Danielle Chips, Roasted Coconut Chips, 2 oz (56 g)
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No extra oil, but unspecified sugar
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Non-GMO on Jun 24, 2012
I purchased these because unlike their other chips, there is no palm oil added only the fat from the coconut itself. Young green coconut us used, which makes for a unique and delicate chip. However, the chips are very small. We found that this makes a better ice cream or Coconut Bliss topping than a chip for snacking or dipping. I have not confirmed with the company the source of their sugar. I am hoping that it is sugar cane and not GMO beet sugar. It is worth a call to find out.
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Posted by Reviewer2666123 on Jul 09, 2012
This will not receive five stars after trying the Lundberg Rice Chips (honey dijon!!! mmmm!!), but it is good. Just different to anything, hard to prepare for.
Posted by Reviewer2121718 on Aug 13, 2012
The taste is ok, but you get the feeling of eating....fingernails!!
They are OK
Posted by run4bear on Jun 02, 2013
Tasty, but too pricey to eat straight, so I mixed them with my home-made "trail mix". I can get less expensive coconut somewhere else. A bigger package may offer some savings (if offered.
Nice crunch but too sweet for me
Posted by HiNewUsers4HelpClickHere on Oct 16, 2013
These are a nice product but I'd prefer something less sweet. They are a good balance of salt and sugar though and super crispy. Don't expect anything looking like a 'normal' chip though. They are standard coconut flakes that have been baked.