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Kashi TLC Party Crackers

It may come as no surprise that Kashi is one of my favorite food companies. It has a reputation for making wholesome food that's healthy and full of taste. I love its cereals, waffles, chewy granola bars, yummy frozen entrees, and frozen pizzas – just to name a few!

I'm also a fan of Kashi's TLC Snack Crackers, so when I saw these new TLC Party Crackers, I had to try them.

I picked up a box of the Roasted Rosemary & Thyme flavor and they are outstanding. They have a really robust aroma and the taste to match, plus these crackers are much bigger than your average size cracker (they're 2 1/2" x 2 1/4"). I loved that they are thick and sturdy, which means you can stack a whole lot of yummy stuff on top (although they taste perfect on their own). When you open the package, the 24 crackers are in a tiny tray so they're perfectly protected, and look just like the picture on the box.

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Serving Size 4 crackers
Calories 130
Total Fat 4.5g
Saturated Fat .5g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 140mg
Carbs 18g
Fiber 3g
Sugar 2g
Protein 3g

What a delicious way to get 4g of fiber and 3g of protein with only 130 calories. These Kashi Party Crackers are made with their signature seven whole grains and sesame, but like all Kashi's products, they don't taste healthy at all. The savory herbs and spices, and crunchy texture make this cracker so unique, they're sure to be a hit at your next party.

Kashi makes two other flavors as well - Mediterranean Bruschetta and Stoneground 7 Grain. I found these in the health food section at my regular grocery store, but if you can't find them there, check your local health food store.

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Spectra Spectra 8 years
I don't typically eat crackers, but next time I throw a little get-together, I'll make some dip and serve it with these. They sound pretty yummy.
tigra tigra 8 years
I LOVE KASHI! i had a bowl of vanilla go lean oatmeal for lunch but i haven't tried these yet.
nicachica nicachica 8 years
hmmm...gotta try some of these! Fit, are you sure this isn't a Kashi-sponsored post? You definitely have a love affair with them and should be paid for all your endorsements! lol... ;)
nicachica nicachica 8 years
hmmm...gotta try some of these! Fit, are you sure this isn't a Kashi-sponsored post? You definitely have a love affair with them and should be paid for all your endorsements! lol... ;)
anned anned 8 years
haven't tried these, but I love the cheddar ones. they taste better than cheez-its. yeah, I said it. but I am serious! I try to switch out my boyfriend's unhealthy habits with good ones, and the kashi cheddar crackers have stuck!
silver4 silver4 8 years
I tried the Mediterranean Bruschetta flavor as well, and I had very mixed feelings about it. On the one hand, they do stand up well to toppings (hummus, tomatoes, cucumber...) But they taste very cardboard-y, and there's a kind of yucky aftertaste. On the other hand, I'm certainly not tempted to eat more than the serving size ; ) I LOVE Kashi in general; just not these crackers. P.S. Simple Harvest hot cereal by Quaker is ab fab... whole grain yumminess.. now that it's getting colder you should review it, Fit- nothing more important than a hearty breakfast!
silver4 silver4 8 years
I tried the Mediterranean Bruschetta flavor as well, and I had very mixed feelings about it. On the one hand, they do stand up well to toppings (hummus, tomatoes, cucumber...) But they taste very cardboard-y, and there's a kind of yucky aftertaste.On the other hand, I'm certainly not tempted to eat more than the serving size ; ) I LOVE Kashi in general; just not these crackers.P.S. Simple Harvest hot cereal by Quaker is ab fab... whole grain yumminess.. now that it's getting colder you should review it, Fit- nothing more important than a hearty breakfast!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Hmmm maybe, not sure if I'd like these.
chatnoir chatnoir 8 years
I am a huge fan of Kashi. I wouldn't eat these on a daily basis, but when my folks come over maybe. Yummy with Hummus. Crackers are 'event' items in our house. Thanks Kashi so we don't have to eat lard ones!
alannahbean alannahbean 8 years
this may sound bizarre, but i've formed an addiction to the bruschetta flavored crackers - i dip them in nf cottage cheese, and it's a scrumptious snack at my desk! don't fear them, everyone!
marygrace marygrace 8 years
i agree with ley. they look pretty good, but i'd rather snack on something more nutritious. even if the crackers are made by kashi, they still sort of feel like empty calories.. and i want to save my empty calories for really yummy treats like ice cream or cookies, or both...
ley ley 8 years
I dunno.. haven't had a cracker in the longest time. Is 4 crackers really that filling? For 130 cals.. I'd rather have an apple
superfoxml superfoxml 8 years
I like the idea of these crackers and adore Kashi products, but I'm going to steer clear of the bruschetta ones-thanks for the tip aanyanka!
aanyanka aanyanka 8 years
I bought a box of the Mediterranean Bruschetta flavour a couple of days ago and they taste terrible. They have a great texture and they taste like they could almost be good with a little more of something (not sure what), but I just couldn't eat them. I haven't tried the other varieties and I don't think I will. The Mediterranean Bruschetta put me off.
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