Crunchy and flavorful but more like a chip than a cracker!
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Today I’m reviewing the Costco RW Garcia Lentil with Tumeric Crackers! You can find this product at Costco near the front of the store by the other crackers.
These aren’t cheap! I paid $12.79 Canadian for the 850 gram box of RW Garcia Lentil Tumeric Crackers.
There’s two 425 gram bags of “crackers” in the box. Each These are convenient to have alone as a snack, with dip, cheese or meat. You could probably even use them to make nachos because they kind of remind me of a tortilla chip! I wish the bags of crackers were resealable, that would make them more convenient. The best before date is about six months from the date we purchased the crackers.
16 crackers is 130 calories, seven grams of fat, 110 mg of sodium, 14 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of sugar, three grams of protein and two grams of fibre. These are organic as well as gluten-free!
The box says these are a cracker but in my opinion they’re more like a tortilla chip. They’re crunchy, flavorful and have a hint of tumeric flavor and you can taste the slightest bit of lentil as well. They’ve got three different seeds in the crackers, chia seeds, sesame seeds and flaxseeds. They’re slightly sweet tasting and pretty addictive! In my opinion these are more of a chip than a cracker and taste similar to some flavored tortilla chips I’ve had in the past. They taste similar to the RW Garcia Sweet Potato Crackers from Costco.
These are great if you’re looking for a gluten-free, organic cracker/chip to serve with some cheese, dips or just snack on alone! I probably won’t repurchase them, I can buy a big bag of similar tasting tortilla chips for less money!
Cost: 6/10 (a little overpriced in my opinion)
Convenience: 9.5/10 (I wish the bags resealed after opening)
Have you had these before? Would you also agree they’re more like a chip than a cracker?