Food of the Eighties, Chachos
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Made by Keebler, I beleive, these spicy tortilla chips have been missed!!!
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Mitch - June 26, 2008 - Report this comment
Where they about the size of a Wheat Thin and diamond shaped?
Sherri - March 04, 2009 - Report this comment
Yes indeed they have. I found this item under the 90's as well. These were my favorite chip..and I have longed for that same texture and flavor for years now. I miss them terribly. My memory tells me they had to quit making them because of new government standards on snacks or something. I want those cinnamon flavored ones back the most. They were all good but the cinnamon were my fav! Flour based chips as compared to corn based chips. Yum...Keebler please bring these back!!
J - April 01, 2009 - Report this comment
I recently visited Malaysia and brought some back with me. I had never eaten them before but loved them so much that I saved the bag to try to surf the web and see if I can find them. Yes, they are diamond shaped but larger than a wheat thin and they are made by Kraft Foods. Two of the flavors are cheese and bbq bonanza.
Lea - May 19, 2009 - Report this comment
I Hate spocy things. My sister loves them. she can't fidn them anymore. :( to her and :0 to me since I always eat thoses by mistake and fire out my mouth and need so much water to kill out the spicy ness.
Amanda - April 25, 2016 - Report this comment
Oh man did I love these. They came in Cheesy Quesadilla, Cinnamon Crispana, and Original (which had a distinctive flavor, not just plain salted). They were flour chips which made them nice and crunchy but still with a sort of softness to them.

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