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Old Tue, May-16-17, 11:24
Bonnie OFS Bonnie OFS is online now
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These taste great & only 3g carbs per serving - 10 of the little snacky things. I just discovered them in the sale bin at the store. They also make gluten free but those are 10g carb/serving. The regular ones have wheat flour, so are not suitable for everyone. Also made with real butter & cheddar cheese. I got the mild instead of the spicy. They taste a lot like the high carb cheese crackers I used to make. So now I'm wondering if my homemade crackers could be made low carb. Especially if I don't eat the whole batch.

They taste so good it was hard to stop at 10.
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