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Le Pain Des Fleurs Organic Quinoa Crispbread 125 g (Pack of 6)
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- Delicious quinoa crispbread which is certified fairtrade
- Thin and lightly toasted for a unique crunchy texture, perfect as a snack or to accompany meals
- A source of iron and fibre with high magnesium content
- Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
- Certified organic, kosher and free from dairy, egg, gluten, wheat, soya and nuts
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Le Pain Des Fleurs Organic Crispbreads are delicious and naturally gluten free. Full of great nutritional benefits, they are free of major allergens and made without yeast, wheat, eggs, dairy, fat, soya, gluten and nuts. Crispbreads are quick and easy to eat for breakfast, to accompany meals or as a snack with a topping of your choice. Le Pain Des Fleurs crispbreads are produced in France and come in a choice of three flavours; buckwheat, chestnut or quinoa.
Organic Brown Rice Flour, Organic Quinoa Flour, Organic Whole Cane Sugar and Sea SaltSee all Product description
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I was very pleasantly surprised that I liked these Crispbreads! Inside the box there are 2 cellophane packs of Crispbreads with approx 17 pieces in each pack.
The texture is similar to a Quaver (tm) but more substantial and do not really melt on contact with the tongue, they are made to crunch.
When taken out of the pack, there is a feint peanut butter type aroma and the crispbreads have a slightly nutty taste. They are neither sweet or savory and therefore would be suitable for a variety of toppings. At time of writing I have only eaten them dry, but certainly enjoyed them, and they are certainly more filling once eaten than they look. Great for a light lunch or to keep in the desk drawer in the office to munch on.
However, my low mark for these Crispbreads, is because of the fact that they are horrendously expensive. It seems that any food that is targeted for specific dietary requirements carries a higher than average price tag, and this product is no exception. The average person in the street would not I am sure, be able to afford them.
I found hem much nicer to eat than other similar products. The really interesting thing is when I look at the nutrition analysis. It is hard to make something that tastes good and has more protein than fat. Look at how this compares with Jacobs cream crackers (per 100g):
Calories 397 432
Protein 9.6g 9.9g
Fat 4.6g 13.6g
Iron 2.4mg ?
Sodium 0.31g 0.6g
One third of the fat, half the salt and they taste a lot better (in my judgement). That justifies a 5 star rating. Whether it's worth paying that much I leave to you.
One quibble: The box boasts about the iron the iron content is actually quite low - you would need to eat about four 125g boxes to get your recommended intake.
Of course, many people trying Le Pain des Fleurs will not be looking for excuses to snack, but making a serious effort to lose some weight. At less than 15 Kcals per wafer (34 in a 125g pack), you are likely to be on a winner, just so long as you go easy with any spreads or toppings you put on them.
I find them entirely satisfactory on their own, and am pleased to find that even on their own they fill a hungry-hole very adequately. Toppings of all sorts quickly overwhelm that "subtle and original" taste.
On eating them alone the first sensation on the tongue is similar to Ryvita, but on biting and chewing the taste is much less strong than Ryvita. (Some people will in any case be turning to Le Pain des Fleurs because, being composed of brown rice flour and (in the case of this line) quinoa flour, it is gluten free, which Ryvita is not.) There is a little bit of salt there, and - surprisingly - some sugar. The aftertaste is quite sweet, but I think that is due more to the action on the starch of ptyalin (the enzyme in saliva) than the added sugar.
Perfect with a nice, soothing mug of herbal tea.
I liked them.
Oh, by the way they're the seeds of a relative of the tumbleweed...Thank you Mr Wales.
I thought the pack size was a bit big, smaller snack packs would be better.
However, I gave some to my 2 year old son, and he loved them. I started having some when he was eating them too, and have really grown to enjoy them. We both tend to eat them dry - I don't think they are as dry as a standard crispbread, so can easily be eaten without a topping, though can see they'd be nice with a bit of cheese, or even just some butter.
Recommended. I ate the pack in one sitting :)
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