Nabisco Triscuit - Crackers - Baked Whole Grain Wheat Dill Sea Salt & Olive Oil
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- "The dill flavored Triscuits are so good that I cannot stop eating them." in 1 review
- "These are really good with homemade pickles." in 1 review
I will admit that I was uneasy when I first tried a Dill flavored product 10+ years ago. The first dill product I tried was produced by a Canadian company, recommended by a friend I met online living in Alberta, Canada. (I believe the name brand was Old Dutch Dill Pickle Chips.. though I'm not 100% certain) They were excellent, which led me to crave other dill flavored products.
The next product was produced by Spitz, which were dill flavored sunflower seeds, marketed by a Dutch family who moved to Ontario, Canada. I'm not sure if anyone reading this has ever had a cheek full of sunflower seeds on one side of their mouth and shells in the other, but if you have, add a dill flavor to it. It however doesn't have a vinegar flavor to it like pickles. Overall this is a good product.
Lay's, seeing an opportunity, took a chance in (I'm guessing the year) 2008. Once again, the American consumers loved this flavor alternative. In my honest opinion, I feel the Lay's dill flavor is too strong and tangy: there is too much vinegar flavor added to it. Keep this in mind when you are reading the rest of this review.
Which brings me to the dill flavored Triscuits...
It's a combination of that wonderful Triscuit crunch, texture and flavor we have all grown to love combined with a perfect dill flavor. It is very yummy.
The caloric value yields 120 calories per serving and only 4 grams of fat.. but this is with a serving size of 6 crackers. You might be tempted to eat half of the box in one sitting as I almost have.. but be warned as a full box is 1080 calories and 36 grams of fat. yikes!
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