WIN-It-Wednesday: New York Style Risotto Chips

Want some gluten-free chips that will be gone in a New York minute? Then try New York Style Risotto Chips!

If you’re on a gluten-free diet, or just looking for a good healthy chip alternative, these delicious chips are worth checking out!

What I like the most about the New York Style Risotto Chips is that they’re great for dipping into gluten-free dips, or enjoyed all by themselves. Made of Arborio rice (the same rice that Risotto is made with) these chips are packed with 11 grams of whole grains – plus they taste delicious.

And all of us over here at BeFreeForMe aren’t the only ones chatting up this new chip: New York Style Risotto Chips are also featured in the January/February 2011 Food Network Magazine , on The Rachael Ray Show, and also on the Lifetime Network’s The Balancing Act as a “delicious gluten-free snack”. But see for yourself what all the buzz is about… Pick-up a bag of New York Style Risotto Chips and you’ll eat ’em like they’re going out of style!

New York Style Risotto Chips comes in three varieties: Parmesan & Roasted Garlic, Sea Salt, and my personal favorite Spicy Marinara.

And lucky for all of us, New York Style Risotto Chips are BeFreeForMe’s WIN-It-Wednesday sponsor for the next two weeks! Six lucky winners (3 winners each week) will win a jam-packed gift full of a variety of New York Style Risotto Chips. Enough for you – and enough to share!

How can you win?

Reply to this blog post and tell us what “style” (or flavor) of  the New York Style Risotto Chips sound the best to you  and/or your most memorable style or fashion! (Me? My most unforgettable style was my blue “wet-look” leather  vest when I was in kindergarten! Talk about styling… I loved that thing!)  .

Make sure you enter to win twice. Once before March 1, 2011 (12 midnight EST) and another between March 2 and March 8, 2011 (12 midnight EST).

Good Luck, Keep Stylin’ and as always…

Be Free!

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59 Responses to “WIN-It-Wednesday: New York Style Risotto Chips”

  1. Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} Says:

    I used to love to wear overalls 🙂 *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  2. cindy Says:

    My most memorable fashion was a “tent” dress I had back in 8th grade. It was orange and yellow paisley and I loved it! It was memorable because I went to Catholic grade school and we were allowed to wear a dress on Fridays – as long as when your hands were down the tips touched the hem line. I was 5’8″ in eighth grade with very long legs so nothing ever went long enough. I really wanted to wear it to school so when the principal walked by all my friends tried to hide me – to no avail. I was sent home to change and had to walk 2 miles back and forth. All for a dress (:.

  3. Erin Small Says:

    I love the 80’s look. I have memories of french rolled jeans, leg warmers, BIG bangs, and florescent colors.

  4. Lori Niver Says:

    I loved bell bottom pants and flower power prints

  5. Chere Housefield Says:

    My most memorable style was Farah Fawcett hair in the 70’s. I was a big girl with Farah Fawcett hair and had a sailor hit on me in the Atlanta airport when I was 13 years old. Boy did he scedaddle when I told him my age which was about the same time my mom walked over.

  6. Francine Says:

    I’d love to try the spicy marinara! Does anyone remember go go boots? I had a white pair in grade school and boy, I thought I was styling!!

  7. Michelle Says:

    The Spicy Marinara sounds yummy to me! I loved the 80’s and my favorite article of clothing was a purple and white striped Forenza shirt from The Limited. It was shorter in the front and longer in the back, perfect for wearing with stirrup pants!!!

  8. Jennifer C Says:

    The parmesan and roasted garlic chips sound great. I remember leggings and long shirts, I guess I’m old enough that that has come around again!

  9. cb Says:

    Sea salt would go with everything. 80s and neon!

  10. Christina Says:

    The sea salt flavor sounds great to me. I remember wearing “banana clips” in my hair in the 80’s. That era spawned some interesting styles!

  11. gris Says:

    will try first the sea salt to get the real taste of the chip, but definitely will go for the marinara sounds good to me.

  12. Toby Says:

    My Mom would put me in polyester pants, brown and navy, and I HATED them…that material just wouldn’t ‘die’, so I remember once geting holes in the knees (on purpose), and my innovative mother…MADE SHORTS!! LOL

  13. Christine S. Says:

    Parmesan and Roasted Garlic sounds wonderful. My favorite style I remember was in the early 1970s–a pair of double-knit burnt orange hip hugger bell bottom pants that I wore with a brown sweater. Wish I still had them for Halloween.

  14. Lisa Says:

    Parmesan & Roasted Garlic…. YUM! Sounds delicious, can’t wait to try these!

  15. Laura Says:

    Spicy marinara sounds good to me. The horrible style I remember was when my mom had my past-the-waist length hair cut into that awful shag haircut when I was 6! I hated it and cried for so long. 🙁

  16. Terri Peters Says:

    parmesan and garlic. I remember having to wear some ugly plaid skirts that my mother’s cousins had given us.

  17. stephanie-deliberately creative Says:

    Oh Sea Salt all the way! My fav fashion? Gotta be my pair of James Jeans when I was in Jr High. Cool jeans and they looked good too. 🙂

  18. lisa Says:

    The best sounding to my daughter who is gf said parmesean and roasted garlic but chedder cheese would be better but the best fad was the heat sensored t shirts I don’t remember what they were called but they were kinda tie dyed and they would change colors with the heat of ur hand …

  19. Martha S. Kerr-Burke Says:

    I would love to try them all-Does the sea salt have any vinegar in it ? Anything with any kind of cheese-love them ! My favorite fashion had to be my Bell Bottom pants-had several pairs.

  20. Theresa Watson Says:

    The sea salt sounds the best to me – then you can have the with salsa and guacamole.

    My favorite fashion was my disco days – I really took myself way too seriously – but I had some really hot dresses and shoes – my fav were these plaid platform heals – too much fun!!

    Thanks for you opportunity to win wonderful prizes.

  21. Julie Says:

    The sea salt sound the best – my favorite fashion capri pants with sandals and a three quarter sleeve t-shirt.

  22. kathy Says:

    I would like to try the sea salt, and my most memorable style???? the elf boots from the 80’s

  23. Cassie Says:

    The parmesan garlic is my favorite. And my favorite fashion was the homemade outfits from 2yrs old to 7yrs old that matched pant to shirt pattern. They also matched siblings so you could tell we were family. Fun looking back at those pictures.

  24. Laurie Says:

    My most memorable style was the stirrup leggings and jelly shoes I wore in early elementary school. Hello, nineties!

  25. Kathy Says:

    Sea Salt sound wonderful to me. My favorite fashion trend was my hot pants & white go-go boots. I thought i was so cool at 7yrs old!

  26. Jessica Says:

    Parmesan & Roasted Garlic sounds super yummy! My most memorable style was two different color converse sneakers, two different socks, and a purse with “caution” crime scene tape attached to the strap. Only Middle School hormones can produce something like that. :]

  27. Eileeen Sanders Says:

    Spicy Marinara sounds good to me, and any thing polyester.

  28. Rachel Says:

    I would love to try the spicy marina chips, they sound so good. As for a memorable fashion, the jelly shoes.

  29. Liza767 Says:

    Parmesan & Roasted Garlic
    omg i remember wearing my dads dress shirts with a belt and leg warmers lol

  30. Jill Says:

    The parmesan & garlic sounds great. My most memorable style was my purple phase: purple Nike sneakers when they just came out, purple argyle knee socks pulled all the way up and purple corduroy knickers, with a purple sweater with that swiss design around the top. Oh, can’t forget the barrettes with purple & lavender ribbons braided up the metal part and ribbons hanging down with beads on the ends. :^)

  31. Donna Says:

    They all sound delicious, but I’d love to try the Sea Salt! I supposed my most memorable/favorite style was my white button fly navy inspired bell-bottoms. LOL

  32. PJ Says:

    I think sea salt and parmesan & roasted garlic sound wonderful. I really enjoyed the off the shoulder blouse and the angled hip belts.

  33. Latrelle Youngblood Says:

    Sea Salt sounds great. I loved the days of bell-bottoms and 4 inch heels.

  34. cindy Says:

    I finally found these chips in the store and the sea salt flavor is amazing! This is a hair fashion. In 8th grade I had my hair cut like Twiggy. So trendy back in the day (:.

  35. Lisa Says:

    Aussie T-shirts!!

  36. Liza767 Says:

    Parmesan & Roasted Garlic

    My coat of many colors loved that bible story

  37. Toby Says:

    Last entry was a memorable fashios style, this time I’ll choose my favourite flavour – PARMESAN AND ROASTED GARLIC!! SOUNDS HEAVENLY!!

  38. Lisa V Says:

    I’d love to try the sea salt style. Can’t say it was good or anything, but how can you forget the “flashdance style”.. legwarmers, off-the-sholder sweaters and leggings. OMG.. did I just date myself or what!

  39. cb Says:

    Spicy marinara might go well with hummus. We eat a lot of hummus these days. Neon was fun, but there were these natural tan wedge sandals which criss-crossed in the front and strapped around the ankle. Don’t think they had a name – they were surprisingly comfortable.

  40. jazmine @ Gracefully Glutenless Says:

    Sea salt and spicy marinara sound really good! And, I was a dance competition kid when I was little so my style was hot shorts and sports bras! lol, and knee socks with my hot shorts

  41. Ramona Says:

    The Sea Salt flavour sounds the best to me! And the style I enjoyed was the tight rolled jeans with slouch socks.

  42. Jenn Says:

    Parmesan and Roasted Garlic sounds delicious! My favorite look was when I was in elementary school and dressed like Punky Brewster. Pig tails. Various unmatching colors. Punky Power!

  43. Cassie Says:

    Again, favorite flavor is the parm garlic for the chip but also love the sea salt. Another favorite style of mine are the five finger vibram shoes. The faces I get from everyone who sees them is too funny and they are so comfy.

  44. Rise Says:

    They all sound great, but I’d love to try the spicy marinara. My most memorable style would have to be my embroidered bell-bottom jeans.

  45. jack Says:

    Those parmesan and garlic chips sounds excellent.My favorite style is oxford,button down shirts which I have worn for 5o years!!!!!!!!!!!! never out of style.

  46. Mary Cowin Says:

    My favorite style was in the late 70’s, I believe. In the winter we wore long plaid skirts, cut on the bias, body fiting at the waist and gently flairing out at the bottom. My favorite was a red plaid skirt. This style was attractive, warm, and feminine all wrapped up into one.

  47. Amy Avery Says:

    I love these chips! My favorite is Parmesan & Garlic dipped in roasted pepper hummas. Great game day snack for the whole gang!

  48. Erin Says:

    Big Hair. Really really big hair.

  49. Christina Says:

    Thanks for a second chance to win these stylin chips! One style that was really crazy was my uniform for high school orchestra. It was the 90’s but these had been made in the 70’s so it was a maroon polyester short jacket with a satin collar paired with a floor length polyester jumper. At least 100 other people were also wearing it for our performances.

  50. Gina Says:

    The sea salt chips sound the best to me, since I would like to dip them. I remember a style back in elementary school that I used to love to wear and it was bodysuits. I wore them with everything and loved the comfort.

  51. Crissy B Says:

    All flavors sound good b/c what’s not delicious about Risotto?

    My most memorable fashion style was wearing endless layers – as a small child and again in college. Who ever thought the bulk up look would be flattering? Glad that’s over.

  52. Martha S. Kerr-Burke Says:

    Who doesn’t love a good chip ? All the flavors sound really tasty-I would love to try them ! Hope I win !

    My fashion style was eclectic-every thing from Bell Bottoms to Short Shorts,blouses that tied under my breasts! I was somewhat of a Tomboy and liked to wear jeans and big T-Shirts.

  53. Heather Says:

    My favorite style is to wear anything comfortable.

  54. jazmine @ Gracefully Glutenless Says:

    overalls! and id love the spicy marinara!

  55. Caitlin Says:

    I am on the gluten-free diet and am always looking for snack alternatives to eat. I recently discovered that Frito-Lay has many gluten-free snack alternatives but was happy to come across your site to open my eyes to more. Thanks for introducing me to New York Style Risotto Chips, as well as the chance to win them! The “style” (or flavor) of the New York Style Risotto Chips that sounds best to me is the parmesan & roasted garlic, mmm! As far as my most memorable style of fashion, I have always been a fan of the infamous bell-bottom jeans. Luckily, Marsha Brady’s fashion go-to are coming back in style this Spring! I love snacks that offer the chance to use a dip so these chips sound great. Thanks again!

  56. Tiffany Says:

    My most memorable fastion was in high school my ripped jeans i would wear them almost every day with some kind of shirt that had a band on it along with my hair a mile high in hight. now for those chips think that the spicy marinara sound good love spicy foods

  57. Lori Niver Says:

    Sea Salt sounds good. I loved wearing Gunny Sack or Laura Ashley dresses. I liked the puffed sleeves.

  58. Crissy B Says:

    Risotto is awesome! Chips are great! Put them together and you’ve really got something to celebrate, perhaps an old fashion favorite like 70s jogging shorts.

  59. Tina Says:

    I have tried the Risotto spicy marinara and really enjoyed this chip!! Great flavor. I hope I can win some!!

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