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Bare Snacks Banana Chips Review

Bare Snacks Banana ChipsBare Snacks Banana Chips Review
Gifted By: Bare Snacks
www.baresnacks.com
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor, FaveGlutenFreeRecipes.com

 

Bare Snacks Banana Chips come in three different and delicious flavors: Simply Baked, Cinnamon, and Cocoa Dusted. The healthy snacks are made using just bananas and seasoning. They are naturally gluten free and are perfect for snacking on all day long.

 

Bare Snacks is the perfect name for the company because they only use natural ingredients. The plain variety is made using just bananas and nothing else, while the seasoned bananas are still made with just two ingredients. Without added sugar, oil, or preservatives, they are a healthy snack choice. Plus, no GMO products are used in any of their snacks.

 

The banana chips are made by baking small slices of fresh banana. They are baked until they are super crispy like a regular chip. The plain chips are delicious on their own or used as a chip for dip. The cinnamon and cocoa flavors add a nice depth of flavor that doesn't overpower the palate. 

 

This is a great snack food for anyone, not just people with a gluten free diet. The best part is that the chips are tasty, and you can eat them guilt-free.

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Meh, I thought they were too sweet. You don't need to add a lot of sugar to a fruit that is already sweet.

I'm not a huge fan of bananas themselves, but I love banana chips and these are amazing! I love the cocoa ones.

Banana chips = Nature's candy.... I've been on a sugar kick lately and these banana chips actually just what I need. They take care of my sugar craving and are still healthy. The cinnamon ones were packed quite the blast of spice, but they were still super tasty.

If you like banana, this is the snack for you! The banana flavor was VERY strong, which I enjoyed. The Simply Baked flavor was my favorite since it was pure banana.

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