Skinny Crisps

Skinny Crisps

Skinny Crisps-

When I was in New York a few weeks ago, I came across these awesome crackers called Skinny Crisps. They are low-carb and gluten-free and my family loves them as much as I do! They are the perfect kind of item for a healthy diet. I can order them online because I cannot get them in my local organic store. They are starting to branch out and send their product to more stores. I follow their brand on Facebook and they post when their crackers are available in a new location.

Their office is stationed in Boulder, CO and is made in a fully gluten free facility. They make eight different kinds of crackers. My favorite is the “Whole Shebang” with garlic, onion, poppy seeds, fennel seeds and sesame seeds. My daughter likes the Brownie Crisps but their other sweet cracker called Cinnamon Crisps are their best selling crackers. I like this product because they have ingredients such as chickpea flour, almond flour and flax meal. I also love the use of fennel seeds, which are great for digestion. They are filling, crunchy, and super healthy – full of fiber, gluten free (without rice and tapioca starch), and low calorie. This is a great snack and perfect for when you are in the mood for something crunchy.

One of the best things about the company is that they think about their brand in the means of their customers’ health needs: “Our Skinny Crisps are ideal for those with celiac disease, autism, diabetes and low carb dieters, or just about anyone who enjoys a great cracker which is not only tasty, but healthy and nutritious.  The high fiber content provides satisfaction with just a few crackers. To control hunger cravings, just have three or four crackers with some coffee or tea and you may find that your hunger will subside in a few minutes.” While these are not raw crackers, they are light and a less expensive option for this of you who find yourself in a pinch and need something healthy on the go or like to keep them at work for the 4 o’clock lull or in the car fir busy Moms who are on the run.

The bags of crackers are $5.99 each and if you’re ordering online, shipping costs extra. Check them out on Facebook or on their website to see the information for yourself!

 

 

 

 

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