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Crunchmaster Multi-seed Gluten-Free Crackers (Oven Baked)

The other day I tried a bag of Crunchmaster Multi-seed Gluten-Free Crackers, which are a healthy oven-baked cracker, and I must say that they are an outstanding and very tasty gluten-free cracker.  In addition to being gluten-free they are also all natural, low sodium and cholesterol-free. 

In addition to their great taste, what I really like about these crackers is the fact that they are made with whole grains and seeds, including brown rice meal, sesame seeds, quinoa seeds, flax seeds and amaranth seeds.  One serving size of 15 crackers packs a whopping 2 grams of dietary fiber and 280 mg of Omega-3, so these crackers are an excellent source of dietary fiber and Omega-3.

Crunchmaster Multi-seed Gluten-Free Crackers (Oven Baked)I also really love the resealable bag that they come in, which helps to keep them fresh after you open them.

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Each cracker is shaped like a hexagon, which happens to be perfectly suited for adding your favorite toppings like cheese, dips, lunch meats or veggies.  I would recommend these crackers to anyone who is looking for a healthy, gluten-free snack, or as a healthy addition to your child’s school lunch.  They would also be a hit at any party or gathering, especially when combined with your favorite dips and toppings.

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Lynn Reynolds
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01 Apr 2010 10:26:53 AM PDT
I picked up both the sweet onion and the roasted garlic. They are both very tasty. You would not know they were gluten-free. I recommend to anyone.

 
Joyce Raatz
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01 Apr 2010 4:44:38 PM PDT
I found these in my local store and bought them, they are great I love the taste!! I have not had anything as good as these & can't wait to taste the other flavors :)

 
Barbara Kessler
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02 Apr 2010 4:38:00 AM PDT
These crackers are truly excellent. I am gluten intolerant and was introduced to them by my daughter who is not. They are available at our local store in a large box of two bags. Although these bags are not resealable, the price is very reasonable. I would recommend them to anyone, even those not gluten intolerant. Enjoy!!!




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