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The Joy Of Snacking Part III

Yes, the search for the perfect snack continues. This week's features are for lovers of potato chips and chocolate. Cookie lovers, be patient.

Krispy Crunchy Puffs (manufactured by Tumaro's Gourmet Tortillas, Kof-K parve and dairy) come in four different flavors, each one better tasting than the next. One of our reviewers actually told me that they were so good she couldn't put them down. She had tried the Ranch and Herb. The cheddar had a very nice cheesey, buttery flavor that was not overwhelming. They also come in Tangy BBQ and Natural Corn. They contain half the fat of regular potato chips and are just as delicious. (WW points ? 2-3 points per bag, depending on the flavor.) They are made from non-GMO corn and resemble rice cakes but are more flavorful. They can be found in your local supermarket or health food stores. You can also visit them on the web at www.tumaros.com.

Tortilla Bytes, Potato Dots (manufactured by iSnack, OU parve and dairy depending on flavor) are a fantastic low-in-fat, great tasting treat. They are air popped and full of flavor. In our office, the Cheese and Broccoli potato chips were rated the best. Our reviewer referred to it as a “very adult-tasting, fun snack.” We also enjoyed the Honey Mustard and Tangy BBQ. Their newest product is a Garden Veggie Popper with the slogan “snack your vegetables.” These products are available at health food stores and supermarkets. You can also visit them on the web at www.isnackinc.com.

Tropical Source (manufactured by nSpired Natural Foods, Kof-K parve) is an amazing line of dairy free chocolate. The bars come in very unique flavors pleasing to the palate, covered in colorful wrappers pleasing to the eye. The Red Raspberry Crush is perfect for those of you who love chocolate covered jelly rings. The Mint Candy Crunch was wonderful, a great combination of mint and chocolate. The Hazelnut Espresso Crunch is the perfect treat for anyone who loves coffee. We also enjoyed the Maple Almond Granola and Sundried Jungle Banana. They are all 100% natural and are made with cane juice. Their product line also includes baking chips, lollipops and hard candies. They can be found in most health food stores.

That's all for now ? coming next week amazing soy chips, gourmet cookies and nougat.

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