Flatout News

December 22, 2009

Get Your Edgeon This Holiday Season!

Filed under: Flatout Holiday — Tags: — flatoutnews @ 3:38 am

Goodbye Baked Alaska, Hello EdgeOn!

EdgeOn Crisps are terrific during this time of year, when I am constantly entertaining.  With dips and cheeses out for company, instead of getting out the obvious/typical crackers and chips, I opt for these uniquely–shaped Crisps.  I gotta admit, the shape goes along way!

This year, I have been particularly busy and don’t have time to bake and cook the way I have in the past.  When entertaining at home or when going to a holiday party, I simply empty a bag of EdgeOn Crisps into a festive/fun bowl, and bring my favorite dips and cheeses.   It’s so easy, I feel like I am cheating!

My favorite EdgeOn flavors are Gimmemore Multigrain and Eataboatload Sea Salt.  For cheese lovers: try Ibrakefor Four Cheese. For garlic lovers: try Gowildfer Garlic Herb. For health nuts: Flatout EdgeOn Crisps have 50% less fat than regular potato chips; they are a good source of fiber and ala omega 3; and they are made with 100% stone ground whole wheat.

Look for the Crisps at your local grocery stores; if you have trouble finding them, ask retailers when they’re stockin’ up.  This season, get your EdgeOn!


1 Comment »

  1. I can’t find the Edgeon Baked Flatbread crips. Can you give me a clue where I can find them. I tried Meijer on Ann Arbor Saline Road and the new Walmart in Saline. Does the Busch’s in Saline carry them (I don’t normally shop there, but could make a special stop for these).

    Thanks for your help

    Comment by Susan Miley — January 7, 2010 @ 9:18 am

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