crackers (104)
Sort by

2016 08 31 11.13.11

Annie's Bernie's Farm Cheddar Crackers: This bagged version of the original cheddar bunnies includes an assortment of farm-shaped crackers dyed in shades of orange, purple, red, and yellow (colored from fruit vegetable extracts like beet and blueberry). The crackers are generally flatter than the normal bunny crackers and seem more dense and less crispy. On the whole, I prefer the original bunny-shaped crackers. 2.5/5.0

annies bernie's farm cheddar crackers 2.5
2016 08 18 00.18.28

Pepperidge Farm Pizza flavored Goldfish: I stopped buying regular cheddar Goldfish after I found they got really salty a few years ago, but I was at a grocery store with few snack options and realized I hadn't had pizza Goldfish in a long time. Overall, I find them less salty than the cheddar ones, and they have a zesty tomato flavor similar to a mild form of Totino's pizza rolls (which I love, by the way). Probably the best of the original, non-xtra flavored Goldfish crackers. 3.0/5.0

crackers pepperidgefarm pizza flavored goldfish 3.0
2016 08 06 15.05.05

Befco Nori-flavored Bakauke Rice Crackers: This is my first time eating Bakauke, a Japanese rice snack with a glazed exterior and oblong shape. The type I purchased from Hmart was flavored with soy sauce and nori. While the seaweed flavor was distinctive, the soy sauce was overpowering and made the crackers salty overall. 2.5/5.0

hmart japanese ricecrackers befco nori-flavored bakauke rice crackers 2.5
2016 08 11 11.16.57

Late July Organic Mini Cheddar Cheese Crackers: This organic take on a classic snack suffers from the same flaws as Ritz: the crackers are over salted, and the serving size is too small. I don't see how it's possible to eat 13 mini crackers and not feel more hungry after the fact. Not recommended, especially considering the premium for an organic product. 2.0/5.0

cheese latejuly organic mini cheddar crackers 2.0
2016 07 18 19.05.36

Lotus Foods Shoyu Arare Rice Crackers: Purchased from Whole Foods, this is the second flavor of rice crackers I've tried from the Lotus Foods brand. The product is made with whole grain brown and black rice "sourced from small family farms" (very Whole-Foods-marketing friendly). The rice crackers themselves are more hearty than most and have a distinct soy flavor. Nonetheless, I do prefer the Thai-flavored crackers I previously purchased, and I also prefer rice crackers with a more diverse set of textures and flavors. 3.0/5.0

wholefoods lotusfoods shoyu arare rice crackers 3.0
13391150 253769008336434 610999251 n

Haitai honey cheese snack: This snack was an impulse buy solely based on the unique honey and cheese flavor; I honestly didn't look closely at what exactly it was, so I was surprised to find four individual snack packs containing biscuit sticks that resemble coating-less pocky or salt-less pretzel sticks. The sweet flavor has a distinct funky undertone, which, according to the ingredients list, may come from cream cheese. It had a dessert-like vibe but also a savory bite. It's actually fairly good and definitely a fla... (read more) 3.0/5.0

haitai korean cheese honey bizarre hmart 3.0 biscuit creamcheese crackers snack