Before the new giveaway, here are the 2 winners to the Kathy’s Krackers Giveaway!!

# 15: Lo from Honey Nut Lo

#78: The Balance Broad

Congratulations ladies! I’ll be e-mailing you to get your addresses! ๐Ÿ™‚

And Now..

It’s your chance to win someย Doctor in the Kitchen Flax Crackers. Pay close attention!

Dr. in the Kitchen Flackers 3 angledFirst things First – a cruuucial review so you know what you’re getting yourself into!

Iโ€™ve been on a flax cracker trip lately and am just loving the flavor of the flaxseed AND the wonderful nutritional profile of flax crackers! Recently, I was sent 3 different flavors of Doctor in the Kitchen โ€œFlackersโ€ to sample and have to sayโ€ฆthese crackers are DEFINITELY right up my alley!

The stats:

  • These satisfying crackers come in 3 flavors: Savory, Dill, and Rosemary
  • Ingredients are simple, natural, and recognizable
  • Each bag contains around 16 crackers in 5oz boxes
  • Each serving = 3 crackers = ~100 calories
  • Texture = awesome!! All the crackers embody the very idea of a satisfying cracker that lies between hearty and light in terms of texture. They are crunchy, not crumbly and can hold up extremely well to any heavy condiments. Unlike Kathyโ€™s Krackers, these are thinner, composed of 4-5 layers of tightly-compressed flax seeds with herbs and spices intermingled throughout.

Flavor #1: Savory

Check out the website for nutritionals stats and full list of ingredients here.

Tastiness: 8.5/10. Excellent savory onion and garlic flavor that also packs a bit of a spicy punch. This flavor has a complexity to it that I enjoy. You get the nuttiness from the flax, but the seasonings added to the cracker come through extremely well โ€“ particularly the onions and garlic. They are not overly salty and taste wonderful by itself or with a mild soup like the black bean soup I had! Needless to say, the whole package disappeared within 2 meals. Uh Oh.

Flavor #2: Rosemary

Check out the website for nutritionals stats and full list of ingredients here.

Tastiness: 6/10. I can only take 2 slices before Iโ€™m overwhelmed with the rosemary flavor. Looking closely, you see a ton of dried rosemary herbs studded evenly throughout the entire cracker. Though I do enjoy rosemary in small doses, these crackers were made for the rosemary LOVER. However, the cracker has great crunch and a hearty, nutty savory undertone that I really enjoy as long as I donโ€™t have more than 2.

Flavor #3: Dill

Check out the website for nutritionals stats and full list of ingredients here.

Tastiness: 7.5/10. Call me biased, but I can enjoy dill in larger doses than rosemary. Thus, this dill cracker was really tasty to me. It is very much like the savory cracker, except it has a much higher concentration of dill. If you look closely, you can see all the green specks of dill baked into the crackers. There is definitely a spicy kick to the cracker and I enjoyed the presence of the herbs in conjunction with the regular flavors of the savory cracker.

Price: ~$6.60 per box at Whole Foods

My Cost: Complimentary from Dr. in the Kitchen

Your Cost: Possibly FREE if you enter the giveaway!!!!

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Doctor in the Kitchen will give…

2 readers (double the chance of winning)

ALL 3 varieties of crackers!

Yes, that means 3 boxes of flax seed crackers!!!

Dr in the Kitchen Flackers straight

To Do:

Each will count as 1 entry!

  • Leave a comment stating 1 interesting thing you learned from the Doctor in the Kitchen website!
  • Leave a second comment stating HOW my product reviews can be improved for your benefit!
  • Follow me on Twitter @ LuckyTasteBuds! (Let me know when you do)
  • Tweet this giveaway and include the link back to this post!
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Contest Ends Saturday November 21st (a special day) at 12:01am!

You don’t need a blog to enter. ๐Ÿ™‚

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