Disclosure: This post was sponsored by GOOD THiNS through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While I was compensated to write a post about GOOD THiNS, all opinions are my own.
I recently tried out a new snack, GOOD THiNS, and I’m excited to share my review.
I’m always on the search for new snacks given my love of snacking. I get a craving for something crunchy after lunch or in the afternoon. Potato chips may be the obvious choice but not a very smart one. So I love trying out better choices.
GOOD THiNS immediately appealed to me. They are baked instead of fried and don’t contain any artificial flavors or colors. Each one is thin and crunchy with a delicious potato flavor. I sampled the original, but they have several other flavors to choose from as well.
This garlic bread bowl is filled with ground meat, tomato sauce and fresh mozzarella cheese, for a delicious and fun dip. A few months ago, I came across this video for a Lasagna Garlic Bread Bowl. It looked absolutely amazing. The recipe basically turned a bread bowl into garlic bread, and then made lasagna inside it, filling it with meat, sauce, lasagna noodles and cheese. I knew I had to try making a version soon. The lasagna noodles plus bread seemed a little too heavy, so I made my version without the lasagna noodles. Instead, mine is more of a lasagna dip.
We recently visited Crêpe Coop, which specializes in Asian street style crepes, loaded with a variety of ingredients and served in portable cone shape. They have two location in Orange County and we visited their original location inside Anaheim Packing District.
I’ve been obsessed with this style of crepes lately. I’ve eaten them in Taipei, Tokyo, San Diego, Cupertino, Los Angeles and Anaheim. And out of all the ones I’ve tried, I think Crêpe Coop makes the prettiest ones. They also have a huge selection of toppings to choose from.
You can choose from one of their “tried and true” crepes or build-your-own.
Original batter, Nutella, strawberries, mangoes, green tea ice cream, fruity pebbles and chocolate sauce