July 8, 2014

Giveaway: Certified Gluten-Free, Non-GMO and Made in the USA Crackers

If you think crackers are for the not-so-young ones, then think again. There's a revolutionary creation of natural crackers perfect for your family as a snack or for your guests as appetizer! Here's a sample of what I did to stir up the taste and make it presentable to our guests.
I used Crunchmaster 7 Ancient Grains. Yes, 7 grains - Brown Rice, Sorghum, Quinoa, Sesame, Millet, Flax and Amaranth packed in one. I sure have tasted at least three of those grains and I am familiar with one. These crunchy square crackers tastes like rice crackers, only better because it has six other grains with it. I can also taste the sesame seeds and the sea salt which added a twist to the cracker's taste. You can do a lot more with it like the ones shown below though it's also great to eat it on it's own.
As for crackers your kids (and you too) will like, Crunchmaster has prepared two irresistible flavors you can try:
Crunchmaster Cheezy Crisps
These triangular-shaped Cheezy Crisps is my daughter's new favorite snack! She won't stop saying "It's yummy, mommy!" while eating them. I tried to see for myself why she liked it. Then I discovered the crunchiness and the right amount of cheddar cheese mixed with the cracker most probably is the reason she got addicted to it. The size was also perfect for one (little) bite. The "Lip-Smackin' Good" labeled on the package is right, it indeed is! :)
Little and big hands enjoying the Cheezy Crisps!
I kind of started liking cinnamon but I haven't tasted it in crackers until I tried Crunchmaster Grammy Crisps. These crackers are, like the two mentioned above, oven-baked and low in sodium. Compared to the the Cheezy Crisps, this one is a bit more brown but still as crunchy, and it is powdered with cinnamon and sugar. I think this should also have the "Lip-Smackin' Good" label. One my my friends was able to try it too and she finished half of the pack! LOL! She really liked it and even asked me what Gluten-Free means. I told her I have been switching to these kind of food/diet. 
Dusted with sugar and cinnamon powder.
If you want to tray the delicious taste of the Crunchmaster flavors I reviewed, PLUS THREE OTHER FLAVORS, join the giveaway for a chance to win a sampler pack! Please click the Rafflecopter link below if it doesn't automatically show up. 
I was not paid nor required to do a review of the products mentioned above. I was given free samples to taste-test but everything was based on my honest opinion. 

17 comments :

  1. Would love to try the roasted garlic flavor!!

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  2. I want to try the white cheddar multi-grain crackers, the roasted garlic multi-seed crackers and the hint of sea salt seven ancient grains crackers.

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  3. Non-GMO products is best. Mukhang masarap naman.

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  4. I am a fan of anything crunchy! I am intrigued and wanted to have a taste of the 7 ancient grains crackers.

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  5. You remind me of my husband's eldest daughter who just flew back to Florida last night :-) She is a very health freak and this is perfect for her :-)

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  6. I'm sure my son will love the Cheezy Crisps because he's a certified cheese lover. Good luck to all who joined your giveaway.

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  7. I like the sea salt, white cheddar and original the best

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  8. The Edamame chips, graham chips and 7 ancient grains

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  9. I'd really like to try the Popped Edamame Chips, the Roasted Garlic Multi-Seed Crackers, and the
    Artisan Four Cheese Baked Rice Club Packs.

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  10. I would like to try the Wasabi Soy Popped Edamame Chips, Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain Crackers an the Rosemary & Olive Oil Multi-Seed Crackers.

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  11. This is the cracker that I'd like to crack soon if I could order a box of it.

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  12. I want to try the Wasabi Soy Popped Edamame Chips, the Rosemary & Olive Oil Multi-Seed Crackers an the Roasted Garlic Multi-Seed Crackers.

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  13. I like the Roasted Vegetable, Roasted Garlic Multi-Seed and Wasabi Soy Popped Edamame. Trying my luck :)

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  14. Roasted Vegetable, White cheddar, Roasted garlic multi-seed

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