The term gluten-free crackers is a little vague. There are sweet crackers, salty crackers and the bland kind you eat when you have a stomach ache. However, one thing we can all agree on is that they are crackers. Whether you sprinkle them over soup, slather them with cheese, tapenade or other spreads, or pop them in your mouth as is, crackers are special.
9. Ritz-Style Gluten-Free Crackers
Detailed recipe and credit – glutenfreeonashoestring.com
Speaking of nostalgia, the rich, buttery taste of Ritz crackers is something just about anyone can identify with. This gluten-free cracker recipe is not only easy, but is surprising close to the real thing! You can cut them in little squares, but for the most authentic look, look for a fluted biscuit cutter or small cookie cutter. Perfect when eaten on their own or topped with cheese, smoked meats or even peanut butter, this gluten-free recipe makes a great after-school snack or base for a party appetizer.