Taste Test: Whole Foods 365 Organic Cinnamon Graham Crackers

These are light and crispy, and not too sweet

Jane Bruce

Jane Bruce

The cinnamon graham crackers that are sold by Whole Foods’ in-house brand, 365, are different from the others that are on the market, but in a good way. Whereas the ones sold by Honey Maid, the most popular brand, are rather dense and sweet, these are light, crunchy, crispy, and not overly sugary.

There’s a pronounced wheat flavor from the first ingredient, organic wheat flour, and it’s sweetened with organic cane juice, honey, and molasses as opposed to straight sugar or high-fructose corn syrup. There’s a pronounced if not overpowering cinnamon flavor, and while they’re a bit on the dry side, as graham crackers always are ("I feel like I’m chewing sand," the only tester who had a negative opinion said), they’d do very well dunked into a glass of milk.

Overall, they hit that graham cracker sweet spot that you’re looking for, while dialing down the sweetness and dialing up the crispiness. They’d be a very good option to serve to kids as an after-school snack. Two cracker sheets contain 130 calories, 3 grams of fat, 24 carbs, and 7 grams of sugars. Honey Maid’s equivalent has the same amount of fat, but 20 more calories, 8 more carbs, and 3 more grams of sugar. 

Click here for all our Whole Foods' 365 product reviews. 

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