Joseph Haughton at his home in Dublin, Ireland created the cream cracker.
This food was roughly brought into production around 1885 by William Jacob in a small backery.
It is typically around 8 cm square and is similar to matzo.
The name “cream crackers” refers to the method in which the mixture is creamed during the manufacturing process.
So can hamsters eat cream crackers?
Yes, but only a little bit and not often.
These crackers do not have any nutritional value or benefits to hamsters and therefore these crackers shouldn’t be part of their regular diet.