Best Rice Crackers in 2020



(Discontinued by Manufacturer)Kellogg's Austin, Cookies and Crackers, Variety Pack, 68.4 (45 Packs) Review:


This package is HUGE! I didn't realize when I bought it how much you actually get. It will last for a long time. So, it was a good deal for the price. These make a quick snack for when you want something, but don't want a full meal. The taste is okay, but not as good as the old "nabs" I had when I was a little girl. These seem to be more processed & have very little filling in the crackers & are definitely not something you'd want to eat all the time. I'm sure they have a lot of artificial ingredients & aren't very healthy, & I have to say they taste like it. But, they serve a purpose for when you want something on the run. I'm not sure I'd buy such a large box of them again.



Good Thins Simply Salt Gluten Free Rice Snack Crackers, 3.5 Ounce Box Review:


I was looking for healthy low calorie pantry snacks that were ‘PrimePantry’ here on Amazon. I came across these rice crackers- and they were cheaper than another brand that I’ve purchased in stores before. Not all rice crackers are created equal- but they’re all pretty dang similar. What are rice crackers? Essentially a salty thick chip that makes a great snack. They taste kind of like a pita chip; but a bit saltier. They are thick and crunchy.

These particular rice thins come in a box (actually they come in a sealed plastic package within a box). There are three servings within the box- each serving is 130 calories. The entire box is only 390 calories, which compared to Ritz or Wheat Thins or Triscuits is about half of the calories of other snack crackers out there. These are also quite durable. Unlike softer crackers these can easily be packaged in a backpack, cooler, beach bag, or lunch box. They don’t crumble easily and will maintain their thick round shape even through mild activity. They have practically no fat or protein- and are primarily a carb source. They’re great if you’re out hiking, biking, horseback riding, or doing something active that requires a snack that won’t crumble but will still supply you with some good grain-given energy.

Although these are carby- which is typically heavy, these are surprisingly light snacks. I can have a serving between lunch and dinner and it will allow me to feel very satisfied without feeling bloated or full. The saltiness helps motivate me to drink more water as well. The crunch is great for helping me concentrate when I’m working on spreadsheets or other paper organization tasks.

These rice crackers are great to eat with dips and I like them with whipped non-fat cream cheese and smoked salmon (sometimes with a little avocado). They would taste fine with other meat mixes as well and make a great pairing for tuna or shrimp. They’re often traditionally served with sushi. They’re a bit salty for pairing with lunch meats or cheeses- but if you don’t mind salt, then these would work fine. They’re honestly thick enough to be used with all kinds of dips.

These were cheaper than other rice thins on Amazon. They came in good condition, tasted fresh, and were a good quality snack cracker. I’d absolutely recommend this brand and will be making ‘Good Thins’ a staple of my monthly Prime Pantry order.



Drizzilicious Cinnamon Swirl 10 Pack | Mini Gluten Free Snacks | Vegan Air Popped Chia, Quinoa, Flax Rice Cakes Review:


I was walking a food show (Expo East) and came upon these. I took a bag of the Cinnamon Swirl Bites, because why not, that's what you do at those things, get free food. I opened it up and instantly fell in love and snuck back and grabbed another bag! I texted my friend (she and I are on a diet together) and told her I just found the most amazing rice cakes ever (did you think anyone would ever say that??LOL). I bought some and when she tried them she kept saying "Oh my goodness, Kerri, these are SO GOOD!" (we have offices next to each other). The white chocolate drizzle gives you that little pop of sweetness you need to curb cravings and honestly you don't even realize you're eating a rice cake. Highly recommend. SOOO YUMMY!



Drizzilicious S'mores 10 Pack | Mini Snack Chocolate Rice Cakes | Vegan Air Popped Chia, Quinoa, Flax Smore Snacks Review:


I was walking a food show (Expo East) and came upon these. I took a bag of the Cinnamon Swirl Bites, because why not, that's what you do at those things, get free food. I opened it up and instantly fell in love and snuck back and grabbed another bag! I texted my friend (she and I are on a diet together) and told her I just found the most amazing rice cakes ever (did you think anyone would ever say that??LOL). I bought some and when she tried them she kept saying "Oh my goodness, Kerri, these are SO GOOD!" (we have offices next to each other). The white chocolate drizzle gives you that little pop of sweetness you need to curb cravings and honestly you don't even realize you're eating a rice cake. Highly recommend. SOOO YUMMY!



(Discontinued by Manufacturer)Keebler, Town House, Snack Crackers, Light and Buttery, Original, 13.8 oz Box Review:


love taste of these crackers. Good to munch on for a snack break. These are very fresh and crispy. I was looking at the nutritional label and I was surprised to see the low salt content. 120mg or 5% for 8 crackers. Compared to Cheese-Its that is very low. The amount of fat content in the crackers is extremely low also. 3% of daily value. I like to munch on these while watching TV or doing computer work. These crackers are not too hard but they are hard enough that they don't break up in shipping. I was looking into the box and there aren't any broken crackers at all. I would suspect that with other types of crackers and chips you are going to have some breakage in the packaging or shipping these are all full sized crackers in the box. Very inexpensive on amazon. I usually buy most of my crackers there because of the low price. This is no different. The Keebler Town House crackers are easy on your budget. Overall I guess its a matter of if you like the flavor. Some might prefer another flavor to this one. That's all subjective. I tend to like not love the taste of these. Others might feel there are none better. Overall a definite buy for these crackers especially if your purchasing online.



Want Want Big Shelly Shenbei Snowy Crispy Rice Cracker Biscuits - Sugar Glazed 5.30 oz. Review:


These are good tasting rice crackers - a nice combination of sweet and salty. Has MSG (lots of Asian food items do), so if you get headaches from Chinese food, you might want to avoid them. Since there were a couple of reviews that might lead people to believe these were 'Japanese', I'd like to point out, technically they are not from Japan or Japanese company. 'Japanese style' may be more like it ('senbei' means [rice] crackers). The name of the product, "雪の月" (snow moon) is dubiously similar to a long standing product in Japan, "雪の宿" (snow inn). They also look similar. You can see the latter (original) in the 2nd picture. (Kind of like how Hyundai came about in Korea after Honda, which sound very similar.) Long story short, these are made by a Taiwanese company to make them look Japanese. That doesn't take away from the fact they are pretty good tasting, and since I bought them knowing that, I don't feel so bad. But if you are seeking 雪の宿 that you got during your trip to Japan/Hokkaido, this would not be it. If you have a Daiso near you (Japanese version of dollar store), you might find similar crackers for cheaper. We did away with a car, so I'm glad Amazon sells these online.



Edward & Sons Edward & Sons Brown Rice Snaps, Unsalted Plain with Organic Brown Rice, 3.5 Ounce Packs (Pack of 12) Review:


Pretty much the only cracker-type food I am not allergic to is rice. Most other gluten/wheat-free cracker manufacturers sneak things like corn, sesame seeds, soy product, nut products, etc., all of which elicit an allergic response. This cracker is made of brown rice. That's about it.

I really enjoy eating these with salted butter for a snack. They are also nice with cream cheese or honey. They are G*d-awful with guacamole or salsa. They do not go well with the following cheeses: Brie, Edam, smoked gouda, plain gouda, sharp cheddar, mild cheddar, fresh mozzarella, Parmesan, bleu, Swiss, colby-jack, and pepper-jack. I will hazard a guess and say that they probably do not go well with most cheeses other than cream cheese.

The price is pretty good for the 12-pack case. One case lasts me about a month. I cannot find these crackers anywhere locally, so the price is really pretty irrelevant in my case (if I want to eat crackers without suffering through hives and other problems).



Good Thins Gluten Free Veggie Blend Rice Crackers 3.5 oz Review:


I'm learning to make better eating choices on the Weight Watcher's Freestyle Point program. Its working very well but I really needed to find low point substitutes for some foods I crave. If the price goes down a little, I've found my new go to crunchy, extremely flavorful replacement for chips. These are really good.
I originally tried the corn chips but didn't care for them very much. I'll aso note that I do consider these chips a little on the expensive side. There aren't that many in a box for for the price.



CheezIt Grooves Taco Crispy Cracker Chips, 9 Ounce Review:


Oh boy do I love these Taco Crunchy, Cheesey, Crispy CheezIt's! I am so hooked on them that I limit my snacking intake to 20 little tacoy yummy crunchitty cheezzy dreamy squares, uh oh excuse me I started to get carried away there.
The best part is that I don't have to share these with my hubby cuz he likes the original CheezIt's.

Unfortunately I won't be purchasing from Amazon due to their over fluctuating prices.
(At the time of my writing this review Amazons price went from $2.99 a box to $4.69 a box & that was within one month.



Oriental Rice Crackers, No Artificial Colors, Crunchy & Spicy, Natural!!! (2 LBS) Review:


These come in a well sealed bag so they are crunchy, but as with almost all rice snacks I have ever tried they are not very flavorful but I knew that when I bought them. Remember large companies typically make products to suit what they consider the broadest base. However, anyone can add flavor to these fairly easily.

First you might want to experiment with small batches. In a bowl allowing for space to mix add some rice snacks. If you want them spicy, take a small bowl and mix some soy sauce and hot sauce together then sprinkle it on the snacks, stir it in well then place in a preheated oven at 180 to 200 degrees for 10 or so minutes, stir and do another 10 minutes. If the layer of snacks is thick it will take longer or if you are in a more humid area it will also. If you don't want spicy try teriyaki sauce or what ever tickles your taste buds. The amount you put on can determine how much flavor you taste. Again I would suggest experimenting with small batches. Also doing different small batch flavors then combining them can result in a good mouth party when you have a hand full.
By the way, these snacks are generally smooth so they don't soak up flavor like sesame sticks might, so it may be hard to create a strong flavor.