I enjoy these crackers. They have a good taste, and can probably best be compared to a 'Cheez-it' cracker, but with less cheese and a more roasted flavor. They're good with cheese, or good alone as well. I like that they are gluten free and non-GMO. I like seeing food with integrity. Along with that, there are no added ingredients that are chemically processed or questionable, or that you don't understand. Which I LOVE. I would def recommend these crackers to anyone who doesn't want a super grainy taste of a cracker that adds a slight cheese flavor.
A ton of the reviews I've read really seem to rave about these crackers, but I don't think they're that great... I think they have an overly nutty flavor and just really grainy and kind of bland. It's like I can't get the flavor out of my mouth.
I don't like them that much, I have just had so much better gluten free crackers. Kroger has a very similar brand to these as well, 'Simple Truth Multigrain Rice Crackers' these also are just not good to me, I don't even care too much for them when they have cheese on them.
I was super stuffed up from Lord knows what, so I went to Kroger to buy something.
I came across this (or something like it), and saw that it was 50% off. I'm all about them deals.
After using it, I noticed a small change in my allergies (positive), but I got the worst headache and vertigo and I don't know why. I wouldn't take this product again because of those reasons. Don't need that in my life.
You want to guarantee yourself some kind of health ailment in the future? Then feast your eyes on the best fake cheesy product there is. These tiny cheddar balls are so good, better than Cheetos, better than goldfish, or other cheesy advertised products.
Something about the crunch and ratio of cheese per ball is intensely satisfying.
You're enjoying yourself? Talking away, suddenly you look down and you've eaten 1/4 of the container. You also now feel your stomach coated in an artificial greasy cheese coating. Your fingers are raw with the tiny grains of added taste, it only takes a thorough licking or a thin scrape against your teeth to remove it (you aren't washing that off, let's not be wasteful of this product now)
If this doesn't remind you of your glory childhood days where these were your favorite snack (and probably still are), then you might be lying to yourself.
10/10 would eat even if it was probably labeled as cancer.
I freakin love pancakes and this was one of the worst things to give up when I went GF like 10 years ago. I didn't even mind the constant lettuce wraps my mom would send me in my lunch box day after day.
So I try this box mix out, right? Well lemme tell you about it.
This is super easy to make, like a typical box mix, it's up to you the amount of mix to add in order to thicken or thin our your pancakes. But lemme tell you, these pancakes are decent tasting, but they are freaking sponges. You have to use like 3x the amount of syrup in order to be able to taste the flavor of sugar cocaine on your hotcakes, and just to make sure you're able to swallow them, cause' these cakes are dry. Super thick (you can try thinning them out with water, milk, etc.), BUT GOOD LUCK.
I'm still on the lookout for the best pancake mix.
YOU WANT A GOOD BROWNIE MIX? WELL THIS IS THE MIX TO PURCHASE.
This stuff is good, sweet and not too dry. I feel like every other product is so dry, BUT NOT THIS ISH.
Follow the instructions on the back of the box and once you pull these bad boys outta the oven, let 'em cool (or be the daredevil that you are and eat 'em hot and gooey) and then maybe sprinkle some powdered sugar over them. Add to the diabetic shock, because tbh you're probably gonna want to eat like 6 servings.
Maybe you think they aren't moist enough? WELL GUESS WHAT? add ~1/2 a cup of plain yogurt to moisten these puppies up, your problems are now all solved.
This soup isn't that good. I've tried this flavor and several others. I purchased them at a relatively good price (in comparison to other GF products) and was really hopeful. Alas, it was a dud. The taste isn't that good, I don't really feel full or satisfied after eating and everything about this product is by too enjoyable.
These are my favorite pretzels offered by any gluten free company -- specifically these. Something about pretzels being in the shape of sticks just taste so much better than when they are in their traditional shape. These are great for hummus dips, other dips or just eating. Great taste, almost a buttery flavor, but not too moist, and they're almost like... Hollow inside? Just seems very light weight. They're so good!