By Mike Thayer
If you're following a gluten free diet, you already know that gluten free products are typically more expensive than their traditional counterparts.
Crackers are no exception. You can easily spend $4 or $5 on a bag of gluten free crackers and not only are they more expensive, you're not getting as many crackers either, with packaging typically weighing in at 4.5 to 5 ounces. Compare that to traditional crackers, let's go with Ritz crackers for example and on the average you can get a Family Size package - 1 lb, 4.5 oz. - for under $4. You can get a box of original Triscuit crackers for about $2.50 - a 8.5 ounce box, or a box of Keebler Club crackers, also about $2.50 but for a 10 ounce box.
Enter Live G Free crackers....
Available at Aldi and coming in a 4.25 ounce bag, you only shell out $1.99 for these crackers! That's less than half of what you typically pay for gluten free crackers anywhere else. These crackers are tasty whether eaten by themselves or included in a snack tray offering. They hold up to dips, stack well with meats and cheeses and come in a variety of flavors. Tried on this occasion, the Sea Salt crackers were quite delicious, the flavors are on point. Other flavors available are Rosemary & Olive Oil, Black Sesame and Sweet Chili - I'm trying that one next!
If you are living the gluten free diet, these crackers are a great option, tasty and easier on the snack budget vs. other Gluten Free cracker brands. I'm giving Live G Free Sea Salt crackers 4 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars. They're a repeat buy!
$pend Wisely My Friends.....