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Gluten Free Baked Lentil Chips / Food Find

I tried some baked lentil chips at a friends house the other night and I thought they were very good. We had them with some salsa and guacamole. When I was in Whole Foods the other day I discovered that they come in flavors other than just plain. I had to try the sea salt and cracked pepper flavor. YUM!  I like this flavor even more than the plain ones. The cracked pepper adds a little kick, well maybe quite a bit of kick and they were perfect little dippers for some eggplant hummus.

The fan was a gift that Katy brought from Spain for me. It is hand painted by an artist in Spain.

The chips are gluten free, vegan and celiac friendly, high in fiber and 70% less fat than regular chips. Did I mention they taste really good too? They have a nice crunch and hold up even in a dense dip like guacamole.

A serving is a hefty 22 chips for just 110 calories, 3g fat, 3 g fiber and 4g protein.

Sometimes you just need a little crunch!

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  1. Cammy@TippyToeDiet says:

    Ooh, I’ll definitely try these! I can have a palm full (10 or so) for way under a 100 cals! My current faves are plain old Stacy’s pita chips. I crush up 3 or 4 of them in a salad for a nice for a nice little crouton-esque crunch! Thanks, Tami!

  2. Karen says:

    Looks intriguing. I just tried cooking lentils for the first time when my son was home for the holidays at his request. I tend to avoid even the “healthy” chips because I would probably overeat them and certainly snack on them instead of something like veggies. Working hard to get those veggies in.

  3. Marisa @ Loser for Life says:

    I have tried those chips before and Target makes a knock-off version called “hummus chips” that are really good! Heck, I never met a chip I didn’t like! Pita chips are my all-time fave, though!

  4. Dr. J says:

    Doesn’t seem too bad. I understand the crunch thing. There is probably an explanation for it affecting satiation.

  5. Debbi Does Dinner Healthy says:

    My favorite chip would be my homemade ones. I spray a 100 calorie whole wheat tortilla with cooking spray and then salt, pepper and garlic powder it and cook in oven until crispy. I LOVE them!

  6. Sandy says:

    I would love to refer these chips to my local health food store. Can you tell me company who makes them?

    Thanks!

    Sandy

    1. Tami says:

      Hi Sandy thanks for visiting my blog!

      There is a web site listed on the chip bag.

      http://www.mediterraneansnackfoods.com

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