Triscuit Crackers are a Staple for After School Snacking (Giveaway)

by Jennifer Sikora

I am always at a loss as to what to feed my kids for snacks. I have teenagers, and they can wolf down just about anything I throw at them. The problem is what can I fix them that will satisfy their cravings and still be somewhat healthy?

My answer? Triscuit Snack Crackers.

I love how easy these snacks are to prepare! Serve them with a delicious hummus dip, cheese, or simply by themselves. They hold up well in lunch boxes and are a great source of whole grain to make sure you are getting your food groups in.

About Triscuit Snacks

Triscuit, which has always started with three simple, quality ingredients – 100% Whole Grain Wheat, Oil and Salt, and has no artificial flavors.  Triscuit boasts its Triscuit Thin Crisps variety which are ideal for nutritious after school snacking – on the go or straight out of the box!  Less dense and crispier than regular Triscuit crackers, Triscuit Thin Crisps provide 23 grams of whole grain per serving – nearly half the 48 grams of whole grain recommended per day by nutrition experts.

Triscuit Minis start with the same real ingredients of Original Triscuit, but their smaller shape makes them perfect for back-to-school lunches.  Pack the kids’ brown paper bags with Triscuit Minis as a bite-size snack and toss the rest on your cool summer salad for an extra crunch.  Triscuit Minis offers a remarkable 28 crackers per serving.

Enter to win a Triscuit Snack Pack

One (1) lucky reader will win a Triscuit Snack Pack with all the varieties listed above. Just use the Rafflecopter form below to enter this giveaway. New to Rafflecopter? Watch this 45-second video on how to enter!

This is just one of our giveaways running every day in August for our Back To School Giveaway 2012. Please see the main Back To School Giveaway 2012 page for a full list of daily giveaways.

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Jennifer is the Advertising and Communications contact here at 5 Minutes for Mom. When she is not busy answering emails here, you can find her sharing about her life on her own blog at You can also find her on Twitter at or on Facebook at

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