There are also Sea Salt and Bacon flavors. (Spotted by Carla at Walmart and Sylvia at Vons.)
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4 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Ritz Crisp & Thins Chips”
Tried the bacon and they were not good. Threw the bag out.
I tried all 4 and they were generally ok. They seem to have not worked out the bake on these; a good portion of the chips were way too dark, especially on the bacon.
Sea Salt: aka Salt. Because they’re using a 100% sodium chloride salt, so there is no difference. The chip is overly potato but the salt level is just right.
Cream Cheese & Onion: Too much acid. I get they were trying for cream cheese, but it didn’t work out. They’re edible but that’s about it.
Salt & Vinegar: I loves me some sodium diacetate. How is it that much better than vinegar powder? Whatever, I liked this one the most. The vinegar taste lasts just the right amount of time.
Bacon: A decent bacon, but not a great one. Doesn’t jive too well with the chip though. One of the few times I would say just use smoke instead of any sort of meaty type bacon.
The flavour was too mild but the chip yummy and crunchy and potato starchy, crisp and airy. I liked the burnt darker pieces. On the lookout for bacon.
When Ritz Crisp & Thins first came out there was a cheddar cheese version. They were, by far, the best of the bunch. I haven’t seen them since. Can anyone tell me what happened to the Cheddar Cheese Ritz Crisp?
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