The $2.99 ALDI Find Reddit Says You Should “Run Not Walk to Get”

I polished off an entire bag by myself.

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As someone who actively tries to consistently maintain a wholesome diet, chips are without a doubt my arch nemesis. From the vast variety available in stores to my favorite brands and flavors, a good bag of chips is a craving that I will always struggle to avoid.

Chips can be one of the most versatile snacks around. They’re perfect on their own or inside of a sandwich. They're great for road trips and sharing with friends while huddled around the TV on movie night. Whenever I find a good bag of chips, I tend to stick with it as if my life depended on them, which is how I currently feel about ALDI’s latest release: Clancy’s Sweet Potato Farmhouse Ranch Chips.

Located in this week’s ALDI Finds list, the new Clancy’s chip offering is a seasonal item that some fans have been begging the discount grocer to carry year-round. With a label that not only claims “great ingredients,” but also “lots of flavor” and “big, satisfying crunches,” this was all I needed to read before grabbing a bag for myself.

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Clancy’s Sweet Potato Farmhouse Ranch chips come in a six-ounce bag for only $2.99 and packs a pretty big punch. Not only are these chips gluten-free and bite-sized, but they also taste amazing, have the perfect amount of crunch in each bite, and are not too salty. So snack on, baby.

Now that I’ve officially polished off an entire bag for myself, I’ve got some pretty cool ideas for using these delicious sweet potato chips in the future. Besides serving them with my favorite homemade spinach dip, or alongside a freshly made vegan patty melt, I think these chips would make an excellent breading or topping for a casserole.

Otherwise, these chips are absolutely perfect on their own. If you’re a fan of sweet potatoes and love trying new chips as much as I do, you’ll be remiss to pass up this seasonal offering.

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