If I was real cheap I’d make these at home by myself. The instructions? Smash some almonds with a hammer, glue the beaten bits onto a tasty cracker, then chew. <—please don’t do that in real life.
So you’re getting the visual, right? Wheatables Nut Crisps are stoned-ground wheat crackers with a chunk-nutty infusion of nice sized almonds bits. The cracker is pretty dang good all by itself. It has the perfect touch of salt and a nice crunchy-crunch, but the roasted almonds bring it on home.
Too bad it’s a tease.
I want MORE infusion! MORE almonds! MORE nutty flavor! Either I’m being greedy or it could really use a tad more nuts? The strength of almond flavor is not consistent from cracker to cracker. Sometimes a bit faint; sometimes just right.
But behold. Nut Crisps are still flavor-dangerous because they encourage chain eating; sorta like chain smoking, except it’s non-stop food eating. Despite my insatiable demands for more nuts, I like these lots.
Wheatables Nut Crisps are definitely worth trying.
Nut Crisps Notes
- Price Paid: $3.49
- Serving Size: 16 crackers
- Calories Per Servings: 140
- Fat Calories: 60
- Total Fat: 6g
- Sodium: 230mg
- Carbs: 20g
- Fiber: 1g
- Sugars: 4g
- Protein: 3g
Reactions from the Taste Test Crew
Health-hater Husband: It’s alright. I can taste the almonds, but it’s nothing special.
Greedy Kid #2: Yeah, it’s good. The almonds in the cracker are a good idea.
Greedy Kid #3: I don’t want it ’cause I just ate grapes.
Yum UP! to: MORE nutty flavor. Please?
Yuck Down to: Chain smoking glue eaters.