Graham Crackers rock my World, but the partially hydrgenated oils found in some brands like Honey Maid, have left me looking for other alternatives. I usually opt for an "all natural" alternative, and after discovering Annie's All Natural Honey Bunny Grahams, I also realized that my graham cracker fix" could come in lots of different forms - graham bunnies, and now graham cracker sticks courtesy of Back to Nature Honey Graham Sticks.
The element that is most intriguing about Back to Nature Honey Graham Sticks is that one serving is 14 sticks that are the length of a long ice cube (that means longer snacking time!). They taste exactly like a graham cracker should - sweet, but not too sweet, with a nice crunch and light honey after taste. Each stick has a thin layer of sugar over the top that does not add much to the mouth feel, but does add a special element to the appearance.
Each box of Back to Nature Honey Graham Sticks contains 7 serving (31 grams each) which provides 130 calories, 2.5 grams of fat (4% of the RDA), no saturated fat, 160 mg of sodium (7% of the RDA), less than 1 gram of fiber (3% of the RDA), 11 grams of sugar and 2 grams of protein. The ingredient list is simple with no partially hydrogenated oils, artificial preservatives, flavors or colors. The only alteration that I would prefer is whole wheat flour. However, that would probably alter the taste, so I am content with the ingredients as they are!
I paid $2.29 for Back to Nature Honey Graham Sticks and I'm completely satisfied. If you prefer pre-portioned snacks, Back to Nature has got you covered, serving their graham sticks in mini packs as well. Whether you buy the box or the single serving packages, these graham sticks provide a delicious and wholesome alternative to the average graham cracker.