These Crispy Mushroom Chips from Mom’s Haus of Mushroom are a Crazy and Addictive Grocery Find

March 28, 2020

I have a weird aversion when it comes to chips. They’re probably my least favorite snack because I end up stuffing way too much and end up scratching the roof of my mouth. That usually means I never indulge in a whole bag of cheesy puffy goodness or crunchy sour crisps.


I do like spending hours in the grocery though, trying to find the weirdest stuff available. I swear I only ventured into the chip aisle because I had to get some for a party. But this lapse in my usually solid judgment had a purpose–I got some super solid Mom’s Haus of Mushroom Mushroom Chips out of it.


These surprising little bags come in 3 flavors–Salt, Garlic, and Spicy. And they are all wonderful. The deep umami flavors associated with the fungus are all there, nor masked by the coating and inherent crunch that comes out of it. These are a revelation, slightly healthier ‘chips’ that aren’t vegan-y gross or trying so much to be something else. They are like mama cooked them, they are wholesome, clever things, which are addicting and simple. I’ve had deep-fried mushrooms before, and the fact that these are a little dehydrated takes the greasiness out of the equation, and concentrates the flavor. Yup, without a doubt, these are the only chips I am willing to injure the roof of my mouth for.

Have you tried Mom’s House of Mushroom Mushroom Chips? How did you find them? Tell us with a comment below!

Pamela Cortez Pamela Cortez

Pamela Cortez writes about food full-time, and has honed her craft while writing for publications such as Rogue, Town and Country, and The Philippine Star. She once rode on a mule for a mile just to eat mint tea and lamb in Morocco, and has eaten a block of Quickmelt in one sitting. Her attempt at food photography can be viewed online @meyarrr.

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12 responses to “These Crispy Mushroom Chips from Mom’s Haus of Mushroom are a Crazy and Addictive Grocery Find”

  1. Victoria says:

    Which grocery?! I got them as gifts a few years ago and could never find them again. To me, they tasted weird at first, but became strangely addictive after a few more bites!

  2. ems says:

    where did you brought this? :s

  3. skeptic says:

    Where from and how much, please?

  4. CJ Aguilar says:

    I love this! It’s sorta hard to find though. I used to get this at a Robinson’s Supermarket near my place but last week when I went there, wala na. Any tip on where to find more of this?

  5. carol says:

    I saw this yesterday @ south supermarket. Its expensive at 190.00++ for a small bag.

  6. Dustin Hezron says:

    I think I saw these in Landmark last Sunday. It’s in the same rack as the Chicharons at the Snacks section.

  7. Volts Sanchez says:

    Looks interesting but that’s pretty pricey. I’ll have to find someone willing to split a bag with me. Oh, and Haus? Not my favorite spelling.

  8. Melody Buendia says:

    It is indeed pricey, I’d rather buy portabellos, dehydrate, then fry them.

  9. Josie D. Galvan says:

    where can I buy these? 🙂

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