Dieffenbach's Sweet Potato Chips
Taste test: These sweet potato chips were generally on the small side and quite wiggly, with a nice orange color and lots of skin on the edges of the chips.
They were a bit crunchier than the average sweet potato chips, though not as crunchy as some of the kettle-cooked ones. That middle ground didn't quite work for me in terms of crunch, as they had neither the softness that makes some sweet potato chips quite endearing, not the kettle crunch that adds some pop to others. But they still had a very nice intense sweet potato taste, with just enough salt to really bring out the flavor.
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Smell test: Good sweet potato smell.
From the package: “A Family Tradition” ... “Made with vegetable oil” ... “In 1964 Mark Dieffenbach started making potato chips on his kitchen stove in Berks County, Pennsylvania. A short time later he built his own kettle cookers, which the third generation of the Dieffenbach family is still using today, to bring you the best potato chips from the finest hand selected ingredients.”
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Company: Dieffenbach's Potato Chips, Inc.
Categories for this snack:
- Sweet Potato Chips (58 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Christmas Tree Shops. Review published .
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