Product Type: Ryvita Snacks
Newest Review: ... £1.29 at Tesco. ===My Opinion=== Most people know the original Ryvita crispbreads which have been around for over seventy y... more
Sod the diet, these are just yum!
Member Name: coflaherty
Advantages: Tasty, versitile, wholesome
Disadvantages: Not in a resealable container
My memories of Ryvita crisp breads were not pleasant ones - scratchy cardboard comes to mind. They were the type of things that people on diets ate, as if they weren't suffering enough!
Anyway, due to my 2-year old's recent ambition to eat only bread and cheese related products, we have been exploring new options and I can only say that I am amazed by the transformation! I would go so far as to say I am rather addicted to their crispy crunchiness and this multi-grain one is my favourite.
They come in a 250g paper packet, so need to be put into an airtight container one opened to keep optimum crispiness (although not entirely necessary the rate I'm going through them). This works out to approx. 20 slices at 96p (Sainsburys) that's less than 5p per slice - bargain! Wholegrain and covered in toasted seeds, they are not only yummy but high in fibre, iron and low in fat and calories. I imagine they would be a useful substitute to bread if on a calorie-controlled diet, but at the rate I go through them it probably doesn't work out lower calories.
In summary - delicious crunchy, crispy toasted seeded yummy goodness! Oh and the boy loves them too :)
Summary: Crispy, crunchy, yummy goodness!