Costco Shoppers Can't Get Enough Of These Almond Flour Crackers

If there's one thing that Costco gets right, it's the sheer variety of affordable products on offer that lets its customers pick and choose as per their preferences. As a piece by Eat This, Not That! highlighted last month, the brand has a plethora of really good items to pick from, such as the Beyond Meatballs, a convenient option for those who prefer following a meat-free lifestyle but don't want to miss out on the fun.

Another tempting product that customers can't get enough of? Keto-friendly bread from Natural Ovens, an option that's ideal for those who are on a ketogenic diet and are looking for something that's satisfying and low on carbohydrates at the same time. Let's be honest: wholesome crackers that can make for a satisfying snack are a terrific option when you need something to munch on.

These days, Costco's shoppers have found another item that is on its way to becoming a cult favorite: a box of healthy crackers that delivers in terms of both taste and health. Here's what you need to know about this product.

It's hard to turn down wholesome crackers

Almond Flour Crackers from Simple Mills are the perfect solution for a dilemma most of us have faced at some point — we don't want to miss out on snacking, but cannot afford (emotionally or nutritionally) to feel guilty. Available at Costco outlets, this snack is full of protein, utilizing ingredients such as almond flour, flax seeds, and sunflower seeds.

Shoppers are raving about the crackers on Instagram already. One Instagram user called this snack 'absolutely delicious' and said that they like the product more than the regular options. Another user wrote that they love them so much that they couldn't resist getting their hands on two big boxes when they found out the crackers were available at discounted prices at their local Costco outlet.

According to the Simple Mills official website, these snacks are baked using organic sunflower oil and are suitable for vegans. A commentator on the site wrote that they follow a restricted diet and find that the crackers fit really well into their diet plan: "...Sometimes, [I] eat a handful after a meal if the meal didn't give me enough crunch. And the strangest way I love them: when I have a tension headache that leaves me feeling a little sick, a handful of these make me feel so much better."