Doctor Kracker Product Review

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Good afternoon!

I think it is safe to say that this place is a complete baking madhouse!!!

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Some of you were asking me what my apron says on it (featured in the video yesterday!)

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Yup, I’m the Queen of Tarts…thanks mom! lol. Cheeky isn’t she?

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I was given this sample at the CHFA Trade Show. Ok, ok, I wasn’t supposed to have it, but after sampling it I had to have some. I begged Dr. Kracker for a box.

I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love this Flatbread.

I tried the Seedlander flavour.

Oh. Me. Oh. My.

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Each cracker is about the size of my hand.

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It is the crunchiest Kracker I have ever tasted in my life. I love me a good crunch. This would be off the wall delicious paired with salsa or hummus.

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Good nutritional profile:

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Ingredients:

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And then I was extremely disappointed when I went to the website to order some online.

They are pretty expensive!

One box will cost you almost $21 bucks. For 6 boxes of 6 flatbreads that is. Expensive, but not as expensive as I thought! I still don’t think I would shell out that much money for them.

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What are your favourite crackers?

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1 Heather October 7, 2009

I LOVE Dr. Kracker, but yeah, they are expensive. There’s a place down here called Jason’s Deli that has a similar product on their salad bar and I must admit that I throw one or two into my purse after eating. Soo freaking addicting! But you know, since you’re such a genius in the kitchen, you could probably make your own version :)

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2 amanda October 7, 2009

You make get a kick out of this, I just recently bought those same flatbreads (not for $21 either they sell them at my local store for about $5 a box)I decided I would take one of the crackers for my snack at work and I set it on a table and next thing I knew everyone was swarming around the craker and asking me all theese questions and one was “What is that?? Are you eating birdfood now??”…and they were seroius. lol

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3 caitlin October 7, 2009

$21 for CRACKERS?!?! what the f are they made out of, gold wheat?

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4 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2009

hahaha and thats USD!!!!!!

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5 Jenna October 7, 2009

Ummm, $21!?!?! Think of all the amazing food you could buy with that amount of money! That is about 5-6 boxes of Kashi crackers, which happen to be my favorit!

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6 Jessica @ How Sweet It Is October 7, 2009

Glad you reviewed these. I have seen them around but never checked the price. I can’t believe they are that expensive!

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7 Whitney @ Lettuce Love October 7, 2009

Wow you are a baking monster! I love flat bread too and those sure do look yummy!

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8 Sarah @ The Foodie Diaries October 7, 2009

Omg I want to be in your madhouse. Need an assistant? Will work for globars.

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9 Krista October 7, 2009

That is one ridiculous price! YIKES!!!

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10 christie @ honoring health October 7, 2009

Wow, those are $$$!

I like blue diamond nut crackers since I can’t eat gluten. They are really crispy and crunchy!

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11 Paige @ Running Around Normal October 7, 2009

OH wow, yes I’d say your house is now a full-fledged bakery! Those crackers sound delicious, but $21 a box is pretty steep. It better be one HUGE box! haha

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12 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2009

its not…I devoured almost half of it (3 flats) in one sitting!

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13 Sarah October 7, 2009

Wow, $21! I don’t blame you for passing on that one. So sad. I’m not a big cracker eater myself but when I have I do like the Wasa and Ryvita brands.

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14 Mellissa October 7, 2009

That seems way too expensive for a cracker! I like Wasa crackers and Back to Nature as well.

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15 rhodeygirl October 7, 2009

Cute video Angela.

Seeing all of your Uline products makes me miss home desperately. I work for my family from Philly now but obviously am not near all the shipping stuff. I miss seeing everyone every day and randomly defacing their desks with fragile and hazardous stickers haha

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16 Mara @ What's For Dinner? October 7, 2009

Just checked the website, the “pack of 6” is a box with 6 boxes of crackers… like a case. That’s not THAT bad.

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17 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2009

ok that makes more sense!!!

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18 Diana October 7, 2009

21 bucks? Holy crap. That’s wayyy too much.

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19 Sara D. October 7, 2009

I have found them at Whole Foods in the US for $4-6 a box. I love their crakers too!

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20 Ruth (Plentiful Plants) October 7, 2009

I saw those crackers at St. Lawrence Market for $5/box, I think.

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21 Emily October 7, 2009

I like Milton’s multigrain.
Oh! and Carr’s whole wheat crackers (The thick ones).

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22 Nelly October 7, 2009

at whole foods in toronto and oakville one box costs close to $8…now that’s crazy expensive!

i’ve always wanted to try this brand…but i’d rather have kelp noodles!

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thanks for the review though…i’ve always wondered whether they would be worth it or not…

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23 Yvette October 7, 2009

I’ve been buying these crackers for a while and have never paid $21 a box – but I would seriously think about it! LOVELOVELOVE the Seedlander, but the Cheddar Pumpkin Seed is really good to. Think I pay around $4 at Whole Foods….

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24 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2009

It is $21 approx USD for 6 boxes!!!!! Not as bad. :)

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25 brandi October 7, 2009

I just won some of these in a contest and can’t WAIT to try them! I’ve heard that they’re great, but haven’t found them around here yet.

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26 Naomi (onefitfoodie) October 7, 2009

congrats on the award! i voted for you!!!

wow look at all those glo bars! LOOKS AMAZING!

miltons cracjkers are soo good! i really enjoy kashi crackers too! they are great with PB

oh and i have to give a shout out to ak-mak!!

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27 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2009

Thanks for voting for me!!!

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28 Sheri October 7, 2009

Yikes…that is pretty expensive for some crackers! I found the best crackers at Costco called Suzie’s Flatbread in the Kamut Sesame flavour and they are so good! We go through them like make. There is about a 100 crackers in a box for like 12 bucks!

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29 Cynthia (It All Changes) October 7, 2009

I love your organization! Nice neat rows :-)

I love the Trader Joe’s Multi Grain crackers. They are so yummy with anything :-)

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30 Jess (Fit Chick in the City) October 7, 2009

They are super yummy and super costly! If I buy them I really try to ration them out.

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31 Jamie October 7, 2009

I’m a little boring and usually buy Triscuits. :) But Wasa are SO good too!

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32 Julia October 7, 2009

I love Dr. Kracker!

Two other favorites of mine are Mary’s Gone Crackers and FINN caraway. I’d love to develop a good recipe to make at home – anyone have one ? :)

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33 katrina m October 7, 2009

100 calories for that one little cracker??? not worth the money or the calories in my opinion, but that’s just me :) haha

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34 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2009

the pictures are deceiving…the cracker is actually HUGE and THICK!!!

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35 Juli October 7, 2009

I don’t much variety around here.. wasa, ak-mak, kashi. right now i’m munching on a box of kashi tlc crackers at work with my homemade hummus. pretty good snack!

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36 Bridget October 7, 2009

I’m a fan of Mary’s Crackers, but I also love flavoured triscuits.

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37 supersu October 7, 2009

me too for mary’s organic crackers…can be found here in canada on sale often at shoppers drug mark….ching ching

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38 maria October 7, 2009

Those crackers do look wonderful, but you are right. I probably couldn’t justify shelling out that kind of dough.

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39 Jil October 7, 2009

Look at all those amazing Glo Bars!! You’re a baking machine!! (and I mean that as a complete compliment!) I love your apron, too. Totally adorable.

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40 Bronwyn October 7, 2009

I’m all about Wasa crackers! With Peanut butter!

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41 Jolene October 7, 2009

There are these crackers in a white and green box at Costco that I LOVE, and are always a hit when I serve them … I can’t remember the name of them though!

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42 Following Julie October 7, 2009

My favorite cracker is one that’s baked a little bakery in Washington State. You should seriously try these and use it as inspiration for your bakery. SO DARN GOOD. http://www.artisanalcheese.com/prodinfo.asp?number=PC-11009

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43 Fallon October 7, 2009

Mary’s Crackers are really good!!! I also like AkMak crackers as well.

Never tried Dr. Kracker but they look really seedy! Love that.

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44 Tamara Lea October 8, 2009

I think they sell these at whole foods. i can’t wait to try, they look great!!!

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45 Mars October 8, 2009

Dr. Kracker promotes feelings of robustness!

Considering how dense & satisfying they are, a box goes a long way. This isn’t the kind of flimsy cracker where you’ll eat the whole bag in one sitting. If you’re poor & starving, one box is two or three meals-worth of wholesome goodness.

They went from $3.50/12oz to 4.50/8oz (dropped two flatbreads from the pkg) about two-years ago. Still one of the best crackers on the market.

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46 Tina October 8, 2009

I’ve been wanting to try those for a looong time! They look so hearty and tasty.

I can’t wait til I order some of your Globars! Gotta save some money first :D

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47 Michael E. Jacobson October 27, 2009

The best cracker for those who love lots of seeds and lots of crunch.

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