Crunchmaster Review & #Giveaway (OVER)

08 May 2012

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I received 3 packs of Crunchmaster Crackers in the mail last weekend.
First off let me say before I could get a picture of the Multi-Grain Roasted Vegetable, my wife sucked them down!
I wouldn't know, but she said they were delicious. I was reading the nutrional facts, which I do often now that I have a baby, and found that for 15 crackers there is only 120 calories. To me that is a good serving size. Then I moved down to the ingredients and with the exception of 1 ingredient, I knew what everything else was. These are also Gluten Free.



Finally, I took a picture, but not before she opened the second pack, which were Multi-Seed Crackers. For 15 Crackers there are 140 Calories, which isn't bad. This variety is oven baked and also gluten and wheat free, but more importantly, All Natural.

At least my wife saved the best for last, and I plan on hiding them.
Multi-Grain Sea Salt Crackers.

According to the nutrition guide, they have only 120 Calories for 16 crackers, another good serving size. The ingredients list, I know what everything is and can pronounce all words.

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9 comments:

  1. Ann Fudge Cluck said...:

    7 Ancient Grains Crackers
    Supermarket Pack

  1. Julie Lynn Bickham said...:

    I would like to try the Rosemary & Olive Oil crackers.

  1. LaTanya said...:

    Sea salt

  1. Jennifer Metz said...:

    I would love to try the multi-grain sea salt crackers!

  1. Kathlyne said...:

    I like the plain multigrain crackers with salt on them. I buy them whenever they have them at Costco and I've gotten a couple of friends hooked.

  1. Meryl said...:

    Original Multi-seed

  1. Louis said...:

    Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain

  1. Alannah Linton said...:

    Roasted Garlic

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