#BacktoSchool Snacking with Old London: #Review

Monday, September 05, 2011 Posted by Dina N

My husband loves melba toast. That's his favorite snack. The kids like it, too - with guacamole, queso, yogurt dip, fruit, cheese... These crisp little treats make for a great after-school snack.

Did you know that Old London dates back to 1897, and was created with a thinly sliced piece of toasted bread? That's over 100 years of experience in snack making. Today the company carries over 20 flavors of Rounds and Toasts. Old London products are low fat, low calorie crackers made with all-natural ingredients and most with whole grains.

We love the Old London Melba Toast and Melba Snacks. We tried the roasted garlic snacks and the sesame melba toast. Both are full of flavor, with a nice crunch, zero trans fat and 5 grams of whole grain per serving. They make for a healthy alternative to bread and other crackers. They are delicious and healthy. There are many other great flavors of Melba Snacks to choose from: Spicy 3 Pepper, Sesame, White Cheddar, Whole Grain and Sea Salt. The Melba Toast is available in Sesame, Rosemary & Olive Oil, Sourdough, Classic, Whole Grain, Wheat, Salt Free Whole Grain and Rye. We also like their Spicy Cheddar Bagel Chips - a perfect offering for fans of everything spicy like my husband. The bagel chips also come as Garlic & Herb Bagel Chips, French Onion and Sea Salt.

My favorite way to enjoy the Old London Melba Toast is with hummus or salsa. My husband prefers them with tuna salad or just plain. For the kids, we bring out the cut up fruit and cheese.

No matter how you choose to eat your Old London snacks, they are tasty and satisfying - at home, at school, or on the go.

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received  complimentary items to facilitate this review. No compensation was provided for this post. Product description and pictures courtesy of the company or PR firm.


  1. Pricilla said...

    I love Melba toast too. Just plain out of the box

  2. Robin O said...

    The roasted garlic snacks sound really good. I think we'll try them with hummus or with a yogurt spread.

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