What are you up to today?
I’m getting some work done and doing some recipe testing. Wanna guess what the next food tutorial will be? Let me know in the comments! 😉
Anyways, onto the title of this post, I know y’all are thinking “Blank vs. Blank!? Has she lost her ever-loving mind? Aren’t there supposed to be brands or products there?” Well, let me explain.
This is the very first part of a series I’m starting comparing two Gluten Free products at a time based upon three criteria: Taste, Quantity and Price. After that, I’ll give each product an overall rating on a scale of 1 to 5. At the end, we’ll compare them overall and declare a winner!
Here we go!
So, what products are dueling this week, you ask?
Well . . .
On the right side of our ring, coming in at a whopping 4.5 ounces are Crunchmaster’s Rosemary & Olive Oil Multi- Seed Crackers!
Taste: These are alright. Nothing to write home about, but if you want a vessel for specialty meats and cheeses, these will get the job done. Flavor is good, but could use more oomph in my opinion. Also, they have a funny aftertaste to me. Also a slightly styrofoamy texture. (Yes, I did just create the word styrofoamy) 😉
Quantity: The serving size states there is about four servings per bag, and a serving is 14 crackers. So, you get about 56 crackers in a bag. Not bad. I just wish more of those were whole crackers. They seem to break easily, and you end up with quite a few broken crackers.
Price: I think we get them for between $3 and $4 at Kroger. Per cracker, that rounds out to about $0.06 each.
Results: Overall, these are mediocre crackers. There’s just something strange I can’t quite put my finger on. Yet if they were the only crackers I had available, I’d probably deal with it and eat these.
Score: A solid 2.5 out of 5
On the left side of our ring, weighing in at 4.25 ounces is our competitor: the LiveGfree Gluten Free Rosemary & Olive Oil Multiseed Snack Crackers.
Taste: These have a far bolder flavor than the Crunchmaster version. I don’t NEED specialty cheeses and meat to eat these. I like them all by themselves. Flavor is great and texture is far better.
Quantity: The bag says about 4 servings of 11 crackers. So, you get around 44 crackers in a bag. I wish more were whole crackers. They break easily, and you do get quite a few broken crackers in this bag as well.
Price: $1.49 at Aldi! $1.49!! Yippee! Which totals out to about $0.03 per cracker (half of the other brand’s cost per cracker!)
Results: These are far better crackers, in my opinion. They have far more flavor, far better texture, and they are cheaper.
Score: 4 out of 5. If fewer crackers were broken, they’d have earned a 5; no questions about it!
And, the winner is . . .
Aldi LiveGfree Rosemary and Olive Oil Multiseed Snack Crackers!
- Better Texture
- Bolder Flavor
- More Cost Effective Overall
Tune back in soon for more posts!
You never know what you’ll find. 😉
One last thing. What are y’all’s favorite Gluten Free Crackers? Let me know in the comments! 😉
Have a fabulous Friday!!