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Trader Joe’s Corn, Pea, Bean & Quinoa Crisps are a Hybrid Veggie Snack

 - Jan 19, 2019
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If you're looking for a healthier alternative to potato chips, you might want to consider Trader Joe's new Corn, Pea, Bean & Quinoa Crisps. Made with a blend of veggies, beans, and healthy grains, these chips pack a powerful nutritional punch.

The new Corn, Pea, Bean & Quinoa Crisps are crunchy chip-like crisps made from a blend of yellow corn, yellow and green split peas, black bean grits, and white quinoa. The unique combination of ingredients gives the chips a vegetal, slightly nutty flavor that makes them the perfect vessel for dips like hummus, guacamole, and more. As Trader Joe's explains, the chips are also made using a patented form of heat and compression technology to form the mosaic of veggies "into crispy, crunchy, hexagonal-shaped chips, and then hits them with just enough pink sea salt and black pepper to season them, while allowing the veggie flavor to remain front and center." Better yet, each serving delivers two grams of fiber and three grams of protein for just 120 calories.

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