iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.83 (20% off)
Big low-calorie crackers
Posted by Reviewer1682184 on Sep 21, 2012
I like these, but be aware they are fairly hard as far as crackers go. They're not difficult to eat because they have a lot of air, which must be how they minimize calories in such large crackers. (I'm comparing them to the rye crackers I used to eat.) I prefer the Organ crackers with quinoa to the ones without, since they taste a little saltier somehow and go better with savory things.
Weird looking but good
Posted by Reviewer2242883 on Jan 13, 2012
These don't look like the package (maybe an albino version of the ones in the photo). They're not bad at all in flavor though and go with cheese nicely. I do with there were more actual seeds or grains or something in them (they're pretty homogeneous), but I'll definitely order them again.
Posted by Reviewer2418819 on Apr 22, 2012
Family that was gluten free had these and we loved them , so when I found out I needed to go gluten free, these were the first crackers I ordered! Love the light crispy, low salt crunch. They go with so many toppings from hummus, to cream cheese and cukes, to egg salad, to pesto and cold roasted veggies. They are a staple now in our house.
Posted by 5007046369115390319 on Jun 11, 2013
Too hard, dry, and bland. I messed my teeth up trying to eat these. I will not purchase these again.
Love this with sunbutter
Posted by 5683626811670694210 on Sep 05, 2014
My son loves this to go with sunbutter
Like the picture, great test
Posted by 5365461610476477239 on Mar 25, 2015
Fresh and good
Good stuff for the gluten-free diet
Posted by Reviewer1819146 on Apr 16, 2012
I really like this crispibread, especially when one adds sun butter.
good for breakfast
Posted by 4662351496679449861 on Jan 07, 2015
I usually eat this with eggs or humus, and it's great for a simple meal.
Posted by Reviewer1922848 on Jun 17, 2011
Crisp and light, no sugar. Really good gluten free alternative.
Posted by juliaheis on Feb 28, 2012
This is very good.