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Friday, December 18, 2015

New York Style Pita Chips- Your Hostess Secret Weapon

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received these chips, free of charge,from New York Style, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about them

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This holiday season, New York Style  can help you take your holiday entertaining to new levels!

New York Style Pita Chips, which are available in six flavors, are not just tasty but are also twice baked and never fried, which means they're better for you (and your guests), than a handful of typical potato or corn chips, and provide more crunch, with less mess. 

They're the chip to dip! 
Flavors include: 
New York Style Ancient Grains & Flaxseed Pita Chips (NEW)
New York Style Chia Seeds & Quinoa Pita Chips (NEW)New York Style Sea Salt Pita Chips
New York Style Parmesan Garlic & Herb Pita Chips
New York Style Red Hot Chili Pepper Pita Chips
New York Style Garden Fresh Ranch Pita Chips

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We were able to check out their Garden Fresh and Parmesan Garlic and Herb Chips. As you can see you get a decent size chip, that is sturdy enough (!!) to hold up to ANY type of dip you have, hot or cold! We tried them with some spinach artichoke dip and everyone agreed that the chips were PERFECT for the dip, and the only to eat it from now on! Especially when you are serving a collection of dips, you want a chip that can stand up to any of the dips, and these can!

Plus they're pretty tasty, all on their own!

In case you wanted to try them on something besides a dip, New York Style has developed not 1, but 3, new Goat Cheese Log recipes, just for the holiday! Check them out: 

new york style goat cheese logs

Note: if you can't find goat cheese, or don't want to use it (it's the holidays so we won't call you a heathen, but you know...LOL), you can substitute cream cheese. But you may want to add more spice to it. 

You can also find more recipes over at New York Style's webpage!

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