We Tasted It: New Even Thinner Wheat Thins

January 5, 2016 | By | Comments (4)

We’re huge fans of Wheat Thins here at Cooking Light. We love that these whole-grain crackers are made with 100% whole-grain wheat and offer a great combo of salty-sweet crunch.

IMG_5037So while we thought it was hard to improve on the original, the new limited edition Even Thinner variety does just that. The nutrition profile hasn’t changed—they still clock in at 140 calories, 1 gram of sat fat, 3 grams of fiber, and 4 grams of sugar per serving—but you get a whopping 22 crackers for those numbers. Not bad for your next snack attack, right? Find them on store shelves nationwide for a limited time.

 

 

Here’s what our staff had to say after tasting:

“They’re slightly more delicate, yet still sturdy and ready to be topped.”

“They taste exactly the same as regular Wheat Thins—whew! Don’t go changing, Wheat Thins—but the crunch is more pronounced. They’re almost like a crisp, which I love.”

“Even more suitable for dipping than their relatively huskier counterparts.”

“They taste good, sure, but I love the funky futuristic box.”

Try them and let us know what you think! In the meantime, keep your snacking game strong with some of  favorite options from our Taste Test Awards.

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  4. Barbara Stroud

    Thanks for posting this- I will be on the lookout!

    January 6, 2016 at 4:51 am

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