Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Pipcorn/Pipsnacks Review


"Disclaimer:  All the opinions given, good or bad, are my own. The product is only used by me or someone in my immediate family. I received this product free of charge for an exchange for my honest review and they are 100% my own opinions. I received no compensation for this review."


I received a product called Pipcorn which are mini popcorns that are so tiny and cute in my opinion. Pipcorn is also All Natural, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Vegan & Whole Grain. A lot of you know that I am somewhat a health freak and when I mean when I say that I love to eat whole grain foods whether it be pasta or breads I have to have whole wheat.  

 I was sent two bags to review one Truffle and the other Sea Salt Pipcorn. As you can see above in the pictures you can see how tiny the kernals are and the pipcorn itself. The truffle ones were really delicious and had a bit of sweetness to it. The Sea Salt is also combined with olive oil. My pigs actually got into that bag and devoured it, so I didn't get to try it, but at least my potbelly pigs enjoyed it haha.

Pipcorn Make It YOURSELF Kernels
(picture from Pipcorn website)

 A little bit about Pipcorn


Pipcorn was founded by Jeff & Jen Martin, a dynamic brother and sister team. All of our delicious flavors are popped in small batches and seasoned by hand. Pip pip hooray!

The Pipcorn seed was planted when Jeff was helping Jen move apartments in the spring of 2010. In desperate need of a snack, Jen remembered these special little kernels that she had gotten a few days earlier. Five minutes later, they were snacking on the best popcorn they had ever had. Two years later (and an unbelievable amount of support from family and friends), they launched Pipcorn and the rest is history!



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1 comment:

  1. These would be fabulous for my son who is only 3 1/2. He loves popcorn but sometimes the kernels are too large for him. Love this!

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