EGWs6uuBZ3pp-zGuVVdmeLgkJG4 Across the Avenue: Crunchmaster Crackers

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Crunchmaster Crackers

We recently tried the Crunchmaster Multi-grain and Multi-seed crackers and they are delicious! If you're looking for a new, gluten free alternative to traditional crackers, I highly recommend these. They taste like gourmet crackers, but they're reasonably priced.

We tried three different kinds...


Sea Salt Multi-Grain Crackers: I love all things sea salt, and the Sea Salt Multi-Grain Crackers are seasoned just lightly enough to enjoy the flavor without going overboard. These crackers are all natural, saturated fat free, certified gluten free, cholesterol free, and vegan/dairy free. For as healthy as these crackers are, I was surprised that they tasted so good!






Original Multi-Seed Crackers: These crackers are packed with sesame, quinoa, flax, and amaranth seeds, and lightly seasoned with a wheat free tamari soy sauce. I typically buy a lot of multi-seed breads, but hadn't tried multi-seed crackers before. They are fabulous will definitely be showing up in our house on a regular basis!  They are also all natural, 100% whole grain, cholesterol free, certified gluten free, sugar free, and vegan/dairy free.







Roasted Garlic Multi-Seed Crackers: Our house is usually stocked with garlic crackers of sorts, so these were immediately a favorite. They are lightly flavored with roasted garlic and to me, they are a great alternative to chips because they are hard to stop eating, but at least they are healthy for you! These crackers are all natural, 100% whole grain, low saturated fat, certified gluten free, cholesterol free, and have 0g of trans fat.






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3 comments:

  1. The original crackers look pretty good. :)

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  2. I want to try the sea salt!

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  3. These are still some of my favorite crackers. They're so addictive, but at least they are healthier for us!! :) Thanks for sharing about them.

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