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A lot of snacks come across the desks of the staff at Spoon University by way of PR companies and entrepreneurs trying to get the word out about their brands. It's undoubtedly one of the perks of working at a food website. However, few of these snacks are actually written about. The food has to be either undeniably delicious, groundbreaking and never seen before, something we know our readers will be really excited about, Instagram-worthy, or a combo of all of the above. That's why, when my co-workers went crazy over some little cheese crackers, I was kinda surprised.

They're called Stacy's Cheese Petites, by the makers of Stacy's Pita Chips. They fall solely into that "delicious" category, which to be honest, makes them seem a little boring compared to Pumpkin Spice Cookie Straws, chips that taste like a lobster roll, Taco Bell's nacho fries, and PB&J ice cream. But no lie, I ate the whole bag in one day and had to surrender the rest to my co-workers who polished off another faster than you can say "free food." So, here's everything that you need to know about Stacy's Cheese Petites.

What are Cheese Petites?

Cheese Petites are baked with actual cheese and are "inspired by French cheese puffs," according to Stacy's website. They're salty and cheesy, kind of like Whisps or those dehydrated Parmesan crisps you get on a Sweetgreen kale caesar salad. But, their texture is more cracker-like, similar to a Cheez-It.    

They Come in Two Different Flavors


The crackers come in two different flavors, Romano With Garlic and Pepper and Parmesan With Rosemary. You don't need to eat them with anything, but if you were to, I'm betting they'd go great with a light cheese spread and a glass of vino (as most things do, amirite?). 

Where to Get Them

Stacy's Cheese Petites actually launched over the summer and they're available in most grocery stores. Unfortunately, however, it's been a little difficult to find them. Luckily, you can easily get both flavors on Amazon. Two bags will run you roughly $14.24, which isn't cheap for crackers, but they're well worth it. And speaking from experience, you might wanna stock up, just in case your co-workers find your super secret snack drawer. 😉