GFF Faves: The Best Gluten-Free Crackers

To select the best nationally available gluten-free crackers, we gathered a group of eight mostly non-GF food lovers and pros to blind taste 38 different varieties. A novella’s worth of notes and many gallons of water later, we proudly present our picks for basic crackers worthy of a place in your cupboard.
by Amy Copperman

Crackers

Glutino Original Table Crackers
Our preferred Saltine substitute
amazon.com

Crunchmaster Baked Rice Crackers, White Cheddar
Crisp and light with addictive cheddar popcorn properties
crunchmaster.com for store locator

Mary’s Gone Crackers, Original
Hearty, healthy, non-GMO, organic, and crunchy with big seed taste
amazon.com

Crunchmaster Multigrain Crisps, Sea Salt
Light and crispy with slightly sweet brown rice and sesame flavors
crunchmaster.com for store locator

Glutino Cheddar Crackers
Less cheddar-y and more flaky, buttery, and Ritz-like
amazon.com or glutino.com 

Crunchmaster Cheddar Cheesy Crisps (No longer available)
The kids’ favorite; like Doritos, complete with finger-lickin’ cheese dust
crunchmaster.com for other varieties

Blue Diamond Almond Nut-Thins, Hint of Sea Salt
Easy low-sodium nibblers with light almond taste
amazon.com

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19 Comments on “GFF Faves: The Best Gluten-Free Crackers”

  1. Check out Shar’s Table Crackers. Those are buttery and light enough to be reminiscent of saltines to me 🙂

  2. I know it may sound crazy, buying a “kosher” cracker when I’m not even Jewish but my favorite cracker, I practically live on is Yehuda Matzo Matzo Squares Gluten-Free 10.5 oz. What I find interesting is, they’re gluten free, but they aren’t certified kosher. You would think in the long run the kosher was more important than gluten free. Of course there are the regular ones with wheat but I can’t have those of course. And to the best of my knowledge, they really are shipped from Israel. It’s the ONLY excuse for the outrageous price they are and which always seems to be rising of course.

  3. Lance has the best gluten free crackers comparable to townhouse and ritz they are the only ones i use now!

  4. All I want to know is, which of these can I use to dip hummus without them falling apart?

  5. Gluten Free is super important. but…..ALSO high fiber! Back to Nature has an Adzuki Bean w/sea salt cracker that is Gluten Free AND also 14% fiber! This cracker is yummy; have been buying for a couple of years. Problem is they are no where to be found on the east coast anymore! Yikes! A couple of places in Texas have them.
    Mary’s Gone Crackers just introduced Super Seed, Lemon Dill. It is Gluten Free and 11% fiber; not as tasty as the Adzuki but is definitely a healthy cracker.
    I’ve not yet taken the time but suspect the crackers on above list are probably zero or 1% – 4% fiber. We need more fiber. I’ll bet the crackers on above list taste good though so thank you!
    As time goes on, probably more attention is going to be paid to fiber content in food. High fiber prevents colon issues (polyps, lesions, the ‘c’ word!). Issues which, as medicine is discovering, are preventable.
    I shall pursue recipes for crackers which are gluten free and high fiber.

    Sorry to babble!

  6. Kris! Love this comment. Thank you! You are so right about fiber. In fact, we have an article about its importance, especially on a GF diet. You can find it here. You’re also right about many of the crackers we recommend not being super high fiber. This is because we rated crackers based on taste. I believe in a balanced diet and that if and when you eat food like crackers, which are not really the place to turn for primary sources of nutrition, you eat the ones that totally satisfy and then turn to recipes made with whole foods for the majority of nutrition. I love your recommendations and will try them because the optimal scenario is a cracker that tastes amazing and is loaded with nutrition. Thank you!

  7. I really like your suggestions. GF stuff being pricey it’s nice to have the reviews of what is good! There is one cracker that I love that didn’t make your list. Absolutely Gluten Free Flatbread, which is a cracker that is long and rectangle. They are so good. They also have an original/plain. They are light and crunchy and do not overpower whatever you top them with. They aren’t the easiest cracker to find, which is sad, but I load up when I visit my sister in Pismo Beach. California Fresh Market carries them!

  8. Thank you so much for this! We’ve generally kept lists to things that one can either find in stores locally or order by mail. but we will see if there’s a way to get our hands on these and see if you can mail-order them!

  9. Thank you for this list. I also have a cracker that did not make your list. It is the Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers Fine Ground Sea Salt. There are several flavors but i have only had the Fine Ground Sea Salt version. I have ordered them from Amazon and have purchased from Sprouts.

  10. You’re right! Those are yummy and we should add them! Thanks for letting us know!

  11. I agree with the vote for Lance GF crackers. Best of the Best. Closest to Ritz.

    George Kirlin

  12. The sesame crackers are a costco item, however, were not on the shelf this week! I would like to recommend the recents finds at Costco: Sonoma Creamery Pepper Jack Crisps, Rhythm organic beet chips w/ sea salt, Karen’s Gym Seaweed Bugak Chips! Also the (Down the Eten Path) crisps w/ purple sweet potatoes have a pretty purple color woven into them – w/ an essentially rice cracker texture!

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