Ape Thai Chilli and Lightly Salted Coconut Rice Puffs

Ape Thai Chilli coconut puffs

Following my review of Ape Vegan Cheese Coconut & Rice Puffs, I thought I'd review their Thai Chilli and Lightly Salted varieties. All are super tasty, but which flavour would I recommend the most? Read on to see my thoughts...

ape thai chilli puffs

Like the other varieties the Thai Chilli is sugar free, vegan, not fried, gluten free and contains coconut oil, as well as coconut flour and rice flour. It also contains spices like chilli, onion, bell peppers and apple powder to give it a natural sweetness.

They've definitely nailed the Thai Chilli flavour with this; it tastes authentic and flavoursome, and not sickly sweet like some thai chilli flavoured snacks can. It's subtle and the perfect seasoning for the light crunchy puffs. Taste-wise I would rate this equal to the Vegan Cheese flavour, although I might just prefer these a little more! 8.5 out of 10. 

ape lightly salted coconut puffs

The Lightly Salted variety is also vegan, gluten free, sugar free and not fried. The only added flavouring is Sea Salt, so naturally this was always going to be a more simple affair.

ape lightly salted coconut puffs

The puffs taste nice, and are light and crunchy with just the right level of sea salt. They didn't wow me as much as the Thai Chilli and Vegan Cheese flavours, but nevertheless they're a nice filling snack. If for any reason you are sensitive to spices or yeast powder then these would be ideal for you, but if you need a bit more punch flavour-wise then definitely go for the Thai Chilli or Vegan Cheese. 8 out of 10. 

Overall, I have to say bravo to Ape Snacks, they're created something here that is perfect for people with various food sensitivities that fits pretty much every need! I'll definitely be buying these again as an on-the-go snack. Look out for them in WH Smiths, Sainsbury's and Ocado.com.

For more info see: https://apesnacks.com/

Nutrition (per 25g bag):
Salted: 115 Calories, 4.2g Fat, 17.1g Carbohydrates, 0.5g Sugars, 0.7g Fibre, 2g Protein.
Thai Chilli: 114 Calories, 4.2g Fat, 16.8g Carbohydrates, 0.6g Sugars, 0.8g Fibre, 2g Protein.


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