Doctor Kracker is at it again.
Hot on the tails of their delicious high-fiber crispbreads (featured in a previous post here) comes a smaller, bite-sized snack, the Doctor Kracker Culinary Crisps.
I recently sampled the Asiago Cheese flavor – and if you like Asiago cheese, you’ll love these!
A 10-cracker serving gets you:
- 130 calories
- 2.5 g fat (0.5 g saturated)
- 170 mg sodium
- 23 g carbohydrate
- 2 g dietary fiber
- 4 g protein
The ingredient list is nice and clean too: water, organic whole wheat flour, durum flour, Asiago cheese, organic oats, tomato paste, organic flaxseeds, canola oil, sugar, sea salt, yeast, basil, rosemary.
The crisps are nice and thick, perfect for dipping, with a subtle and not-too-salty flavor profile.
In addition to their 2 g dietary fiber, these crunchy crackers also boast 17 g whole grain per serving. While they don’t bear the 100% Whole Grain Stamp from the Whole Grains Council, they do provide just over one-third of the 48 g whole grains the council recommends you eat each day.
You don’t want to get all of your whole grains from packaged snack foods – but if you do have a craving for a crunchy cheesy snack, these Doctor Kracker crisps are a pretty good option.