Wheat crackers are so boring, so passe, especially with so many people showing signs of wheat sensitivity. But if wheat and gluten are out, what’s in?
Crackers and chips made with other whole grains, nuts and legumes. They sound like wholesome hippie fare, but they’re a new breed of great-tasting, gluten-free snack.
These flat discs offer terrific crunch and a taste to match. They’re available in a bunch of flavors, from toasty original to assertive black pepper. One serving — about 13 crackers — contains 140 calories, 5 fat grams, 190 milligrams sodium and 3 grams each of fiber and protein.
All chips and crackers are preservative-free and available at Whole Foods and some supermarkets including Publix and Fresh Markets.