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Best Tasting Crackers

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Sep 9, 2009
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Best Tasting Crackers

I host parties frequently and wanted to know what are some of the best tasting crackers.

One of our family's favourites is the Keebler Town House Original Crackers.

I think it is about $2 a box when it is on sale.
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I like Mary's Crackers but they are more expensive than lots of others
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Just regular crackers or any?

Asian store has these sweet crackers and they taste insane, could eat a box in a sitting easy

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If it’s just regular saltine crackers, nothing beats the packs of crackers you get when you buy soup somewhere. Not sure if it’s Zesta brand or premium plus
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Feb 22, 2016
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Worth a look:



Call me boring but I grew up on Premium Plus. I definitely prefer the Canadian version (crispier/lighter/flakier) vs how they're made in the USA.

If I'm having more expensive cheese, gotta have Carr's from the UK.
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I think they changed how they make the Christies's Premium Plus saltines...they are no longer light and flaky. I bought the large box from Costco...so not sure if they are made in the same place as the smaller boxes from other grocery stores. I have since switched to President's Choice saltines...they are like the old Premium Plus and are individually portioned so keep fresh longer. They are imported from Italy and if you have PCO, you will likely get offers for PC crackers (I have, anyway).
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From this and the cookie thread made so close, I'm questioning OP's actual party hosting frequency.
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Mars2012 wrote: I think they changed how they make the Christies's Premium Plus saltines...they are no longer light and flaky. I bought the large box from Costco...so not sure if they are made in the same place as the smaller boxes from other grocery stores. I have since switched to President's Choice saltines...they are like the old Premium Plus and are individually portioned so keep fresh longer. They are imported from Italy and if you have PCO, you will likely get offers for PC crackers (I have, anyway).
The premium plus ones at Walmart taste just as bad. They’re more thick, bland, less salty, more dry

The only good ones are the individual packed premium plus crackers
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No Frills wrote: From this and the cookie thread made so close, I'm questioning OP's actual party hosting frequency.
You’re right, they forgot the cheese
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Jul 19, 2019
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Vinta crackers. These are the bomb dot com; tastes amazing on its own, even better with some toppings. You can usually find it in a cracker variety bundle at costco, or you can buy them individually at your local grocery store (occaisionally goes on sale for about $2).
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lambtronz wrote: Vinta crackers. These are the bomb dot com; tastes amazing on its own, even better with some toppings. You can usually find it in a cracker variety bundle at costco, or you can buy them individually at your local grocery store (occaisionally goes on sale for about $2).
I love Vinta crackers. Sometimes I take them to work to snack on.
That's my 2cents worth

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