Product We Love: RW Garcia 3 Seed Crackers

Sweet Beet Crackers

I’m typically not someone who stocks boxes of crackers in my pantry. However, when I have guests coming, or when I create a good dip recipe (one coming soon!), crackers are required. Given that summer entertaining season is now here, crackers might be on your grocery list too, in which case you may want to seek out RW Garcia 3 Seed Crackers

As you know, we don’t frequently review products on this site, but these crackers are just that tasty, so here you go (you’re welcome)! Note: I received samples of these RW Garcia 3 Seed Crackers, however I am not being compensated in any way for this post and all opinions are my own.

RW Garcia 3 Seed Crackers are available in four flavors (I tried three of them): Harvest (a blue corn and pumpkin combo), Sweet Beet, Kale and Sweet Potato. There is also an organic version of these crackers which I did not sample (two new flavors are Lentil with Turmeric crackers and Chickpea crackers).

These are corn-based, gluten-free crackers that have a very simple, short ingredient list and feature a mixture of black sesame seeds, flax and chia seeds. I am not a flavored-snack person (which is why I don’t like seasoned chips, seasoned popcorn, etc), so the fact that these crackers are seasoned with just sea salt (so simple and good) makes me happy! The flavor of the ingredients shines through, which is what I like most about them. My favorite was the Sweet Beet crackers, but the Kale crackers were a very close second. The texture of these crackers is very much like a tortilla chip, but a bit thicker, and enhanced by the seeds. They are crispy, crunchy, colorful and sturdy enough for eating with dip (I tried them with hummus and a bean dip).

If you see RW Garcia 3 Seed crackers around, consider giving them a try (and take a look at the other RW Garcia products—I’m trying the Mixt tortilla chips next). Oh, and keep an eye out for a nice dip to serve with these tasty crackers—coming soon!

 

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