8oz Good Graces BBQ Crisps
Are you looking for a healthier snack to satisfy your chips craving? How about you give cassava crisps a try! Let us break down why. First off, crisps is the same word for chips. Don't let that confuse you. The The British in the United Kingdom call them crisps, Americans call them chips, we call them both! Cassava chips are not only healthier but have nearly the same exact texture, crunch, and crispiness of the classic potato chip! You'll improve your diet without even knowing it!
- Grain Free Cassava
- Fewer Calories & Less Fat (compared to potato chips)
What is cassava? Cassava is a plant native to Brazil and is now grown throughout South America. It is eaten and used in products throughout the world. The root is harvested and creates tapioca. Yes, the special ingredient used in tapioca pudding!
How are cassava chips made? Cassava chips are made the exact same way as potato chips! The roots of the cassava plant are peeled, thinly sliced, and fried in oil or oven baked.