iHerb Customer Reviews
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A healthy snack
Posted by Reviewer1712525 on Jan 16, 2012
These rice thins are just so crunchy and morish, once i open the package they're gone in a minute! It's good to know they are so healthy~
Posted by Reviewer1365549 on Nov 09, 2012
great product, low calories better than bread, gluten free
Good Wholegrain RiceThins! Great Topped with Peanut Butter.
Posted by BeckySue on Mar 13, 2015
This product has everything that you would expect in a rice thin. Since they are so thin they break easily. These rice thins don't have much flavor but that is true of all rice cakes. They are good with most any kind of topping. I put the Chantaine preserves on mine and they were very good. Iherb sells many of the Chantaine preserves. Since these are so thin they only have 23 calories per slice. It is nice that they are fat free and gluten-free too. Sometimes I use these instead of bread. These are a good Rice Thin that I would buy again.
Posted by 5696970287247393925 on Oct 08, 2013
Posted by 5061411838968749330 on May 25, 2014
The rice cakes are thin, so it's a good replacement for toast in the morning. almond butter and jam on the rice thin makes a great snack.
Rice Thins Rich Cakes
Posted by 5597452761836526346 on Mar 16, 2015
I love these but they are hard top find and there are not many Rice cakes that are corn free,
Good Alternative to Cooked Rice
Posted by RubiesHealth on Jun 16, 2015
This is so useful when I go yeast-free and gluten-free and cannot find time to cook brown rice. It can be eaten with butter, as a sandwich, with a soup or any main meat dish. It is very crisp when you first open the pack. After a while it does turn soft. Re-heat it lightly over a pan or toaster and it will become crisp again. Lundberg Rice Cakes are thicker and less crisp. Real Foods also make Corn Thins that taste like movie pop corns when you eat them with butter!
Posted by Reviewer1755857 on Dec 16, 2011
the thinner, low carb rice cakes are flavor neutral so you can use them with anything from tuna to peanut butter to cottage cheese. I sometimes use them in place of gluten free bread for a sandwich. they are also good for dipping or melting cheese on them
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