Mary’s Gone Crackers Organic Hot N Spicy Jalapeno, 5.5 Ounce

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Mary’s Gone Crackers Organic Hot N Spicy Jalapeno Crackers.

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ekazanova says:

Looked and tasted like burnt toast I’ve a big fan of Mary’s Gone Crackers but I had never tried the Jalapeno flavor. Original variety is very tasty; you can taste every ingredient! The product also is very healthy and natural. I’ve made a healthy version of nachos using this product in the original variety. To make a long story short I was disappointed with the Jalapeno flavored product. The jalapeno heat was okay; not too hot but he crackers seemed overly charred and burnt! They even looked burnt – They other flavors I’ve tried…

R. Smith says:

Give them a try and see what you think I first learned of these crackers in a health magazine, and decided to try them. I’m so glad I did. I have tried each flavor but I must say that the jalapeno crackers, along with the onion and original are my absolute favorites. The jalapeno has just enough heat to add a delicious kick to any snack or meal. I love them with extra sharp cheese, salami, hummus, boneless turkey or chicken, and even apricot jam as suggested on the box is very delicious as well. These crackers may not be to…

John Demo says:

mmm num nums If you like a GOOD crunchy and REALLY HOT snack. Then these are for you.This snack is also good for people who like the burnt toast taste, or aren’t offended if theirs is.I introduced a lady at work to these a couple weeks ago. She brought them in today, so on my lunch break I went to the store to buy them.Will probably start buying them on amazon since they are about a dollar and a half cheaper. But so worth it.

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