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Kids love crackers and it'??s easy to see why. A crisp, crunchy, somewhat salty treat that can be paired with cheese, peanut butter or eaten alone and even better packed on the go. Always in search for the '??perfect'?? cracker, I had the pleasure to try a new light and thin wafer by 34 Degrees called Crispbread Crackers.

I tried the Whole Grain Crispbread Cracker alone, then with some goat cheese and as a side snack with a hearty bowl of lentil soup. Not only did I love their rich flavor and light texture, my toddler couldn'??t couldn't get enough of them.

Available in variety of flavors (lemon zest, natural, sesame, whole grain, rosemary, cracked pepper and whole grain), 34 Degrees only uses natural and high quality ingredients such as whole wheat flour, natural cheese flavor, and salt that makes it a light and healthy snack. The crackers are also made without oil and only have 35 calories per cracker - making it a treat both moms will love for themselves and kids will enjoy as they get a hearty dose of whole grains. In fact, the founder, Craig Lieberman, developed the crackers will his own children in mind. Looks like I may have found my perfect cracker after all.

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Serena Norr is a NYC-based writer/editor, soup-maker, and more importantly, a mama. You can read more soup recipes on her blog: Momtrends was not paid for this post--we were tossed a few crackers!

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