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Have you heard of SkinnyFATS?  SkinnyFATS’ Catchups are a line of delicious condiments featuring three bold ketchups and one zesty mustard are coming to Hawaii.  SkinnyFATS will be bringing a taste of Las Vegas to Hawaii as they partner with Foodland (a local grocery chain) and bring to you awesome condiments for great recipes year round.  

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What are SkinnyFATS Catchups?

So, what’s the big deal about these catchups anyway, you may be asking?  It’s an All Natural, No GMO’s and Gluten Free condiment.  Besides being a great way to sauce up your favorite foods you can also create a plethora of different recipes to satisfy any foodie.  Let’s get the breakdown of each one available, shall we?

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UNIPEPPERCORN – Black Pepper Catchup:  Once upon a tomato there was a magical spice by the name of unipeppercorn.  All explorers yearned for it, but none could attain it.  Then one day, Christopher Tomato found it and stole it from the natives.  The rest is condiment history.
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CHILLPOTLE – Chilpotle Catchup:  Once upon a pepper there was a smoked jalapeno named Chillpotle.  One day, H.I. Larius and Tomato came along… Larius proposed the opportunity for expansion of the mind and palate to all man, plant and animal alike to elevate as one.  The rest is condiment history.
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JALATCHA – Jalapeno Catchup:  Once upon a tomato there was a jalapeno named Sally.  The boys were all intimidated by Sally because like most jalapenos she ran a little hot.  Bobby Tomato was not afraid.  The rest is condiment history.
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TURMERICA – Hot Mustard:  Once upon an asian herb, there was a young root named Tera.  Feeling as if she was missing the right spice in her life, Tera set out to travel the world.  She sailed the sea until she discovered new shores in the land of the free.  The rest is condiment history.
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PORKY PINEAPPLE – Pineapple Catchup:  Once upon a tomato, there was a pineapple named Porky.  Adopted at an unripe age, he thought he was a tomato.  As he grew larger and more prickly on the outside, he remained sweet on the inside; learning to live in harmony with others regardless of their differences.  The rest is condiment history. 

5 Savory Selections Available!

There are a total of 5 savory selections and boy are the a great addition to any of your favorite dishes.  In addition, each of the catchups is produced in small, individual batches and the sauces not only taste great, but they avoid using high fructose corn syrup if at all possible.  Each condiment is 20 calories or less per serving and perfect to spice up or season any meal.

Where can you buy SkinnyFATS in Hawaii?

Foodland Hawaii will be carrying these products at limited locations (below is a list) so you can shop for one or all of them on four main islands here.

Oahu:

  • #1 Market City
  • #2 School Street
  • #3 Aina Haina
  • #4 Beretania
  • #8 Kaneohe
  • #9 Pearl City
  • #10 Wahiawa
  • #16 Ewa Beach
  • #18 Dillingham
  • #19 Mililani
  • #27 Pupukea
  • #31 Waipio
  • #32 Laie
  • #33 Nanakuli
  • #36 Stadium
  • #37 Kailua
  • #43 Kapolei
  • Food Pantry #1
  • Food Pantry #3
  • Malama Haleiwa #1006
  • Malama Makakilo #2801

Maui:

  • #20 Kaahumanu
  • #22 Lahaina
  • #23 Kihei
  • #24 Pukalani
  • #35 Wailuku
  • #42 Farms Lahaina
  • Napili

Kaua’i: 

  • #28 Waipouli
  • #30 Princeville

Big Island (Hawai’i Island):

  • #21 Hilo
  • #25 Kona
  • #26 Puainako
  • #28 Waipouli
  • #38 Waimea
  • #39 Farms Mauna Lani
  • #41 Keaau
  • Malama Pahoa #2802
  • Malama Oceanview #2805
  • Malama Honokaa #2808
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Recipes???

Grilling up for the end of the summer months or looking forward to trying new recipes for the holidays? SkinnyFATS Catchups has you covered!  We definitely suggest checking out SkinnyFATS Catchups and include them into some of your favorite recipes.  I’ve included a few recipes for you below so you can try them out for yourself.  Keep an eye out at your local Foodland to see when they Porky.

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Jalatcha BBQ Chicken
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Chillpotle 4.20 Taquitos

Download the PDF’s to these recipes below:

As soon as I have the opportunity to try out some recipes, I’ll be sure to share them here or via my social media channels, so be on the lookout for those.  

Try it out for yourself?

Above all, my family and I love trying new food and seasoning items.  It’s a great way to infuse flavor into a plain food dish.  Seriously, I love the fact that the SkinnyFATS Catchups are low in calories and Carbs.  Once you try these, I’m sure you’ll think of a variety of ways to use the ketchups and I can’t wait to hear about the recipes you create.

So will you be heading on over to your local Foodland to snag a few bottles of these SkinnyFATS catchups?  If so, what flavor do you want to try first?


Disclaimer:  The product(s) featured in this post were sent for review and feature consideration.  All opinions are my own, 100% honest & unbiased.  Affiliate links are posted through out.  This is not a sponsored post.

Maui is my home and definitely my sanctuary – a place I love and will always love.  Many of you may be noticing a change in the content here at Honeygirl’s World moving forward and I’m excited about it.  You see, as a born and raised Maui girl (or kama’aina as they call it here in Hawai’i), I wanted to be able to share a little about Hawaii and my island home with my readers.  Here’s the thing, there are a ton of blogs out there about Maui and Hawaii for that matter, but how many of them are truly from the perspective of a native born?  I love writing about my favorite products and sharing my thoughts on the latest and newest beauty trends, but I feel like I really want to be able to share more of my life, with all of you.

So, I bring to you new content that is coming from the heart.  If you’re looking for reviews on different types of tourist attractions, activities, and eateries, consider me your own personal concierge.  I want to be able to share more of the things I love with all of you, the readers that helped to make Honeygirl’s World what it is today.  You can expect to still find a plethora of product features and reviews because let’s face it – beauty is my passion and so is my family.  So, don’t think that those videos, reviews, and posts will end.  I just want you to know that I’m going to be mixing it up a lot here.  You’ll still see the same type of content with a little blend of the island living I love.

Remember what I said earlier, about the point of view on Maui living (or Hawaii living for that matter) is usually not coming from a Hawaii native?  Well, I meant it.  I really want to share my thoughts with all of you as I have for 10 or more years.  I love experiencing all that Maui and Hawaii have to offer and I can’t wait to embark on this journey and share with all of you.  Reviewing Eateries that I enjoy here has been one of my favorite things to do on the blog over the years, so I’m excited to share so much more with all of you too.

Like I said before, this doesn’t mean the content you enjoy and love will no longer be here.  You can still search and find your favorite posts and you’ll continue to see new ones… I’m just adding to my flair.

Wishing you all a warm summer and lots of paradise loving,

Honey