Taste Test: Grahamfuls

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Nabisco's Honey Maid is known for graham crackers.

Now, the sweet cracker often used in s'mores and pie crusts, is used for snacking.

Grahamfuls are new portable little sandwich snack bars, available in peanut butter, peanut butter and chocolate and banana vanilla cream.

Paulette Karwoski from Scranton said, "It was very good. It tasted like banana cream and I like graham crackers, besides."

Madeline Ashley from Virginia Beach said, "Excellent. It tastes just like a Reese's bar. I love peanut butter and chocolate, so this is perfect and it's a nice snack."

Each Grahamful sandwich has about 120 calories, around 5 grams of fat and about seven grams of sugar.

Alberto Hernandez from Olyphant knew exactly who would love these new snack bars: "Probably my wife, she loves peanut butter. So definitely she'd eat it."

A self-proclaimed graham cracker fanatic says he's known to munch on graham crackers straight out of the box, and loved new Grahamfuls.

"I was really excited when I saw the box," said Christopher Hanna from Mehoopany.

Hanna's twin brother, Dallas, said, "Yeah I'd buy a box. For at work and stuff."

Kathleen Cowher from Mehoopany said, "I think it has a really good banana taste... I didn't think it really would, but it does."

Mae Huffman from Tunkhannock showed a little culinary ingenuity when she tried Grahamfuls. "I thought the banana was awesome. I thought it would be really good crushed up on ice cream."

Honey Maid Grahamfuls go for about $2.99 a box.

There are eight individually wrapped snacks in a box.