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Special K Sea Salt Crisp Crackers
Sometimes a snack craving just requires the unmatchable crunch of a chip. When it does, reach for Special K Sea Salt cracker chips to get the crispy satisfaction without the junk-food downsides. Made from a blend of potatoes and grains, the chips are light in texture and perfectly seasoned with a sprinkling of sea salt. They total just 110 calories in a 30-cracker serving, so they make a nice afternoon break treat or an accompaniment for a sandwich at lunch. For an extra boost of savory flavor, check out Special K Sour Cream and Onion chips, too.
Take the Challenge
For Special K lovers with particular weight loss goals, the online Special K Challenge program at specialk.com offers menu tips, mobile apps, recipes, and community features. Special K crisp crackers are a featured snack on the Challenge menu, helping make goals more achievable without sacrificing taste.
Founded by W. K. Kellogg in Battle Creek, Michigan, in 1906, the Kellogg Company is dedicated to making good nutrition easy and delicious. Its Special K line began with the Original cereal and now includes breakfast bars, snack bars, chips, and beverages.
Flavor: Sea Salt
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I need a low calorie snack and these chips satisfy my need for something crunchy. Very good.Published 18 days ago by Margery H Beasor
This is one of my favorite new snacks and the sour cream and onion flavor in the cracker chip is represented well. They are fresh and crispy and taste great to me. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Roberta L. Deming
Beware! This is a potato product, despite their misleading "cracker" label. If you are on a potassium restricted diet, like i am, DO NOT buy these. Read morePublished 1 month ago by N. Winter
Great tasting. Even if I eat the whole box (and I can in a day or two as they are that good ) I don't feel too bad. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cyndielee