Cheez-It Original Crackers (24 oz., 2 pk.)
Why We Love This
Made with 100% real cheese, Cheez-It's have a bold taste that pleases kids and adults everywhere. And wherever there are Cheez-It's, cheesy smiles are sure to follow.
About this item
- Light and crispy bite-sized snack crackers made with real cheese and a dusting of salt
- A classic, family-favorite snack that's perfect for kids and adults
- Enjoy these Original crackers for gatherings, parties, snack spreads and more
- Pack in lunch boxes, totes and backpacks
- Packaged for freshness and great taste
Enjoy a crunchy, cheesy snack with Cheez-It® Original Crackers. These crispy snack crackers are made with 100 percent real cheese and a bold flavor that's pleasing to kids and adults alike.
How are Cheez-Its Made?
Cheez-It Original Crackers have a bold and unique flavor that many people find irresistible. They're made with 100 percent real cheese, which has been carefully aged for a bold flavor. They're also baked, not fried, offering a healthier alternative to many fried snacks.
An Ideal Snack for Many Occasions
These baked snack crackers come in bite-sized square pieces with their signature ridges around the edges and a little hole in the middle. They're ideal for just about any occasion, from lunchtime to party time. Set out a bowl of them with a party spread, pack them in a school or work lunch or grab a box and have a late-night snack.
A True American Classic
Kellogg's® Cheez-It crackers have been a pantry staple since 1921. In almost 100 years, the crackers have been acquired by a few different brands, but the original recipe has never changed. They're so irresistible that in 2002, the brand's slogan became "Get Your Own Box."
Are Cheez-It Crackers a Healthy Snack?
Each 27-piece serving of Cheez-It Original crackers is baked, not fried, and contains 150 calories, 0 grams of cholesterol and 3 grams of protein. They're a healthy alternative to many chips and other crunchy fried snacks on the market. You can feel confident packing these crackers in kids' lunches, snacking on them yourself and sharing them with your family.