Three Works Apple Chips

applechipsWe have all heard of the good ol’ saying that an apple a day, keeps the doctor away. Well, there is a way to enjoy those tasty apples very easily. Plus, if you’re a potato chip lover, like myself, you’re going to be enjoying the best of both worlds.

Starting off in trying Three Works Apple Chips, there’s great care to the packaging, because the chips are also in their own bag inside the tins. The original flavor chips are light, yet very crispy and crunchy snacks that have a mild sweetness. The cinnamon flavor has an excellent dash of cinnamon and sweetness, which of course, I was instantly a fan of. And don’t forget the caramel flavor, because what’s not to love about caramel and apples? All of the apple chips flavors do not contain any artificial flavors, which is perfect as a healthy snack choice. Often times with dried fruits, there are some fillers or added ingredients to maintain freshness. These however, taste great, are crispy and crunchy, and are not dry tasting at all.

Ratings and Details

Cost: $3.29 for 50 grams.
Value for Cost: It can be a bit more expensive compared, to let’s say, a tin container of potato chips. But these are a tasty alternative, and a bit healthier on the nutritional forefront.
Availability: Selective grocery stores and retailers.
Nutrition: For 25 grams of original flavor: 100 calories, 0 grams of fat, 20 mg of sodium, 23 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of fibre, 19 grams of sugar, and 1 gram of protein.
Overall: Crispy, crunchy and light tasting with a dash of natural sweetness. No need to feel guilty if you eat the whole container, because that can happen easily. Very easily.


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