by Jess

We’ve been fans of Eat Real chips for a long time, Cherry and I especially are obsessed with the white cheddar quinoa puffs, which are totally vegan, but so cheesy! They are so good and I am not going to pretend that I haven’t eaten a huge bag in one sitting before. I also love the hummus chips, lentil chips and quinoa chips, they are all amazing.

So when I heard that they were now being sold in multipacks I was super excited, especially as a lot of supermarkets are now selling them. We were sent some to try and it introduced us to a couple of new flavours, one of which is now mine and Cherry’s new favourite. It’s the sour cream and chive hummus chips, they are so good!

I also loved the sea salt lentil chips, so much so that I had eaten them before we got the chance to take these photos.

eat real chips being sold in multipacks vegan snacks living on leavesThe hummus chips have 48% less fat than normal crisps and the lentil chips have 40% less fat than normal crisps but to be honest, I don’t eat these because they are healthy, I eat them because they taste amazing. The fact they are healthier is just an added bonus. They are also gluten-free.

The multipacks have 2 packs of sundried tomato and roasted garlic quinoa chips, 2 packs of sour cream and chive hummus chips and 2 packs of sea salt lentil chips and are retailing for £1.99 in health food shops and selected supermarkets – I’ve seen them in large Tesco stores.

eat real chips being sold in multipacks vegan snacks living on leavesIf you haven’t tried this brand of crisps then you definitely should! And if you are like me and have no self-control with the big bags then these multipacks are the perfect solution, although I have been known to eat two packs in one sitting 😉

Thanks to Eat Real for sending us some samples, we’ve now scoffed them all so need to stock up again!  

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