It seems like the U.S. is the last country to get the coolest snacks: We had to wait for Cadbury Oreo Eggs to cross the pond and spent years hearing Australians boast about Tim Tams before we could try them. Even Ritz Crackers, a company born and raised on U.S. soil, has been holding out on us: Ritz introduced its Crisp & Thins to the U.K. a couple years ago, and thanks to the success over there, we've finally been deemed lucky enough to try them.
Ritz is calling the new line its first-ever chip that's oven-baked - not to be confused with the already existing line of toasted chips they offer. The Crisp & Thins are the puffier, lighter version of the crackers you grew up munching on, and they're super flavorful, so you don't have to slather them with peanut butter or dip them in guacamole. The four flavors include sea salt, cream cheese and onion, salt and vinegar, and bacon. The latter manages to taste like a just-fried strip and satisfies the soul in a way a chip really shouldn't be able to.
The best part: Since they're oven-baked, unlike the ones mom packed in your school lunch, they have 50 percent less fat than regular fried potato chips - because we actually care about that stuff now.
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