Honey Cinnamon Sweet Thins
Grahams are iconic but they’re not always made with the best ingredients. These honey cinnamon sweet thins serve graham-like goodness but with only simple, nutrient-packed ingredients like watermelon seed flour, cashew flour, sunflower seed flour, and flax. The best part? No artificial flavors.
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Simple Mills believes clean, nutritious foods add up to a greater life. It’s that simple. Started after Katlin Smith made the connection between what she ate and how she felt, the company is on a mission to enrich lives and bodies through simple, delicious, real foods. They strive to make healthful choices easy by offering food that tastes great in the moment and nourishes your body for the long-term.Shop Brand
How to use
Snack on these thins on their own or dip them in hazelnut spread.
What People Are Saying
- honey grahams
Well I'm a big cracker person but I'm sorry to say I really didn't enjoy these ones. I think the taste is off for me. I guess when you try to eat healthy the favor is different.
The crackers looked good and had a nice crunch. When tasting, they had too much cinnamon in the snack. The flavor also left a slight aftertaste. I would not buy these again.
Tried Simple Mills before but this item was only found at one store, I liked that it had no added sugar but itís super pricey for 4 ounces . If it was found at more groceries, it might be an item Iíd purchase occasionally but thereís only one Natural Grocers and itís 13 miles away.
I tried the cinnamon flavored thins. I was disappointed. I thought they had an odd after-taste that I couldnít quite put my finger on. I love their almond crackers, so I thought Iíd like these. Iím not a big fan of mint, which was the only other flavor available.
Not allergy friendly!!!
The packaging does not mention the cross contamination ó ìmanufactured on the same equipment as peanuts.î We gave it to my son who is allergic to peanuts, because the ingredients and allergen info were good. This website shows that they were actually produced on the same equipment as peanuts. He had an allergic reaction ó it was very scary.