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Natural Sins Pack A Crunch

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Sometimes, you just want to eat something with a crunch. And for me, a sweet crunch is even better. I was given the opportunity to try Natural Sins

And I would love to show you a picture of what the pineapple ones look like, but Lil Man ate them all. YES, I mean he ate 2 bags before I could even snap one picture. He liked them that much. I did get to try them, but he ate the majority of them.

I'm not a fan of coconut, but I did try it. So if you like coconut, I'm sure you'd like the coconut flavor because, well, it tasted like coconut!

I did try the beet Natural Sins. This is what they look like.

Yep, it's a beet. It's crunchy, and it is sweet. There are only 2 ingredients. Although I wasn't thrilled to see that it has added raw cane sugar. So it does make it hard to know how much is natural sugar verses added sugar on the label. But overall, my family really enjoyed them.

They are thin, fun to eat and delicious.They are great for a snack. Great with lunch. And fun on a picnic. And when I mean thin, I mean thin... and super super crunchy.

If you love crunch, would like to try an alternative to a traditional potato chip, give Natural Sins a try. We are glad that we did!

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