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Flat Earth Baked Fruit Crisps

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HillJ Apr 29, 2008 11:32 AM

Okay, my first go at these lightly crisp snacks is Wild Berry Patch.
My first reaction is somewhere btwn a sweet potato chip & an ice cream cone.

Anyone else give these new snack treats a try?

"a blend of rice, potato, apple and berries."
http://www.flatearth.com/

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  1. Emme RE: HillJ Apr 29, 2008 03:59 PM

    try the apple flavored ones. the berry ones are a bit... funkier, like odd flavor w/ texture to me, but the apple ones are nice, more like apple chips.

    1. Aimi RE: HillJ Apr 30, 2008 10:17 AM

      I've had the veggie crisps. They're good, but they won't hit the spot if potato chips are what you're craving.

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        gordeaux RE: HillJ Apr 30, 2008 12:08 PM

        Lol -
        First time I tried those, the very first thing I thought was:
        Somebody is going to make a fortune if they make these into waffle cones for ice cream.
        "The best sugar cone you've ever had that also contains 1/2 cup of real berries."

        I've tried all flavors, and only buy the berry ones still. Nice and tangy. Different snack treat that supposedly has some nutritional value.

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          cor RE: HillJ Apr 30, 2008 02:45 PM

          The texture is chippy, but the flavor is too sweet. Altogether an odd combination. I wouldn't buy them again.

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            PayOrPlay RE: HillJ Apr 30, 2008 07:27 PM

            Our family was really into these chips for about 6 months, and then burned out. Ultimately we found the veggie ones to be too salty, and the fruity ones too artificial-tasting. Now we are addicted to "Pop Chips" (no fruity varieties of that one, though). YMMV.

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              HillJ RE: PayOrPlay Apr 30, 2008 07:50 PM

              http://bajispassion.com/whereisbaji.php

              PayOr, Pop Chips remind me of these new Papadum chips. Whole Foods seems to carry most of these new chip offerings.

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