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Natalie reviews: Crunchmaster Multi-grain Crackers

Last week on the Costcuisine blog I reviewed the Costco Synear Shumai Dumplings and the Costco PB Fit Powdered Peanut Butter

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I paid $10.99 Canadian for the 567 gram box of crackers that has two bags of crackers in it. 

The bags aren’t resealable so when I opened my bag I popped it into a large Ziploc with an elastic band around the bag. The best before date is 10 months from the date I purchased the crackers. These crackers are super versatile. I love them alone but they’d be great with cheese, on a charcuterie board, or with various dips. I served them with the Fontaine Sante Spinach Dip and that was a great combination.

The crackers are gluten-free, vegan, peanut-free and have no artificial colours or flavours. 10 crackers have 90 calories, three and a half grams of fat, 75 milligrams of sodium, 14 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, zero grams of sugar and two grams of protein. They contain soy and sesame.

These may be my new favorite cracker from Costco. I’ll warn you, even on their own they’re addictive! The flavor is salty goodness with a hint of sesame and the texture is crisp and crunchy. I did not expect at all to like these as much as I do, I honestly thought they looked pretty boring. I will definitely buy these again, they’re simple but tasty and versatile.

Cost: 7.5/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 8.5/10

Taste: 9/10

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Written by Natalie

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