We’re over here making our way through as many bags of snacks as we possibly can and we’re not ashamed to admit it. Whether smothered in chocolate, sprinkled with salt, or straight-up vegan, here are 10 bagged snacks that are deliciously irresistible.
Hershey’s Popped Snack Mix
The vibe is pure indulgence with this guilty pleasure bag, which packs the perfect mix of sweet and salty with mini milk chocolate bars, chocolate drizzled popcorn, crunchy almonds, and pretzels. It’s the perfect movie night snack bag. Share or don’t, you don’t need to explain. Hersheys.com.
Dang Thai Rice Chips
These Thai sticky-rice chips are utterly surprising and crazy-addictive. They soak the sticky rich in watermelon juice and coconut milk to bind the brains, then crisp them up to bring out the flavor of the toasted rich. These crunchy little mini rice cakes have at least 25 percent less fat than regular potato chips and they are even more addictive. Dangfoods.com.
Skinny Pop 100-calorie Popcorn Bags
You can full-on snack your way skinny with these individual popcorn bags. Whether you’re trying Keto or intermittent fasting, at just 100 calories, zero sugar, and lightly salted, you can indulge right here and feel no shame. Try a variety pack with sweet & salty kettle, original, or white cheddar. Pack of 30, amazon.com.
Who even knew the Yuca could taste so good? The Yuca Movement, which I’ve just created, may seem fringe, but it’s all the rage for those in the know. These puffed chips have just seven ingredients (depending on your flavor preference): yuca, mushroom, sunflower oil, onion, old bay seasoning, spice, and kosher salt. The Chesapeake Bay is my favorite. These chips look just like pork rinds and have none of the guilt: one serving is only 80 calories! Amazon.com
Real Food From The Ground Up Tortilla Chips
Tortilla chips made from cauliflower? Sign us up! This delicious gluten-free alternative to flour-based chips is as tasty as it is versatile. Pair it with cheese or salsa, and you have the rare dipping chip that doubles as a cracker. Each crunchy chip packs enough flavor to eat by itself, too. fromthegroundupsnacks.com
Hippeas Sriracha Sunshine
Sriracha established itself as a trendy condiment in the U.S. years ago, but few snackmakers have managed to master the flavor. Enter Hippeas Sriracha Sunshine. This organic, chickpea-based alternative to the traditional Cheeto balances the spiciness of jalapeños with organic cane sugar to forge a delicious crunch. hippeas.com
Sonoma Creamery Cheddar Cheese Crisps
Cheese lovers, rejoice: These Keto-friendly squares pop a ton of flavor into each crunchy bite. Impressively, they are made from real cheddar cheese yet are naturally lactose free. They’re guilt-free, too: at 10 grams of protein and zero sugar per serving, don’t be afraid to finish one bag in a single sitting. sonomacreamery.com
Late July Korean Barbeque Tortilla Chips
The unmistakable blend of savory and tangy associated with Korean barbeque is often imitated, yet rarely reminds us of the real thing. Late July Snacks not only harnessed an authentic flavor, it packed it into a healthy chip. Made from organic yellow corn, these gluten-free morsels are sweet, spicy and smoky all at once. latejuly.com
Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle
If you love brownies, and you love brittle, you won’t be disappointed by Sheila G’s delicious attempt at fusion. In addition to the six original flavors (chocolate chip, salted caramel, toffee crunch, chocolate almond, dark chocolate sea salt and mint chocolate chip), these Brownie Brittles now come in keto-friendly and gluten-free varieties ― and Blondies. All are great for on-the-go chocolate snacking. Browniebrittle.com
GG Exceptional Fiber Crackers
A simple fiber cracker proves the old theory that sometimes less is more. The original GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbreads are made with wheat bran, whole grain rye flour, and salt. That’s it. The result is a simple, delicious cracker that pairs well with anything, from cream cheese and lox, to almond butter or avocados. Made in Norway since 1935, it’s also a great source of fiber. ggbrancrispbread.com