Leslie's Banana Chips Honey-Dipped
Taste test: These are good banana chips.
I like bananas, but I usually don't like banana chips. The problem with most banana chips is that in the process of drying the banana to make the chip, you lose the sweetness and moistness that makes bananas so good, and you end up instead with a chip whose taste is somewhere between a banana and a piece of cardboard. But not with these. A thin glaze of honey has helped to retain the sweetness of the bananas while retaining its flavor, and it even gives the chips a nice crunch.
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Smell test: Smells like bananas.
From the package: “A perfect snack for all occasions” ... “Ingredients: Fresh Bananas, Vegetable Oil (may contain one or more of the following: Coconut Oil, Palm Oil), Cane Sugar and Honey.” ... “An export product of the Philippines” ... “8th International Food Award 1985 (Dusseldord, West Germany)” .... “American Gold Star for Quality Award 1987 (San Antonio, Taxas, U.S.A.)”
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Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from the Philippines (62 reviews)
- Fruit Snacks (446 snacks)
- Banana (39 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2003
This snack was contributed to Taquitos.net by the manufacturer. Review published July 2003.
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