Kellogg’s recently rolled out a line of Brown Rice Chips inspired by Chef Ming Tsai. If you like the notion of chips, but are looking for a lighter, higher fiber option with a pretty clean ingredient list – then these are the chips for you.
Blue Ginger Multi-Grain Brown Rice Chips come in Black Sesame and Sea Salt or Sour Cream and Scallion flavors. For the black sesame and sea salt variety, each 33 chip serving has 110 calories and 3 grams of fiber.
The product contains no functional or isolated fiber products and all of the fiber comes from these naturally-occurring ingredients:
- Brown rice flour
- Whole corn meal
- Whole oat flour
- Black sesame seeds
The chips are crunchy, salty and satisfying as far as snack foods go. If you like Indian food, you’ll recognize that the rice flour lends a flavor not unlike that of papadam.