Recently I was provided with a few boxes of a new snack by Kraft, Chile Pepper flavored Triscuit Thin Crisps.
It’s obviously been a while since I’ve browsed the snack aisle because I didn’t even know that Triscuit has a Thin Crisps line. The Thin Crisps are shaped like triangles and a lot thinner than the original Triscuit.
The box also has been redesigned, so that it expands upward and out when you go from bottom to top, making it a little easier to reach in and grab them.
I really enjoyed the Chile Pepper flavor. The spice is pretty mild but I liked the tanginess. I also like the thinner design, making them more like chips rather than like crackers. I’ve always had a fondness for Triscuits so I really liked these and couldn’t stop eating them. These could definitely act as a chips snack substitute for me.
Triscuit Thin Crisps can be found at most major grocery stores chains, in the cookie snack aisle.Yum