Classic Foods- Baked Classics Popped Crisps Review


SAVORY SNACKS WITHOUT AN OUNCE OF GUILT. Baked Classics® popped potato and multigrain crisps are packed with flavor, not fat. These oh-so-satisfying crisps are made with all natural potatoes, whole grains and seasonings, then popped. The result? A snack that’s just what you’ve been craving and a healthy alternative that won’t leave your palate feeling the least bit deprived.

More taste. Less waist. Baked Classics have always been and will always be all natural:

  • No cholesterol
  • No trans fat
  • no saturated fat
  • no preservatives
  • No MSG
  • No high fructose corn syrup
  • Kosher certified
  • Gluten free
  • Practical and satisfying portion sizes


Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper: A spin on the well-known potato chip, this 110 calorie snack is the perfect marriage of salt and pepper.

Mesquite BBQ: Now, with 10% less sodium than the original barbecue and only 110 calories, this traditional flavor is sure to spark memories of your annual family cookout.


Vanilla Frosting: Creamy vanilla frosting with just the right amount of sweetness. Feel free to indulge without fear.

I recently had the opportunity to try all three varieties of Baked Classics.   First I tried Vanilla Frosting.  I think of crisps like these to be more akin to potato chips, so the idea of a sweet crisp did not entirely appeal to me.  The sweet factor was minimal on these light crunch snacks.  There is a light dusting of vanilla on them, but it is not overwhelming.  That being said, these crisps were not for me.  Again as I stated before,  I look for a salty taste when eating an item like this and I found it odd for the taste to be sweet.  My youngest son loves them however.  He is always trying to open our snack drawer in pursuit of a bag.  Perhaps if you don’t have a preconceived notion about what they should taste like, they are more enjoyable?

Another variety I tasted was the Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper crisps.  I found the pepper portion of these chips to be a bit too much.  To be fair, salt & pepper chips and snacks are not my favorite.  And while these chips were not bad, they certainly didn’t “wow” me.

The final and BEST crisps that I sampled was the Mesquite BBQ.  I do love barbecue flavored chips and these crisps were no exception.  They tasted great!  I love knowing that I was snacking on a baked treat and not something full of unhealthy preservatives.  After a few of these crisps I was ready for some more and I was not too willing to share either!

Overall, I would be interested in purchasing the Mesquite BBQ crisps again as they are tasty and a healthy snack alternative.  The Sea Salt & Pepper and the Vanilla Frosting versions were not my cup of tea, but give them a try yourself!

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I received the above mentioned products for review purposes, all opinions are my own.


  1. Britt Yates says

    Hi! I found a bag of these at HomeGoods and I am obsessed. I cant seem to find them to buy online anywhere and the Facebook and Twitter links aren’t connecting me to anything. I realize this blog was posted 10 years ago (!!) but do you have any idea where I can find them? Thank you!

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