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MEG-NATALIA07 Posts: 679
1/23/13 7:51 P

Mary's Gone Crackers, rice crackers, Wasa....

TEDDIANGEL SparkPoints: (14,300)
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1/23/13 7:50 P

It probably doesn't count as a cracker, but it's "crisp" like one! I love WASA Light Rye Crispbread. It's a good low cal filler between meals. It also reminds me of growing up with Swedish food, etc.

CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (59,862)
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1/23/13 7:28 P

triscuts!

My RD actually gave them a stellar recommendation as far as crackers go.

BANDOMOM1 SparkPoints: (3,254)
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1/23/13 4:18 P

Kellogs Multi Grain crackers. Yummy

BESCATS SparkPoints: (174,166)
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1/23/13 4:04 P

Online Now  • ))
I love Triscuits, especially the rye and rosemary, but I try not to eat them often.
Once I start, I can't stop !!

KRISTEN_SAYS SparkPoints: (73,543)
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1/23/13 4:01 P

I love Wheat Thins (a little too much). They taste great with Laughing Cow cheese but of course they're not as nutritious as vegetables.

LUCKINLOVE Posts: 216
1/23/13 3:52 P

If you want a low fiber cracker, I like Ritz Hint of Salt. For higher fiber, Kashi is a good choice that doesn't taste too bad...look for whole wheat as the first ingredient.

BERTA6978 SparkPoints: (40,557)
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1/23/13 3:50 P

I'm getting tired of eating my Laughing Cow cheese with vegetables and would like a bit of a change. Does anyone eat crackers? If so, what kind do you eat. emoticon

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