Saturday, March 3, 2012

Baked Classics-Vanilla Frosting Crisps Review

I am a big fan of chips, but I honestly don't buy them too often because they aren't too good for you.  I get them once in while.  I am always looking for things that I can munch on that I can replace a regular high calorie chip with.  I came across Baked Classics and was so excited to try these!

I received some 120 calorie size bags of Baked Classics to try.  Ok get ready for this!  The flavor I received to sample was the Vanilla Frosting multigrain crisps.  This sounded really different to me.  I have never had a sweet crunchy snack before like this!  I sampled them and they are really good.  I expected them to be super sweet because they are Vanilla Frosting flavor, but they are actually lightly sweetened.  I looked at the packaging and was impressed to see that they only have 4 grams of sugar in the entire bag.  Most sweetened snacks have a lot more sugar than this.  I really liked them.  They have a really good vanilla flavor.  My daughter liked them too.  We both are big fans of vanilla cake, so these are perfect for us.  They have a nice crunch to them too.  I like that you can eat the entire package and it's only 120 calories.  I also like that the entire 120 calorie package has more than 5 crisps in it.  The serving size is a decent amount.  These are made with quality ingredients.  They are gluten free, have no trans fat and are cholesterol free.  These are great for snacking or lunches.  I really like that Baked Classics are made with all natural ingredients.

Baked Classics also come in mesquite bbq and sea salt and black pepper.  They all sound really good!  You can also learn more by visiting Baked Classics website.  You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter!

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.    

1 comment:

  1. These sound great! I don't know how I feel about the vanilla frosting ones though. I might try the mesquite bbq!