The Best Chips in the World

At the risk of turning this into an all food-recommendation blog, my girlfriend found the best potato chips ever at the store the other day. They are called Flat Earth Baked Fruit Crisps and they are the best thing since Sun Chips. In fact, they make Sun Chips taste like dirt.

The only flavor I’ve tried so far is Peach Mango Paradise and they taste like no other chip out there. Made of rice, potato, apple, peach, and mango, they are flavorful without being salty… a rarity for a chip. There’s also a half serving of fruit in every ounce and no trans fat.

Although I’ve only seen them so far at one store in Seattle (Thriftway), the Flat Earth folks have a handy store locator on their site in order to help you find a bag. Apparently, it’s a Frito Lay brand so it should be widely available.

These are game-changing chips. Seriously.

19 comments on “The Best Chips in the World”. Leave your own?
  1. Greg J says:

    >> “…my girlfriend found the best potato chips ever at the store the other day.”

    Hmm … I must of been getting you confused with Joel Spolsky.

  2. Mike D. says:

    Greg: Joel Spolsky actually *is* my girlfriend. Does that clear things up?

  3. Devon Shaw says:


  4. I keep buying the apple ones thinking they’ll be a healthy alternative to potato chips, and then eating the entire bag in one sitting, which is not healthy.

    Anyway, the apple ones are good

  5. Michael says:

    These sound really good. I’ll have to try them the next time we go to Target. One chip we’ve been into lately is anything by Stacy’s (pita chips). Dip them in hummus and you’re set. They also have a store locater if interested (and not too bad of a site):

  6. Jason Beaird says:

    I second Michael on the Stacy’s Pita Chips…especially the Cinnamon & Sugar variety.

  7. Ben says:

    You should try the Garlic & Herb flavor and also the Tangy Tomato Ranch. They are delicious and both have a full serving of vegetables per ounce.

  8. Steven says:

    Looks like you had an exciting day yesterday. Party on… What are we taste testing today?

  9. John A. Davis says:

    I went to and couldn’t find the store locator. The website is a real PITA.

  10. Brade says:

    Sweet chips? Phooey!
    I’m still awaiting the return of Keebler’s Pizzarias – they were probably outlawed for being too fantastically awesome.

  11. Greg P says:

    I’ll have to grab a bag next time I’m at the store.


  12. I’m with you on the Flat Earth crisps — they’re pretty fantastic. Ali and I had them for the first time a couple of weeks ago, and when we went back to Wegman’s (the best grocery store in the world on any other evening) this week, neither of us could find them.

    Hopefully a clerical error is at fault, to be rectified soon.

  13. Apple Chips.

    And brand will do—they’re all the same. I know Safeway has ’em—right next to the apples.

  14. pixeldzn says:

    To the guy craving the Keebler Pizzerias …..

    It looks like the company that took them over from Keebler stopped producing them for a while, and has recently reintroduced them under the TGI Friday’s Brand. Might be worth giving them a try to see if they are what you remember.

  15. Brade says:

    aaargh, they only come in cheese flavor now, plus they’re circular. but if I see them, I’ll give ’em a try…

  16. Fabio says:

    These chips are GREAT!! I’ve had teh Berry ones. I like them so much that I haven’t even tried the others. Its like eating a fruity gummy bear in a chip or something. At first it is weird, but then its good. Not your same ol same ol snack.

  17. James says:

    dammit! I have to go buy these, too. Nothing like a homespun, no strings attached, “i dont get paid for this, i just really love it” sales job. The conversion on these must be close to 100%

  18. Christine says:

    Agreed! I haven’t had the fruit ones (something about a fruity chip doesn’t do it for me) but will say the veggie ones (particularly the tomato ranch) are dangerously addictive. Pair them w/ some hummus and you’ve got a meal.

  19. Thomas says:

    Crocchias – the best from Sardinia –

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