The big game is Sunday! How’s your snacking game looking? Do you know what you’re serving? Or bringing? While we’ve got recipes galore that are awesome for football-watching, sometimes there’s just nothing better than something basic, like chips. And these chips? Well, they all have a little something extra and fit foodie about them. That’s why we’re declaring them the best chips to serve!
Simply 7 Kale Chips
Kale in a chip, but not straight-up kale-only chips? Yep, that’s what Simply 7 has done and they’re delicious. If you’ve been wanting to snack on a crunchy and airy potato chip that’s filled with veggies but isn’t only veggies, try it. With 80 percent of the recommended daily intake of vitamin K in the flavors of Sea Salt, Dill Pickle (our fave) and Lemon & Olive Oil, they make the perfect chip to go with any of your dips. Simply 7? More like simply tasty!
Flamous All-Natural Original Falafel Chips
If you’re serving hummus at your Super Bowl party, then you best bust out the veggies — and Flamous All-Natural Original Falafel Chips. That’s right. We said: falafel chips. All-natural and organic, these are made with corn beans, turmeric, vegetables and sea salt. They pair perfectly with hummus, and the company says they also have 10 times more antioxidants than green tea or vegetable juice. Not to mention they’re gluten-free, non-GMO verified, vegan and kosher. Happy hummus munching!
Another chip we’re crushing on is Beanfields Pico De Gallo chips. In fact, we love crushing them into our chili or taco salads. (See what we did there with “crushing”? Haha.) With 5 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber (careful, they are made of the “magical fruit” so the more you eat the more you, you know … ), these chips are oh-so crunchable and so filling.
Que Pasa Ancient Grain Tortilla Chips
What’s happening? These tortilla chips are happening, that’s what! Take your entertaining from Super Bowl to super fit foodie with these organic tortilla chips that are made with corn, amaranth, buckwheat, chia seeds and quinoa. They’re a serious upgrade to your normal game-day tortilla chip.
What do you think are the best chips to bite into on Super Bowl Sunday? Or, if you’re not into chips, what do you like to snack on during the big game? —Jenn