Rudolph Foods Snacks – Our Favorite – Cinnamon Twists @RudolphFoods


Rudolph’s is a major supplier of branded and private label snack products.  They are also the World’s largest Pork Rinds producer!  I was sent two bags of Cinnamon Twists and two bags of Pork Rinds to review.


I am not a big fan of Pork Rinds so it is very difficult for me to review them.  They come in four different flavors – Original, Hot and Spicy, Bold and Spicy BBQ, and Chile and Lime.  If you like Pork Rinds that is a phenomenal selection – hence the reason they are number 1!




The Cinnamon Twists however, are phenomenal.  Those two bags disappeared in two days.  They are light and airy with just enough cinnamon sweetness to leave us totally satisfied.  Now – totally by accident – we discovered the absolute best way to eat this!  Take a bite of vanilla ice cream with a Cinnamon Twist on top!  Totally tastes like fried ice cream.  Try it and you would not be able to walk away from it…  These are definitely a snack that we need to keep on hand – so much better than my kids grabbing a bag of some high calorie chips.  They are great for picnics, lunches, the beach, sitting by the pool and more.  Eat them any time you choose.  I am sure I could find a way to incorporate them into our breakfast plans!


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