Annie's Cheddar Bunnies - Like Goldfish, Only Better
We love it when someone takes a favorite food from our childhood and makes it better. Like Natural White Cheddar Cheetos. The Cheetos taste you remember, but made with real cheddar cheese. So while they may not be good for you, you can feel just a little bit better about eating them. (Okay, it's a stretch. But they're just so darn good.)
Anyway, we feel the same way about Annie's Homegrown Cheddar Bunnies. And this time, we think it's legit. Annie's are made with real cheddar cheese and organic wheat flour. They're made without hydrogenated oils (look ma, no trans fat!), and they're baked, not fried.
You can buy them in a large box or a tray of six 1 oz single serving snack packs (depending on whether you want to conserve packaging or control your portions). And bunnies are just plain cute.
Available at Annie's Homegrown.
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Posted by Jess Brooks at November 1, 2006 7:22 AM
So sorry to tell you that Annie's Cheddar Bunnies
are a complete disappointed. Bought a box at
Mother's. They are really so tiny that I had hoped
for some real taste. Alas, they are tasteless.
What cheddar? A big let down. I am going to throw
them out. That is really a no good product.