Do you have one? {A surprise talent.}

I don’t.

I’m kind of bummed about it.

I just received some of Green Giant’s new Veggie Chips to try out, along with a prompt asking to share a surprise talent. Odd quirks I have. Secret talents? Not so much.

green giant veggie chips snack surprise talent

Do you have a surprise talent?

Hey, at least I have some chips to munch on to make me feel better about not having one. I like Green Giant. I regularly buy their frozen veggie packs. I seriously stock up when they go on sale. They make for an easy, healthy snack or meal starter. {My favorites are the broccoli/pepper mix, the green beans with almonds, and the lima beans. I’m obsessed with the lima beans, I don’t know why.}

Anyways, now they have chips. Not just chips- chips made with veggies and whole grains.

green giant veggie chips snack review

I tried the Multigrain Sweet Potato Chips: Sea Salt and the Roasted Veggie Chips: Zesty Cheddar. Now, let’s fully disclose that I only ate one Zesty Cheddar chip. They contain dairy, which I don’t eat because of the little man’s allergy, but I had to eat one– in the name of research. Winking smile I wish I could’ve had more because man, were they good. Packed full of flavor and super crunchy, like a chip should be.


Let’s talk about the sweet potato chips instead. Mmm. {They’re already gone, by the way.} I was expecting something like a traditional, plain Jane, potato chip, but sweet. Instead, they’re more like sweet potato tortilla chips, but not quite as hard. {Does that even make sense?} Surprisingly addictive.


The ingredient list gets fairly long on the Veggie Snack Chips, owing mostly to the flavoring. The Sweet Potato Chips’ ingredients list is shorter and sweeter {bad pun intended}.

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These chips make me hesitate a little. Any time something not-so-healthy {like chips} masquerades as something healthy {like veggies}, it puts up a red flag. The Sweet Potato Chips don’t concern me so much here. The Roasted Veggie Chips are just a little imposterish though. It’s like they’re trying to be a popular brand of cheese-flavored chips, but made of veggies. That could get confusing to kids- why is one “healthy” and one isn’t? But regardless, anytime you can make a choice in a better direction is a bonus in my book.


Have you tried veggie chips before? What do you think? What do you think about the message they send? And of course: do you have a hidden talent?!

Psst… get a coupon for Green Giant’s Veggie Snack Chips on FB too!

green giant veggie chips coupon

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