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Nabisco And Kellogg, Beware: Homemade Snack Trend Looms On The Horizon

April 12, 2012: 08:36 AM EST
Food writer Joy Manning reports that baking crackers at home is not only easy, it saves money and is a feel-good project that will impress friends. But the article, based on interviews with cookbook author Alana Chernila, also uncovers a deeper trend: making homemade versions of familiar commercial snacks, such as Wheat Thins and Cheez-its. She began baking her snacks as a way to economize, but found her family liked her versions better and they had several advantages: no artificial coloring, preservatives, or high-fructose corn syrup. She also makes yogurt with real fruit and serves it up in reusable glass jars.
Joy Manning, "DIY pantry items: Make your own crackers, toaster pastries", The Philadelphia Inquirer, April 12, 2012, © Philadelphia Media Network Inc
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