- Ancient Grain Multi Grain & Seed
- Kale Multi Grain & Seed
- Protein Blue Corn & Red Lentil Multi Grain & Seed
- SuperFood Sweet Potato, Hemp & Buckwheat Multi Grain & Seed
- Brown Rice Chips Himalayan Pink Sea Salt
- Cha-Cha-Cha Chia Seed Multi Grain & Seed
You may also bake them- preheat oven to 400 degrees, fill a muffin tin with IfYouCare muffin liners and bake. Spray with additional oil when they begin to crisp. Please note that this method does make them fall apart very easily but still just as tasty. Serving sizes will vary
|Wondering about the orange food? Click HERE for the recipe!|
Follow Your Heart Vegenaise
Fish of your Choice (also great for poultry)
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
Place the fish into a casserole dish, coat with Vegenaise and top with ground cracker mixture. Bake thoroughly. Serving sizes will vary
No Recipe Needed (Sometimes)
After much taste-testing, recipe-making and thinking, I realized that sometimes...just sometimes a recipe is not needed. Sometimes, you can just enjoy the chips- taste the chips, dip the chips or be really gross and do what NutriSon did and lick the salty taste off the chips prior to eating them (gag). I chose to make up a fast and easy pick platter of hummus, homemade guacamole and a neighbor's secret recipe barbecue sauce (curse you, Chris! I must have the recipe!!). So hubby & I got to munch on the Kale, Protein and the Chia chips.
Chips Vs. Crackers
I do have to say that if I had to choose, I prefer Luke's Organics line of chips over their crackers. I'm siked that they are all gluten free and contain heartier grains but, well, the crackers all kind of tasted a bit similar to me. But, on the flip side, I would definitely use their crackers for items like breading, mix-in's, etc.
Now their chips on the other hand- loved! To give you a heads-up, here are my first impressions of each chip variety (in case you tend to lean toward a particular type). Please note that descriptions are merely my interpretation of how they taste. Chip tastes my vary due to opposing taste buds.
~Ancient Grain Multi Grain & Seed- Hearty, crunchy and just a tad of salt
~Kale Multi Grain & Seed- Tastes just like any usual tortilla chip but no bitterness from the kale ~Protein Blue Corn & Red Lentil Multi Grain & Seed- Hearty, a bit of a slight smokey flavor ~SuperFood Sweet Potato, Hemp & Buckwheat Multi Grain & Seed- Not much of a sweet potato taste but still good and hearty
~Brown Rice Chips Himalayan Pink Sea Salt- Salty, almost a nutty flavor
~Cha-Cha-Cha Chia Seed Multi Grain & Seed- Similar to a "Frito" kind of taste
I so appreciate that a company like Luke's Organic is out there for our communities. They are free of peanut, tree nut, soy, gluten, GMO's and as you can see from all of their information on their website, they are passionate about keeping their products healthy for us. Please make sure you visit all of their media sites to see what else they are up to & please let them know that Nutrimom sent you (sharing is caring!).
*No compensation was received for this review other than the products themselves as my reviews are always honest.