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Crunchmaster Cheezy Crisps are Great Gluten-free Snacks

Crunchmaster Cheezy Crisps are Great Gluten-free SnacksI recently tried Crunchmaster's Cheezy Crisps, which are little triangle-shaped gluten-free cheese-flavored rice crackers, and I must say that it was hard to put them down! This is the type of snack where one serving size may as well just be "one box" because it is that difficult to stop eating them.

The first thing you notice when you put one in your mouth is the taste of real cheddar cheese, which always goes great with crackers. They taste almost like you are eating a piece of baked cheddar cheese, which reminds me of the fact that the crackers are baked and not fried, so they are healthier than some alternative cheese snacks that are on the market. I also like the fact that they use 100% whole grain corn and brown rice flour as the base of these crackers, and there is 22g of whole grain per serving (which means that I almost had 88g of fiber!).

Overall I think these crackers would be a good addition to any party, or just to have around for your kids or yourself--just make sure you don't eat the whole box!

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