Crackers always seems like a healthier alternative to chips and pretzels, but since many of them are made with nutrition-less enriched white flour and tons of sodium, they end up being just as bad. So when you're looking for crackers, you want to make sure they're made with whole-grain flour. I found these made by Doctor Kracker ($4.39). They're technically called "Flatbreads" because they're about the size of a slice of bread. They make a variety of flavors, but I decided to give the Seedlander a try.
To find out what I thought and see how many calories are in one of these 4-x-3.5-inch "krackers" then
Check out the nutritional info on these flatbreads. Talk about healthy.
The first ingredient is organic whole-grain spelt flour, so they have a slightly warm and sweet overall flavor. As you can see, they're covered in pumpkin, sesame, and poppy seeds , which gives these flatbreads a very unique taste and texture. They were delicious on their own, but even better with hummus spread on them. These krackers are thick enough to stack lots of toppings on, so just think of the endless snacking possibilities! Since they are so big, one was filling enough for a pre-workout snack, and with 3g of fiber and 4g of protein, they kept me full until dinner. I think these are my new favorite thing and I can't wait to try the four other kinds.