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Yummy GOOD THiNS Snacks

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    My family enjoy the many different flavors of Good THiNS, a new wholesome snack that’s baked without artificial flavors and colors.

    GOOD THiNS Snack | Just One Cookbook

    If you are a long time reader of Just One Cookbook, then you know I go through phases where I try extra hard to be more health conscious. Eat the right food, exercise, cut down on portions, and look for more wholesome snacks. While browsing at my local Safeway recently, I found Good THiNS snacks and decided to give them a try. Here is my honest review:

    Reasons Why I like Good THiNS

    Before actually trying the snack, there are several reasons why Good THiNS appealed to me:

    1. They are baked.
    2. Made with real ingredients like wheat, potato, and rice.
    3. There are no artificial flavors or colors added.
    4. No high fructose corn syrup.
    5. I love thin crispy snacks.

    GOOD THiNS Snack | Just One Cookbook

    I picked out a few few interesting flavors I thought Mr. JOC would enjoy as well as we like to snack together during TV time. As these snacks are brand new, I didn’t know what to expect. A couple thoughts did enter in my mind…. will the pieces break apart and crumble easily? Will the flavors taste good? What happens if my family doesn’t like them? I’m going to end up eating them all by myself if no one else wants to eat them… yikes!

    GOOD THiNS Snack | Just One Cookbook

    Good THiNS Taste Test

    After lunch a couple days ago, we decided to do a Good THiNS taste test with the whole family. We opened up four different boxes and each of us had a few pieces. Surprisingly, the vote from everyone in the family is a big Thumbs Up! We all enjoyed the different flavors and kids want to pack them for snacks at school.

    What’s so yummy about Good THiNS? I love crispy snacks, and the texture of Good THiNS is a bit dense. So when you bite into them, it’s super crunchy and they do not crumble into small pieces. It’s a big relief as my children are the messiest eaters in the world and I don’t have to worry about the crumbs dropping all over the place. The flavors we had selected all tasted really good, but the winner was definitely spinach and garlic one.

    GOOD THiNS Snack | Just One Cookbook

    One thing I didn’t mention is when I was browsing in the store, the packaging caught my attention because some of the flavors are made from rice and gluten free. I know many readers look for gluten free snack for their family so I do recommend Good THiNS if you are looking for something new. Let me know what you think if you’ve tried Good THiNS.

    GOOD THiNS Snack | Just One Cookbook

    This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons and GOODTHiNS. The opinions and text are all mine.

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