Meet your new movie night essential: This brilliant potato chip-popcorn hybrid has a big cheese taste and fun-to-munch crackly texture.To buy: $4 for 7.25 ounces, at supermarkets.Featured June 2011
Don’t let the name scare you—this inspired twist on salt and vinegar chips has a delectable, tangy kick that will have you digging deep in the bag for seconds.To buy: $3.50 for 6 ounces, at supermarkets and natural food stores.
Proof that there’s more to chickpeas than spreads and salads, these tasty low-fat snacks have a delicate, flaky texture and slightly nutty flavor.To buy: $3.50 for 5 ounces, at supermarkets and natural food stores.
Flavored with Old Bay Seasoning—the classic spice mix used in Chesapeake crab cakes and shrimp boils—these addictive chips are custom-made for seafood lovers.To buy: $4 for 10 ounces, at supermarkets.
These smoky, air-crisped snacks—packed with 6 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber per serving—make eating your vegetables a treat.To buy: $6 for 2 ounces, at natural food stores.
Who says, “Revenge is a dish best served cold?” These delicious chips pack some serious heat, thanks to powerful habanero and chipotle chilies.To buy: $1.50 for 2 ounces, at supermarkets.
Two kinds of rice—whole grain brown and wild—plus savory sesame seeds make these Asian-inspired chips a satisfying midday snack.To buy: $3 for 5.5 ounces, at supermarkets and natural food stores.
Flavored with famously sweet Maui onions, these scrumptious snacks are some of the crunchiest in the chip aisle.To buy: $3.50 for 8 ounces, at supermarkets.
Show your true colors on July Fourth with this patriotic blend of red, white, and blue root vegetable crisps (a.k.a. candy striped beets, sweet potatoes, and blue potatoes).To buy: $4.50 for 6.5 ounces, at supermarkets and natural food stores.
Twice baked to crunchy perfection and sprinkled with a generous dose of cinnamon and sugar, these chips are practically dessert in a bag.To buy: $3 for 8 ounces, at supermarkets and natural food stores.See all Daily Finds from this month