Crackers are always a firm favourite here for lunch or even just a snack so we couldn’t wait to get stuck into these Jacob’s Crispbreads. We were sent the mixed seed, mixed grain and chive flavours to try as well as some recipe ideas to put to the test.
First of all though I must say how much I loved that they were in packets. So you get 5 packs of 4 crispbreads inside each box. So handy for picnic lunches now (and packed lunches come September!) but it means that they are sealed so keep fresher for longer. Sometimes the smallest things really can make the biggest difference.
These crispbreads are a really nice large size so perfect for loading up for lunch. I’m rather partial to a bit of cream cheese and smoked salmon myself but actually, you can’t beat good old cheese and chutney. I could eat this at any time of day never mind just lunchtime. Or even just in celebration of passing the fridge. No excuse needed. Ahem.
If you fancied a sweeter snack, how about a mixed grain crispbread with crunchy peanut butter topped with fresh banana and a drizzle of honey? Oh my days this was such a yummy flavour combination it felt like such a treat!
I loved each of the three flavours of the Jacob’s Crispbreads they were all slightly different but with the same crispy crunch that you would expect from a good cracker. Being in the portion packs keeps them so much fresher and it is so handy to grab one at a time for a truly crackin’ lunch.
Jacob’s Crispbreads are available now in all good supermarkets and cost just £1.39 RRP. For more inspiration and information on this new range please visit jacobs.co.uk.
Disclaimer: For the purpose of this post I was very kindly sent a hamper of goodies and recipe suggestions from Jacob’s