Crisps are something that I really have to be in the mood for. I’m not the biggest savoury person when it comes to snacks, I’m more of a fruit or chocolate kind of gal. When we got these Pinkfinch veg crisps in our May The Vegan Kind box I was very intrigued, as they were described as sweet and salty. Who doesn’t love the idea of that?
These crisps are made with green beans and sugar snap peas. They’re one of your 5 a day, so there’s no excuse to not eat the whole bag. The crisps are all natural, high in fiber and gluten free. I also appreciate that the palm oil used is sustainably sourced. Oh, and it’s under 110 calories for the whole bag!
Perfect for dipping.
Now these crisps weren’t what I was expecting, I agree that they’re sweet and also salty but honestly, they weren’t for me. I’m very sensitive when it comes to particular foods and unfortunately, these crisps did make me bloat.
One thing I do want to mention is that they were very moorish. Although I probably wouldn’t go out of my way to buy these crisps, they were something I couldn’t keep my hands off once opened. I think they’d be a great crisps to have with a dip of some kind. If you want to try a bag as they sound up your street, head on over to The Vegan Kind supermarket here: Pinkfinch £1.25.
Let me know if you’ve tried these and you like them!