Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (2024)

Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans TransFat)

I bought a small bag of Gardetto’s snack mix during my ten minute break from class tonight. I always feel guilty when I pick them over other snacks because just the small bag had 2g of trans fat in it. Trans fats are probably one of the worst things that you can put into your body whether you’re a health nut or not. (Please see this link for an explanation.)

Anyhoo, I know that the delicious rye chips are the main—if not, only—source of the trans fats. (I know because I’ve bought the, “Special Request: Roasted Garlic Rye Chips,”only to be horrified bythe nutritional values.) This lead me to do a search for homemade rye chips! I usually avoid Yahoo! Answers but this time, it was helpful! This recipe looks simple and delicious.I intend to make these DIY Rye Chips ASAP and figured they’d be a hit with just about every other salty snack lover! Hope they turn out great for everyone else. 🙂

You will need:

  • 6, day-old Rye Bagels
  • 1 tablespoon Olive Oil
  • 1 tablespoon Onion Powder
  • 1 tablespoon Garlic Salt or Powder
  • 1 tablespoon Seasoned Salt

To Make:
Heat the oven to 200 degrees.
Line several baking sheets with tinfoil.
Slice the bagels crosswise into 1/4-inch-thick rounds.
Arrange the slices in a single layer on the baking sheets.
Using a spray mister, lightly coat the tops with theolive oil. (You also can brush on the oil with a pastry brush, but you’ll need to use a bit more oil and the chips will not be as crisp.)
Generously sprinkle the chips with equal amounts of the onion powder, garlic salt and seasoned salt.
Bake until crisp and cracker-like, about 45 minutes.

Store in a tightly covered container for up to a week.

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17 responses

  1. Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (2)

    Rye Chips For President

    You are MARVELOUS!!!

    I never thought of just cutting up rye bagels…ingenious!!!

    However, I think the Chex Mix variety uses worcestershire sauce, so I’ll have to amend your version and see what I come up with…thanks for the great post!!!

    Long Live Rye Chips!!!

    September 17, 2012 at 9:15 pm

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      Sawdizzle

      Don’t forget to give the almighty internet some credit, haha. 😀 I like the idea of worcestershire sauce; let us know how that turns out!

      September 17, 2012 at 11:55 pm

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      Mitchell nova

      It’s really, really easy to make seasoning salt at home. It’s basically a glorified mix of seasonings that most people have on hand on the spice rack.

      February 10, 2019 at 10:02 pm

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    JJ

    seasoned salt recipe:

    1 tablespoons salt
    1/4 teaspoon paprika
    1/8 teaspoon turmeric (optional)
    1-1/8 teaspoon sugar (optional, to taste)
    1/8 teaspoon onion powder
    1/8 teaspoon garlic powder

    December 5, 2013 at 11:27 pm

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  4. Here’s a link to a recipe for those of you who want to make these from scratch.

    December 15, 2016 at 5:28 pm

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  5. Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (9)

    Tina Wilkerson

    Gardetto’s contains 300mg of cholesterol. Does this recipe guarantee 0%?

    January 27, 2017 at 6:42 am

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  6. Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (10)

    Aaron Bean

    There is saturated fat. 0 trans fat

    August 24, 2017 at 6:49 pm

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  7. Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (11)

    Chad

    I guess it’s great fun to procure and carefully slice rye bagels, but as Aaron said, the bag of actual Gardetto’s Rye Chips I got at ye olde Walmart has 0% trans fat, 0% saturated fat, and even 0% cholesterol (unsurprising as no animal fats are used, only soybean oil and a scant amount of canola oil). Now if only they could magically make them calorie-free, this would be the perfect snack!

    November 6, 2017 at 9:38 am

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    • Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (12)

      Nancy D Woeltje

      My local Walmart doesn’t carry them so I have to order online. That’s why I like to find copycat recipes online

      June 5, 2021 at 9:59 am

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  8. Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (13)

    Mitchell nova

    So basically, you found a recipe on the internet, re-wrote it, took a picture of actual gardettos(or took one from google) and posted it saying “I’m going to make these soon” lol. Trans fats aren’t even bad for you if you have a balanced diet, get exercise and don’t over-do them. Also, the amount of seasoning you posted is no where near enough to use for 6 bagels. You can get between 20-30 chips per one bagel so around 100-130 chips depending on how them you slice them. (I like them thin) I tripled everything but the oil. I believe I used around 4 tablespoons oil brushing them. I also baked them for about an hour using my pizza pan that has tons of little holes in the bottom of the pan. Turned out really good. You can also put them in a sealed container inside the fridge If you want to make a huge batch. Easily can last a month like that.

    These go extremely well if broke into small pieces and put on salads or baked potatoes as an alternative to bacon bits.

    February 10, 2019 at 10:00 pm

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  9. Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (14)

    Beeron

    the best rye chips- ordered PINAHS RYE CHIPS from FARM & FLEET less expensive than making these AND they are really really good.

    June 27, 2020 at 11:47 am

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  10. Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (15)

    Pam

    Can I use dark rye bread?

    February 19, 2021 at 11:14 am

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  12. Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (16)

    Nancy D Woeltje

    Great suggestions. I want to try it and add cayenne pepper as I’m looking for a recipe similar to the spicy Italian mix but just the rye chips.

    June 5, 2021 at 9:56 am

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Recipe! Gardetto’s Style Rye Chips (Sans Trans Fat) (2024)

FAQs

What are Gardettos rye chips made of? ›

ENRICHED FLOUR (WHEAT FLOUR, NIACIN, IRON, THIAMIN MONONITRATE, RIBOFLAVIN, FOLIC ACID), RYE FLOUR, SOYBEAN OIL.

What are Gardetto's chips nutrition facts? ›

Chips, Garlic Rye
  • Total Fat 9g. 14%
  • 15%
  • Trans Fat 0g.
  • Cholesterol 0mg. 0%
  • Sodium 350mg. 15%
  • Total Carbohydrates 17g. 6%
  • 4%
  • Sugars 0.5g.
Jan 13, 2024

What are the brown chips in Gardettos mix? ›

Original Recipe

The original blend of crunchy breadsticks, salted pretzels and roasted rye chips, seasoned with Gardetto's secret family recipe.

What makes Gardettos so good? ›

The crunch of the all-carb bag is mighty. The seasoning is addictive, a powerful explosion of salt, salt, garlic, and salt -- and apparently dried Worcestershire sauce, onion, baking soda, caraway, and a million chemical-sounding ingredients.

Are Gardettos healthy for you? ›

This product contains a high percentage of the Institute of Medicine's recommended adequate intake for sodium of 1500 mg a day (IOM 2005). This value is much lower than what the FDA requires be listed on food labels -- 2400 mg. Americans average 3,400 mg of sodium a day.

Are Gardettos good for a diet? ›

Gardetto extracts the worst part of its original snack mix and tries to serve it as a gourmet treat—a sneaky move that might have serious repercussions for even casual munchers. Each single serving exceeds the amount of trans fat deemed safe to consume daily by the American Heart Association.

What is the most unhealthiest chip? ›

Potato chips from brands known for excessive salt, saturated fats, and artificial additives tend to be less healthy. Examples include Lay's, Pringles, and Ruffles. Opting for baked or kettle-cooked chips and checking nutritional labels can help make a healthier choice.

Do rye chips have carbs? ›

Gardetto's Roasted Garlic Rye Chips (0.5 cup) contains 17g total carbs, 16g net carbs, 9g fat, 3g protein, and 160 calories.

Did Gardettos change their recipe? ›

Pizza Mix was also eliminated after several years of production and later replaced by Italian Recipe. In early 2013, General Mills removed the sesame seed breadstick from the Gardetto's original recipe and replaced it with a different breadstick found in other popular snack mixes put out by General Mills.

What did they take out of Gardettos? ›

Originally Answered: Why does Gardettos call it the "original recepe" when they took out the bread piece with the seseme seeds on top? Its bugged me a few years now. It was the best piece. I'm not sure why they would call it the original recipe if they took out the bread piece with the sesame seeds.

Did Chex Mix have rye chips? ›

Commercial contents and varieties

All commercial Chex Mixes contain some form of Chex cereal. Other ingredients generally include rye chips, bagel chips, breadsticks, pretzels, nuts, and crackers.

Are Gardetto's fried or baked? ›

In 1981, she created a crowd favorite using breadstick ends marinated in oil, garlic and Worcestershire sauce then baked in her kitchen oven. The mix was dubbed “Gardetto's Snak-Ens” and quickly became a bestseller in the bakery.

What company owns Gardetto's? ›

In 1999, General Mills purchased Gardetto's Bakery Inc. and, with it, the family's Snak-Ens recipes for national distribution.

Is Chex Mix or Gardettos better? ›

They are both enjoyable mixes, it just depends on the person. Even though I much preferred the initial flavor of the Gardettos, I didn't like how quickly that flavor tapered off compared to the Chex Mix. The Chex is a little more consistent, whereas the Gardettos don't waste any time.

Do rye chips have fiber? ›

Rye chips by Legacy Bakehouse LLC contains 140 calories per 28 g serving. This serving contains 8 g of fat, 3 g of protein and 15 g of carbohydrate. The latter is 1 g sugar and 2 g of dietary fiber, the rest is complex carbohydrate.

What are the little brown things in Gardettos? ›

As you can see from the scientific study above, the best Gardetto's are the little brown discs, officially known as "rye chips" but called by various regional nicknames. For some reason my middle school girlfriend called them "poop browns" and so I will forever call them "poop browns." Don't get mad at me Gardetto's.

Are Gardetto rye chips gluten free? ›

Is it Gluten Free? No.

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