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Trader Joe's Multigrain Crackers

Multigrain crackers sold at Trader Joe's

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Addictive, value priced, and healthy snack!

  • Aug 12, 2009
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Go ahead, try it, have JUST ONE, I dare you! There is no way you can do it, that one cracker has at least 15 friends that want to be in your tummy too.

This is a snack that is hard to put down. Especially when you know the box only cost $1.99. Why don't they fill it to the top? They should make the box smaller so it isn't so deceiving. That is the only negative thing I can think of about Trader Joe's Multigrain Crackers. There just isn't enough of them! Seriously addictive stuff for people who like crunchy, healthy, bite size, and not too sweet. I reach for these when I've had my dose of Joe Joe's but can't stop.

There is a hint of sweetness and a luscious grainy texture. I love eating them with fruit, especially with apples. Goes great with watermelon and mango too. Something about the crunchy texture combined with the juiciness of fruit - makes for a flavor explosion. You can also try it with Nutella, peanut butter, or one of my favorites, Trader Joe's Organic Blueberry Preserves.

The ingredients are not the best, but certainly not as bad as some big brand crackers with HFCS. By no means organic, but at that price that would be next to impossible. This is also a very portable snack, I take them
  • in the car
  • in the stroller on walks with baby
  • picnics
  • weekend trips (for those munchie moments)
  • to work (for me that's in my home office at the computer)
  • keep some in my purse/backpack/diaper bag

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August 17, 2009
You KNOW that I'm going to try to eat just one...cuz you dared me! :D I have never eaten crackers with fruit either, so I guess I'm going to have to give that a try too. Thanks!
August 18, 2009
Try it! You might like them as much as I do, have you tried the Joe Joe's yet?
 
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Ingredients: Enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), sunflower oil, sugar, scotch oatmeal, inulin, rye flour, multigrain flour blend (wheat, rye, triticale, barley, corn, millet, soybean, sunflower seeds, rice, flax, durum oats), wheat germ, modified corn starch, salt, invert syrup, sodium bicarbonate, onion powder, malt flour, monocalcium phosphate, microbial enzymes.

Made on equipment shared with milk.
Facility processes eggs.

10 oz (284g)

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