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May 22, 2011

Review: Nabisco - Ritz Multigrain Garlic Herb Crackerfuls

New Ritz Multigrain Garlic Herb Crackerfuls feature 6 individually wrapped filled crackers for easy packing and snacking. Each filled cracker consists of two long rectangular multigrain crackers filled with a garlic herb cream-cheese-based filling.

I found these retailing at a local supermarket for $3.89 or around $2 on sale.

They're made with real cheese and feature 8g of whole grain per serving.
I would much prefer these if they were just garlic herb cream cheese rather than cream cheese based but then it would have to be refrigerated. Still, the texture is softer and not as powdery as Ritz Bits though there is still a little graininess to the filling.

I'm not actually sure why these crackers are under the Ritz brand at all as the crackers have more in common with Wheat Thins than with Ritz. They have that nutty multigrain flavor with a slight sweetness.
The overall effect is pleasant and while I wouldn't turn my nose at eating these, I wouldn't seek them either.

Nutritional Info - Ritz Multigrain Garlic Herb Crackerfuls - 1 pack (28g)
Calories - 130 (from Fat - 60)
Fat - 7g (Saturated Fat - 2g)
Sodium - 200mg
Carbs - 17g (Sugar - 3g)
Protein - 2g


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4 comments :

  1. They're good, but overpriced at the regular price. I like the cheddar ones the best. The 4-cheese is ok too.

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  2. I like Handisnacks better though.

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  3. That's not a bad point. Although handisnacks require more effort, especially the ones where you actually spread the cheese on the cracker. And those are the best ones, the bread sticks you dip in the cheese are a little inferior taste-wise.

    Yea, I get it's not much effort. But this is a fast food blog. I like it as easy as possible!! :)

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  4. Haha fair enough but with Handisnacks you can put as much or as little "cheese" as you want!

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