I know that a lot of families who are raising a child or children with autism have not only special diet considerations but they also have children who may be picky or have sensory issues related to eating.
I can attest to how difficult it can be to get a child with autism to eat anything but their few specific things they enjoy. Adrian has only a certain number of a foods that he’s willing to eat and trying new things is not easy for him. Adrian does enjoy crunchy snacks though so we had to try out these Crunchmaster Gluten Free Crackers.
We tried the original and sea salt varieties and they are delicious. They’re crispy and thin, kind of a cross between a chip and a cracker. They have a nutty sort of taste to them which I really loved. I served them to the whole family as a snack with cheese cubes and they all loved it.
So aside from the fact that most likely if your child likes crunchy snacks they will actually eat this, they’re also healthy. I am extremely picky where my calories go. It has to taste good and it has to be healthy because I’ve lost 60 pounds so far and I’m not done yet. I would spend my calorie allowance on this because it’s worth it. These crackers are a nutritious choice – 100% whole grain, cholesterol free, low in sodium, low in saturated fat and with 0 grams of trans fat.
I am giving away a bag of Crunchmaster crackers for you to try. I will run this giveaway until May 10th. Winners need to live in the continental United States.
I’m using Rafflecopter for this giveaway for the first time so hopefully it goes smoothly. Let me know if you have any issue entering this giveaway because I’ve never used this format before.