Friday, October 14, 2011

Baked Classics Review (And a Giveaway)

I have found a great snack option. Baked Classics Vanilla Frosting Multigrain Crisps from Classic Foods, Inc.

SNACKS WITHOUT AN OUNCE OF GUILT. Baked Classics® popped potato and multigrain crisps are packed with flavor, not fat. These oh-so-satisfying crisps are made with all natural potatoes, whole grains and seasonings, then popped. The result? A snack that’s just what you’ve been craving and a healthy alternative that won’t leave your palate feeling the least bit deprived.
 Baked Classics have always been and will always be all natural:
·         No cholesterol
·         No trans fat
·         no saturated fat
·         no preservatives
·         No MSG
·         No high fructose corn syrup
·         Kosher certified
·         Gluten free
·         Practical and satisfying portion sizes
the flavors they carry are:
Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper
Mesquite BBQ
Vanilla Frosting

My Review:
I had the oportunity to try out a great snack, Baked Classics Vanilla Frosting Multigrain Crisps from Classic Foods, Inc. My family was so excited when they heard the crisps were coming!

When the box arrived, my husband said "Vanilla Chips?? Wow now that is interesting". My hubby dove right in, and had to try them right away. As soon as he hoped the bag, I got a whiff of a great vanilla sweet smell. My husband has a bit of a sweet tooth, and he loved the touch of vanilla favoring. He said it was such a nice break from salty chips, and really satisfied him. My daughter was a huge fan of the chips as well. MMMM Mommy these are yummy!  I was also able to share a bag with a little school friend of my daughter's. My daughters friend came over for a "play date" and she was a big fan of the snack. I will surely be packing these handy bags in her school lunch for a sweet snack at school.
The Vanilla Frosting Multigrain Crisps are only 120 calories a bag. Yes I said a bag, I know most other chip companies say per serving, so you are really eating twice the calories you thought you were eating if you eat the whole bag. But not with these chips they mean 120 calories for the nice sized bag.
My family recommends that you give the Vanilla Frosting Multigrain Crisps a try, it was a hit with them, and I am sure it will be a hit with your family as well.
Would you love to try the Vanilla Frosting Multigrain Crisps yourself? This is a delicious low calorie, no cholesterol, no preservatives, no high fructose corn syrup, no trans fat,  no artificial flavors yummy treat.  The great people at Classic Foods have offered one of my readers 10 snack sized bags to enjoy! If you would like a chance to win, please enter below.

Buy it:

Get free shipping on Baked Classics for the month of October. Enter code “baked4me” at checkout.

Win it:

One winner will win a 10-pack of Baked Classics®

Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received chips to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .


Donna D said...

I would love the Hot & Crunchy Cheese Balls, and I am so sure I would Love the Vanilla Frosting Multigrain Crisps, I would love the chance to try them.

PAIGE said...

Baked BBQ are my fave. mmmmmm

Jackie said...

The Baked Classics Multigrain Crisps sound good.
Thank you!

Becky said...

The Mesquite Classics Baked Chips.

LAMusing said...

The Mesquite BBQ and the Vanilla Frosting flavors both sound yummy!

Barbara Montag said...

Favorite - Black Bean Jalapeno.
They sound so good!
Thank you.
barbara dot montyj at gmail dot com

SaraLee said...

Vanilla frosting

Shannon Egan said...

I like the California Classics cheese balls :)

Caryn said...

The mesquite BBQ sounds delicious

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Anonymous said...

The Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper Potato Crisps look really good!

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Angela M said...

I think my favorite would be the Stoned Classic - Natural.

Yona Williams said...

Would like to try the Wasabi Ranch or AFrican Red Devil Pepper Kettle chips. Email: yona(at)

bbrittbrat1398 said...

The baked bbq sounds really good.

Barbara said...

Probably the mequite flavor would be my favorite.

Anonymous said...

I would like to try the Vanilla Frosting flavor!

Deanna G. said...

My favorite is the California Classics Apple Pie Crunch.

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Lubelle said...

I like the baked BBQ!

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Mary Gardner said...

i like the sea salt and cracked pepper potato crisps

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Kathy P said...

i like the sea salt and vinegar chips

Julie W said...

The vanilla frosting sounds interesting... :)

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ezmerelda said...

I must be bad, I would love the Kettle Classics Honey Dijon Mustard.

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Crystal said...

mmm..i like the Natural Kettle Chips

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