Ok, so I know it’s been a couple of weeks since I posted a Fabulous Food Find….I’m a bad poster :(. Actually, I’ve just been so busy hunting down yummy and new Weight Watchers Recipes for you all!! :) But, I hope you’ll forgive me when I tell you about today’s Fabulous Food Find! I have uncovered a tasty, low calorie tortilla chip that comes in 8 varieties and is so incredibly yummy that it can be eaten by itself or dipped into salsa, guacamole or any other dip. Each serving of these rockin’, low calorie tortilla chips have just 2 Weight Watchers Points. And all 8 flavors have just 125 calories or less, 2-3 grams of fat and 2 grams of fiber! They make a fantastic party snack – even for those not watching their weight because they are THAT good. So, what are these fabulous tortilla chips, you ask? Well, read on, my fellow foodies!

Low Calorie Tortilla Chips – 2 Weight Watchers Points

These crisp and crunchy Baked Tortilla Chips are made by the ultra fabulous Guiltless Gourmet. Now, I’m sure you may have tried baked tortilla chips before, but these are truly the best I’ve ever had, and I’m sure that you’ll think the same. They are crispier and much more flavorful than others and they have a fantastic variety of flavors! You can get them in: Yellow Corn, Blue Corn, Chipotle, Chili Verde, Chili Lime, Mucho Nacho, Black Bean, and Unsalted Yellow Corn. And I LOVE that these chips are actually quite a healthy option and are all natural! So if you are a Weight Watcher who needs a tasty, and guiltless tortilla chip, pick up some of these babies and enjoy!

TIP: Give them a try with my low calorie Weight Watchers Guacamole Recipe!

8 Comments

  1. No offense, but that’s not very low cal. Tostitos, which have 0 claim to be low calorie and are pretty standard as far as tortilla chips go (no to mention delicious imo) are 140 calories per 1oz serving. The chips you mention here are barely 10% fewer calories than that. If you find something in the sub 100 calorie range, that’s what I’d like to hear about.

    • Josh, keep in mind that when calling something “low calorie” or “low Points” I also take into consideration the fat, fiber, carbohydrate and protein content. In the case of TJ’s chips vs Tostitos, the Tostitos brand is 40% higher in fat.

  2. Can you tell me where you can buy these chips? Do you buy them at a local store or just get them online?

    • Many local grocery stores sell them. You can usually find them where the regular tortilla chips are, or where the diet products are. If your store doesn't carry them, you may have to order online.

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