I think the crackers taste great as is, crumbled over veggies or salads, as a crunchy pasta topping, or spread with some nut butter and topped with bananas or jam. Since they hold up well in sheets, they can be enjoyed in a similar way as raw bread.
I liked the Grawnolas even better (go figure, I'm 100% a sweet tooth kind of girl) and really enjoyed both flavors, approximately equally. These grawnolas are also quite flax-heavy, but they also have plenty of dried fruits, other seeds, and buckwheat.
Serving sizes are fairly small (about 1/3 cup) but the grawnola is satiating, with plenty of plant protein and heart-healthy fats from the seeds, as well as fiber from the buckwheat, so it's great paired with a banana and some coconut yogurt .
A few pieces of biscotti make for a great accompaniment to an afternoon tea that's good for body and spirit.
Their biscotti comes in two flavors. The goji-cherry-pistachio is nice and nutty (trail mix fans will love it) and the cacao-incan berry-hazelnut is nice and chocolaty, with big chunks of hazelnut (as you can see in the picture).
Not only are these cookies delicious, but the texture is also spot-on. They don't fall apart or crumble all over the place and their cut in good-sized slices, thicker than I had expected. That's a plus in my book!
RawONE Food's snacks are very diabetic-friendly and just great, in general, for anyone watching their carbs (ie: paleo, etc.)
The snacks are all low glycemic load, which means that they won't affect your blood sugar levels much. Even for those of us who don't watch our blood sugar levels or carb intake, this low glycemic load is a good thing. It means that the snack won't send us on an energy high that will leave us tired and grouchy shortly after.
No crash and burn is definitely a good thing! Especially when it comes in such a delicious form, with all these delightful healthful ingredients (organic almonds, cherries, pistachio, dates, etc. - YUM).