Food Should Taste Good Review & Giveaway

Food Should Taste Good Giveaway! | this heart of mine

Before the whole organic food/eat natural/make-your-own-food movement was a thing, my mom was already doing it all. I’ve mentioned this before. My mom was a ‘crunchy’, ‘natural’ mom even before the terms were used. She made most of our food from scratch, grew lots of the vegetables in the garden out back and those items she didn’t make or grow, we got from the co-op, which, in my little town, consisted of picking up our order at a local church. We even helped unload the shipments from the delivery truck and separated it into the individual orders. Instead of fruit snacks we ate natural fruit leathers, we ordered our flour, oats, nuts and chocolate chips in bulk and instead of brand name pop, we drank organically flavored stuff. For a long time, I thought all people ate the way we did. By the time I figured out they didn’t, my palette was already set.

All that story is to say is that I am well versed in, am not scared by and actually love natural food. When Food Should Taste Good contacted me to try their product, I was very interested. First, I love the name. Food should indeed taste good. All the time. And when I read more about how the company got started, I knew the founder was my kind of people – a guy trying to make quality food with real ingredients and great taste.

Food Should Taste Good Giveaway! | this heart of mine

The flavors we tried were Blue Corn, Multigrain and Guacamole. Honestly, we liked them all. I like when I can taste the flavors of the ingredients used and I could taste them in all three.

When I was young, I thought it was so cool when we got a bag of blue corn chips because – uh – the chips were blue!! I still think blue chips are cool. FSTG Blue Corn chips, made with blue corn, brown rice, flax, sesame and sunflower seeds and quinoa, have a delicious nutty/corn flavor. They taste better than I remember the ones from my youth.

The Multigrain chips are the best tasting multigrain food I’ve tasted, hands down. Forget dry, tasteless cardboard, these chips have immense flavor, thanks to the brown rice, flax, sesame and sunflower seeds and quinoa. I did a double-take actually. They have such a rich flavor the first thing I thought was ‘these have to be deep fried.’ Not true. They are cholesterol free and have zero grams of trans fat. Real foods taste good.

Lastly, the little-bit-o-spice Guacamole chips. First, I love guacamole and I especially love spicy guacamole. These tasty green chips (green!!) incorporate the flavors of cilantro, avocado and Serrano peppers. Mmmmmmmm! I wanted to eat the whole bag but someone had to take pics.

And finally, as a connoisseur of dips, I am happy to report all the chips (or crackers, they work as either) held up well to generous dipping. Hurray!

Food Should Taste Good Giveaway! | this heart of mine

I like Food Should Taste Good‘s style. High quality foods using really ingredients with real taste. I’m a fan.

Guess what?! You can try it too! Here are the details:

One winner will win:

-$100 gift card
-9 piece square dipping set
-Nostalgia Electric Fondue pot, including 6 forks
-stainless steel snack bowl
-a variety of Food Should Taste Good product

Wow, right?! Comment below and you are entered. Open to U.S. residents only.

The giveaway will close on Sunday August 31st at 11:59pm CST and the winner will be announced Monday.


Winner: Kellie Rose Wilson

Good luck!

This post is brought to you in partnership with Food Should Taste Good. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

About Amy Christie

Amy is a wife, mother of two and a maker. Making is her thing whether it is food, DIYs or photos of her children. Follow Amy on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Bloglovin, Twitter, and through her once-a-month newsletter to keep up with the latest from this heart of mine.

32 thoughts on “Food Should Taste Good Review & Giveaway

  1. I have never tried these before. They all look delish but I really want to try the guacamole chips (and that black bean and corn salsa in the pic!).

  2. They have so many varieties, but only a few are available where I shop. The sweet potato is the only one I have tried, but many of them look like they are worth a shot.

  3. I would absolutely love to try these Food Should Taste Good products! I love anything that I can dip in ranch, salsa, sour cream, or guacamole!

  4. Some of my students on restrictive diets have brought these to school so I bought some and tried them and guess what… they DO taste good!!

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