NEWS: Lay’s Latest Snacks Come In New Packages With Colors Usually Seen In Spring Gap Ads

Lay’s recently introduced two new members of their snack family, the Baked! Lay’s Southwestern Ranch Flavored Potato Crisps and the Flat Earth Spicy Salsa Flavored Baked Veggie Crisps.

For a while, I enjoyed Baked! Lay’s — except the original flavor, which I believe tasted like what I imagine making out with a paper doll is like. I ate them because they were healthier than their fried counterparts, which made me feel less guilty when I ate an entire bag in one sitting to help make a Home Improvement marathon on Nick at Nite a little more tolerable. The Southwestern Ranch flavor will come in handy when I want to make a Frasier marathon a little more bearable.

The Baked! Lay’s Southwestern Ranch contains 120 calories, 3 grams of fat, 0.5 grams of saturated fat, 160 milligrams of sodium and 2 grams of dietary fiber. It’s also gluten-free.

I originally learned about Flat Earth veggie crisps from a number of mommy bloggers I follow. Yeah, I follow a few mommy bloggers, but not because I’m the father of their children. These mommy bloggers raved about how great of a snack it was because it was tasty and provided some vegetables. When I tried them, I very much enjoyed them and then quickly purchased whatever else the mommy bloggers suggested, which was a mistake because I now have a breast milk pump.

Damn those mommy bloggers are influential!

If the Spicy Salsa is as good as the other Flat Earth flavors, some hot momma bloggers are probably going to love these.

The Flat Earth Spicy Salsa has 130 calories, 5 grams of fat, 1 gram of saturated fat, 180 milligrams of sodium and 2 grams of dietary fiber.

9 thoughts on “NEWS: Lay’s Latest Snacks Come In New Packages With Colors Usually Seen In Spring Gap Ads

  1. @Amy: Thanks for pointing that out. I have a photo of Lynn Frazier, former U.S. Senator from North Dakota (1923-1941) above my desk, so I hope you can understand my mistake.

  2. These sound great, and, of course, I can’t get them. :-p

    If you want the healthier chips, you may want to try “Guiltless Gourmet” tortilla chips. I actually prefer them to fried versions, but I’m not sure if you can trust my advice because I’m not a mommy blogger.

    Also, I know you’re trolling mommy blogs MILF hunting.

  3. Hmmm well I can’t cosign on the flat earth, but I’m always down for lays, especially when they come packaged in festive spring colors!

  4. “Baked in flavors” scare the shit out of me. WHAT DOES THIS REALLY MEAN?
    More like painted on flavor chemicals that will make your babies come out with a pre-existing unnatural love for preservatives….

    xxoo-http://gimmeyummy.wordpress.com/

  5. I do not care for the southwest ranch. I haven’t tried the vegetable flavored Flat Earth, but a few years ago I tried a fruit flavor. It was disturbing.

  6. @Orchid64: We could always do a trade? American snacks you can’t get for Japanese snacks I can’t get. And, yes, I’m a total MILF hunter and depending on how old they are, a GILF hunter.

    @Woodenhand: The Flat Earth fruit crisps I’m not really into, but the others are pretty good.

    @JamieSusan: That would explain my love for preservatives.

    @Jeanette: The fruit ones are weird.

    @are: I should turn TIB into a mommy blog. I believe it would be more popular. Or I could stick a topless photo of myself in the sidebar.

  7. cheetoes just came out with this product that i can’t remember the name of but it is something like ONE GIANT CHEETO packaged like a candy bar in orginal and flaming hot. you must review! saw in chicago where i live.

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