gluten-Free” label on package. Bite-sized flavorful crackers in a portion-controlled 1oz (28g) package. Multigrain goodness. Yummy whole flax seeds sprinkled throughout. Crunchy. Big rich flavor. Very satisfying. Ideal for lunches or for those craving a quick snack of premium tortilla chips or healthy crackers, but don’t want to open a big bag. 140 calories, 3g protein, 7g fat, and 80mg sodium per package. Made with stone ground yellow corn, sunflower oil, brown rice flour, flax seeds, turbinado cane sugar, oat fiber, sesame seeds, quinoa, soy flour, and sea salt. [Received one 1oz package of this product at no cost through the Vine program.] This review is out there for those for whom this makes a difference. See all of my reviews for more great choices. Check out “Vegan Grocery Favorites” and “Vegan Grocery Top Ten” in Listmania. Your “helpful” votes count and will be greatly appreciated to benefit the search of others. Thank you.
I have to say, I really like this chip.
It’s a bit thinner than the flaxseed tortilla chips I normally buy at Trader Joe’s, and the flavor is nuttier.
The small package size is very nice for diet-conscious snackers, although I will say that I wish it were a little bit easier to open. But maybe the thickness of the packaging and the tight seal at the top is to keep in the freshness better.
The price point isn’t bad, although I can get chips cheaper in larger bags at local grocery stores.
Overall, a very good snack product in a very convenient size.
Ingredients: Stone ground yellow corn, high oleic sunflower oil, brown rice flower, flax seeds, turbinado can sugar, oat fiber, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, quinoa, soy flour, sea salt.
One serving: 1 oz. (one package), 140 calories.
I normally love these chips when I buy them from the grocery store, however you can never find them in the small bags. I was so excited to find them here on Amazon … but these chips arrived very stale, I was so disappointed. My guess, they were just old!
***UPDATED Review*** Thank you Amazon for quickly handling this issue. The next batch of chips that I received were fresh and delicious! You guys get an A+ in customer service. 🙂
KatheleenNew Castle, KY
These chips are great tasting and better for you than any others I’ve found. You can see the flax seeds and they have a great grain taste and just the right amount of salt. Crunchy and stand up to dips and cheese, but i like them plain. Perfect.
These are the best tasting chips. They’re are addicting; great taste, healthy ingredients, what else can one ask for?
Was waiting for our airplane & wanted something healthy to snack on – to my delightful surprise, I found your product (Multigrain one), looked at all the numbers on the back of the package & was amazed how good they were; then was further amazed how good tasting they were. To my further delight, I have now found them in my local market (Vons in California)and want to try all flavors – then I shall order from you via the internet for more savings. Thank you so much for the people who developed this product!! Tina in CA
Buffalo Chips from FoodShouldTasteGood are crispy and spicy, but they’re too salty for me. I wouldn’t have ordered them if the description had included their salt content.
CliftonAmador City, CA
Want a quick snack that is healthy? I have tried the multigrain, lime and chocolate chips. EXCELLENT-E. Why on earth do the grocery stores not sell these? EXCELLENT.
Oh my gosh! Who knew a “chocolate” chip would taste so good. The only bad part is I ate much more ice cream so I could dip them then before.
We found these at Costco and fell in love with them. They’re SO GOOD…and they’re actually good for you. Since I couldn’t find them at Costco the past couple of times I went there, I searched online and found them on Amazon. Funny…after I ordered them I now see them at my local grocery store chain (Ralph’s)…and even on the flight I took across the country last month (United Airlines). However, I’m still glad I ordered a big box of them because we go through them pretty fast. 🙂
These tortilla chips are delicious! And they don’t contain any bad oils or artificial ingredients. I am following the Perfect 10 diet (with good success) and these fit on the diet nicely (in moderation of course… it is a starch). Only way this could be better would be if ingredients were all organic.
Love these chips. They taste great and I love knowing I’m getting in my grains while eating something that tastes good.
ArianeMc Gill, NV
I love these chips! This is the best snack ever! And on top of that, it’s healthy. What a combo.
KeriEast Arlington, VT
These are one of the most delicious & healthy chips I have purchased.
RobertCanon City, CO
It is nice to find good tasting snacks that are not loaded with salt and fat. The multigrain are the only kind I eat regularly, but taste is a personal thing. The price from Amazon is guite a bit lower than the grocery store too.
These are THE best chips I have tasted in years. I am allergic to lactose, gluten, soy, mint and grapes, which has made it hard to go through these past several years craving soda crackers or something akin to them, and even trying (unsuccessfully) to come up with a workable recipe I can make for myself. Now I have found them! These are my newest comfort food. Wonderful with a chilled glass of Diamond Almond Milk, and I am that little kid back in the kitchen sitting with my milk and crackers. The texture and tender-crisp “bite-factor” (to me) is so close to that of good, old fashioned crackers – – and the flavor is just deeply satisfying. I will be up in the middle of the night snacking on these for sure. I cannot rave enough about them, but I see that others agree with me in the quality and “yummy-ness” quotient of these wonderful chips! To me they taste closer to crackers than tortilla chips and that is SOOOO yummy!
Thank you AMZ for putting these on S&S!!! Come next payday I will need to be getting a whole case, maybe 2!! (Can’t be running out of them.)
FoodShouldTasteGood Tortilla Chips, Olive, An All Natural Recipe, 6-Ounce Bags (Pack of 12)
Olive Tortilla Chips
I stumbled on the Multigrain chips at the little store where I work. I love them and buy them by the box from Amazon now! The ingredients are all words you would expect and no long chemical names you can’t pronounce. The Sweet Potato is very good too, but I did not like the Olive flavor.