Eat Real - Hummus Chips Sea Salt Multiple Options

Eat Real - Hummus Chips Sea Salt Multiple Options

Brand - Eat Real
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Quick Description

Grab yourself a bag of Eat Real’s Sea Salt Hummus Chips and treat your gut to some healthier and tastier crisps! Perfect for dipping, sharing and scooping up dips.

Key Information

  • 48% lower in fat than standard potato chips
  • Perfect for sharing, dipping and scooping up dips
  • Gluten-free and vegan 
  • Great source of plant-based protein
  • Comes in two sizes: 45g and 135g

Product Overview

Are you dreaming? Wake up! Dreams really do come true! Eat Real’s Hummus Chips Sea Salt is the perfect combination of crispness and saltiness. 

It’s completely vegan and gluten-free, free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives. Heaven in a packet!

Swap out those oily and salt-saturated crisps and treat yourself to a real snack. Not only more nutritious, but they’re 48% lower in fat than standard potato crisps! Great tasting and filling, when you eat these Hummus Chips there’s you won’t sacrifice health for taste!

Share the joy of hummus chips with the whole family, friends and at parties. Sneak them to the movies or tuck in during lunch. Their bowl-like shape makes them great for dipping and scooping up hummus! Whether you fancy a quick snack or share them at the movies, we have two sizes perfect for any occasion - 45g and 135g.


Chickpea Flour (24%), Rice, Potato Starch, Rapeseed Oil, Corn Flour, Sea Salt

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Hummus Chips healthier or just a fad?

With hummus spreading like wildfire across the globe, there’s no wonder lots of new startups jumped on the chickpea trend. But are they healthier than their potato chip cousins? Most definitely. Chickpea chips are baked, not fried, and Eat Real’s chips contain 48% less fat than potato chips. 

Whilst you won’t get your protein RDI from hummus chips, they do contain much more protein and fibre than potato chips.