Even better, you can share it not just with your kids and BFFs but also your horse and dog!! It's called Toats--which is what my little kiddies used to call the browned bread they ate with their scrambled eggs, but it's much more nutritious and tasty.
Not exactly a cracker, and not exactly a cookie, it's uniquely like both of these things, created from oats and almonds and honey and flax.
And I was captivated.
Not only are Toats crunchy and yummy and simply, satisfyingly sweet, they are wheat, egg, and dairy-free, have 0 trans fats, and are a good soure of Omega 3 and fiber.
It doesn't stop there. The packaging is biodegradable, recyclable, chlorine-free, and 100% PCU paper. (What's that? I'll have to go to their website to find out. Ah yes...PCU is Post Consumer Use.)
They have a wee package enclosure, Toats Tidbits ("Feed Your Body, Feed Your Mind"). My package has one that talks about the history and wonders of flax ("We go way back"), although I had to dig out the magnifying glass to read it. (Clearly I need to lay off the junk and eat more things like Toats.)
Officially, Toats is available at two WF outlets in these parts. Maybe my WF will be the third. I hope so. If not, I'll do the online thing available on their website.