Emily Crisps

IMG-20170808-WA0003.jpgLove vegetables?
Love fruit?
Love crisps?

Then look no further as Emily Crisps are the best.

Emily is the founder of the company and she discovered on her travels a innovative way to make crunch crisps from fruit to vegetables. She believes that snacking should be fun and adventurous and healthy.

Here are the crisp products that can be bought that all have no added sugar, gluten free, vegan friendly and are 1 of your 5 a day

Crunchy French Bean Sugar Snap Peas and Black Edamame

Crunchy Red Apple

Crunchy Fig Banana

Crunchy Sweet Potato, Carrot and Beetroot

http://www.emilycrisps.com/

 

4 Comments

  1. I have never been a fan of vegetable crisps but when I had the pleasure to sample Emily Crisps whilst sailing down the canals of Paddington and Camden in a Go Boat I was pleasantly surprised. Not only was the crisps very crunchy but they tasted exceptionally good. The French Bean ones I really thought I would not like but surpringsly they were in fact very tasty and very green which made it look even more appetising and healthy. I think though that these bean crisps even though tasty on their own they work far better with some dips so great for a party alternate to the Tacos especially considering this contributes to 1 of your 5 a day. I also tried the banana and apple crisps and again very crunchy and great flavour. The banana ones were very yellow and tasted strongly of banana which was a real treat and unexpected. The apple crisps they had a lovely red outer edging to them and were exceptionally apple in taste and with the crunch it made it really felt like I was eating an apple but with a different texture and a sweeter taste. So if you are a lover of fruit and vegetables then I highly recommend buying this scrumptious crunchy crisps as you won’t be disappointed plus what better way in getting 1 of your 5 a day.

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  3. Vi Vian says:

    I love vegetable crisps and the “Crunchy French Bean Sugar Snap Peas and Black Edamame” was my favourite. It gave me the great feeling of my five-a-day vegetable portion. Most importantly, it was delicious. The “Crunchy Fig Banana” was a little too sweet for me but a good sugar boost. Makes a great picnic snack!

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