Looking for a better-for-you chip to go with that dip? Look no further! Way Better Snacks are sprouted whole grains & seeds corn tortilla chips and this week’s Supermarket RD’s Pick.
Super Bowl is this weekend! I’m all about football, but food is just as important for the big game. If you are still looking for recipes to make for the big game, head on over to my 15 (healthier) game day appetizers recipe round-up post for some ideas. I’m still in the works of narrowing down what I’m going to make. I want to make them all!
Along with all these game day recipes, every good dip needs a good chip. Skip the generic run of the mill boring chip… I’ve got a way better chip that I think you’ll like. (pun intended!)
Way Better Snacks tortilla chips use unprocessed sprouted whole grains and seeds to create their chips. They use ingredients that you know of (and how to pronounce) like organic sprouted brown rice, organic sprouted flaxseed, organic sprouted quinoa, etc. Check out all ingredients here.
So what exactly does sprouted mean?
We all know that seeds, grains and beans play an important role in a healthy diet, but their nutrients can be increased multifold through the process of germination. Germination releases enzymes specifically designed to start the seed on its way to becoming a plant, which in turn consolidates nutrients. Sprouted foods are high in fiber, helps neutralize and remove waste from the body. (source)
Looking for a dip to go with these chips? Try some of these recipes:
Spicy Adzuki Bean Hummus via The Foodie Dietitian
White Bean and Roasted Garlic Dip via Meal Makeover Moms
Edamame Dip via Running to the Kitchen
Pineapple Guacamole via Gimme Some Oven
Creamy Kale and Spinach Dip via Minimalist Baker
Disclosure: Way Better Snacks did not sponsor this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own to share healthy items found in your grocery store to RDelicious Kitchen readers.
I will have to pick up a bag the next time I am grocery shopping. See if they pass the kid test:)
I’m confident they will! I use them for my kids cooking classes at work all the time and they love them!
I have been seeing these chips everywhere around the blogosphere! Need to finally try them out!