Wavy Lays by Frito-Lay

For as long as I can remember, I have *always* been a potato chip fan. I like 'em, I love 'em, I want some more of 'em, I try so hard, I can't rise above them ...

Okay, sorry ... anyway. I grew up snacking on Ruffles with French Onion chip dip (Yes, you can see that my parents were only into the healthiest of foods for their growing daughter... thanks Pop!). When I went GDSYWP-free, I was just so thankful that potatoes were still okay for me to have. I will eat a potato just about anyway you make it ... baked potatoes, julienne fries, wedge fries, shoe-string fries, mashed potatoes, mashed potatoes with gravy, grilled potatoes, home fries, hash browns, and, of course, potato chips!

My current favorite potato chip, and another constant in my kitchen, is Regular Wavy Lays from Frito-Lay.


They are much less greasy than my childhood staple Ruffles, but still have that delicious potato-y, just-salty-enough flavor and wonderful crunch. And, I love the ingredients list: potatoes, sunflower and/or corn oil and salt. That's it! 3 plain, normal things make these beauties. Don't you just love it when life is simple?

And, as brought to my attention by J.J. over at Giving up the Gluten, Frito-Lay is a friend to us food-intolerant people! They have an entire list of ingredient concerns and their products. They seem to be wonderfully educated about gluten, soy, dairy, casein, egg, onion, nuts and other intolerances! I was pleasantly surprised at their knowledge and desire to help educate their consumers!

Okay, my mouth is seriously watering now ... must go find my bag of Wavy Lays ... like ... now ...

 

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