Big Game last week, the Olympics and the Trumpet Awards this week, there will always be a reason for me to try new snacks. In fact, who am I fooling, I do not need a reason a game or an awards show to try new snack options. I was able to try Pork Clouds for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion. #ad #powertothepork
So I had my first bag just because I wanted to try them without anything, just plain in the raw, and the first one that I tried was Rosemary and Sea Salt. Yum. The rosemary is prominent and the salt is there but barely noticeable. I was fine with that and I was pleasantly surprised that no one has made an rosemary flavored pork rinds/clouds. This is a winner if you do like rosemary.
The second bag, I must admit I was calling myself being daring, so I did a little pico mixture and some cubed grilled chicken thigh and put it over the Malabar Black Pepper pork clouds and this was a great idea. I had never thought to put pico or chicken for that matter over pork clouds. This was a keeper as well, but wait there is more…
The third bag, Habanero Pepper, was I believe my favorite way to enjoy the pork clouds. I made vegetable beef soup and put some on top of the soup and oh my, so tasty. Hubby even enjoy this, so much so he put more in the soup and some on his next helping. So hot, but sooooo good!!! My favorite by far.
Pork Clouds are a delicious carb free alternative in the salty and savory snack category. They are cooked in olive oil, only 100 calories per bag and an awesome source of protein (over 11g per serving). All flavors are gluten free and free of added hormones, which makes these the perfect game day snack or perfect snack for any gathering or just to have instead of potato chips.
Have you tried Pork Clouds before? If so, what flavor was your favorite?