If you've recently purchased any Kelloggs or Keebler snacks , you better check and see if they aren't on the recall list.

The company has issued a recall on several of their snack products due to possible peanut contamination.

WGN reports that the company issued a voluntary recall on some of their snacks due to contamination with peanut residue. One of it's suppliers just had a recall on their wheat flour, which Kelloggs uses in their snacks, due to having "low levels of peanut residue."

The products being recalled have "limited dates of production of Mother’s, Keebler, Kellogg’s Special K brownies, Murray and Famous Amos snacks and cookies."

Although no illness have been reported, the company is exercising caution and taking measures to just have those items returned and taken off store shelves.

To see the complete list of recalled products with possible peanut residue click here.