Southern Recipe Pork Rinds

Southern Recipe Pork Rinds

Southern Recipe Pork Rinds

We love pork rinds in our house.  Any flavor we love. Southern Recipe Pork Rinds has a variety of flavors to satisfy anyone’s snack cravings. They sent me the 3 new flavors that we just love. Southern Recipe Pork Rinds are a healthier snack for you that are full of protein and low in carbs.

What makes a pork rind REALLY delicious? Ask anyone and they’ll tell you it’s all about the quality of the crunch and the flavor, itself. For Southern Recipe, it’s also about the ingredients you start with.

After they sourced only the best ingredients, they make each batch of rinds with their secret family recipe (it’s one that hasn’t changed in more than 60 years!). And, believe it or not, pork rinds are a better-for-you low carb snack, with high protein, and fried in sunflower oil. Whatever you call them – pork rinds, skins or rinds – after just one bite, you’ll call them the best snack you’ve ever had.

They have new flavors you really need to try. Like Spicy Dill which is gluten free. They also have Kimchi BBQ, Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper, and Hatch Chile.  These are all 1 gram or less of carbohydrate per serving.

Their pork rinds are hand selected and cooked in small batches. Free from artificial colors and contains 0 grams of trans fat per serving.

Large in size, great in flavor! Light, fluffy, and crunchy pork rinds. This are a favorite in our house and now we have a new favorite brand.

High protein, gluten free snacks are the perfect paleo & diabetic crunch.

They know pork rinds better than anyone else! Their founders fried their first pork skin over 60 years ago and they’ve been the same family-owned company since. While they have added some new and interesting flavors since the early days, their pork skins are still large, light, and bold!

The heart that goes into their pork rinds doesn’t make us health nuts, it makes us pork rind lovers and snacking experts. Take it from us, you want your snacks cooked in sunflower oil and made in small batches. It’s time to take your crunch to the next level.

Southern Recipe Pork Rinds are the Tastiest Crunch in the South


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  1. I honestly haven’t had pork rinds since I was a kid! I remember not liking them very much, but kids are picky. I need to try them again, particularly this brand! I love that they are made healthier.

  2. My mother is 91 born and raised in TN and her dad make the pork rinds. She loves them will share this withe her

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