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Sunspire Organic Chocolate Chips

Who doesn't love to eat warm gooey chocolate chips right out of the oven? Now you can feel good knowing that your morsels are made with organic chocolate.

Sunspire Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips are made with premium organic chocolate that is grown, harvested and produced using fair labor practices and no chemical fertilizers or pesticides.

The cocoa for their chocolate chips is grown in the tropics of Central and South America. It's blended, roasted, and stone ground, then cured in real vanilla. That's the secret to getting the smooth and rich chocolate taste that is Sunspire's signature.

They're made with real organic vanilla and organic sugar to produce a chocolate chip that rivals the top grocery store brands in both flavor and baking performance - no joke! Plus they're dairy free (great if you're lactose intolerant or vegan) and they have 1/2 the fat of Nestle's.

Here's how they compare nutritionally to Nestle's Toll House Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels. You better be sitting because there's a HUGE difference. Want to see what I mean, then

Sunspire Nestle's
Serving Size 2 tbsp 2 tbsp
Calories 70 140
Total Fat 4g 8g
Saturated Fat 2.5g 5g
Cholesterol 0mg 5mg
Sodium 0mg 0mg
Carbs 10g 18g
Fiber 1g 1g
Sugars 8g 186
Protein 1g 1g

Fit's tip: Just because you baked them and you know they are trans-fat free doesn't mean you can throw the mantra "Everything in moderation" out the window. Unless, I guess, this is your Oscar Wilde moment for the week.

Join The Conversation
Hollywoodjess Hollywoodjess 10 years
are these on the baking aisle? Or are they with the organic foods?
amandaaa amandaaa 10 years
ooo wonderful nutritionals!
vegan-musician vegan-musician 10 years
i know -- serving sizes are so tricky! i think popcorn is the most confusing of them all....x TBSP unpopped = x cups popped....
Fitness Fitness 10 years
No problem - I was confused at first too. Serving sizes on packages are all so different, and sometimes it can be hard to compare. I also get tricked when I could eat the whole package of something, and it's really TWO servings instead of the ONE I thought I was eating!
vegan-musician vegan-musician 10 years
all right :-) i'm a scale person, so i always weigh my ingredients -- i forgot that a lot of people use measuring cups! thanks for setting me straight!
Fitness Fitness 10 years
vegan musician - 2 tbsp of Sunspire chips (15g) weighs about the same as 1 tbsp of Nestle's Semi-Sweet chips (14g) - this is true. But when you use them in say chocolate chip cookies, you measure by the amount, not by how much they weigh. I doubled the Nestle's nutritional info so that I'd be comparing the same amount of chips, not the same weight. Does that make sense?
vegan-musician vegan-musician 10 years
I don't think that nutritional info is right, FitSugar. I checked the website, and although sunspire says that 2 tbsp = 15g (for 70 calories), nestle says 1 tbsp = 14g (also for 70 calories). so, gram for gram, they're about the same in terms of calories. i checked ghiradelli semi-sweet (also non-dairy, but not organic), and they're also 70 calories for 15g. that said, i love sunspire chips, but they're really not half the calories! :-)
ccsugar ccsugar 10 years
Yum, sounds great! I'll keep my eyes peeled for these. With such low fat/calories I wouldn't feel that bad about grabbing a small handful either for a chocolate fix ;)
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