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Gluten-Free Snack Ideas: Protes Chips: Enjoy Gluten-Free Protein Chips



I'm on a snack fixation lately, can you tell? Well I love having chips to snack on yet I don't like that sneaking sense of guilt by having them though. Reduce that guilt though with these amazing chips I just heard about recently called, "Protes" chips!



It all started when this guy Krik was sick of the only protein snack option being 'protein bars.' Ladies and Gentleman, welcome to the concept of "protein snacks"! It started in 2009 as an idea than 2013 Protes became a real thing! Read more about how they came to be over here. 

So I had the chance to try out a variety of flavors of Protes chips - Tangy Southern BBQ, Spicy Chili Lime, Zesty Nacho, and Toasted Coconut. Of the flavors I tried, I loved Zesty Nacho the best. One thing that's cool is for a small snack pack, it's only 100 calories!



One major thing I appreciate about these snacks is also they are guten-free! So these are snacks that I can enjoy! PLUS they are non-gmo too, and that's also very important to me.

Right now you can buy a pack of 6 4 ounce bags of chips for $22.50. That's a pretty decent price, I think! One thing I do wish they showed on their site is an ingredients list, but when you check out their "what's inside" they do provide some information.

Be sure that you check out where you can buy chips at a store near you or purchase them online. Also be sure to like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

I am also happy to announce I get to giveaway a Protes chips prize pack to one lucky winner! Enter via Rafflecopter below. Ends 3/27.

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I received the above items in exchange for my honest review.

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  1. Their Tangy Southern BBQ flavor sounds best to me!

    Nancy
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  2. I think the Zesty Nacho sounds the best, a little heat is a good thing!

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  3. Zesty Nacho looks like a good flavor to me.

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  4. The spice chili lime looks really good!

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  5. I would like to try the Tangy Southern BBQ.

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  6. I certainly would want to try Zesty Nacho. Doritos aren't as yummy as they used to be, and they're horrible for your health.

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  7. I would like to try the spicy chili lime, I love that there are low in carbs.

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  8. Toasted coconut looks good to me!

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  9. Wow, I would love to try the coconut one! Thank you so much :)

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  10. Ooh...The Tangy Southern BBQ sounds great

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  11. Toasted Coconut looks good

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  12. I would LOVE to try the zesty nacho flavor.

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  13. Would like to try the tangy southern BBQ.

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  14. I think the toasted coconut flavor sounds good.

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  15. They all sound fantastic! The toasted coconut and the spicy chili lime would be my top picks!

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  16. Zesty Nacho would be my first choice!

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  17. Toasted Coconut for me! :)

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  18. I would love to try their Tangy Southern BBQ flavor

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  19. Mmm they all sound good but Toasted Coconut sounds incredible!

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  20. Toasted Coconut protein chips really sounds tasty to me. I want to try that one.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  21. I'd like to try the Tangy Southern BBQ!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  22. I love BBQ flavored chips, so the Tangy southern BBQ would be my pick!

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  23. The Toasted Coconut sounds interesting to me

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  24. I love pretty much anything with coconut so the Toasted Coconut flavor sounds really good.

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  25. I love the sound of the tangy Southern BBQ.

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  26. They all sound yummy, but the toasted coconut sounds really good. I have not had a coconut chip so it would be fun to try it.

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  27. The tangy Southern BBQ looks good to me.
    Laurie Emerson

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  28. I would love to try the Tangy Southern BBQ!

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  29. The zesty nacho looks really good but so does the tangy southern BBQ~

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