Friday Favorite: Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers

Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers are the perfect blend of crunch and flavor. Available in 4 flavors Original, Roasted Garlic, Toasted Onion and my favorite, Rosemary & Olive Oil, these crackers are the perfect by the handful as a snack, or served with your favorite game day dip & cheese tray.

Crunchmaster crackers are packed with a blend of pure rice, sesame, quinoa, flax and amaranth seeds and other natural ingredients – all baked to gluten-free perfection.

These crackers are also all-natural, low in sodium and saturated fat, free of cholesterol and Trans-fat and also certified as gluten-free.

Found in most supermarkets and club stores, Crunchmaster crackers are full of crunch and flavor… and this week’s BeFreeForMe’s Friday Favorite.

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7 Responses to “Friday Favorite: Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers”

  1. Shirley @ gfe Says:

    My whole family loves Crunchmaster crackers. I just wish they didn’t have soy in them.


  2. CathyS Says:

    I love these crackers. When my ladies group comes for an evening, they get everything gluten free and no one ever complains. In fact, when I served Crunchmaster crackers, they wanted to know what they were because they were so tasty!

  3. Kyley Says:

    I think the best flavor is the Rosemary & Olive Oil crackers they are really good!

  4. JUDY C Says:

    They are the VERY VERY BEST ……………….

  5. Sherry Pinto Says:

    My daughter was just diagnosed with celiac disease just before Christmas and we saw these at Costco and were excited to see gluten free on the package so we decided to give them a try thinking the worse but hoping for the best. As it turns out the best occurred and I am happy to say we all love these crackers and will continue to purchase them, I just hope Costco doesn’t stop carrying them!!!!! =)

  6. Katie Chalmers Says:

    I agree…these crackers are wonderful!

  7. Sue Says:

    Love them, friends never know their gluten free.

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