Chicken in a Biskit vs Chicken Flavored Snack Crackers

While on vacation with my sister and brother-in-law, Rick, we got some chicken flavored biscuts. Rick is a fan and the only person I know who eats Chicken in a Biskit so I sat down with him and Ethan (my sister refused) to evaluate these poultry-themes crackers.

Chicken in a Biskit:
The first thing Ethan and I noticed was the extreme saltiness of these crackers. Rick described the texture as moist and flaky, which it was. My 3 1/2 year old nephew said they smell like chicken. I don’t know if I’d say these tasted like chicken if they were called something else but I guess it was something like dry chicken soup mix in a cracker, although Ethan did note that they do actually have dehydrated chicken in it as well.

Chicken Flavored Snack Crackers:
I thought these crackers looked “friendlier” somehow but all every one at the table had to say about these were “gross” or “just gross”. That’s because they were. the only description I could drag out of anyone (other than gross) was “stale” and Ethan said it’s tastes like the grey pieces of chicken in cans of soup, and it really did capture that essence. My nephew wouldn;t even try it after sniffing it.

Wrap up:
Chicken in a Biskit wins for not being a totally repulsive cracker. I won’t be buying these again though because they’re way too salty and I don’t like things with MSG but if you have to pick one of these we’d suggest Chicken in a Biskit over the second rate version.

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6 thoughts on “Chicken in a Biskit vs Chicken Flavored Snack Crackers

  1. Ohmygosh! I’ve been eating Chicken in a Biskit since I was a kid. They really take me back to my childhood. I’ve got a box sitting in my pantry that’s calling to me now.

  2. When I was a kid, these were my favoritest crackers EVAR. I may need to go out and get some to see if they can withstand the Memory Test.

  3. I have to say that Chicken in a Biskit was not at all how I remembered having it as a child. When I was young, the ‘chicken” was actually [i]in[/i] the ‘biskit’. These days, it’s more ‘sprinkled lightly on top of’.
    I believe they must’ve changed the formula when the transfat scare went around. Oreos have the same problem now.

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