Milton’s Craft Bakers: Gluten Free Baked Chips Review

Milton’s Craft Bakers: Gluten Free Baked Chips Review & Giveaway

One of my favorite local deli’s is Miltons in Del Mar – the soup, the sandwiches, the deserts and every piece in between is tasty and delicious.

When I originally heard that they also have a craft baking division I was excited to bring home that Milton’s goodness. Milton’s has continued the tasty tradition with the Milton’s Gluten Free Baked Chips that are crispy as well as tasty!

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Milton’s Craft Bakers. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way will effect the opinion stated in the review.

I receive the following varieties of Milton’s Baked Chips that included the following:

Milton’s Gluten Free Baked Chips come in the following varieties including Himalayan Salt Baked Chips, Green Chili Salsa Baked Chips, Nacho Cheddar Baked Chips, and Red Chili Salsa Baked Chips. Each flavor was distinct and had varying levels of spice/salt.

The Red Chili Salsa Baked Chips were a little spicy. but not intolerable and not an overload on spice.

The second was the Green Chili Salsa Baked Chips and there was no doubt that this had a Green Chili scent and flavor. These were not spicy but full of flavor.

The Himalayan Salt Baked Chips were more on the plain side, and adequately salted. I would recommend that these would be really good dipped in salsa or a guacamole.

The Nacho Cheddar Baked Chips reminded me of a healthier version of the current nacho chips on the shelves.

Each of Milton’s Baked chips are dairy free, soy free, peanut and tree nut free, egg free and are certified kosher. In addition to the things they are without, they are also NON-GMO project verified. The chips are a blend of corn, brown rice, chickpeas, lentil as well as appropriate seasonings and are vegan friendly! As an added bonus they also contain no trans fats or cholesterol and are always baked – not fried. The best part is there is no odd after taste, which can happen with chips.

We really enjoyed each of these, and we have found a new snack chip that I know you will also love!

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GIVEAWAY: Milton’s Craft Bakers has offered a variety pack of baked chips to my readers! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) 5.5 oz free bag of the following flavors of the following gluten-free varieties including Himalayan Salt Baked Chips, Green Chili Salsa Baked Chips, Nacho Cheddar Baked Chips, and Red Chili Salsa Baked Chips. This is a $16.00 value! Only open to residents in the US only. I will be randomly choosing 1 person on April 30th (4/30/2017) to receive this baked chip bounty! To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Milton’s Craft Bakers. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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58 thoughts on “Milton’s Craft Bakers: Gluten Free Baked Chips Review

  1. Victoria Scott

    My all time favorite chips are Lance’s Thunder Salt and Vinegar chips. They are so bad for me, but they are so good LOL

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  2. Jen Dantuma

    I’ve given them up, but I always had a soft spot for Doritos…so nice to see a healthy alternative!

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  3. doug gerard

    My all-time favorite is Doritos Nacho Cheese Flavor Chips. I remember back in the 1970’s when I was growing up, I used to buy Doritos–they were just the plain ones back then, and they only cost 49 cents for a nice big bag! Now they cost a arm & leg so I don’t get to buy them as often as I would like!

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  4. Rosie

    My favorite chip is any ridged potato chip – I love them all. These sound soo good. Oh I’m hungry!

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  5. Peter G

    Nach Cheddar is a winner for lunch, dinner, snack time or anytime chips are wanted.

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  6. barbg

    For potato chips my favorite used to be sold in a large gallon tin called Charles Chips. Now I like a good lays chip or some cheetos.

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  7. Janice B

    My favorite chips are Ruffles cheddar and sour cream. I also like Grandma Utz’s kettle cooked chips. I don’t buy them often though because they are so bad for me.

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