Iateapie.net

Snyder's of Hanover Peanut Butter Pretzel Sandwich Review

Reviewed by Tanya Jackson | Mar 23, 2010
Rating:

Snyder's of Hanover Peanut Butter Pretzel SandwichWe cannot get enough of Snyder's of Hanover products here at Iateapie.net! We have already raved about Veggie Crisps and Sunflower Chips, so when I saw Snyder's of Hanover Peanut Butter Pretzel Sandwich on my supermarket shelves, I decided to give it a go. Snyder's doesn't advertise these products as "natural" but the ingredients are simply, unbleached wheat flour, peanuts, water, sugar, malt, monoglycerides, canola oil, salt, yeast and soda - no hydrogenated oils.

NUTRITION FACTS
Serving Size: 28 grams
Calories: 140
Total Fat: 7 grams, 11%
Saturated Fat: 2 grams, 10%
Sodium: 140 mg, 6%
Protein: 2 grams
Carbohydrates: 16 grams
Fiber: < 1 gram, 3%
Sugar: 2 grams
Protein: 4 grams

I decided to pay $3.99 for the 8 pack of 1 ounce bags instead of purchasing the bigger bag because I knew that the portion control would be needed when it came to the irresistible combo that was before me. I had high hopes for these little snack packs, but was sort of let down.

The pretzels are glossy, unsalted little waffle shaped circles, no bigger than a quarter with a pretty thin layer of peanut butter sandwiched between. At first you can barely taste the peanut butter, and since the pretzel is unsalted, it means there is not much flavor action going on when you first started eating these, but as the bite is coming to an end, you begin to experience that "stick to the roof of your mouth" peanut butter experience and distinct flavor profile. So it doesn't start out that great, but it ends up ... okay.

A 1 ounce serving of Snyder's of Hanover Peanut Butter Pretzel Sandwich (10 little sandwiches) provides 140 calories, 10% of the daily value for total & saturated fat, 6% of the DV for sodium, less than 1 gram of fiber, 2 grams of sugar and 4 grams of protein.

This is a much better alternative to those cheap 6 pack peanut butter sandwich crackers that are characteristic of a vending machine snack, but Good Health Peanut Butter Filled Pretzels has less saturated fat per serving, and tastes better, so that would be my preferred option.

Rating
Taste: 4
Nutrition: 4
Price: 4
Overall: 4
- Help us spread the word -

Share this on Twitter Share this on StumbleUpon Pin It

Subscribe to Get Reviews by Email

* indicates required
Welcome to the internet home of Tanya Taylor, PhD. Here I review food products marketed as healthy and diet friendly options. I also share my weekly meal plans as I strive to get more creative in the kitchen.

Recent {Reviews}

-: Archives | About :-

Subscribe by RSS   Subscribe by Email Follow on Facebook   Follow on Pinterest  

Meal Plans & Lunch Time

Weekly Meal Plan + A Beautiful Day

Lunch Time - Apple, Berries and Feta Salad + Pasta With Sausage

Lunch Time - Apple, Avocado & Almonds Salad

-: More Meal Plans & Lunch Time :-

Review Categories

Beans & Chili
Boxed Dinner
Bread & Bagels
Breakfast Bowls
Brownies
Burrito
Cake & Pie
Candy & Chocolate
Cereal
Cheese
Chips
Coffee & Tea
Cookie
Crackers & Biscuits
Crisps and Things
Energy Drinks
Fast Food
Faux Meat
Flavored Water
Fro Yo & Sorbet
Frozen Meals
Fruit & Puddn Cups
Fruit Snacks
Gluten Free
Granola
Ice Pops & Bars
IceCream
Jams & Jellies
Juice and Drinks
Kids Foods
Meaty
Milk
Mints & Gum
Muffins
Natural Foods
Nutrition Bars
Nuts & Seeds
Oatmeal & Hot Cereal
Organic
Pancakes & Waffles
Pasta
Pizza
Popcorn
Protein Power
Salsa
Sandwiches
Sauces & Dressings
Seafood
Smoothies & Shakes
Sodas
Soups
Sour Cream
Sports Drinks
Spreads
Supplements
Sweeteners
Syrup
Toaster Pastries
Tofu & Seitan
Vegetable Puree
Vegetarian
Veggie Burgers
Veggies
Wraps
Yogurt
 

Search