graham cracker crumbs

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By KathyM on Fri, 12-22-06, 17:03

Does anyone use Nabisco Honey Maid Graham Cracker Crumbs? I called them and they said they would label if there were any traces of peanuts or tree nuts in the ingredients. They would label "may contain...." They do not label "Made in the same facility as...." but they take all precautions in sanitizing and cleaning, etc.

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By kandomom on Fri, 12-22-06, 17:52

Yes, I have used the crumbs. Never had a problem. Now I just make crumbs out of the whole Nabisco graham crackers, rather than buying the crumbs separately.

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By tidina on Sat, 12-23-06, 00:13

we use the cookies and the pie crusts

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By meleldredge on Sat, 12-23-06, 16:26

Hi All,

I use Teddy Grahams. They make the best pie crusts.

Meleldredge

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By mcmom on Mon, 12-25-06, 02:55

We use them often (three times in the last month!) with no problems [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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By perezrap on Mon, 12-25-06, 03:10

We use the graham crackers all the time without incident. We use Nilla wafers for crusts only because we like the taste better.

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By Jen224 on Thu, 12-28-06, 03:24

We use Keebler graham crackers--and then I use the food processor to make a graham cracker crust.

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By Jimmy's mom on Sun, 12-31-06, 13:50

I just stick graham crackers in a zipper bag and go over it with a rolling pin. It's faster than even just taking out the food processor, and there's no cleanup--just toss the bag.

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