Triscuit is a brand of Nabisco snack crackers which take the form of square baked whole wheat wafers, which I am quite fond of personally. It was invented in 1900, a patent was granted in 1902, and the Shredded Wheat Company, in Niagara Falls, New York began production the next year. There is a wide variety of flavor options available, including, but not limited to: Original
Hint of Salt (low sodium)
Cheddar (discontinued for now)
Cracked Pepper and Olive Oil
Fire Roasted Tomato
Fire Roasted Tomato and Olive Oil
Rosemary & Olive Oil
Parmesan and Garlic
Balsamic and Basil
Rye with Caraway Seeds
Right now I am eating a box of Rosemary with Olive Oil flavored Triscuits. The ingredients are:Whole grain Soft White Winter Wheat(Try saying that 3 times fast!) Soybean Oil, Maltodextrin,Salt, Spices(includes Rosemary), Monosodium Glutomate(Flavor enhancer) (Otherwise known as MSG), Onion Powder, Natural flavor, Olive Oil.
They taste a bit more salty than the Original flavor. More dry, but the flavor packs more of a punch. They taste heavenly with a thin slice of sharp cheddar and a strawberry on top.
The box has two recipe recommendations on the back. Timeless turkey & cranberry: cover with 2 smoked turkey slices and a dab of cranberry relish. Sweet swiss pear: Top with a thin reduced-fat Swiss cheese slice thin fresh pear slice, and a light drizzle of honey.