PigOut® Pigless Pork Rinds are a plant-based, vegan alternative, and just as crunchy and satisfying as the pig version (all photos © Outstanding Foods).
 A fun snack with no greasy fingers: these Porkless Rinds are baked, not fried.
 Want a crunchy garnish? Crumbled PigOut is great on mac and cheese, other pasta dishes and casseroles.
 A handful of Texas BBQ Porkless Rinds.
 PigOut crumbled atop a salad.
There’s something else happening on Super Bowl Sunday. It’s National Pork Rind Day, another kind of “pigskin.” The fried skin of the pig, cut into bite-size pieces, is perfect Super Bowl food. Pork rinds (called chicharrones in Spanish) are crunchy satisfaction by themselves—no dip required. Unless you insist—and then, consider guacamole.
But what if you don’t eat pork?
We’ve got PigOut® Pigless Pork Rinds for you, below. But first, a look at conventional pork rinds.
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Now, onto the pork-free, plant-based, vegan pork rinds.
PIGOUT PIGLESS PORK RINDS
Made with plant-based ingredients, no pigs are harmed in the creation of these crunchy snacks. PigOut Pigless Pork Rinds are made from rice, pea grits, and pea protein, plus seasonings.
PigOut is just as crunchy and satisfying as the porcine rinds version, with an added benefit: They’re not greasy! They’re baked, not fried.
There are 7 grams of protein per one-ounce serving (the same amount of protein as in a burger, notes the brand), plus the nutrients calcium, iron, and vitamins B12 and D. The pigless rinds are also:
Certified kosher by OU
Trans fat free
Each variety is as well-flavored as the next:
Hella Hot (photo #2)
Salt & Vinegar
Texas BBQ (photo #4)
WAYS TO USE PIGOUT PIGLESS PORK RINDS
Beyond snacking, try them:
As croutons or crumbled on a salad (photo #5).
Crumbled as a garnish for casseroles, mac and cheese, or other pasta (photo #3).
Crumbled for gluten-free breading.
For crunch on grilled cheese or other sandwiches.
Garnish: baked potatoes, grains, casseroles.
Instead of chips with a sandwich or burger.
Mock churros: drizzle Original flavor with butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar or Splenda.
Pork rind nachos (instead of nachos with tortilla chips).
Think creatively: You’ll find many more uses in recipes.
GET YOUR PIGOUT PIGLESS PORK RINDS
Here’s a store locator.
Discover more at OutstandingFoods.com.