Honey Dijon Vinaigrette - Dutch Gourmet Thick Cut Potato Chips

4 years ago

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<div style="RIGHT: auto">I picked up these Honey Dijon Vinaigrette flavored thick cut potato chips at my local grocery store this past weekend.&nbsp; The only reason I purchased them was because the flavor intrigued me, the "thick cut" description sounded yummy AND they were in the healthier/gourmet section of the potato chip aisle.&nbsp; Well when I got home I realized the caloric stats on the back were the same as a regular Lays potato chip, the thickness of the chip wasn`t anything thicker than I`ve had in a regular "Ruffled" style potato chip - BUT they were yummy.&nbsp; The honey dijon flavor was definitely on point.&nbsp; Slightly sweet, but slightly bitter due to the mustard flavoring.&nbsp; They were rather addicting and since potato chips/pop corn have been a complete trigger food for me lately I`ve realized I need to leave the chips at the grocery store for a while.&nbsp; I do have about a half a bag of these at home and I`m thinking I`m going
to give them a new home -- at someone elses house.&nbsp; Not that they`re gross or anything, but because I need to get on a "clean eating" kick.&nbsp; But enough of me babbling!&nbsp; These Dutch Gourmet Honey Dijon chips are worth a shot if you are a chip lover -- but don`t be fooled, they`re not any healthier for you than a plain ole regular potato ch ip because these are fried and not baked.</div>
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