Sunday, May 18, 2014

Rudolph's Cinnamon Churros Review & Giveaway**Closed**



I recently got to try another Rudolph's snack product and if you remember not that long ago I had tried their Pork Rinds and had told you all about those, now they have something sweet to try and that is their Cinnamon Twists or Churros, whichever way you would like to call them.

As with the Pork Rinds, these are also very delicious and just the right amount of cinnamon and sugar to make them perfect!


I hope that you can see this well enough to notice the cinnamon that is on these twists. They are also multigrain, which makes them even better as far as a snack because you are getting your fiber intake as well. They are just as crunchy as a pork rind but with a sweet cinnamon taste. You will also be glad to know that they are Trans Fat Free!


I took another picture so hopefully between the two, you can see all the cinnamon. Also, you can eat 20 pieces of these twists and the calories will only be 140, so that is another good reason to keep them around for those times when you just have to have something sweet but need to watch your calories. They have no Cholesterol which is good for me since mine tends to waiver from time to time.

Actually, there is only 4 grams of sugar in each serving, so you really aren't getting overloaded on that either. These make the perfect after school snack or that after dinner snack for when you don't want to eat too much but just have a sweet tooth attack and need to get it settled.


Whichever snack you chose from Rudolph's, I am sure that they will please your taste bud as we haven't tried one yet that wasn't good. Besides the pork rinds, they make some awesome Popcorn, Cracklins, Curls and Strips. They also have some OnYums, which are like fried Onion Rings and I haven't gotten to try those yet, but I bet they are just as good as the rest of them.

About Rudolph Foods:
For 57 years, Rudolph Foods’ commitment to excellence has been passed from generation to generation, just like their love for flavorful, traditional pork rinds snacks. 
In 1955, John Rudolph learned of an untapped market for pork rinds and the Ohio entrepreneur quickly launched his own company producing pork rinds from smoked bacon rinds.

Two years later the company would face its first big challenge, the meat industry no longer smoked the rind on the bacon. Under pressure to save their fledgling business, John’s wife, Mary, put her home economics background to work and invented a revolutionary process the company still uses today. 
With Mary’s surefire recipe and John’s leadership, Rudolph Foods became a snack industry success story. Since then, John and his sons have continued to dramatically expand their business and the family tradition. 
Today, the company has seven facilities in the United States and three International ventures. With more than 400 employees, Rudolph Foods has launched into new areas of the snack food industry while maintaining its presence as the nation’s leading producer of pork rinds and cracklin snacks.
You can buy Rudolph's products at Dollar General stores.

Connect with Rudolph Foods:

Corporate Office
6575 Bellefontaine Road
Lima, OH 45804
Ph: 419-648-3611 ** Fax: 419-648-4087
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The great folks at Rudolph's will be giving 3 winners each 3 bags of Cinnamon Twists! You will love these. Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!

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15 comments:

Janet said...

I would love to try the pork rinds

Julie Wood said...

I want to try the OnYums onion flavored rings. I did not know that these products are sold at Walmart!

Julie Wood
jewelwood55(at)gmail dot com

Gala said...

I'd love to try their Rudolph's Chile Limon Chicharinas

Maryann D. said...

I would like to try the Southern Recipe Cheesy Jalapeño Curls.
Maryann D.
twinkle at optonline dot net

chadro said...

Everything looked so good but I think I'd like to try the Rudolph's Original Onyums and the Rudolph's Pork Cracklin Pellets

Beatriz said...

mmmm chile limon!

Jackie said...

I would love to try the Rudolph's Original Onyums.
Thank you for the review and giveaway!

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rochelle said...

I would like to try the hot and spicy pork rinds

Laura Harris said...

the onion rings and the popcorn1

rachel said...

I'd try the Lee’s BBQ Cracklins »

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heymissvirginia said...

I would love to try the hot and spicy pork rinds.
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faith madore said...

These cinnamon twists are delicious dipped in natural peanut butter. You gotta try it!