Mambo Sprouts Review Part 2: Crunchmaster

By | May 24, 2010

If you read Mambo Sprouts Review Part 1: Glutino, then you know that as part of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) month long celebration of Celiac Disease Awareness Month(May) we have teamed up with Mambo Sprouts. The goal of this partnership is to use our joint resources to get the message of awareness out to an even larger audience. All may long the NFCA and Mambo Sprouts will be featuring recipes, product reviews, and of course, coupons for fantastic gluten-free products.

Mambo Sprouts has sent us some samples from Glutino, Crunchmasters, Gluten Free Pantry, and Barbara’s to review.  Now on to Part 2.

Mambo Sprouts Review Part 2: Crunchmaster

Original Multi-Seed Crackers

crunchmasters multi-seedCrunchmaster is a brand of oven baked brown rice crackers packed with a great blend of seeds. Their mulit-seed crackers are made from all natural ingredients like brown rice, sesame, quinoa, amaranth and flax seeds. The result is a nutrition filled, naturally gluten-free snack. But how does it taste? Far from bland is the answer. Though they are low in sodium, they have a pleasant salty flavor that compliments the grain and seed blend. A touch of soy sauce is also added. They are enjoyably crunchy and the fact that they are backed instead of fried keeps them from being oily. I only received samples for the Original flavor Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers, after tasting what a great job they did with a basic cracker, I’m am eager to try their Roasted Garlic, Rosemary & Olive Oil and Sweet Onion varieties.
To learn more about Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers visit

1 Comment so far
  1. connie jett October 12, 2010 1:50 pm

    I tried to print a one dollar coupon ;but my printer was out of paper; now you are telling me that I have my quota of coupons????? Regards Connie Jett

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