For the new year, I always make a goal of losing weight and I think it is something I really need to focus on and not forget about. I think Fiber Gourmet is going to help me tremendously in this effort as they make crackers, pasta, Thinables cookies and more. I was sent some Sharp Cheddar Thinables which has 11 g of fiber, 60 calories, zero sugar, in 4 g of protein these cheese crackers that taste like a Cheese Nip or Cheez-its but with half the calories. Pizza! Thinables this pizza flavor of the only cracker on the market with literally half the calories and 10 times the fiber as other pizza flavored crackers. Wheat Thinables are the only wheat cracker that tastes just like we cracker you would buy in love with half the calories. With 10 g of fiber, 70 cals, 2 g of sugar and 4 g of protein.
Light Spaghetti which has 130 calories per serving and half the calories of standard pasta, 18 g of fiber per serving, kosher certified and 40% fewer net carbs than standard pasta. It tastes just like regular spaghetti as well.
Cinnamon Swirl Thinables these delicious vanilla cookies with cinnamon bits have half the calories of regular cookies along with 15 g of fiber.
English Toffee Thinables these delicious vanilla cookies with toffee bits again have half the calories of regular cookies along with 15 g of fiber.
My Opinion: I really enjoyed the flavors of the cinnamon swirl in English Toffee Thinables be in 100 calories pack but tasting like regular cookies was a nice treat for me to help me get on track starting in 2017. The cheese crackers do taste like a Cheez-it which is my favorite cracker but now I think this one is going to be my new favorite. I also stopped the spaghetti did taste like regular spaghetti.
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