Fries, chips and puffs!
Our son Sam was home for a couple of days, so he, Jeff and I broke into the bags and did a taste test. We all ended up preferring a different flavor. I was most intrigued by the "Eat Your Vegetables" chips after reading the ingredients - first listed? Navy beans. Yep, I'd say that was definitely a vegetable! I ended up not really liking these - just didn't think they had much of a taste. They weren't Sam's favorite, either, but Jeff really liked them. As for the Baked Fries, Sam voted them his favorite, while both Jeff and I were just OK with them. The Grilled Cheese Puffs, on the other hand, were pretty tasty to me...like an airy, light Cheeto. Plus, you get a huge amount in one serving:
All of this for 120 calories!
That said, I didn't eat an entire serving - I'm really trying to not eat "junk food" - and even though these snacks are healthier than a lot of bagged snacks, I'm not doing myself, a formerly overweight person, any favors by eating them. I will say that they were good enough that I had Jeff take them to work (I believe in not making my life harder than it has to be when it comes to food, at least at home). I hear that there ARE people out there who don't struggle with their weight or overdoing it on certain foods, and for them, these would make a decently healthy snack/treat. Unfortunately, I'm not one of them. But that's OK.
If you want a chance at winning a prize package of 3 bags of Snikiddy snacks and a $25 grocery store gift card, are 18 years of age or older, and live in the U.S., leave a comment telling me you want in - I'll draw a winner next Thursday and post it in the Mishmash on May 4th (interwebs willing). Snikiddy will mail you the prize, I'm just the middleman. If you don't want to wait to see if you're the winner, you can download a coupon for a free bag here. Good luck!
FCC: Snikiddy sent me three bags of snacks to try - the review is all my own opinion.