Dutch Crunch Kettle Cooked Potato Chips Jalapeno & Cheddar

olddutchjalapI find that kettle cooked potato chips tend to be thicker and crunchier, which definitely makes them that much tastier. After all, potato chips aren’t just potato chips – They just have to be good!

Dutch Crunch Kettle Cooked Potato Chips are a classic, and they have a popular selection of flavors to choose from. The Jalapeno & Cheddar combination of flavors isn’t anything new, but who says you have to be when it comes to tasty flavors that just work? Plus, Jalapeno & Cheddar has always been an old favorite of mine, especially back in the old days of high school vending machines – These definitely were a popular choice.

These kettle cooked potato chips are thick so you’re not left with those tiny pieces of chips at the bottom of the bag. And they certainly pack on the jalapeno and cheddar flavor that leave you licking your fingers for some more. It has a decent level of jalapeno heat and has a good after kick as well. A great combination of spice, cheddar, and overall taste.

Ratings and Details

Cost: $3.49 for 200 grams.
Value for Cost: Great. It is priced reasonably in the range of other potato chip brands, but sometimes can be a bit higher, since it is kettle cooked.
Availability: Larger grocery stores.
Nutrition: These potato chips are not that much different nutritionally. For a 50 gram serving, it is 250 calories, 12 grams of fat, with 0 grams of trans fat. The sodium content per serving is 260 mg, which is quite reasonable compared to other potato chips.
Overall: Pick this up next time you’re at the grocery store. And if you haven’t tried kettle cooked potato chips for some reason or another, then that’s definitely a requirement. Plus, this kettle cooked classic of spice and cheddar cheese combination will sure satisfy that chip craving.


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