Gluten-Free Does Not Mean Flavor Free
I went to Costco the other day and bought some new (or new to me) chips. One of the brands was Mediterranean Snacks. Costco had their Cucumber Dill Baked Lentil Chips. I wasn’t sure if they would be good or not but decided to take the risk. The taste is reminiscent of tzatziki and a little like a thick potato chip. I ate them straight out of the bag and they were gone pretty fast. They would probably go good with soup if they lasted long enough. They are shaped like a cracker so I guess you could use them for little appetizers by topping with cheese etc. Apparently they have other flavors but not at our Costco (check to see if these are gluten-free too because I have not seen them in stores yet):
Here is their website: http://www.mediterraneansnackfoods.com/gluten-free-chips/
These are great if you are trying to lose weight because you get 22 chips per 110 calorie serving – most chips only allow 6-10 per serving. One drawback is they do have dairy in them; which is bad for those who cannot have dairy. I would definitely buy these again. They would be great to take to parties and for family events (we have huge "parties" every time our family gets together because there are so many of us) and any other time you would want to take something besides ordinary potato chips.
I pulled the nutrition facts and ingredients from their website, as always, check packaging for most current list of ingredients in case they change them.
Feel free to let me know what you think.