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Healthy Loaded Lentil Chips + A Giveaway

I love a good appetizer of loaded chips. Let’s be honest, it’s a full meal, and it’s delicious. It’s shareable, but you may not want to, and if you make some for everyone, you won’t have to. But how does a dish of yummy loaded chips become a meal? Healthify it, with Saffron Road Lentil Chips and all healthier veggies and toppings.

Saffron Road snacks are plant-based, including chickpeas and lentils for a good source of protein and folic acid. They offer more nutritious value than standard snacks, are much lower in fat than regular chips, gluten-free and non-GMO while being high in fiber and sustainable. Their snacks are made from among the world’s healthiest foods!

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Saffron Road offers Baked Lentil Chips in a variety of flavors, such as Sea Salt, Cucumber Dill (my favorite as a snack on its own), Garlic Parmesan, Rosemary, Cracked Pepper, and Moroccan Barbecue (another favorite). The Saffron Road Lentil Crackers are available in Sea Salt or Rosemary Herb, and the Saffron Road BeanStalks are offered in Cheddar, Sea Salt, and Barbecue.

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The Saffron Road Chick Peas Sea Salt are amazing over a salad- they are crunchy crisp baked chick peas!

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But my favorite way to enjoy Saffron Road snacks are loaded with lots of healthy toppings!

Healthy Loaded Chips Recipe


1 bag Saffron Road Rosemary Lentil Chips
1 cup cooked chicken, diced
assorted bell peppers, chopped
1/2 small onion, chopped
2 tbsps extra-virgin olive oil
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
sour cream and lime juice (optional)

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serves 4


1. Layer Saffron Road Lentil Chips at bottom of one microwave-safe large bowl (or four individual stoneware serving bowls), and top with chicken, peppers, onions, olive oil, and finally cheese.
2. Serve as is or heat for 30 seconds in microwave or 5 minutes at 350 in oven.
3. Remove from heat, let cool 5 minutes and serve.

(my sons won’t eat melted cheese in anything so we serve it layered and unheated)

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Enter to win an assortment of Saffron Road healthier snacks. Just tell me in a comment below how you’d enjoy them. US only, 18+, ends July 23rd. Prize fulfilled by sponsor.

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One winner per household, email address, or home address. If you have won this prize on another blog you are ineligible to win again. Winner must have a U.S.-based address to receive the prize.

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I participated in #MomBlogTourFF Mom Blog Tour at the Summer Fancy Food Show on behalf of Wendy’s Bloggers and received Saffron Road products to facilitate my review.

  • Aaron

    I would enjoy healthier snacks on a picnic!

  • I’d enjoy them as a delicious afternoon snack.

  • melinda singer

    I’d enjoy them as a side to a soup and salad lunch!

  • Sheryl Edwards

    I would enjoy the Saffron Road baked Lentil Chips healthier snacks with some guacamole and hummus at a BBQ cookout with family & friends!

  • Regina Foster

    They are all great

  • Mei-Lan Chung

    i enjoy them with hummus and salsa

  • Bobby Ding

    would love to win as I am a huge fan of Saffron Road.

  • Karen D

    I’d enjoy them by sharing with my grandsons! They love special treats.

  • Ben Katz

    Would love to try these!

  • Eugenie

    I would enjoy these snacks in the evening while reading a book.

  • Janice

    delish as they are or paired with salsa!

  • Donald Rogers

    I would love to try these in and on salads, or for light snacking during one of our many yearly road trips. Baked = not messy!

  • Kirsten

    I’d use them when I need a snack.

  • My son would love them with hummus. It’s his favorite snack!

  • Janet Hayes

    Would like to try the chips w/hummus as a snack.

  • Jenny Leigh

    These would be great with a healthy homemade dip.

  • Tamara Lin

    As a snack! In school lunches too.

  • Justin

    Right out of the bag.

  • Joe

    With a dip?

  • Karen S.

    They sound so healthy. Thanks for the chance.

  • Madison

    I’d enjoy them as they are, and may with hummus or in a snack mix.