Wasa Crackers OK for Nutrisystem?

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Anyone know if it's ok to sub wasa fiber rye crispbread with the chicken salad.

Instead of melba toast?.

Serving 1 slice.



Fiber 2g.

Protein 1g..

Comments (9)

Your question was: Wasa Crackers OK for Nutrisystem?.

Yep it's fine. I use it all the time..


Comment #1

I use one slice of Wasa sesame crispbread, 60 calories per slice, 1.5 g fat, no saturated fat or cholesterol with a wedge of Laughing Cow swiss light for a snack. Is that ok? There's no option for this particular flavor of Wasa, so I chose one that had the closest calorie count when recording...

Comment #2

Sorry but I need to know....what is a Wasa Cracker and where can I find them? I really really miss my crackers and would like to try these..


Comment #3

I too love the Wasa cracker with chicken and tuna salad. I get them at Big Lots, but they should be in the cracker section of the supermarket...

Comment #4

I usually have 2 light rye for 60 cals. I found them first at Big Lots but then found them at my local grocery store. They were in the cookie and cracker aisle..

I also was missing something crispy and crunchy. These are very crispy...

Comment #5

Love Wasa crackers. I use the "Light" Wasa crackers. 3 crackers=60 calories. Once in a while use the multi wheat melba toast and it's ok..

I buy them at my local Krogers and Whole Foods Store...

Comment #6

Wasa is a brand of Swedish crackers and crispbread available at most food chains, Giant, Weis etc in my PA area. Similar to Ry-Krisp, but better. The sesame crispbread is especially crunchy and tasty, as is the rye, whole grain. They are low in fat. Great with the Laughing Cow wedges...

Comment #7

Your snack is supposed to be a dairy/protein and a fruit. This doesn't fit the requirements...

Comment #8

These are good.... I sometimes crumble them up in my salads.....I also make my own croutons, I found the Pepperidge Farms Light Wheat bread. 45 cal a slice. Cut them up and spray with pam. and roast them on top of the stove in a skillet until brown and crunchy...

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