I was at Kmart this past weekend and as I was strolling up the food aisle looking for some snacks for the following week I discovered a new chip by Pringles. These chips are Mexican layered dip and were 1.19 a can.
These chips come in a 6.5 ounce can and are the super stack version. They have zero trans fats in them and so I decided to purchase them and try them out on my family. I put some in my husbands lunch and waited to hear that afternoon how he liked them or not. My husband raved on how much they tasted like restaurant’s nachos.
I tried them for myself to discover they taste like your biting into a plate of hot nachos with everything on them. These chips are very addictive, you’ll not be able to put them down. For a serving size you can eat about 16 chips or equivalent to an ounce and get 150 calories. There is 9 grams of total fat in these chips.
With these chips you’ll get 90 calories from fat as well as 2.5 grams of saturated fats. There is no cholesterol inside these chips which is a plus, and there is 200 milligrams of sodium in them. You will receive 1 gram of total protein eating these chips as well as 1 gram of sugar and one gram of fiber.
There is also 15 grams of total carbohydrates with these chips. I love these chips because they don’t taste like ordinary Pringles. They have allot of flavor and they are crunchy and you’ll receive 2% of your daily Calcium with these as well as 6% of your daily Vitamin C and 2% of your daily Iron.
Let me share with you what some of the ingredients are in these chips so you can get an idea on the flavor. These chips have onion powder, sour cream, tomato powder, jalapeno pepper powder, salt, cheddar cheese , milk, paprika, garlic powder, corn oil, sunflower oil and many other great tasting spices that make up these fantastic tasting chips.
These chips by Pringles are distributed by Proctor and Gamble out of Ohio. They also use at least 50% recyclable materials to make their cans that store these chips. They are always fresh and crunchy and you don’t have to worry about opening them and getting a bunch of broken chips like other companies that produce chips.
If you would like, you could have these chips and use salsa or sour cream as a dip or bean dip goes well with them as we quickly found out. You can serve them at parties or as snacks or with lunches. If you would like further information regarding these chips you can contact Pringles by phoning them at 1-800-568-4035.
If you would like to find out more about these chips or other chips made by Pringles you can log into their web site at www.Pringles.com. I highly recommend you try these chips out the next time your at the store grab a can.
Author: Candus Poyner