Dr. Kracker Review

by Nicci on 09/12/2009

About a month ago the nice people at Dr. Kracker (Dallas based company) sent me some products to review and sample!  They have 9 flavors of Organic crackers and 5 Organic flat bread flavors.

drkrackerHere’s some FAQ’s about their company:

The Kracker

Our German Roots

In Germany, homeland to founders Klaus Karg and Carsten Kruse, flatbreads are a staple in the best bakeries. In fact, it was in his own grandfather’s bakery in Schwabach that co-founder (Dr.) Klaus Karg began experimenting with cracker recipes in 1997. His goal was to bridge the gap between austere Swedish flatbreads and flavorful specialty breads, and finally, through a focused blend of trial, error, and inspiration, he did it. And, with such winning flatbread combinations as the Emmental Cheese Pumpkin Seed, Seeded Spelt and Klassic 3-Seed crackers, in 2000, he began producing delicious flatbread crackers under the company name of Dr. Karg.

Guess what guys: This Dallas based company consists of only 25 employees! I found that FAQ to be quite Nifty!!

My Favorite Dr. Kracker cracker is the Apple Crisp. I like the sweetness of the cracker and found that it paired well with yogurt.  Yep, I did say yogurt…it was good with plain Greek.

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Apple Crisp: ”Chopped dried apple, toasted whole oats, and crunchy flax and sesame seeds. A sprinkling of natural cane sugar just before baking gives these spelt crackers an engaging caramelized finish.”


organic whole spelt flour, filtered water, cane sugar, butter, organic flax seeds, dried apple, brown sugar, whole oats, organic sesame seeds, yeast, sea salt, organic barley malt syrup, vanilla

contains: wheat, milk

All the flavors I have sampled so far are really crispy and crunchy, full of flavor.  The top of the crackers are filled with all kinds of whole seeds such as sesames seeds, flax seeds, sunflower seeds, tons of herbs and seasoning.

Personally,  I liked the taste of the crackers and so did the boyfriend.  I like to eat crunchy crackers that hold up in dip and these crackers did.  I liked that they are organic & all the ingredients are simple.

You can order these crackers online at their web page or purchase them at local Whole Foods Stores and natural food stores.

Thank you Dr. Kracker for letting me sample and review your products.

More of the many flavors to come…

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Sues September 12, 2009 at 9:35 pm

Those crackers look both amazingly healthy AND delicious. I’m going to have to seek these out :)

Erica September 12, 2009 at 7:08 pm

owww sounds delicious! I loveeeeeeeee frat breads. I will be keeping an eye out for these

Emily September 12, 2009 at 6:33 pm

I’ve never tried Dr. Kracker before but those products look delish. I think they would make great snacks during my internship rotations.

Amanda (Two Boos Who Eat) September 12, 2009 at 10:57 am

those apple crackers look amazing! I wish I could find those in stores near me!

Kaytee September 12, 2009 at 9:35 am

Mmm. Those crackers look delicious. Apple crackers with yogurt really does seem like a great combo.

whitney September 12, 2009 at 8:47 am

i love dr kracker :) all of the products are sooo yummy! btw the site looks greatttttttt girl! have a good weekend!

Melinda September 12, 2009 at 8:36 am

Those are such yummy crackers. Just today Ryan and I wished we could get our hands on some since we were in the mood for hummus. The commissary does not have them though. We bought the special K crackers to try. I am sure the sodium is up there, but 17 crackers have only 90 calories.

Haleigh September 12, 2009 at 8:25 am

Ooh, I love Dr. Kracker!!! Never seen the apple crisp flavor before though, I will be looking for it since I love the other flavors! THanks for the review :)

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