After eating a pretty heavy southern breakfast (scrambled eggs, catfish, and bacon to be exact), I knew that I had to keep the calories on the lower side for lunch. As the late afternoon rolled around, I received a few bags of Popcorn, Indiana’s Chip’ins and Original Kettlecorn popcorn. Initially, I told myself a snack probably wouldn’t be the best thing for me now. Unfortunately, as my hunger grew, my curiosity did too! After ripping the white cheddar chip’ins bag open like a crazy lady, the first bite was heavenly. With such delicious taste, it was even more of a delight to learn the these chips are all natural, whole grain, ZERO TRANS FATs, gluten-free, and contain no cholesterol, artificial flavors, or preservatives! So you mean to tell me, I can eat a few more, and not feel too guilty? Sweet.
Popcorn, Indiana treats have most recently been noted in People, Women’s Health, and Shape Magazines. Chip’ins, “the hybrid snack of 2011,” are the first chip-shaped popcorn, and are available at Wal-Mart, Costco, and Walgreen retailers for about $4 (7.25 oz). They are a healthy alternative to fried chips, and pair nicely with chicken noodle soup.
Grab a bag today, and get your munch on!