REVIEW: Pretzel Crisps – Garlic Parmesan Deli Style

Rating: ©©©-1/2 chips  (notable)

Comments:

If you haven’t acquainted yourself with any of the Pretzel Crisps line of flavors yet, Chip Review can’t urge you enough to go out and try these special pretzel-chip hybrids.  Simply imagine great pretzel flavor, with spot-on seasoning and a light, crisp-y chip…or crisp.

Well, these Garlic Parmesan Pretzel Crisps aren’t quite as delicious in our opinion as their Buffalo Wing, Jalapeno Jack and Chipotle Cheddar Deli Style flavors, but they do still taste pretty good.

Each crisp was coated with a generous dusting of the salty Parmesan cheese powder.  At first it seemed like these were not the most garlicky snack, but with the more crisps we ate, the garlic flavor became more and more apparent and powerful.  This classic flavor combination always evokes thoughts of rich, buttery, fatty food (….garlic and Parmesan cheese bread) in our mind, but these Pretzel Crisps keep it light and crunchy….and, we wound up longing for some that comforting fattiness.

So, overall, we don’t love this flavor combination with the Pretzel Crisps, but we can appreciate how people who try to eat healthier may really value this Parmesan Garlic option to satisfy their cheese bread cravings….  Chip Review has a lot of respect for companies producing snacks that are healthier options than other snacks on the market.  Not to to mention the fact that Pretzel Crisps also taste a heck of a lot better than the majority of those other fried choices out there.

As always, these are our thoughts, we would love to hear what you think.  Agree or disagree, let us know.

Crisps provided to Chip Review by Pretzel Crisps for review

Chip Ratings Scale:

(1/4 increments)

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©© tolerable

©©© – notable

©©©© – lip-smacking

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