Our marketing manager makes oat milk and gluten-free cookies from Heather Crosby’s new cookbook, Pantry to Plate.
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Chocolate tortilla chips Corn chips with olives Such adventuresome meddling with the classic chip might alarm traditionalists, but these creative flavor combinations from Food Should Taste Good make overcoming a little cognitive dissonance well worth the effort. Sort of a cross between a chip and a cracker, these snacks complement every sort of dip and spread. The sweet potato chips are delicious with black bean corn salsa; the olive chip is a perfect vehicle for hummus. The flavors are compelling enough to make you stop and pay attention, helping to enforce a more mindful relationship with your food. All varieties are gluten- and dairy-free, so they make a delicious treat for those with sensitivities.