Taste test: This snack kit contained three sections: one contained eight large round crackers with many holes in them, one had peanut butter and one had grape jelly.
After peeling the cover off, I didn't see a knife or other utensil for spreading the jelly and peanut butter, so I tried dipping the first cracker in the peanut butter to see how well that worked. It didn't work very well, as the cracker didn't pick up a whole lot of peanut butter. Once I ate the small dab of peanut butter it had picked up, I found that the cracker itself was very plain. For the second cracker, I got a knife from the kitchen of Taquitos.net's corporate headquarters and spread peanut butter and then jelly on it (just like in the picture). It was pretty good, but it didn't really duplicate the taste of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The jelly seemed to easily dominate the taste of the peanut butter. With two crackers now gone, I discovered that Smucker's had indeed included a yellow plastic spreading stick underneath the crackers, so I used it to put jelly and peanut butter on the remaining crackers. It worked, but it was kind of messy, particularly toward the end when the peanut butter and jelly chambers were getting empty. If you use the stick, you run considerable risk of getting jelly and/or peanut butter all over your hands and/or eating area.
Shop: Buy crackers on Amazon
Smell test: Very slight peanut butter smell near the peanut butter chamber, a fruity but not grapey smell near the jelly chamber.
From the package: “No Refrigeration Needed” ... “Due to processing each component contains milk, wheat and peanuts.” ... “Serving Sie 1 Package Calories 410 Calories from Fat 180”
Online store: Buy crackers on Amazon
Company: J.M. Smucker Co.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Market Basket. Review published .