Eco-Planet Organic Crackers (DISCONTINUED)


Continued from the Eco-Planet Organic Cookies Review

Taking a dive into unknown waters now, the box of savory Pretzel Crackers was calling my name, playing on my curiosity until I could take it no longer.  I was expecting to find hard pretzels like the more flattened twists, so I was pleasantly surprised yet again to take my first crunchy bite and discover that these were actually much lighter and flakey than regular pretzels.  Sprinkled with large, enticing granules of salt and lightly toasted to varying shade of golden brown, each boasted an almost buttery flavor that I simply couldn’t get enough of.  Although it sounds so basic, the combination of each of these elements really makes them into something special – I can definitely attest to that, because these particular crackers disappeared from my pantry faster than any of the other varieties!

While a cheddar-flavored cracker might naturally be the next addition to any average snack producer looking to expand their line of wares, this particular move is a surprise to me, as these offered by Eco-Planet are actually <strong>Dairy-Free Cheddar</strong>.  Still weary of fake vegan cheese in general, I wasn’t sure what I was in for as the florescent orange tibits tumbled out of the box, producing a pungent cheesy aroma.  All signs pointed in a good direction, as they really did smell very much like cheddar!  Passing their first test, they warranted further investigation so I quickly popped the nearest miniature windmill into my mouth.  Immediately I was struck by how similar they tasted to the other real cheese flavored crackers on the market – They even stick in your teeth a bit like the real ones, too.  A nice hit of salt rounded out the flavor quite nicely, and I soon found that the buttery, crisp munchies really started to grow on me.  The more I ate, the more I liked them!

In sum, these are perhaps the perfect fast snack for kids – Fun shapes in relatively mild but agreeable flavors, with very little potential for mess that parents will need to clean up later.  It’s a win / win situation, and even the planet can benefit from this environmentally considerate choice!

About Author

Alisa is the founder of, Senior Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

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