Product Review: Trader Joe’s Crunchy Curls

Yes, I am reviewing yet another Trader Joe’s product.  What can I say?  I probably should own part of TJ’s by now, wouldn’t you think?  LOL!  I first spotted the Crunchy Curls when I was at TJ’s about a month ago.  They are a curly snack made from lentils & potatoes!  How about that?! 


These curls are very crunchy and have a great taste.  They are not spicy in the least.  They are great to dip!  I can think of many things you could dip these into:

  • Flavored Hummus
  • Balela (again, Trader Joe’s & gluten-free)
  • Salsa
  • Red Pepper, eggplant & garlic spread (TJ’s)
  • Peanut or almond butter (okay, that might be a stretch, but you know how I love my nut butters)

They have  great nutritional stats, too!  In one serving, 31 curls, there are 130 calories, 4.5 grams of fat (.5 sat), 4 grams of fiber & 3 grams of protein.  Not bad for a “crunchy snack”.  Another great product from Trader Joe’s!  BTW, I promise TJ’s is not paying me to say good stuff about their products.  😉 


So, next time you reach for a snack, grab these and you won’t have to feel guilty!


4 Responses

  1. What country does the ingredients come from. USA, China or Mexico?

    • Mary,

      I don’t have the bag anymore, so I am not sure. I am sure you could email Trader Joe’s and they could tell you. Just go to their website to get their email.

      Sorry I couldn’t be more helpful.


  2. I think these are tasteless and bland – but, they ARE crunchy….

  3. Sadly these curls are no longer gluten free. It’s a shame as they are delicious. I hope they switch back to being GF.

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