Triscuits, Rosemary and Olive Oil are made with 100% whole grain and contains zero grams of trans fat. It may help to reduce heart disease.
- Case of 12 9.5-ounce boxes of rosemary and olive oil baked wheat crackers (114 total ounces)
- Made with 100% whole grain whole wheat, olive oil and rosemary; Kosher certified
- Low in saturated fats; no cholesterol or trans fats; 8% RDA of iron per serving
- Naturally flavored, baked whole grain crackers with a hearty crunch
- May help reduce the risk of heart disease
I found these for a great deal, using the Subscribe & Save option. I was completely excited to find this bargain, as we love Triscuits.
Sadly, I found these virtually inedible. The taste is cloying (& I LOVE rosemary!) It was my mistake to buy such a large quantity without trying them beforehand. But, buyer beware – this may sound like a great combination but do yourself a favor first & buy a single box.
These wonderful crackers helped me lose 78 lbs. in the last year. I am a salt-o-holic and since they are like Shredded Wheat in texture…you can add salt to them. So giving up the chips, Fritos and “the like”, wasn’t all that hard. The Rosemary and Olive Oil are the best. They have a distinctive “Italian” taste. I am getting these now on Subscribe and Save.
If you like bread stuffing, specifically the crunchy part on the outside, or sneaking the preseasoned stuffing cubes out of the bag, or seasoned croutons, these are your new best friends. They’re much healthier than chips & stuff, but that’s not the point: they are DELICIOUS. Seriously, like Thanksgiving in cracker form. If it’s April, and you’re jonesing for holiday fare, you could grab a box of these, maybe some cranberry sauce (either style), slap it on there and you’re done. Or some cold sliced turkey or chicken for carnivores. Or put gravy on them (maybe not). But you get the idea.
Like another reviewer, I’m substituting these for chips & other snacks that are incredibly bad for you. These things are actually even better than having saltines, since they’ve got more fiber to them & they’re pretty low in fat & don’t have anything I’m allergic to in them.
The flavor of these really surprised me. I didn’t think that these would taste nearly as good as they ended up tasting & I like how it has *just* enough salt to them to make them taste good. I will warn you that some boxes will have a little more salt, but overall its pretty good.
Now if they made these in individual travel packages that I could put into my lunch box, then this would be absolutely perfect!
These were the best ever. I had to hid them from myself. on a scale of 1 to 5 how would I rate these? a 20 they are just that good.
I’ve decided I enjoy the Rosemary and Olive Oil Triscuits the most. They are uniformly coated with the rosemary, whereas the Fire Roasted Tomato Triscuits and the Cracked Pepper Triscuits are not always uniformly coated throughout the box. The Rosemary ones do not disappoint me…or haven’t yet and the box I’m on now is the 18th box!
EvangelinaKansas City, MO
Not into Triscuits until I tasted these rosemary olive oil crackers at a party with a cream cheese cranberry dip. I love them!! They are now a part of my lunch everyday. Not only that, they fill you up because of the fiber. great product.
A bit heavier than some, but the rosemary is subdued and the olive oil pronounced, making for a tasty and fairly natural treat.
RomeliaThe Colony, TX
The Rosemary and Olive Oil are my favorite Triscuit “flavor”.
The last time I bought the Triscuits, Roasted Garlic, 9.5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 12) which I used to enjoy occasionally, they were way too salty.
These were not.
I generally try to eat foods that have healthful attributes.
These whole grain crackers have 3g fiber per approximately 1oz. serving (28g), and no trans fat.
I took 1 star off because I’d prefer that the flavors were a little stronger, and it has MSG, which can trigger migraines.
Update 1/16/11: I bought these again a couple of weeks ago and they seem saltier than I remember, though I still like the flavor.