When I'm craving something salty and crunchy, crackers can be a healthier choice than chips. I love nibbling them on their own, dipped in hummus, or topped with cheese and sliced apples. Not all crackers are created equally though. Some will make you drop your cracker when you find out how much sodium they contain. Then others might have you reaching for more when you discover they're a good source of protein. Check out the chart below to see how they all compare.
|Cracker||Serving Size||Calories||Total Fat (g)||Sodium (mg)||Carbs (g)||Fiber (g)||Protein (g)|
|Barbara's Wheatines||4 squares||60||1||80||11||1||1|
|Pepperidge Farm's Heart Wheat||3 crackers||80||3.5||125||11||.5||1|
|Carr's Whole Wheat||2 crackers||80||3.5||100||10||1||1|
|Kashi TLC Original 7 Grain||15 crackers||120||3.5||160||21||2||3|
Not seeing your favorite cracker? Keep reading to see the nutritional info for Ritz, Cheddar Bunnies (my daughter's fave), Triscuits, and more.