A container of Trader Joe's Sea Salted Saddle Potato Crisps

Trader Joe’s Review: Sea Salted Saddle Potato Crisps

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Move over Pringle’s, Trader Joe’s has come out with their own Sea Salted Saddle Potato Crisps. Do they live up to all the hype? Read on to find out!

Trader Joe’s newest chip has been all over the internet lately. It took forever for my local store to get them, but now I’m here to give you the low-down!

Everything about these chips screams “Pringle’s Copycat!”, from the canister to the smell of the chips to their shape.

But do they taste like Pringle’s? Yes, but better!

A close up of one of the chips.

The chips are lightly salted and have a great potato-y flavor. They are perfectly crisp and my canister had very little breakage. Some of the canisters at my store were dented, which might cause more breakage, so look out for that.

This is definitely a plain potato chip, so if you need some umpf in your snacks, you might want to think about pairing these with some sort of dip.

At $1.59, these chips are a bit cheaper than other chips at Trader Joe’s.

Nutrition Information for Trader Joe’s Sea Salted Saddle Potato Crisps

The nutrition facts for Sea Salted Saddle Potato Crisps

As far as potato chips go, these might be slightly healthier, but they are definitely still a chip.

A serving size is 11 chips with about 5 servings in the entire package.

The ingredients in Sea Salted Saddle Potato Crisps

Like all Trader Joe’s products, this mix does not contain artificial flavors, preservatives, or colorings.

These chips are not labelled gluten-free, but they do not contain any dairy.

Verdict: 10/10

These crisps taste like Pringle’s and are a nice light alternative to the usual potato chips. Hopefully, Trader Joe’s will put out some more varieties with their usual creative spin on different flavorings.

Have you tried Trader Joe’s Sea Salted Saddle Potato Crisps? Leave a comment and let me know what you think.

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