Thank you all for your suggestions! I will be headed to the store ! Thank you again!
1/17/13 11:43 A
I like reduced fat Triscuits. When I was first starting out on Spark, I didn't like whole wheat bread and figured some kind of crackers would be better. I bought a package of (I think it was) whole grain or multi-grain Wasa. omg. Not quite bad enough to justify throwing them away, but they were not good either. I'd eat one or two every day, and by the time I got through the entire package, whole wheat bread tasted FABULOUS.
If you like Triscuits, I'd say they're a good choice.
I like seasoned Rye-Krisp. One serving is 60 calories and has 2 grams of fiber and 2 grams of protein. If you have them with Laughing Cow Lite Garlic & Herb cheese, you have a 95-calorie snack that tastes pretty good.
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1/17/13 10:44 A
Triscuits only have about 4 ingredients, the main one being whole wheat. That's about as nutritious as you're going to get for crackers, IMO.
1/17/13 10:31 A
You might try Wasa Crisp-n-Light (60 calories for three larger-sized crackers) but top them with something as they are bland, but nice and crisp and crunchy.
Also rice crackers. I think you can have 16 of them for 110 calories. Half of that usually is good for me with some peanut butter or jam on them.
Can someone give me a name of nutritious crackers that are not too high in sugar, carbs, and can provide fiber? I was going to buy triscuits yesterday, but was hesitant. I am trying to expand snack list. Every now and then I like peanut butter and crackers and thought perhaps someone could give me a good suggestion on what type of crackers to buy.
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