Last year, I did Surprising Vegan Soups, and since it’s starting to get cold again, I figured what better compliment than to do a crackers addition? We wouldn’t want your soup to get lonely, would we?
Listed from the top-left corner going clockwise:
- Triscuits Original
- Triscuits Hint of Salt
- Triscuits Reduced Fat
- Triscuits Sea Salt and Black Pepper
- Triscuits Roasted Red Pepper
- Triscuits Rosemary and Olive Oil
- Triscuits Wasabi and Soy Sauce
- Triscuits Organic Original
- Triscuits Cranberry and Sage
- Triscuits Sriracha
- Triscuits Fire Roasted Tomato and Olive Oil
- Triscuits Cracked Pepper and Olive Oil
- Triscuits Dill, Sea Salt and Olive Oil
- Triscuits Olive
- Triscuits Garden Herb
- Triscuits Balsamic Vinegar and Basil
- Triscuits Ginger and Lemongrass
- Triscuits Thin Crisps Cinnamon
- Vegetable Thins
- Premium Plus Unsalted Tops
- Premium Plus Salted Tops
- Premium Plus Whole Wheat
- Crispers All Dressed
- Crispers BBQ
- Crispers Salt and Vinegar
- Ritz Original
- Ritz Whole Wheat
There were a few cracker brands I never heard back from in regards to certain ambiguous ingredients (a favourite seemed to be ‘flavour’ with no further explanation) so I obviously didn’t include those as I wasn’t 100% certain.
You may be surprised to see Crispers listed here, and I would’ve been too. When I was doing the Surprising Vegan Chips collage, I was going to add them, but I found out their official definition was: Crispers crackers are packed with intense flavour and a satisfying crunch! They’re baked, not fried, making Crispers a great snack alternative. (Also, apparently they’re only available in Canada)
As always, these are all vegan as of Canadian ingredients – if you’re in a different country, please do your own research and check the ingredients for your own region as sometimes they change.
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