I had heard many things about these Crunchmaster Cheezy Cheddar Crisps because they are supposed to be a pretty decent alternative for Cheez-It’s, while also allowing you to have 60 crisps in a serving, while offering 3 grams of fat per serving.
Unfortunately the Crunchmaster brand can be pretty hard to find. I had searched a few stores and came up empty handed. I then went onto the Crunchmaster website to search the brands store locator. Surprisingly enough it brought up a lot of the local grocery stores around me, so off on the hunt I went (again). Needless to say, my local stores sold the Crunchmaster brand, but it was not for the particular flavors I was hoping for. One day, while taking a quick grocery store run on my lunch break, after grabbing animal crackers for an Easter dessert, out of the corner of my eye, I spotted these on the shelf and immediately threw the box (as well as the graham which I have not tried yet) into my cart.
The texture of these crackers is far crispier than a Cheez-It. These definitely involve a good amount of chewing even though they are smaller in size. Seasoning wise it’s definitely there, it’s a nice cheddar flavor – not overwhelming, but not boring – so in my opinion perfect. And with a 60 crisp serving size? You can never go wrong with that!
Points Plus wise, 60 crisps are 3 points plus. I think these would cure someone’s crunchy, cheddary cracker craving – it did mine, which was appreciative.
Have you tried any of the Crunchmaster brand products?