I was really excited when we were given the opportunity to review Salsa Sensations!! We are big on Salsa in our household. We eat Mexican food about once a week (Hubby’s favorite food). We also like to keep salsa on hand in the fridge at all times… needless to say we love salsa.
About the Product:
Salsa Sensations has only been on the market since last September
EXCLUSIVE to Wal-Mart. Click HERE to see if it is available at your local Wal-Mart.
You can find it in the refrigerated DAIRY section.
Made with Sun-ripened tomatoes, chopped onions, garlic, cilantro, and jalapenos (habaneros in the HOT).
Contains 10 calories per 2 tbsp serving
Fresh – needs refrigeration (not on your standard chip & dip isle)
Plus the best thing is the cost… it is only $1.98 ~yep you read that right!!
You can check out Salsa Sensations for yourself on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and their Blog.
I decided to try all three flavors Mild, Medium, and Hot while we were hanging out with friends to get a couple extra opinions on them. We all liked the fact that they were really fresh. Most eveyone preferred the Mild or Medium Flavor. The Hot Flavor is Hot (personally I didn’t think it was too hot but it does have a zing to it). You can definitely taste the fresh onions and other fresh ingrediants. I prefer a little more “flavor” to my salsa so I personally added a little salt to mine but I am told I use way to much salt! Overall everyone liked the Salsa Sensations. I think that these would be really good to use when cooking or using recipes because the flavors are not to overwhelming. You can find Recipes HERE using Salsa Sensations. Try it out for yourself.
Disclosure: I was given the opportunity to review Salsa Sensations through Mom Spark Media. I was compensated for my time and participation. I was not compensated to write a positive or favorable review. This is Keeping Up With The Rheinlander’s personal opinion.
I had a yummy mango salsa recently! (from Trader Joes)
My oldest son makes Salsa for us usually. He just usually eats all of it by himself.
He could eat chips & salsa all day long.
I’ll have to check our local walmart for this.
I see that you are a follower of mine and I am going to follow you back! How do you go about getting to review products and such, I am interested in that..? I would love to get compensated for doing something I am enjoying!
I look forward to reading your blog.
Oh it sounds yummy! Have not seen that up here in Ontario.
Great review! I love mexican too – but don’t eat it too often 🙁 Your newest follower (600 Yay!) through the blog hop!
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Oh yes, that day was crazy! And super scary!!! I didn't do a post, but maybe I will.
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