There’s been a lot of ‘chip’ style products featured in past Chewsday reviews, but the market is continually being flooded with new brands. Today’s review features Coles Puffed Corn Chips with sorghum, quinoa, chia and sea salt. Are they any better? Or just another pretend healthy chip? Let’s see… 🔶Ingredients: 🔹Corn grits (68%), sorghum (18%), sunflower oil, quinoa (3%), chia (2.5%), sea salt 🔹Common allergens include: nil (although label states that milk may be present).
So many requests lately for a review of the Messy Monkeys Fruit bars. Your wish is my command! Today’s Chewsday Review features the Messy Monkeys Strawberry and Apple Snack Bar. How do these compare to other snack or fruit bars? Let’s see… 🔶Ingredients: 🔹Dried Fruit (44%), Soluble Corn Fibre, Navy Bean Flour, Pepitas, Canola Oil. 🔹The dried fruit contains Apple (24%), Raisins and Strawberries (2.6%) 🔹This product is definitely gluten free, but may contain: Lupin, Milk, Pe
Today’s Chewsday review features Pulse Pasta. Is it just another fad, or is it worth investing in? I’m focussing on Pulse Penne by San Remo… 🔶Ingredients: Pea flour (25%), chickpea flour (25%), borlotti bean flour (25%, lentil flour (25%). 🔹Common allergens include: may contain traces of lupin and soy. 🔶The positives: 🔹Excellent fibre content. Works out to 9.8g per 125g serving. This is 2.5 times more fibre than in regular San Remo pasta. That is a fairly big serving, so