5 Reviews

I was delighted to find this recipe because my DS loves goldfish but we can't ge them where we live. The taste was identical even though it didn't have the crunch of the cracker part. We loved it. Thank you for a wonderful recipe.

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Krista Roes January 18, 2009

These are very good! They puff up, so make sure to leave lots of space inbetween them. I didn't, and mine all ran together, although I was able to cut them apart after baking. Note that you do want them to get brown, even dark brown, the browner they are, the crunchier they are, you just don't want them to get black, haha! Also, season with an easy hand, the cheese is already pretty salty. I will definitely make these again.

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Michelle Berteig February 07, 2006

These are really tasty! They started getting a bit too dark after about 5 mins but they were yummy none the less. I used old bay seasoning on them and it provided just the right spice/salt/pepper taste. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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Gina*S May 23, 2005

Great snack for anyone on a low carb diet! Very easy to make, and they really taste like goldfish or cheez-its! I used a garlic/herb spice blend and am looking forward to trying out different spices with these.

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yogi May 09, 2005

These are wonderful! What a great idea for an after school snack. My kids loved them. They all thought they tasted like pizza. I can't wait to experiment with some different seasonings too. Thanks Ducky!

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Miss ~V~ May 04, 2005
Mock Goldfish Cheese Puffs