Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Vintage Italia Pasta Chips…. Chips from pasta? They are amazing! #Giveaway


Are you looking for a new snack that is crunchy, unique and delicious? Well you are going to love Vintage Italia Pasta Chips … Chips from pasta? Intriguing isn’t it? Well these chips are as great as you would think they would be! I would like to introduce you all to Vintage Italia Pasta Chips a crunchy salty treat, you are going to love. Here is a little more information about Vintage Italia Pasta Chips from the website:

Born out of the hills of Tuscany, Pasta Chips were inspired by the gently baked fresh pasta that is drizzled with olive oil and served up in traditional Osterias. The first to recreate this rich, traditional food, Pasta Chips are made with the semolina flour, ancient grains, and Italian herbs that were celebrated over 800 years ago.

Artisanal PastaChips are truly the perfect chip. Whether straight from the bag, dipped, or topped & served, they are a great source of protein, are cholesterol-free, and contain 60% less fat than potato chips and 30% less fat than pita chips. In five delectable flavors inspired by the sauces and tastes of Italy, Marinara, Alfredo, Spicy Tomato Basil, Garlic Olive Oil, and Mediterranean Sea Salt, Pasta Chips are available at major retailers across the nation.


There are five flavors of Vintage Italia Pasta Chips, we were very fortunate to be able to try every flavor, and share some with family and friends. The mouthwatering chip flavors include:

 Alfredo - The creamy, buttery flavors of alfredo sauce blend so nicely when parmigiano-reggiano is sprinkled in, making a decadent flavor to pair with the crunchiness of Pasta Chips.  I am a huge fan of Alfredo pasta, there is just something about the buttery richness that is such a comfort food. The alfredo flavor works well in a chip, it has a slight creamy taste and nice salty flavor.  These were my favorite, just a different chip that I will be sure to pick up more of in the future.

 Marinara- Marinara sauce brings the classic flavors of Italy into one reminiscent taste. Everyone has a secret family marinara recipe that was passed down in the family, and we've included ours on these chips! As soon as the marinara chips were open my daughter was all over this bag, she was drawn in by the scent of what she thought was spaghetti… We loved the tomato sauce flavor(or gravy… whatever you prefer) this was a favorite of ours.

Sea Salt -Puglia is located at the heel of the “boot” and this is where the largest salt flat in Europe is located. Simply seasoning with sea salt makes it easy for you to pair with your favorite dip! This flavor had a great salty flavor, a nice kick this would work well with anything you would use with classic potato chips. We used this with our favorite onion dip, and the crunch and salty flavor worked very well.
Spicy Tomato Herb- Being located at the tip of the “boot”, it’s no wonder Calabria decided to add a little “kick” to the classic marinara flavor. Spice up your day with some arrabiata inspired chips! Do you like it hot? Well these are the chips for you. My husband is a lover of everything hot, from spicy entrees to spicy desserts, the spicier the better so of course he had to try the Spicy Tomato Herb pasta chips first. He liked the subtle spice.. I am not as big of a fan of spicy chips, but these had a nice spice, not so much that you could not enjoy the chip. This is great for folks looking for a kick in their chips!

Garlic Olive Oil- Garlic and olive oil are the ultimate romantic duo; letting garlic simmer in olive oil creates a delicious aroma that wafts throughout the kitchen. Go ahead, open the bag and let the memories flow. These chips had a nice bold garlic flavor, I shared this bag with my co-workers, and they polished of the bag in only a few minutes.. Now mind you, the bags are a nice sized bag filled with lots of chips, they loved them so much this was gone and they were looking for more.

 Overall my family and friends were big fans of these chips, they are unique and flavorful. There are so many chips out there these days, all sorts of flavors.. But wouldn’t you like to try chips that are different, delicious and 60% less fat than classic potato chips? Great tasting and better for you, that is a combination that cannot be beat.  So if you are shopping for a bag or two of salty chips you are craving I would highly recommend picking up Vintage Italia Pasta Chips, I am sure your family will love them as much as ours did.

The generous folks at Vintage Italia Pasta Chips are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a prize pack of Vintage Italia Pasta Chips a $50.00 value! Wow, what a great to have the family try this great new product, you can even share with some friends. To enter please check out the Vintage Italia Pasta Chips site take a look around then come back here and tell me something you learned. There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.

Buy it:
To purchase Vintage Italia Pasta Chips, visit a  store near you. You can also purchase Pasta Chips online on the website. Visit the Pasta Chips website use the code below at check out and you will receive 20% off.
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Win it:
One winner will win a prize pack of Vintage Italia Pasta Chips a $50.00 value!

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98 comments:

latanya t said...

Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs.

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

I learned that they have married a Tuscan inspired chip with different seasonings based on regional Italian favorites, steeped in hundreds of years of Italian culture and living.

tat2gurlzrock said...

I have never heard of these but they sound delicious!They have some nice dip recipes for the chips/

Maryann D. said...

I learned from the Pasta Chips website that they have a Recipe Section with lots of great recipes, like: Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus & Pasta Chips.
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Jackie said...

I learned that there are recipes on the site. The Fresh Aartichoke and Spinach Dip looks good.

Jennifer Lleras said...

I learned the website has a recipe section!

Sharon Kaminski said...

I learned that are a lot to chose from and I would love the Garlic Olive Oil flavor, mmmmmmmmmmmmm.

Ann Fantom said...


I learned that I can buy Pasta Chips at my local Shop Rite.

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clc408 said...

I found out they have some good sounding recipes for dips and hummus.

Sandy Cain said...

I learned that Jeerry Bello got the idea for these in Osteria in Tuscany, where he was served something similar - and had to bring it to America. Glad he did!!

Catherine M. said...

I checked the store locator and found out they are available at many of my local stores. I usually skip the chip aisle but def going to look now.

llinda29 said...

I learned Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs. We’ve married this Tuscan inspired chip with different seasonings based on regional Italian favorites, steeped in hundreds of years of Italian culture and living.

Angela Kinder said...

I learned that the idea for Pasta Chips came from a trip to Italy.

Anonymous said...

I learned that pasta chips started in the hills of Tuscany.

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Wes Hovorka said...

I learned that they have a recipe section with very good recipes I would want to try.

Anonymous said...

Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs.

mecarolks said...

I learned that pasta chips started in the hills of Tuscany.

Helen Keeler said...

I learned I can get these at our local Winc - 1500 SW Oak St. Hillsboro, OR , 97123.

PAIGE said...

I learned I can get these at Target.
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Xty C said...

I've learned that they have a lot of variety to choose from

heymissvirginia said...

I learned they are having a Northwest Women’s Show in Seattle, WA on March 21-23.
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Charles Burbridge said...

I learned they have a lot of recipes, although I'd just eat them right out of the bag.

Anonymous said...

I learned they're made with semolina flour

BowieTip said...

I learned that the chips are made from Semolina wheat.

LIDARKSIDE said...

Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs.

Misty Lunceford said...

I love their recipe section!

kyl neusch said...

that pasta chips started in the hills of Tuscany

bbrittbrat1398 said...

I really like their recipe section for some good ideas.
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Kelly Nicholson said...

i learned

Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs. We’ve married this Tuscan inspired chip with different seasonings based on regional Italian favorites, steeped in hundreds of years of Italian culture and living.

Unknown said...

I learned that I can't buy these in my area but I can buy them online and they sound like something I would love!

Anonymous said...

I had no idea these existed! Love the concept. Posted by Irene

Tiffany Weikel said...

I learned that they started in the hills of tuscany.

Lauren-Olivia Wood said...

I learned the chips are made from pasta.

Anonymous said...

I learned they are baked

SexyBrat said...

I learned they have recipes we can use.

Unknown said...

I learned that I can find them at Target. Thanks- Laura

Heather Swarthout said...

You can buy these at Target. I had no idea! (lilbittypanda at aol dot com)

Kelley Chapman said...

I found out you can find them at target. I will have to look for them.

Kelley Chapman said...

I learned you can buy them at Target. I will have to look for them.

Denise S. said...

I learned that you can buy these at Shop Rite.

Anonymous said...

I learned that Vintage Italia Pasta Chips are available at my local Target and Safeway stores.

Serenap95 said...

I learned that Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs.

Kristy Thiel said...

I think it's interesting that they were invented due to a trip to Italy.

jessica holybee said...

The are sold at Safeway

Heather said...

These are not made from potatoes

Amy Green said...

I learned that they are inspired by Italy, but made in the USA.

Ariadanz said...

I learned they have a recipe section with great looking recipes!

Susan C said...

I've never seen these before - and I learned they have a lot of delicious flavors that I want to try!!!

Erica C. said...

They were started after an idea from a trip to Italy.

Mihaela Day said...

I learned that one can find recipes on the site :)

Julie said...

looking forward to trying out the recipes that are on the site.

Heather said...

I learned that Pasta Chips started in Tuscany

Annamarie Voss said...

They look wonderful

Annamarie Voss said...

They look wonderful.

Anonymous said...

that pasta chips started in the hills of Tuscany

Becca Ann said...

I learned that they are made from semolina flour, ancient grains, and Italian herbs

tavernie said...

I learned its made with Italian Herbs!
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Natalie Yeoman said...

i learned that they have a recipe section you can look at to make new things

Matt Ferrell said...

I learned the idea was born in the hills of Tuscany at a small, authentic Osteria

Sarah Hall said...

I found out that the idea for these chips was born in Tuscany.

LesleyfromWI said...

I learned that Target carries this brand

J. Gray Rosenblum said...

I learned that I can buy Pasta Chips at Shop Rite.

frvetere said...

I LEARNED THAT THEY HAVE MUCH LESS FAT THAN POTATO CHIPS

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Amy Fischer said...

it has Italian herbs

nichole sylka said...

They started in Tuscany!

Karrie Millheim said...

I learned they have a yummy recipe section

Charlene S. said...

I learned that you can print a $1.00 off coupon from their website :)

Sky Evans said...

I learned that they have recipes

itsrob said...

i learned that these existed. They sound awesome. Four flavors to choose from, low fat, what's not to like?

Lisa Pecora said...

I learned Star Market has them.

amy16323 said...

pasta chips started in the hills of Tuscany

Carolyn Daley said...

I learned that they have less fat than potato chips. The pasta chips come in interesting flavors like marinara.

Allison Bahr said...

they have a ton of recipes to check out! Thanks so much for the chances to win.

barbara stenby said...

I learned they are available at Target

kathy pease said...

Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs. We’ve married this Tuscan inspired chip with different seasonings based on regional Italian favorites, steeped in hundreds of years of Italian culture and living.

Karen C said...

They are made from Semolina flour and Italian herbs.

tina reynolds said...

I found that I can get them at target which is nice since that is wear I get my groceries

kat said...

I can but them at the local Sheetz

Janice Crespo said...

OK, since your post made me hungry - going to their site made me famished - they have some amazing recipes there - thank you for sharing these - definitely going to have to find these even if I don't win - LOL

Susan Smoaks said...

i want to try these, i learned that they are sold at a local store. i am tony l smoaks on rafflecopter.

Dave said...

I learned that they all look yummy for my tummy!

Francine said...

They have a recipe section

tina page said...

I found there is a lot of places to buy them around me. which seems strange since i have never seen them before.

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russrpm said...

I learned that if I don't win them here, I will have to drive 2 hours to try them.

Anonymous said...

MARIA SIMON

WE LOVE HUMMUS SO I WOULD DEF TRY OUT THAT RECIPE

imaclutz89 said...

I learned they're made with premium semolina flour

dlhaley said...

They have 60% less fat than regular potato chips.

Buddy Garrett said...

I learned the Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs.

dvice12 said...

I learned that they have a recipe for Easy Seafood Paella

Cheryl Reinhardt said...

I learned Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs.
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Cheryl Reinhardt said...

I learned Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs.
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Kim Reid said...

I learned that they have some great recipes, especially the Fresh Lemon and Herb Dip!

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Donna said...

They are cholesterol-free

Christian Alejandro said...

I learned they have some great recipes. lexbaylor27 at gmail dot com

Carl White said...


I learned Pasta Chips are made with semolina flour and Italian herbs. I also learned that these chips are the favorite of Charles Mason.

Jeremy Gable said...

Heck, I learned that pasta chips even existed. Interesting@

Jeremy Gable said...

Heck, I learned pasta chips even existed!

Gianna said...

They have 60% less fat than classic potato chips.

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