Healthy Crackers To Buy
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Crackers can seem so innocent. You crumble them into soup, nibble on them with ginger ale when you're sick, or top 'em with cheese when sipping a little vino. But when it comes to wholesome ingredients and reasonable nutritional information, healthy crackers can seem nowhere in sight.
Plus, crackers can be a part of a healthy diet by encouraging you to eat other healthy foods as toppings, such as peanut butter, cheese, olives, smoked salmon, and hummus. Of course, with most nutrition advice, moderation is key: \"Be mindful of your cracker toppings as what you consume with your crackers can lead to excess calorie, fat, or sodium consumption,\" says Appel.
You can't beat the purity of this recipe: whole wheat, oil, and salt. Period. It's what led to many dietitians recommending Triscuit as one of the healthiest crackers you can buy. \"I recommend Triscuit crackers because they offer lots of different bold flavors,\" says Kostro Miller. \"Even their flavored crackers like the cracked pepper and olive oil only has 140 milligrams of sodium per serving. Their other flavors as well are very satisfying, and whole-grain wheat tends to be the first ingredient!\"
For a crispbread-like texture in cracker form, Mary's Gone Crackers are a classic. You'll almost always see Mary's Gone Crackers on lists of the healthiest crackers because they taste great, are made with simple ingredients, and check a lot of dietary boxes: gluten-free, organic, vegan, and non-GMO. Dietitian Rachel Fine, MS, RD, CSSD, CDN, owner of To The Pointe Nutrition says these crackers \"are another favorite high-fiber option with a mix of fibrous grains and seeds.\"
Along with the natural fiber and protein found in the four seeds (flax, chia, poppy, and hemp), Back to Nature boost the muscle-building, satiating protein count in these crackers by adding plant-based pea protein powder. A serving of these crackers will fill you up with more protein than an egg!
If you're on a low-carb or keto diet, these almond flour-based crackers are your best bet with just 3 grams of net carbs per serving. They're low in sodium and get their protein punch from almonds and egg whites and extra fiber from flaxseeds.
\"These crackers are low in calories and pack in a good amount of dietary fiber to keep you feeling full. Due to the size and shape of these crackers, you can use them as an alternative to bread giving you a satisfying crunch!\" says Appel. The wheat germ, bran, and whole-grain rye in these crackers really amp up the fiber content here, while the sesame seeds add in healthy fat. While Wasa is our favorite high-fiber cracker, it can also be used for weight loss. Soloff also recommends Wasa for clients who don't like the graininess of GG's.
If you're looking for a healthy cracker for kids, Annie's has your answer. \"Annie's Whole Wheat Bunnies are excellent whole grain snacks for kids. I give them to my 5-year-old son. They taste great and packed with nutrients and fiber!\" says registered dietitian nutritionist Sandra Murray Gultry, MS, RDN, LDN, CSOWM, and owner of It's All About Choices. This wholesome Annie's pick packs in organic whole wheat flour, sunflower oil, and a bit of real cheddar for a subtle flavor. You'll find zero artificial preservatives in this box.
Although it doesn't meet our fiber requirements, Rustic Bakery is a dietitian-approved cracker when you're whipping up a fancy cheese plate. \"Hands down the best store-bought crackers are from Rustic Bakery. The sourdough option is my favorite because the baking involves fermentation, which attracts yeast and bacteria. These live organisms digest the complex starches in the dough. The length of time that the dough ferments is directly related to the break-down of gluten in a process called hydrolysis,\" says Laura Lagano, MD, RDN, CDN, integrative & functional nutritionist with an in-person & virtual private practice. Lagano notes that fermented crackers like this can be helpful for people who are sensitive to gluten, but they're still not best for individuals with Celiac disease.
Let's rewind for a second: What actually qualifies as a \"healthy cracker\" in the first place As Maggie Moon, R.D., perfectly puts it: \"I'm a fan of crackers that feel like real food. I know that may sound nebulous, but you know it when you see it and when you taste it. They feel substantial. You know there's good stuff inside. You might even imagine making some yourself.\"
\"Crackers are a simple food, and the ingredient list should reflect that. There's no reason for store-bought crackers to have artificial ingredients,\" says Moon. \"In fact, there are plenty of options available today that are made with simple ingredients you'd find in a well-stocked pantry.\"
When it comes to a simple, reliable healthy cracker, Moon says her favorite is from Ak-Mak. These are a traditional Armenian-style flatbread cracker, made with organic whole wheat flour, sesame seeds, and oil, along with a touch of clover honey for sweetness. It's worth noting that in addition to honey, these do include a bit of dairy butter, so they're not vegan-friendly.
A healthier alternative to the cheesy crackers I used to love as a kid, these white cheddar baked squares are delicious on their own or as part of a snack tray. Again these little crackers do include sunflower oil, but we appreciate that it's expeller-pressed and organic like every other ingredient on the list.
It's natural to want to find the healthiest crackers that also taste great, so when you have that indulgent pre-dinner snack, you can rest assured that you are choosing a whole grain or seed-filled healthy cracker that is not only tasty and a perfect match for your choice of spread, cheese or non-dairy topper, but that you're feeding your body healthy ingredients that will fill you up but not spike blood sugar or come with a host of chemicals in the mix.
Here we taste-tested healthy store-bought crackers and found a few classics and some brand new ones that are healthy and crisp, with the perfect blend of salt and flavor. Serve these whole grain crackers that are also high in fiber to your family or keep them handy as a snack. Yes, classic Triscuits made the cut.
So when you go to the store, just be sure to find one of these crackers to take home. If you're curious about how your favorite cracker stacks up, simply check the labels and avoid sketchy processed \"vegetable oils\" as well as any added sugar. Always make sure the first ingredient on the label is a whole food such as whole wheat or minimally processed flour. The higher the fiber and the lower the calories per cracker the better.
Bob's Red Mill makes some of the healthiest product lines around, so if you're looking for organic ingredients, minimally processed or full of healthy whole foods, try these Rosemary Oat Crackers. They are made with oat flour so they are not only tasty but gluten-free!
There;'s so much to love about Back to Nature Crackers: The recycled cardboard box, the fact that the plant sends 95 percent of its solid waste back to be recycled, and prints the labels using vegetable ink. Plus the crackers themselves are made with flax, chia, hemp, and sunflower seeds and have 7 grams of protein per serving. Stock up and serve these to guests. They are as visually elegant as they are delicious.
There's a taste to indulgent crackers that melt in your mouth and Hu Kitchen manages to satisfy that richness but with truly healthy ingredients. These grain-free crackers are both gluten-free and have a wholesome retro taste. Made from almond, coconut, and cassava flour, you get 4 grams of protein with your cracker snack!
Anyone who loves a multi-grain taste will adore these crackers, which are both healthy and low-calorie. The texture adds such a pleasure to your snack that you need less cheese or spread to feel fully satisfied. Keep these on hand for every occasion.
This simple, clean cracker is made from a blend of almonds, sunflower seeds, and flax seeds, providing shoppers with a tasty, allergen-friendly cracker. Even though this cracker has 8 grams of fat per serving, the seed- and nut-based fats are packed with vitamin E and omega-3s. These slightly salty crackers are an excellent addition to your vegan cheese board.
Perhaps it's a pleasant surprise to know that the most classic cracker of all, the Triscuit, is also a healthy choice. Made with whole wheat and salt, and no added sugar, six crackers have 120 calories, and 3 grams of fiber (plus 3 grams of protein). In the same way Shredded Wheat tastes healthy, so do Triscuits, which are essentially the same thing. They are like a mini basket weave of whole wheat fibers, each one a miniature floor mat.
Make no mistake about it, Wasa tastes healthy like eating cardboard or tree bark, but in the best possible way. Once you get a taste for them, you don't like a richer or creamier less crisp cracker. These are fun to break into two and watch the dust float in the air before settling. With 5 grams of fiber and 60 calories per serving, these are like like architectural planks, ready to be stacked with any type of cheese, spread, or hummus. A serving size of 2 crackers is almost too much. You'll only need one to feel full and satisfied!
It's natural to want to find the healthiest crackers that also taste great, so when you have that indulgent pre-dinner snack, you can rest assured that you are choosing a whole grain or seed-filled healthy cracker that is not only tasty and a perfect match for your choice of spread, cheese or non-dairy topper, but that you're feeding your body healthy ingredients that will fill you up but not spike blood sugar or come with a host of chemicals in the mix...\\nRead More 781b155fdc