Terra Chips – Flavors, Price and Review

Terra Chips
Hi Everyone! I hope you are doing well. Today I’m going to be talking about my experience of Terra Chips with you.

I recently had the opportunity of trying out a few variants from Terra Chips and to be quite honest it was quite a new and different experience. Whether it’s the taste, the ingredients or even the color of the chips, everything felt a bit more healthier and really tasty. Want to know what else was good? Keep reading!

About Terra Chips

Terra Chips

Terra Chips is the brainchild of two New York chefs, Dana Sinkler and Alex Dzieduszycki. The chips are made with real and whole root vegetables including Batata, Beet, Carrots, Parsnip, Sweet Potato amongst so many more. They are Gluten Free, GMO Free and don’t have added salt. They are made in Canola, Sunflower or Safflower oil.

Packaging

Terra Chips

Terra Chips come in a black bag which is very attractive. This has about 141 gms of chips and the bag can be pulled from both sides to open. The packaging is designed to keep the chips crispy and fresh.

On the front side of the packaging you will see the particular flavor depicted with a picture of that vegetable.

Terra Chips

On the flip side you will see a description of the flavor along with nutrition and ingredient details.

My Experience with Terra Chips

I ended up trying 3 variants from the Exotic Vegetable Chips – Original, Blues and Mediterranean.

Let me start by telling you about the Original variant.

Terra Chips

This one includes Batata (no your regular potato but a Cuban variety of Sweet Potato), Parsnip (looks similar to but isn’t the same as a radish), Sweet Potato (yam), Taro (pretty similar to Arbi) and Yuca (Tapioca). Each of these chips has an individual color – ranging from a pale yellowish white color to a red. These chips don’t feel like wafer thin ones that we are used to eating – they do feel a lot more wholesome. Flavoring wise there is literally barely anything on top. Probably a hint of sea salt is all you will feel.

Terra Chips

Terra Chips

Next I tried the Blues.

Terra Chips

I have never seen Blue chips in my life – ever! And these are a strong blue color. So of course at first I was like whaaat, but then when I tried them they were crispy and didn’t feel weird at all. These are made from naturally blue potato and have an almost purplish blue color. Again the flavor is simple – barely any salt too. Somehow I did feel that this blue potato had a slightly stronger after taste versus the others I tried.

Terra Chips

Terra Chips

Lastly I tried the Mediterranean one.

Terra Chips

These include BatataParsnipSweet PotatoTaroYuca and Ruby Dipped Vegetables (naturally red color). The flavoring in these is pretty good – a very apparent flavor of onion and garlic powder. The packaging says a hint of lime, which is in fact correct – just a tiny bit of sourness that comes along with these chips.

Terra Chips

Terra Chips

Here’s a complete list of ingredients for this:

A seasonal mix of root vegetables (sweet potato, parsnip, batata, taro, yuca), canola oil and/or safflower oil and/or sunflower oil, seasoning (whey {milk}, sea salt, evaporated cane juice, spices, onion powder, garlic powder, autolyzed yeast extract, natural olive oil flavor, citric acid, vinegar powder [maltodextrin, distilled vinegar solids], safflower oil, oil of lemon, toasted sesame oil), beet juice concentrate (for color).

 

Pros

Terra Chips

  • Natural Ingredients
  • Fresh and Quality Vegetables
  • Gluten Free
  • GMO Free
  • No added Salt

Cons

  • Expensive

Final Word

Terra Chips

If you are looking for a healthier version of chips, and are quite particular of the ingredients used then Terra Chips is something that you absolutely must give a try. The fact that there’s no added salt makes them a slightly healthier option. Natural vegetable flavor is mostly what you will experience while you have these. And even the one’s that have a little bit of extra zing going on it’s again naturally done.

Buy Terra Chips online. Click here to find out more.

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