I love new snack products – particularly when they are made by Pepperidge Farm. This time, I ventured into new territory. Kellogg’s created Special K Cracker Chips to compete with styrofoam cakes, alias rice cakes. They are much better, when that is the comparison. But when compared to Pepperidge Farm’s Baked Naturals, they are a faint shadow of snack goodness.
They are nicely crunchy, but the flavor is a bit weird. I only tried cheddar, but I’m not willing to buy the other flavors. The texture was not outstanding. I thought the price was a bit high: $3.79, which is a lot for just 4 ounces of snacks. Thus my my decision to not explore further flavors.
My wife likes these two aspects – they are low calorie and are pretty much gluten-free.
One Reply to “Review: Special K Cracker Chips”
Food products in general seem more expensive. This was predicted when corn crops were lost to the drought last year (corn being a “secret” ingredient in so many of the things we consume — corn starch, corn syrup, etc.).
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