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Sometimes I get in the mood for something sweet, but don’t want a cake type of thing because they’re too sweet or I’m not in the mood for that texture. Recently I was offered the opportunity to try the latest addition to the Nabisco line – Newtons Fruit Thins.
ABOUT NEWTONS FRUIT THINS
Try our newest line of products – Newtons Fruit Thins! A thin, crispy cookie baked with real fruit and 8 grams of whole grains per serving. Our Blueberry Brown Sugar Fruit Thins combine real blueberries with sweet brown sugar for a perfectly unique combination.
Newtons Fruit Thins are available in four flavors – Blueberry Brown Sugar, Cranberry Citrus Oat, Fig and Honey, and Chocolate Raspberry. I received the Blueberry Brown Sugar Newtons Fruit Thins. The 10.5 ounce package contains about 30 cookies. The cookies really are flat, their size is more that of a cracker than a cookie to me.
I really enjoyed the taste of these cookies. The texture of these is different then most cookies, these cookies are crispy like a cracker. They’re sweet, but not quite as sweet as a cookie or cake. They’re also pretty light, sort of like a tea biscuit, unlike some of the cookies out there that are heavy that you can only eat one of. The flavor of the Blueberry Brown Sugar Fruit Thins reminded me of the flavor of blueberry muffins. I enjoyed these and will be watching for them to go on sale in the store.
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