This taking-the-baby-weight off program gets dull. It requires occasional browsing of sports and fitness magazines like Shape. The last issue I read featured their annual snack review article. Best article I've read in a while. It turned me onto my new standard snack, Cocoa roasted almonds. Yum. Those 100 calorie snack packs were easily found at Target, grocery stores, and amazingly, is available in a 38 oz. "bulk" container from Sam's.
How about that? It's as simple as asking? Her response could make me a loyal Shape reader forever. That's a fabulous example of customer service. And Popchips did not disappoint. A few days later a package arrived at my address containing four bags of salt & pepper potato chips.
What's so great about Popchips, you might ask? Everything. The whole bag/serving, is 100 calories. I'd eat them if they weren't healthy and low-calorie and popped, not fried or baked.
Please. Baked chips? I'd rather eat dirt than a baked chip. On Fourth of July my mom served baked chips. I ate one or two. After we left her house we stopped and picked up a bag of salt & vinegar chips, so I could get my chips fix for the Fourth. Also got a pint of Ben & Jerry's, but that's another story.
What else? Besides the snack being delicious and satisfying to the tummy, it satisfies my eyes, too. The chips are round and snappy, but I'm really impressed with the packaging aesthetics. The steel grey of the bag plus their soothing fonts made the entire Popchips experience superb. Their website is slick, too.