Monday, October 10, 2016
I didn't think that I liked these when I first tried them. They have a somewhat hard, grainy texture with only a subtle flavor of cheese. They also don't have a lot of salt in them and really don't have much flavor at all. After eating them a few more times, I've decided that they actually make a great snack because they don't make you want to eat more and more of them like traditional high carb snacks do. Just a couple of small pieces make a satisfying snack.
They come in very large pieces that you can break up into whatever size "crackers" you like. I kind of like that idea but I think they would look nicer if they were in little squares for serving them at a party. On the other hand, they're not really the sort of thing that I'd serve for company. I would treat them more like trail mix or granola bars and reserve them for times when I might need to take a little snack along with me. They taste more like "health food" than snacky junk food, if you know what I mean. I think that the cheese is what makes them more tasty than something like those hard dry Wasa crisps that I ate when I was on a low fat diet (cardboard comes to mind). These are more like a crispbread kind of thing though than true crackers. Click HERE to buy this product from LC-Foods.
Ingredients: A proprietary blend of almond, coconut and tapioca flours, cheddar cheese, golden flax meal, egg whites, coconut oil, whey protein, salt and baking soda
Per Serving: 52 Calories; 8.3g Fat; 5.1g Protein; 4.7g Carbohydrate; 3.7g Dietary Fiber; 1g Net Carb