We get quite a bit of American junk food here and one day, we decided to try a bag of Cheese Puffs by Frito-Lay.
We usually store these packs of junk food high up on the kitchen shelves especially for those moments when we feel homesick or if one of us has a bad day
The kids do not get to eat junk food at all. Our son gets his fair share from birthday parties at school while I don’t think toddlers should eat junk food at all.
The bag had an appetising photo of cheesy puffs:
Here’s the back of the pack:
However, we were shocked at how orange the puffs looked:
What a lonnnnnnggggggggg list of ingredients for something as simple as cheese puffs! I thought you’d only need flour, cheese, baking powder and oil to make something like this?
My mum was very strict with us when we were growing up – NO JUNK FOOD. We got our samplings from other places, of course, but I think it was good that she restricted it at home.
We only had delicious and healthy home cooked food at home
I had the most junk food when I was a teenager and also when we had parties in college.
Hello and goodbye, Cheese Puffs…
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