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What crackers are considered low-carb?

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Some brands of crackers that are considered low-carb include Pepperidge Farm, Triscuit, Flackers and Wasa, according to Amazon and Diabetic Living Online. These crackers may be made from wheat or incorporate other ingredients to replace the carbohydrates in flour, such as flaxseed or cheese.

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Low-carb crackers are a good choice for those on carbohydrate restricted diets and diabetics. Several companies produce crackers with reduced carbs under the label low-carb.

  • Flackers:Savory crackers made primarily from flaxseed. These crackers have about 8 grams of carbs per serving of six pieces.
  • Pepperidge Farm Baked Naturals Cheddar: A good choice for dipping, these cheddar flavored chips contain 24 grams of carbs per serving of 27 chips, according to Diabetic Living Online.
  • Wasa Crisp N' Light: Wasa crackers are made from a mix of seven grains, including whole grain wheat, wheat, rye, yellow corn, barley, spelt, amaranth and quinoa. These crackers have about 14 grams of carbs per serving of three pieces.
  • Just the Cheese Snack: A unique product, these crunchy rounds are made from baked cheese. They are very low in carbs at about 1 gram per 22 pieces.
  • Carbolicious Melba Toast: These low carb Melbas are ideal for dipping at about 3 grams of carbs per four slices. The ingredients include flaxseed, almond flour, wheat gluten, eggs and flour.
  • Triscuit Herb Flavored Crackers: The popular Triscuit cracker is made with whole grain wheat and seasonings. This winning brand has about 20 carbs per 18 crackers.
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