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[Snack Attack - Canada] Miss Vickie's Sweet Chili and Sour Cream Kettle Chips

Snack attack is coming two days in a row this week with a couple of Canada edition posts.

To start it off, is this bag of Miss Vickie's Sweet Chili and Sour Cream kettle chips.

Although I see Miss Vickie's pretty regularly in the United States, I have never seen this flavor before.
 
I bought it in Canada, but maybe it's available in the United States, too. Let me know if you've seen it at your local grocery store.

See my other potato chip content here.

I really like Miss Vickie's because the chips are nice a crunchy and not too greasy. The cut is medium thickness and it's a flat chip, not ridged.

This particular flavor sounded very intriguing to me because I love sweet chili flavor anything, so I, of course, had to add this to my basket.

The flavor is not really as much a sweet chili sauce like you get with your Thai food, but more like a smokey, but sweet (not at all spicy) red bell pepper (paprika) flavor to me. The sour cream flavor is there, but it's pretty subtle. I would not liken the sour cream flavor to that of the sour cream flavor in a bag of Lay's Sour Cream and Onion potato chips. It is pretty salty, but not as salty as some of the other varieties of Miss Vickie's chips. (Shop the official Miss Vickie's shop here).

What is your favorite flavor of potato chips? I still have to go with my Soy Sauce Chicken Chips from Korea (blog here) or the Deep River Snacks Sweet Maui Onion Potato Chips in the United States (buy here).




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