We put the popular Costco Kirkland brand Organic Animal Crackers to the test. We wonder are Kirkland animal crackers the best? We compared Wellsley Farms Animal crackers from BJs Wholesale club to Kirkland Organic Animal crackers. Which one tastes better? That's the real question. We also look at cost and ingredients.
Watch our six and eight year old blind taste test the two and share with you their winner.
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Are Kirkland Animal Crackers the Best? Let's Compare Rivals BJ's Wholesale Club to Costco Wholesale
I had my daughter's help out on this one.
After tasting both crackers both kids chose Costco Kirkland brand animal crackers.
My husband choose these as well. Me on the other hand? Yep, I chose Costco on this one too.
Kirkland Organic Animal Crackers are $8.99 for 4 lbs. Wellsley Farms Animal Crackers are $4.99 for 2 lbs.
Leave it to my husband to make the comment saying ” At least these animal crackers look like animals” – referring to the Kirkland brand.
Even though the ingredients are so similar the Kirkland brand do taste sweeter and the texture is a better.
Both animal crackers dipped in Jif Chocolate Peanut Butter are delicious though.
If you don't have a Costco close, the BJs brand Wellsley Farms animal crackers are a great price and still a good cracker.
We are picking Costco on this one though.
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