Taste test: These triangular tortilla chips were yellow with some dark spots here and there, and the surface look almost like a normal tortilla chip on one side (though less textured) but the reverse side looked kind of strange and pockmarked.
I crunched in to find that there was almost no flavor at all, with the same odd lack of crispness as the other Guiltless Gourmet flavors. There was an aftertaste that seemed like I was chewing on cardboard or something. Really about as bland as a chip can get. If you're going to make nachos with these, you better really load on the toppings, and that should include some salt, because on their own these chips won't provide much of anything in the way of flavor.
Smell test: Sort of like tortilla chips, but more intense than usual.
From the package: “Made with certified organic corn” ... “So how can these chips be good for me? Guiltless Gourmet Tortilla Chips are baked, not fried. We add just enough oil to make them crisp and help the natural flavors stick. The result is a Crispier Crunch with only 3 grams of fat per serving. Stone Grinding uses the whole corn kernel, so each helping is packed with complex carbohydrates and 2 grams of fiber. By the way, you get 18 big chips per serving, which is plenty to satisfy your crunchy craving with guiltless indulgence.”
Online store: Buy tortilla chips on Amazon
Company: The B. Manischewitz Company, LLC
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