Eat Real have come up with a super range of wheat-free snacks. They are a healthy alternative to regular crisps and there is a huge variety of flavours and types. The crisps/chips come in 3 types – lentil, quinoa or hummus. Then we’ve flavours like tomato and basil, chilli and lemon, sea salt, creamy dill or plain. Depending on what you fancy, there’s a choice each time. To see the full range of products and flavours see here I personally liked the lentil and the quinoa over the hummus and then I found the creamy dill lentil flavour amazing. I also loved the chilli and lime quinoa chips. I wasn’t really a fan of the plain and the sea salt flavours but maybe that was because I had tried the stronger flavours first. The creamy dill nearly tastes cheesy and creamy and are lovely and crunchy too. The quinoa snacks are crunchy and light, very enjoyable with a great punch of flavour.
These chips work great as a snack and would also be great if you are entertaining in place of bowls of peanuts/regular crisps. They are that something a little bit different and I really enjoyed them. Made from real, natural ingredients with no added nasties, I’d highly recommend them.
Eat real also do a range of bars. From handmade coconut bars to almond, cashew and peanut. The bars were nice, nothing amazing. The coconut bar was my favourite, reminded me of a Bounty bar which I haven’t had in about 10 years! Their chips are more of a winner with me to be honest.
Eat Real are a great brand with a wide variety of snacks in particular for the wheat-free and gluten-free market which is great news. Available in a great range of stores in the UK and in Ireland in Tescos, selected health stores and some independent health shops and cafes like Grass Roots in Howth, Co. Dublin. See stockists for a full list of stores.