SkinnyDipped has launched lower-sugar chocolate Baking Bits in two varieties. 

The brand's new products have up to 67 percent less sugar than leading brands and are made without stevia or sugar alcohols. SkinnyDipped sweetens its Baking Bits with a blend of cane sugar and allulose.

"Not only are SkinnyDipped Bits ideally suited for baking because of their amazing taste, lower sugar and just-right meltability, but they're super snackable for all the same reasons," says SkinnyDipped CEO Breezy Griffith. "Different from a traditional chip, we've given bakers and snackers alike a unique product form in a conventional lay-flat pillow pack as well as a resealable stand-up pouch, making it easy to grab a handful and save the rest."

Baking Bits are SkinnyDipped's third major introduction this year, following the April launch of the brand’s peanut butter cups and chocolate bars. The SkinnyDipped Baking Bits include:

  • Semi-Sweet Baking Bits: The gold standard for baking with 3 grams of sugar per serving.
  • Dark Chocolate & Sea Salt Baking Bits: An on-trend twist on an old favorite, these chips have 2 grams of sugar per serving 

Like all SkinnyDipped products, the new items are also non-GMO, kosher and gluten-free. SkinnyDipped Baking Bits are available now at select Walmart stores in a 7-oz. pouch at a suggested retail price of $4.98 and in select retailers in a 9-oz. pack at a suggested retail price of $6.99. The 9-oz. size will soon be available on Amazon and as a three-pack at a suggested retail price of $22.99.