Gluten-free cracker options used to be pretty slim. My favorites were Blue Diamond Nut-Thins. Glutino also makes a ton of different cracker options, as do CrunchMaster and Mary’s Gone Crackers. However, all of these options are quite pricey, typically ranging from $4 to $7 a box.
Lately we’ve been seeing more mainstream companies offering gluten-free crackers at much lower prices ($2.50 to $3.50 a box). Some examples:
- Rice Thins Brown Rice Crisps and Crackers made by Christie. (These are our favourite, especially the Smoked Bacon and Gouda flavor!)
- Breton now offers gluten-free crackers (available at Costco and most major grocery stores).
- We’ve also heard that gluten-free Goldfish crackers are now available in the United States. We’ve e-mailed Campbell’s (who distributes the product in Canada) to ask about bringing them north of the border, but they’ve stated that market demand is not high enough. We’re hoping that will change soon! You can contact them at this site to request the product.
A final note: You might have seen ads for Triscuit brown rice crackers. These crackers are not gluten-free, although they do contain brown rice as an ingredient.
If you’ve got more gluten-free cracker suggestions, we’d love to hear them!