Munchz Brand Falafel Chips Spicy
Snack Review

Munchz Brand Falafel Chips Spicy

Buy snacks on Amazon #ad

Taste test: These round chips looked sort of like tortilla chips but had a dark beige/brown color, with some black spots throughout.

Similar snacks

Cheetos Xtra Flamin' Hot Cheese and ChiliCombos Spicy Honey Mustard Baked PretzelStarKist Bold Tuna Creations Tapatío with LimeCheetos Flamin' Hot Pepper PuffsWalkers Spicy SrirachaCheetos Flaming Hot and Sour

When I first crunched in, they really didn't taste very much like falafel, and they were not the least bit spicy or hot either, so that was confusing. As I at a few more chips, a fairly strong heat arrived and, concurrently, the flavor became increasingly falafel-like. It still wasn't a dead-on falafel flavor, but I could see how one might interpret the flavor a falafel. The crunch and crispness varied from one chip to the next. Some of the chips were kind of soft and not crisp, but others had a pretty decent crunch. I dipped several of the chips into some hummus (as suggested on the bag) and it was a nice combination, especially after the heat had kicked in.

Shop: Buy snacks on Amazon #ad

Smell test: Wow, smells exactly like falafel. Great.

From the package: “Falafel, a Middle Eastern seasoned vegetarian patty rich in protein and fiber, has been served with hummus dip for hundreds of years. Falafel Chips deliver the same delicious flavor are the the world's first and only chips created for hummus dip.”

Online store: Buy snacks on Amazon #ad

Company: Flamous Brands, Inc.

Categories for this snack:

This snack was contributed to by the manufacturer. Review published .

Most popular reviews

Moon Lodge The Whole Shabang Potato Chips
  1. Moon Lodge The Whole Shabang Potato Chips
  2. Lay's Flavor Icons Wavy Carnitas Street Taco
  3. Takis Blue Heat
  4. Pelly Pellets Jamón
  5. Lay's Wavy Original Potato Chips Dipped in Milk Chocolate

Most popular in previous months

Latest reviews

Fragrance Mala Salted Egg Fish Skin

Still hungry? Check out the 100 latest reviews

What We're Eating

More ...

The Web Just Got Less Useful.