Carolyn’s Krisps, founded by Carolyn’s granddaughter Amie Kesler, blend the texture of a cookie with the krisp of a cracker. Deliciously dippable and perfectly pair-able, they are 100% plant-based and 100% ridiculously addictive.
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Available flavors include:
• Cheddar Krisps – Described as “a goldfish in cookie form, with a little kick,” these are ridiculously cheezy and have a little spice … but just a tiny kick that even the “I don’t like spicy” people still enjoy.
• Cinna Krisps – Reminiscent of a childhood favorite – cinnamon and sugar on buttered toast. (It’ll remind you of a grown-up version of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.) Still crunchy and krispy and 100% plant-based, sweetened with organic coconut sugar.
• Maple Pecan Krisps* – Do you like pancakes? If so, you will LOVE the Maple Pecan Krisps, the newest addition to the Krisp family. They bring back memories of slow weekend mornings, freshly made pancakes topped with maple syrup and family time. These Krisps are sweet, nutty, buttery and krispy. Sweetened with organic coconut sugar. * Limited Edition
With the looks of a cookie but the crunch and crispness of a cracker, Carolyn’s Krisps are perfect for any occasion. Plant-based snacking doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice satisfaction and flavor. Each flavor of Krisp is gluten-free, soy-free, and dairy-free. This means that no matter how discerning your diet, Carolyn’s Krisps have a place on every plate, stashed in every stroller, packed in every picnic, or tossed in every tote. Carolyn’s Krisps believes the future is in plants.
How it all started:
Born in Granny Carolyn’s cozy West Virginia kitchen, these ingenious Krisps were a hit at all their family holiday get togethers (well, Krisps and her mashed potatoes). After she passed, the family carried on her Krisp tradition at every holiday and eventually decided they were too good not to share with others.