Thursday, June 07, 2012

Review : Little Quacker Rice Biscuits

Recently I was approached by the lovely Sarah, from WordStorm, to review some Little Quacker Rice Biscuits


My initial reaction was that if they are for the 1-5 age group they probably wouldn’t be for us
But my goodness
Once you try these you won’t let your kids anywhere near them!!!
These biscuits are gluten, nut and egg free.
Have no artificial colours, additives or ingredients.
They are oven baked.

We received 2 boxes of the original flavour (little flecks of yum!) but they also come in a strawberry flavour.
The cute packaging opens to reveal 12, equally cute, foiled sealed packets, containing 2 biscuits each.
How good is that for Mum’s on the go with little ones?
How good is that for school lunch boxes?
How good is that for throwing into your handbag so you have something yummy at break time at work?!

So the girls and I dived in and had a packet each.
The first thing I noticed was the biscuit size.
I was thinking they would be a similar size to a rice cracker.
Each biscuit is nearly 10cm across.
All the girls were impressed and nagged me for the rest of the day
”Can we have another one? Can we have another one?”
So I think that would make it official… they liked them!
Will definitely be keeping these in mind when grocery shopping for lunch box fillers.

RRP $3.75 for a 60g box. Little Quacker Rice Biscuits are available in Coles and Woolworths and online at
Be warned, the website has some very cute music happening… cute tunes that might just get stuck in your head!

Disclosure: This is not a paid sponsored post. I received 2 complimentary packs of Little Quacker Rice Biscuits, for review purposes, and all opinions expressed are purely my own.

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