Ritz Chips Barbecue
Taste test: These chips had kind of a postage stamp shape, but almost all of them were broken, so it was hard to tell what the original shape was.
They were made from the same sort of ingredients as Ritz Crackers but were somehow cooked into a thinner, crisper chip. You could definitely taste the irresistible buttery Ritz Cracker flavor, along with a good helping of some tasty barbecue powder. There wasn't any barbecue heat, but the texture and flavor were quite nice. Probably not worth what they charge for a bag in supermarkets, but if you can find them at a dollar store as I did, they're definitely worth a buck.
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Smell test: Strong barbecue powder sort of smell, but maybe a bit chemically.
From the package: “Oven-toasted crunch” ... “0g Trans Fat per serving” ... “A perfect complement to a sloppy Joe ... great with dips for the big games!” ... “40% less fat than regular fried potato chips!”
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Categories for this snack:
- All Ritz Crackers (26 snacks)
- Barbecue Snacks (484 snacks)
- Crackers (222 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2006
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