Post sponsored by Pipcorn. All opinions remain my own.

I understand that all snacks aren't great for us but when I find snacks that are, I want to share them with you. Pipcorn is bringing back childhood favorites with better for you ingredients that you can find right in the snack aisle at Kroger. Better yet, Pipcorn's delicious Heirloom Cheese Balls and Crunchies will be as low as $1.75 at Kroger!  The serving size on these cheeseballs is amazing.  They may be small but you can eat 114 in one sitting for a serving.  They are so good that you'll join me in eating an entire serving. My 6 year old daughter (Kendra here) LOVES cheese balls and rightfully so because they are SO good.  The ingredients in Pipcorn have made purchasing an easy choice because I know what they are made out of and I know she's eating quality food.  School lunches have come to an end but I will continue to have these for her lunches at home or a snack before bed with a movie.  I'll be happy to let her have some with her lunch and she'll be happy to eat them.

Right now these bags of Pipcorn Crunchies and Cheese Balls are $3.49 at Kroger but we have a $3.49/2 Ibotta Rebate for both the crunchies and cheese balls that will make a couple of bags just $1.75 each. Be sure to load your rebate before heading to Kroger so when you're done you can submit your receipt to get $3.49 (times TWO) back into your account.

Pipcorn Cheddar and White Cheddar Cheese Balls are a crunchy baked savory snack made with non-GMO heirloom corn and organic cheddar cheese. These are made with no artificial flavors and these puffs make for a better-for-you indulgence.

The Pipcorn Cheddar Crunchies are just as good.  They are a savory snack made with non-GMO cornmeal and organic cheddar cheese. These preservative-free bites are baked, not fried, for a healthier alternative.

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Christi Underwood

July 18, 202104:50 pm

What is the captcha value? How do you get it?

Chrissy Goff

July 8, 202109:32 am

I bought these at Whole Foods (my Kroger has never had them) and they are good but I wasn't a fan of the truffle one and ended up giving it to the birds. LOL None of the kids would eat it either.