Do you know what this is?
Yes, it’s an empty bag. It used to be a full bag of Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Rollers. It was a treat from a friend. She told me to share with the family and that’s what I did. I was about to take a photo of the unopened bag. I stepped away to find the camera and when I came back, well, the bag was already opened and a few of the rice rollers had disappeared. I managed to at least snap a photo of what they look like.
Next thing you know, the entire bag is GONE. I’m not sure how many I ate and how many the rest of the family inhaled but the bag was empty before the day was done.
The Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Rollers are made with the following ingredients: white rice, cane juice, rice syrup, and agar.
What does a Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Roller taste like? Think giant roll of deliciously crunchy puffed rice with just a hint of sweetness. They’re crisp and have a definite snap to them. I sometimes find the typical rice crispy square (you know, the ones made with marshmallows and butter) to be too sweet or sticky for my palate. For me, these Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Rollers were just the perfect blend of crunch and sweetness. Obviously, I wasn’t the only one who felt that way given the very empty bag!
The Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Rollers are gluten free, vegan, fat free, low in sodium, and have no cholesterol. For a snack, I’d say that’s a pretty decent list.
Granted, we probably shouldn’t have eaten them all in one day but oh well….
For those of you who are interested, here is what you’ll get from 1 Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Roller:
A big ‘thank you’ to my pal for introducing me to these Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Rollers – they’re a nice addition to the ongoing roster of snack foods. They’re not too sweet and not too filling and certainly not too icky to stay on that roster list.
If you happen to stumble across a bag of these Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Rollers, you may just want to give them a test drive!
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