50 Awesome Gluten-Free Cracker Recipes for Any Occasion

Gluten-Free Cracker Recipes

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.

Top 50 Sweet and Savory Gluten-Free Cracker Ideas

Gluten-Free Crackers

These essential little snacks and ingredients in larger recipes are, unfortunately, mostly made of wheat. However, for those times when you want a s’more or the familiar taste of an old favorite cracker, these gluten-free recipes are sure to hit the spot. Just as no two cracker varieties are ever truly alike, you’re sure to find a gluten-free cracker recipe on this list that is not only intriguing, but will become a family favorite for years to come.

1. Gluten-Free Cheez-It Crackers

Gluten-Free Cheez-It Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – realfoodrn.com

What is it about a box of Cheez-Its? Sure, they come in all sorts of different flavors, shapes and sizes now, but the original will always be the best. They’re so salty, crispy and crunchy to hit all the right spots when it comes to savory cravings. That isn’t even mentioning the cheesiness. This gluten-free cracker recipe for copycat Cheez-Its may not look exactly like the real thing, but they taste even better! Made with all-natural, real ingredients, they’re a tasty, cheesy snack to feed the family!

2. Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Crackers

Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – frugalfarmwife.com

What’s better than a gluten-free cracker that tastes incredible? How about one that combines great taste and alternative flours with the nutrition packed inside sweet potatoes? Of course you could also use other seasonal vegetables, such as pumpkin or squash, but sweet potatoes go so well with the light sprinkling of coarse salt. This is a great fall and winter snack to accompany a steaming mug of tea or coffee. It’s also great as an after-school treat for the kids with some hot chocolate or other warming beverage.

3. 3-Ingredient Gluten-Free/Paleo Crackers

3-Ingredient Gluten-Free/Paleo Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – almostsupermom.com

Talk about an easy recipe! With only three different ingredients, this cracker idea is positively ingenious! They’re crispy, salty and perfect for dipping. They also fit into a paleo diet, so you know there’s nothing unhealthy or chemical-laden about them. This is truly a cracker you can feel good about eating and feeding to your loved ones. Try it with any of your favorite dips or spreads. These gluten-free crackers can really hold their own while at the same time complementing the flavors of hummus, guacamole or anything else you might happen to have on hand!

4. Easy Gluten-Free Cracker

Easy Gluten-Free Cracker

Detailed recipe and credit – theprettybee.com

This easy recipe will have you and your loved ones enjoying warm, delicious gluten-free crackers with a half an hour. With just a few ingredients that you likely already have on hand and your favorite seasoning, this may just be your new go-to recipe. Because the cracker base is so easy, you can use just about any seasoning you like for a never-ending array of different flavors. You can also go with the classic sea salt for a more saltine-like cracker that’s great for sprinkling on soups or spreading with peanut butter!

5. Gluten-Free Soda Crackers

Gluten-Free Soda Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – aroundmyfamilytable.com

Soda crackers, also called saltines, are the quintessential bland cracker for any time. This recipe, with only five ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen, is a perfect counterbalance to strong-flavored dips and soups. They’re also great on their own, or when topped with cheese or savory spreads. The most important thing about this gluten-free soda cracker recipe is getting the dough very, very thin. Thicker crackers will still taste good, but they won’t have the same crispy texture of the classic variety. For an authentic look, be sure to use the tines of a fork to poke the familiar holes in the tops!

6. Homemade Crackers

Homemade Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – picklebums.com

The charm of this homemade gluten-free recipe lies in its simplicity and the ability of the resulting cracker to be dressed up or down, depending on personal taste. For such a quick and simple recipe, these crispy, thin little crackers really impress. You can use either fresh or dried herbs to make a savory little cracker that goes well with almost anything you can think of! They do take a little time, as each individual cracker is rolled out by hand. However, that results in an eclectic mix of near-circles and perfect textures! Perfect for crunching through whenever a snack is called for.

7. Gluten-Free Crackers: “Wheat” Thins Copycat

Gluten-Free Crackers: "Wheat" Thins Copycat

Detailed recipe and credit – glutenfreeonashoestring.com

Wheat thins are a very popular cracker choice, and for good reason! They’re crispy, crunchy and go great with sweet or savory toppings. Unfortunately, like just about any food with “wheat” in the name, they don’t quite have a place in a gluten-free diet! If you miss the infinitely versatile crunch of the classic wheat thin cracker, this recipe is fast, easy and makes a ton of crackers in a single batch. There are even a few handy tips included for getting the cracker dough rolled out to the perfect even thickness – no pasta roller required.

8. Gluten-Free Graham Crackers

Gluten-Free Graham Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – sarahbakesgfree.com

There’s nothing quite like the classic graham cracker. It’s a staple of childhood, from making s’mores by a campfire to dipping in a mug of hot chocolate on a cold winter day. Familiar, comfortable snacks like graham crackers can call to mind so many pleasant memories, making this gluten-free cracker idea delightful for both children and adults. You can do just about anything you’d usually do with graham crackers, as well. Eat them plain, crumble them up for the perfect cheesecake crust, sprinkle on ice cream. The only limits are your appetite and imagination!

9. Ritz-Style Gluten-Free Crackers

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.

10. Homemade Ritz Crackers

Homemade Ritz Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – cupcakeproject.com

This recipe is the result of a true labor of love! After many different attempts, mixing up various ingredients and techniques, this is one of the best cracker recipes. Then again, when the maker is passionate about the project, how could it be anything else? This is a very flaky, buttery cracker that can be incorporated into your favorite meal idea or enjoyed as a snack on their own. Try tucking a little bag into your children’s lunch for a tasty, shareable snack that’s free of gluten and all the processed chemicals found in the real thing.

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