A sucker for chips, it is no surprise to me that my lil one will bend over backwards to get her teeny fingers on a crisp treat. I often use a bag o' goodies to bribe my wee one into eating her dinner. Grabbing lunch the other day, I spotted a new package among the typical Cheetos, Lays, and Doritos. In a bright and wholesome looking wrap, I discovered Flat Earth baked veggie crisps. Curious to see if they taste as good as they sounded, I bought the bag and gave them a munch.
To see how I liked the crisps, read more.
As advertised, the veggie chips were "impossibly good" and taste just as delicious, if not better, than their grease soaked potato counterparts. For each snack sack, you get over half a serving of real vegetables. Unlike many snacks available to kids these days, Flat Earth Crisps have no artificial flavors or preservatives. So the next time I tempt my tot with a "chip," I won't feel so guilty knowing she is fulfilling part of her daily vegetable quota.