Cofresh are based in the UK and they specialize in Indian and ethnic snacks. They also have lentil chips (I haven’t tried those yet). I don’t care about gluten, but it’s probably worth mentioning that Cofresh snacks are gluten-free. Yay.
Now let’s get to the review… Hummus chips? Wait, what? How? I had no idea anything like that could possibly exist. After reading the packaging, I realized that the chips are made from chickpeas, NOT hummus. Liars! Hummus is a SPREAD that could be used as a dip for your chips, but hardly as a chip. The name should be more specific and simply say ‘chickpea chips’. I liked them, yes, but I would never call them ‘hummus chips’. Even something as dumb as ‘chickpea salad chips’ would be closer to reality.
On the positive side, they tasted pretty good and were quite satisfying. No complaints towards the seasoning. It’s a strong 7, really. They will never become my favorite, but they’re a good option for those of you who feel like it’s time to make a few changes in your chip eating habits (not likely to happen in my case).
Bought and eaten in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
My rating: 7/10.