Tzatziki Triscuit Review

Tzatziki Triscuits

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Triscuits in my book are just ok. I’ve never really been in love with their flavor, but they are sometimes good with cheese or something. How I wound up trying a box of Tzatziki Triscuits I’m not sure.

For back story, I was at the store and wandered into the cracker aisle to pick up a box of Chicken in a Biskit crackers to replace one that I may have devoured at one of my girlfriend’s houses, not knowing that they were her favorite too. She didn’t get many of that first box…

As for the Tzatziki Triscuits, they were on sale and the flavor sounded intriguing, falling in that category of really bad or 🤢 🤮. So of course, I had to try them.

Tzatziki is pretty much yogurt, lemon, olive oil, garlic, and a little dill. I’m not sure what the food scientists at the Mondelēz food science were shooting for, but I feel like they missed. The Tzatziki Triscuits takes pretty much like a standard Triscuit, but with a handful of dill dropped on top.

These might be good with something like some smoked salmon on top but on their own, they aren’t good. That is as bluntly as I can put it. I’m pretty sure the rest of the box is going to go to feeding squirrels and Stellar Jays. I’m pretty sure the crows won’t even touch them.

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