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When I was a kid, I loved crackers with cheese. Sometimes I would put pieces of cheese on the crackers, while other times I would use cheese out of a can. Still other times, my mom would get one of those little plastic packages with the crackers and cheese dip right in them, right down to the little red stick you could use to spread the cheese.
I may be older now, but I haven’t lost that love of cheese and crackers. Better yet, because I’m older, I have the means to get them if and when I feel like it.
My favorite kind of cracker is a butter cracker, like the Kellogg’s Club Cracker. Light, flaky, salty, and buttery, these crackers are great not only with cheese but also in things like chicken noodle soup. Helpfully, Aldi sells an imitation of the Club Cracker under its Savoritz private label.
Savoritz Club House Crackers are an Aldi Regular Buy, which means you can find them in stores all the time. At the time of this post, the crackers cost $1.85 for a 13.7-ounce box. That’s 13.5 cents an ounce, which is a lot less than the 21.8 cents an ounce I’d pay for the name brand.
The Aldi crackers, which are shamelessly packaged to look like their name brand counterpart, come with three separate plastic sleeves of crackers. The sleeves are easy enough to open, and just as easy to pull crackers out of. The sleeves can be folded closed but aren’t resealable, so if you’re going to have them around for a while after opening them, putting them in a sealable bag or container might not be a bad idea.
The best thing I can say about these crackers is that they taste just like the name brand. They’re light and tasty, with the butter and salt flavors I’m used to. They pair well with cheese or whatever else I want to pair them with.
Nutritionally, they’ve got some salt, fat, and carbs, and since a serving is only 4 crackers, those numbers can add up fast. The package also notes allergen warnings about wheat and soy.
Savoritz Club House Crackers are just what the doctor ordered when it comes to a rectangular butter cracker. They taste like the name brand, and at a cheaper price.