I stumbled upon Kellogg's All-Bran Multigrain Crackers touting 5 grams of fiber right on the front of the box. Ever in search of a snack with added nutritional benefits, I decided to give these a shot. They are described as, "flavorful crackers with a light, crispy texture, filled with the goodness of wholesome grains ... a deliciously simple way to get the fiber you want." Soup was on the agenda for lunch, so I portioned myself an 18-cracker serving, spread a few crackers with some light cream cheese as well as ate a few by themselves.
The superman-cape-shaped cracker were pretty much as I expected - crispy, hearty, though surprisingly sweet and cinnamony. Don't get me wrong, these aren't as strong as Cinnamon Wheat Thins, but I was a little surprised since nothing on the front of the packaging indicates that these are going to taste like cinnamon toast. They went really well with cream cheese and didn't leave me wandering back to the box, as they were quite filling.
An 18 cracker serving of Kellogg's All-Bran Multi-Grain Crackers provides 130 calories, 9% of the daily value for total fat (5% for saturated fat), 10% of the DV for sodium, 5 grams of fiber, 4 grams of sugars and 2 grams of protein.
The ingredient list is long but mostly wholesome, starts with whole wheat flour as the first ingredient and sugar and corn syrup are the sweeteners used. I paid $3.49 for a 10 ounce box and would probably get these again. Plus I wouldn't mind trying the Garlic Herb variety - it sounds like one of those combinations that people scoff at, like Sour Cream & Onion, but in reality taste pretty good! Are there any weird flavor combinations of crackers or chips that you like?