When it comes to gluten-free rice crackers, Food Should Taste Good has it down pat. Seriously, the first time I tried one of their rice crackers I was IN LOVE, and by love, I mean I ate copious amounts that are definitely not within the recommended serving size. These crackers are a great snack option for us gluten-free folks because they’re available in multiple flavors so your taste buds won’t get bored…like, ever.
Food Should Taste Good brown rice crackers give you that crunchy sensation that you’re looking for along with truly great taste. For an easy snack option, I love to divvy up portions to snack on at work, or I just grab the box for a day at the beach. They also make the perfect addition to any school lunch, as I highlighted in my appearance on Rebecca Regnier’s Full Plate TV Show. If you’re into dips or toppings for your crackers, you’re going to be even MORE in love with Food Should Taste Good. Why, you ask? Because the gluten-free rice cracker flavors complement countless serving variations.
Brown Rice Crackers Serving Ideas
If you’re entertaining or simply want to treat yourself to a classy snack, try the below serving options recommended by the Food Should Taste Good team. You can also visit their website for DELISH gluten-free recipe ideas with the gluten-free brown rice crackers.
- Spinach & Artichoke Dip
- Fontina Cheese
- Hot Pepper Jelly
- Manchego Cheese
- Caramelized Onion Dip
- White Bean Veggie Dip
- Parmesan Cheese
- Pesto Hummus
- Olive Tapenade
- Goat Cheese
- Fresh Fruit & Brie
I definitely recommend picking up a box of these gluten-free rice crackers the next time you see them at the grocery store. If you haven’t tried them yet, you’ll begin a love affair with a new gluten-free product. If you have tried them before, you’ll simply find other new and exciting flavors to add to your gluten-free arsenal!
To learn more about Food Should Taste Good, visit their website, www.foodshouldtastegood.com. You can also follow them on your favorite social sites, including Facebook, Twitter @FSTG_Chips, Instagram @FoodShouldTasteGood, and Pinterest @FSTGchips.