Food Brand: Cheetos Oven Baked Flamin' Hot


Brand Name

Oven Baked Flamin' Hot Flavored

than regular cheese flavored snacks.

Goodness from the Oven!

CHEETOS® Oven Baked FLAMIN' HOT® flavored snacks offer great taste with less fat than regular cheese flavored snacks. Add a little mischief to your break with these fiercely flamin' snacks!

Bar Code Number
0 28400 18931 8

Net Weight
7 5/8 OZ (216.1 g)

Product Number
CHEE-4246E/7F    LAP    30043711 | 1215    b0441    (B) | 145310202

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size
1 oz (28g/About 34 pieces)

Servings per Container
About 8


Calories from Fat

Total Fat
5g - 8%

Saturated Fat
1g - 4%

Trans Fat

0mg - 0%

220mg - 9%

Total Carbohydrate
20g - 7%

Dietary Fiber less than

Sugar less than


Vitamin A

Vitamin C



Vitamin E





Enriched Corn Meal (Corn Meal, Ferrous Sulfate, Niacin, Thiamin Mononitrate, Riboflavin, and Folic Acid), Vegetable Oil (Corn, Canola, and/or Sunflower Oil), Salt, Sea Minerals (Calcium Carbonate and Magnesium Carbonate), Sugar, Monosodium Glutamate, Yeast Extract, Citric Acid, Artificial Color (Red 40 Lake, Yellow 6 Lake, Yellow 6, Yellow 5), Hydrolyzed Corn Protein, Onion Powder, Cheddar Cheese (Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes), Whey, Maltodextrin (Made From Corn), Whey Protein Concentrate, Garlic Powder, Buttermilk, Natural Flavor, Sodium Diacetate, Lactic Acid, Disodium Inosinate, Disodium Guanylate and Skim Milk.

Milk Ingredients

Until printed date or this snack's on us.

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Weekdays 9:00am to 4:30pm Central Time
*50% less fat than regular cheese flavored snacks

Fat content of regular cheese flavored snacks is 10g per 1oz. serving;
fat content of these snacks is 5g per 1oz. serving

PLANO, TX 75024-4099
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Cheetos Oven Baked Flamin' Hot flavored chips

Food Review (Posted on 02-26-2017)

It's obvious that I'm a huge fan of Cheetos®, if I haven't emphasized that already. While I'm glad there's a "healthier" version of their famous snacks, something is abound with a product like this but I'll get to that in a little bit (unless you want to skip to the third paragraph, then go ahead).

To my recollection, most chips are fried—yes, requiring the use of cooking oil. Now when chips are baked, it's not only healthier but much lighter to eat. Fans who taste this for the first time may find this to be a little flavorless but will completely get used to the lightness of the baked preparation. No more oily fingers! Once that taste sinks in, you won't feel guilty at all; In fact, if you're looking for a brand of chips as an ingredient, this works perfectly for your recipe. Other than that, baked chips suddenly became the choice to snack on without any hang-ups with your diet and/or hunger. As for the taste itself, it's very much like the Cheetos® chips we all know and love. Nothing has changed and that's a good thing, because if something did, we FOODSOTROS! are here to tell you fans about it.

Alright, so what's the concern? You know that image meme that asks folks to explain why the price of soda is $1 but a clean, pure bottle of water is $5, the meme gives the viewer an incentive to think why health issues like obesity are still a problem in this country. The fact that healthier options are expensive gives us difficult access to them, requiring more money for a more guilt-free dining and snacking. Saying that, my gripe with wonderful products like these from Cheetos®, and why I knocked off 5% in our ratings, is the price. I don't care if a "special procedure" is required to get these healthier chips on the market. I mean, because the internet has exposed the real truths behind the lies, it's only a matter of time that us homecooks and amateur chefs bake our own Cheetos® chips.

What I'm trying to say is because of the sodium content of these chips, baked seems like a viable option for us would want to rid off the guilt when snacking. Most of all, LOWER THE PRICE OF THE BAKED CHIPS. Perhaps I understand why big grocery stores often give deals to the regular chips, like Buy 3, Mix & Match for $1.69. Sounds nice, but we should all resist and focus on this healthier option, even though grocery stores can never price these bags under $2.99.

To the employees and chefs of the Frito-Lay organization (we've reviewed your products before so I know a few of you are reading this): here, FOODSOTROS! is the #1 most visited website on our KC Network. While we assume you're familiar with the meme as to why soda is $1 but clean, bottled water is $5, I like to ask and wonder why your baked Flamin' Hot chips are close to $5 when you've iterated many times that these chips are healthier and why us consumers should bring this to our tables/pantries, yet your regular branded chips cooked in oil are $3. Have you catered to the corporate "flaw" that involves constraining the population—causing harms to our health as a means of control in eliminating numerous amounts of people, to the point where politics gets involved and we end up blaming our doctors despite spending thousands on overpriced pills because the cancer-killing plants are banned? It just irritates me how healthy options are more expensive, but the fatty, unhealthy, cancer-causing options cost less than pocket change.

While I'm a fan of your chips, our contact information is below and I would like my questions answered—why this healthy option is more expensive, and why the "regular and fatty" option costs less (reverted back to that soda-water image meme). Our fans are reading this, and continually visit this website, and if we don't get a response before December 31st, 2017, we will no longer purchase any—ANY—of your products for personal snacking and/or review.

(This review is on watch, and will be updated if anything happens. Stick around, foodies and fans.)

UPDATE (01-28-2018): After a one-month grace period, we have received no response from Frito Lay asking why they injected Genetic Engineering into their popular Flamin' Hot products and others. Even though the label indicating as such has been recently removed from their bags, we regret to inform food fans that we no longer will associate nor will we do business consumerism with Frito Lay and their products because of this. Eat well and protect your health from genetically modified food, ladies and gentlemen. While we're a big fan of Cheetos' mascot Chester Cheetah, this new injection is unacceptable regardless (as if the chips don't have enough). There are other, better alternatives.