Lundberg Rice Chips

I first discovered Lundberg Family Farms after falling in love with their brown rice cakes. Smothered in peanut butter and eaten in pairs. If these cakes were good, I knew there had to be more where that came from. Boy was I right. This company is a carblovers dream. Rice, rice cakes, rice chips, flour, pastas..starchy paradise. Bring on the long runs!

Ashley with Lundberg was kind enough to send me two flavors of their rice chips. The rice chips come in 9 flavors, sea salt, fiesta lime, wasabi, pico de gallo, sesame and seaweed, cracked black pepper, spicy black bean, santa fe bbq, and honey dijon. Everyone can have a party in their mouth with these options. Ashley sent me cracked black pepper, and spicy black bean. These chips are gluten free and vegan friendly, which is perfect for the vegan adventure I am on. Let the tasting begin.

Cracked Black Pepper

This flavor was mild, perfect for dipping in salsa or hummus. The rice chunks are evident, and make for an extra crunch. This is the perfect sandwhich chip.

Spicy Black Bean

This flavor was a bit stronger, in a good way. A bit saltier, also good for dipping. This chip added oomph to my dinner meal.

Both of these chips had a thickness and crunch factor that earned them a 10/10. They are perfect for dipping because they wont BREAK when you go to dip. They can hold the weight of whatever you’re dipping them into. There’s nothing worse than ruining your white shirt due to a flimsy chip.

What did they think?

Yup, these chips were a hit.

Thank you thank you Ashley, your products are organically delicious!

Q: Have you tried any Lundberg products?

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20 thoughts on “Lundberg Rice Chips”

  1. I want these chips NOW! I hate when chips break when dipping in hummus or something but this solves the problem!

  2. Oooh the black bean flavor ones sound fabulous! Haha and the pic of manfriend with your kitty just gave me the hugest smile, if they approve I must look for these chips! :)

  3. I have their brown rice medley! It’s great, my dad introduced me to it. The only problem is that again I have no patience for rice so I have yet to successfully cook it on my own and actually have it be done. I’m learning to just like harder rice ha!

    1. Bahaha I have NO patience when I am hungry. I have to make this kind of rice at least 20 minutes before my hunger beast hits or I’ll snack so much while I am waiting.

  4. Ohhhh they look mighty tasty and since I am addict of pepper, I would have immediately stolen this bag you got and ate them. What a perfect flavor.

    I haven’t tried any of their products BUT my hippie sister just came home from Trader Joe’s with ‘ginger chews.’ They look like candy, almost like a tootsie roll so of course, I stole a few. But upon chewing them and realizing their flavor was killing my tastebuds and were not at all like a tootsie roll- I had to spit them out. This is completely off topic from your question, but I just thought you should know that I almost died from stealing imposter-like-candy.

  5. OMG, I freaking love you!
    “Everyone can have a party in their mouth with these options.”
    I normally don’t read blog articles that deal with food that I can’t eat because of my bulimic tendencies, but I just KNEW that you would write something sales pitch worthy that would make me laugh.
    AND I WAS ABSOLUTELY CORRECT IN MY PREDICTION.
    LOL! :D
    PS: It was a really long week, and I didn’t mail your package. But it is getting dispatched first thing on Monday morning!!! Please don’t hate me! :)

    1. I hope this was a safe post to read!! I’m glad you like my corny humor. Yooouu hush your face about the package!! I am beyond grateful you are even sending me this book!! You could take a YEAR to send it and I would be just as jazzed about it! Take your time, life comes first!! I loveee you, I could never hate you.

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