I’ve been meaning to tell you all about Soffle’s Pitta Chips for ages. A while back I was sent the full selection of flavours to try out. As soon as they arrived I whipped up a fresh batch of jalapeño hummus and put them to the test.
The pitta chips went down very well and everyone loved them. I took photos, made a note of my thoughts in a draft post and was keen to get it live the following week.
But first, I wanted to upload my interview with Sophie Harvey, the founder of Soffle’s Pitta Chips. This was part of my Behind the Biz series. It was fantastic hearing about Sophie’s business journey and she offered some brilliant advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
All was going well.
The interview was popular and I felt delightfully organised. I couldn’t wait to follow up with my review of Soffle’s.
Unfortunately I managed to misplace the photos and couldn’t track them down. Luckily, just after we moved into our new house I started to organise my hard-drives and I finally found them. Better late than never, right?
So, the moral of the story is to always keep your hard-drives organised. I’ve now done this by date and then within those folders I get more specific so that video footage and photos are easy to locate.
Anyway, I’m finally here to tell you all about the wonderful world of Soffle’s.
Soffle’s are delicious shards of thick roasted pitta chips.
Each flavour is made with all natural and fresh ingredients. There are 4 flavours; Chilli & Garlic Mild, Chilli & Garlic Wild, Rosemary & Thyme, Spring Onion & Italian Cheese. I’ve tried 3 of them but still need to get my hands on the Wild Chilli & Garlic.
The pitta chips have a really good crunch to them and are full of flavour. They’re perfect for crunching straight from the bag or you could dip them into hummus or add them onto your salad.
Since first testing out the pitta chips we’ve re-purchased them several times. They’re handy to keep around for those evenings where you’re watching Somebody Feed Phil and fancy something crunchy.
The Mild Chilli & Garlic pitta chips are delicious. They have a subtle spicy kick to them and are very moreish. We’re big fans of chilli in our house so we need to get some of the wild ones to try next.
The flavour of these are delicious. I sadly couldn’t eat many of them because dairy really makes my eczema flare up. Phil loved them. You can really taste the onion which works perfectly with the cheese.
The Rosemary & Thyme pitta chips are probably my favourite. We’re always adding a couple of bags of these to our shop. They’re seasoned perfectly and have a strong flavour of rosemary to them.
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