NEW Product!!! Chip’ins Popcorn Chips

If you love Popcorn then you WILL love this chip! These are my new favorite healthy food snack !!! It has three things I absolutely love going for it.. 1. It’s healthy for me, 2. It’s a chip and 3. It’s popcorn!! What could be better? Not much.

I really like the fact that it’s gluten-free, all natural, whole grain, and has no trans fat. They come in two flavors: Sea Salt and White Cheddar. It’s healthier than the typical fried chip I use to munch on, so I don’t have to feel guilty if I eat more than one. It’s a great dipping chip, but I have noticed that these chip can be delicate so look for bags that have a lot of air in them to cut down on the “crumb” factor.

Serving: 18 chips, 130 Calories, 4g of Fat,1g of Fiber

For my Points Plus Friends these little beauties are just 3 points.

For my WLS Buddies it’s only 2g of Protein but if you are craving a chip this will hip the spot in a pinch.

So check them out the next time you want a chip. To find a store near you look them up at www.PopcornIndiana.com

Black Bean Mango Salsa

This is one of my favorite things to make in the summer or when mango’s are in season. The crisp flavor of the veggies and cilantro, mixed with the sweet taste of mango and spiciness of the jalapeno can be a great compliment to any dish or light snack. I like to serve this with Chip’ins popcorn chips (I’ll do a review on this product soon. It’s my new favorite thing.) or over grilled fish or chicken. I hope you enjoy recipe and much as I do.

Ingredients:

2-3 Fresh Mango (Coarsely Chopped)

½ Can Black Beans (Rinsed and Drained)

½ Red Bell Pepper (Chopped)

½ Green Bell Pepper (Chopped)

½ Red Onion (Chopped)

½ Jalapeno Pepper (Chopped)

½ tsp minced garlic

Sea Salt to taste

Crushed Black Pepper to taste

½ Fresh Lime Juice (if small use one lime)

Cilantro according to taste (Chopped)

Direction:

Place  chopped vegetables, and spices in a large bowl. Mix well until thoroughly combined.


Cut and score mango. Then flip inside out. This makes it easier to dice the slippery fruit and it gives you better control of the size you want to cut for the salsa.

Add Mango to veggie mix and squeeze in the lime juice.

Place black beans in the mixture.

Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours before serving. The longer the flavor meld the better the salsa. It’s that easy. Serve with your favorite chip, fish or chicken dish.

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