Trader Joe’s Parmesan Crisps, Sourdough Bread

These Trader Joe’s parmesan crisps are a crunchy and cheesey snack that tastes like a crispy, buttery and garlic flat crouton. I’m not sue exactly where these fall in terms of being a huge crouton or small piece of crunchy bread. I like the flavor of these, especially since they are made with sourdough bread and parmesan cheese, but they aren’t the most amazing snack in the world. I think these could be good broken up in salads, or to put on the side of a good plate of mussels or clams for dipping. ………….

  • 150 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 4 oz
  • Made with Parmesan cheese, sourdough bread, butter and garlic

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Parmesan Crisps at Trader Joe’s

There are a few different crunchy cheese snacks at Trader Joe’s, so these sort of fly under the radar. I can easily snack on these because of the good flavor and crunch but I think getting these sopping in some cioppino or other seafood dishes is my favorite way to eat these. What recipe or other way does everyone like to eat these Trader Joe’s parmesan crisps? I honestly didn’t even know these existed until fairly recently when I spotted them on the shelf above the freezers at TJs. I’d say if you like sourdough and cheese, you may as well give these a shot. And if you can’t make it to TJs, give these items a try…..

Whisps Parmesan & Cheddar Cheese Crisps Variety Pack | Back to School Snack, Keto Snack, Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Low Carb, High Protein | 0.63oz (12 Pack)

Moon Cheese, 5 Pack Variety (Cheddar, Gouda, Pepper Jack, Bacon Cheddar, Garlic Parmesan), 100% Cheese and Low-carb, 2 oz. A low carb, no-sugar snack alternative to protein bars and shakes.

Price: $3.99

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14 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Parmesan Crisps, Sourdough Bread

  1. Should NOT have cancelled this product!! Very disappointed. Hopefully, it will return. Same with the salt & vinegar potato chips, which I just found out today has been discontinued, as well. Also the refrigerated bruschetta, and the garlic cheese croutons. All my faves gone. Come on TJ!!

    1. I totally agree!! These and the Sesame Dressing were so popular… I don’t understand why they discontinued them, and the people working there said that they have had so many complaints…. This makes no sense ….Successful businesses don’t discontinue their most popular products

  2. Yes! Bring them back! I asked a salesperson about Parmesan Crisp and she informed me that they didn’t sell well, “Hum, Really” I buy them by the bunch. I have wine and cheese events all the time and I love them, and so do my customers. I know there have been times when I went in to buy them and they were out, When I asked about them I was told they were sold out due to demand. I’m shopping TJ’s less and less, They keep discounting products I purchase all the time.

    1. The price of the ingredients for certain items has increased dramatically. The vendors can no longer produce them for the price TJ’s demands to pay and TJ’s will not increase their retail price, thus the items are discontinued. This is definitely true with the parmesan and bread used in these crisps. Unless they are huge sellers, TJ’s will not take the loss in profits.

  3. My kids would only eat soups with this and I would buy them in bulks. Now they don’t eat any type of soups and I’m so sad about this. Please bring it back

  4. Ditto to all the above..”didn’t sell well” TJ’s but they continue to frustrate me..

    1. Really is a shame, I think most customers who love this product would gladly pay the extra costs necessary to continue selling Trader Joe’s Parmesan Crisps. Perhaps at the least direct customers to a this product sold elsewhere or even provide the recipe so we can bake our own.

  5. My mom introduced these to me when she and my dad moved to Sun City, Az. We loved them. I continued to buy them religiously after she passed away. I am so sad that these were a staple, as was the TJ’s Blue Cheese Pizza’s back then. Just so sad TJ’s arbitrarily discontinues items that loyal customers cherished…I too have stopped shopping at TJ’s as often. They seem to put out their flyer for goofy new items while they let their customers faves go by the wayside. How about an oldies but favorites isle for the rest of us????

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