As a member of the Guac Squad, Wholly Guacamole recently sent me some Wholly Guacamole and Wholly Salsa along with some Garden of Eatin' chips. My family and I had tried Wholly Guacamole products before and we loved them but we had never tried Garden of Eatin' products before. If you'd like to read my review of Wholly Guacamole Classic and Wholly Salsa Mild, you can check that out here.
As you know, Wholly Guacamole and Wholly Salsa are made from the highest quality all-natural ingredients so they are a delicious and nutritious snack. Wholly Guacamole is perfect to dip your favorite chip into but it can be used in so many other different ways. It can be used to top grilled chicken and is a perfect alternative to mayo or Miracle Whip on your turkey sandwich or burger. It's also a great addition to chicken salad or taco salad. The benefits of eating Wholly Guacamole is that it is all natural, made with real Hass avocados, full of natural vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients, gluten free, and trans-fat free and it can be frozen until ready to be used. Wholly Salsa is low in fat, high in flavor and packed with vitamins and antioxidants. In addition to being perfect for dipping chips, Wholly Salsa is perfect for tacos and burritos, topping taco salad, or used in Mexican meatloaf.
Garden of Eatin' organic tortilla chips are made with the highest quality ingredients such as whole corn kernels, quinoa and flax seeds. They are made with expeller pressed oil, cooked with pure, filtered water and are Kosher certified. Garden of Eatin’ delivers the perfect combination of flavor and crunch and are always GMO free. Garden of Eatin' chips are perfect paired with Wholly Guacamole or Wholly Salsa. In addition, Garden of Eatin’ also offers many varieties that are gluten free and also offers baked and low sodium options.
I tried the Blue Corn Tortilla Chips from Garden of Eatin', which are made from organic blue corn and wholesome garden ingredients. They were perfectly salted and crunchy and did not break off when dipping in salsa or guacamole because of their hearty texture. They were also a great snack all by themselves. I have to admit though that I was skeptical at first and thought that the blue color of these tortilla chips would somehow make them taste terrible but of course I was wrong because in my opinion these tortilla chips were just as good, if not better, than other tortilla chips I have tried in the past.
Dipping the Garden of Eatin' tortilla chips in Wholly Guacamole and Wholly Salsa only made them that much better. This time around I tried the Wholly Salsa Medium instead of the mild. The medium salsa was packed full of flavor and tasted just as good as the mild and it still wasn't too hot for my taste buds because I don't like a real hot salsa. It was also not too chunky and not too thin but just right. Instead of dipping these chips in Wholly Guacamole Classic that I've already tried in the past, I decided to try the Wholly Guacamole Pico de Gallo Style this time. This guacamole is chocked full of tomatoes, onions, cilantro and a jalapeno puree but it wasn't too hot for me and all these ingredients added a nice flavor to this guacamole.
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Disclosure: I received samples of Wholly Guacamole and Garden of Eatin' products in order to do this review. No other compensation was received. All opinions expressed are my own.