Amazon Price: N/A $14.64 You save: $6.78 (32%). (as of December 15, 2018 1:43 am –
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 6.1 x 5.5 inches ; 3.1 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds
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- ASIN: B000ER3FQ0
- UPC: 023923202108
5 stars *****
These crackers are similar to Honey Grahams, but they are not the same These crackers are organic, no preservatives. These crackers will not taste exactly like Honey Graham crackers. These crackers taste better and better for you. I will be buying more of these knowing that my family will not be susceptible to artiticial preservative or ingredients. Recommended.
Here’s something to consider before buying the mondo-pack as I did. Earth’s Best is ORGANIC (yay) but that means no preservatives… so when you buy more than one box at a time you’d better plan on eating a lot of these at once, or having a lot of people to feed. By the time I opened the third box they were pretty stale, and had remained in their sealed box and sealed bag. BUT my kiddo loved them (pre-staleness) and they were pretty good for finger-foody snacks that aren’t sugar-filled of full or artificial junk.
Tasty for the whole family!
My now 14-month-old has been eating these for about 3 months and he loves them! They are especially handy to take on outings, and to give to him when he is waiting for dinner to be prepared. They do not leave a huge mess behind either. I understand why he likes them, they are very tasty and I admit my husband and I do help him eat them. We try to buy organic whenever possible, which is why I went with Earth’s Best (plus all of the wonderful reviews helped my decision). I will definitely reorder when we finish the last two boxes!
I’ve tried them too (when he insists on feeding me as I do him) and they are pretty great. They do come with a lot of …
My son LOVES these grammy sticks! I’ve tried them too (when he insists on feeding me as I do him) and they are pretty great. They do come with a lot of broken bits due to shipping as others have said. They aren’t really a choking hazard though (as I was first concerned about) they break down so quickly.
super price —- long gone though — crackers favorite of 2 year old – she likes veggie
My kids love them!
My kids love these. I have a 2 year old and a 5 1/2 year old. They can easily go through one of these boxes in about 2 days if I let them. The sticks are a great size for packing in my purse for emergencies as well as in my son’s lunch. They also don’t seem to go as stale as fast as other graham crackers, although they are eaten quickly in our house. I can’t seem to find these grahams in my local stores so I really like that I can buy them through Amazon.
Crunchy, toddler-sized, Elmo goodness
Our daughter loves these with a passion. She’d often cheerfully eat a box for dinner if we let her. They are perfectly sized for 2 year old fingers and have the extra iron she needs (that’s alarmingly hard to find in normal foods in her current diet). She loves the big friendly Elmo on the box too. She always asks for Elmo cookies. We’re happy to give her this over any other normal cookie. Good ingredients and good nutritional value trumps the downsides for us.
What gives with the sodium EB? It could have half the sodium and taste good. They should have a low sodium or no sodium version. It is a little irresponsible to put this much salt (doesn’t matter that it is sea salt). Otherwise, the other ingredients are good.
There are a couple of poor reviews on this product that attack the amount of sodium in these crackers. Firstly, I don’t know what the regular diet or pallet of these parents are, but according to my family, these are on the bland side, the last impression I got when I tasted these crackers was that they were overly salty. You want salty, go eat a Ritz. The nutrition information states that 30 crackers will provide 220mg of sodium. Well, unless you pile half a bag in front of your kid and plop them down in front of a TV and thereby introduce them into the life of the American couch potato, there should be nothing to complain about. (In addition, any competent medical authority will state that a child should average around 1 gram of sodium per day, that means 1000mg.)