Toss out those tortilla chips because when you replace them with Nabisco Triscuit Thin Crisps you will never miss them. I can sum up the Triscuit Thin Crisps in just a few flavorful words: layered, crispy and somehow slightly buttery (without any added butter)! Dip them in salsa and they may actually pass for a tortilla chip substitute. However, I dipped them in hummus, which is another good alternative. By the way, for now, there is a coupon on the back of the box for $0.55 off of Athenos Hummus - read our review). But, forget the dip; these crisps can definitely stand alone! Nabisco said it best, "Crunch to your health."
Usually, I am reluctant to try many crunchy snacks because they contain partially hydrogenated oil (which is just code for trans fat). Therefore, I end up buying organic or health products at a slightly higher price. Well, Nabisco has found out how to make a stunning product at a great price! Not only is there no partially hydrogenated oil, but the ingredient list contains a mere four ingredients: whole wheat, soybean oil, salt, and monoglycerides. Furthermore, I paid about $2.50 for this 8.5oz box and feel that it was worth every penny!
One serving of Nabisco Triscuit Thin Crisps is 15 crackers (30 grams) which provides 130 calories, 8% of the daily value of total fat, 8% of the DV for sodium, 12% of the DV for fiber and no sugar. The ingredients are simply, whole wheat. soybean and or palm oil and salt.
Beware, there are 8 servings per box and if you are not careful, you will have eaten through half the box before you realize it! (They are just that good!)