Review: Crunchmaster’s New Crackers
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Apr 10 2011

Review: Crunchmaster’s New Crackers

Crunchmaster probably makes one of the best, if not the best, gluten-free crackers that I have tasted since starting the gluten-free diet.  Their original cracker, the Multi-Seed Cracker, was a huge hit when I served it with a cheese spread at a get together last year.  Now there are a couple of new versions of the Crunchmaster crackers. I have had the opportunity to sample & review the new Multi-Grain Crisps and the Multi-Grain Crackers (Sea Salt).

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The Multi-Grain Crisps come in only the original flavor right now.  They are a smaller version of the original cracker and taste virtually the same when sampled side-by-side, though maybe a little crispier.

  • All Natural
  • 100% Whole Grain
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Certified Gluten Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Vegan/Dairy Free

The Multi-Grain Crackers are larger, square shaped cracker.   These crackers are available in Sea Salt & Five Seed.  We sampled the Sea Salt variety and loved them!  I really like the subtle touch the sea salt adds to the cracker.   The benefit of these crackers is they can be used as a base for spreads & toppings a little easier, as they are bigger than the crisps.

  • All Natural
  • 100% Whole Grain
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Certified Gluten Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Vegan/Dairy Free

All of the Crunchmaster crackers are certified Gluten-Free by the GFCO.  Read more about Crunchmaster below:

Our crackers are made in the USA at our baking facility in Loves Park, IL using only the highest quality ingredients.

We use only pure, GMO-free, California grown rice. The sesame seeds used in our products are grown in the U.S. with a special hybrid that was developed to fit the climate in Texas and Oklahoma. Our quinoa and amaranth seeds are sourced from the Andean region in South America. And our flax seeds are grown in the plains of the upper Midwest and Canada.

Each of these seeds are known for their unique, nutritional benefits. Quinoa is sometimes called the “mother of all grains,” since it contains a balanced set of essential amino acids for humans, making it an unusually complete food. Several studies have shown that amaranth seed, like oats, may be of benefit for those with hypertension and cardiovascular disease. Studies have shown that among other benefits, the sesamin in sesame can lower total and LDL cholesterol and raise tocopherol levels. Flax seeds contain high levels of lignans and Omega-3 fatty acids and may help lower your cholesterol levels.

It’s not so much what’s inside our crackers as what’s not inside. At Crunchmaster, we believe in keeping our products simple and real. We don’t put in any artificial flavors, preservatives or other icky stuff.
Our products are only made with all natural ingredients like pure, California grown rice, sesame, quinoa, amaranth and flax seeds.

Crunchmaster crackers can be purchased online or in stores across the U.S.  Click here to find the store nearest you and here for a coupon for Crunchmaster crackers.

***The crackers reviewed in this post were sent to me free of charge by Crunchmaster.  The opinions stated in this post are mine and have not been influenced by anyone or anything.

Article Written by:

Kimberly Bouldin is a gluten-free wife, runner & blogger with two children in Columbus, Ohio. After her celiac diagnosis in 2006, she has made it her mission to embrace an entirely new approach to nutrition in a gluten-free world, exploring options that run the gamut from "made from scratch" homemade bread to sampling and reviewing the gluten-free prepared foods that are continuously being introduced to the market. While navigating the waters of becoming gluten-free, Kim shares her experiences and passes along valuable product reviews in addition to helping other moms of celiac kids develop healthy menus that are kid-friendly and palatable. Kimberly is a valuable resource for those who are newly diagnosed, as well as for the more seasoned gluten-free veterans. Follow Kim on Twitter!

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  • Kathleen Connors

    Hooray! Looks like the multi grain crackers DON”T have soy sauce like the other varieties, so I can eat them. Can’t wait to get my hands on some!