**Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Blue Diamond Nut Thins. All thoughts and opinions, as always, are my own.
Artisan Nut Thins
I have told you before about how Blue Diamond Almond Nut Thins with a hint of sea salt are pretty much my favorite thing ever. They are some of the best gluten-free crackers on the market, hands down. As part of the Blue Diamond Tastemakers program this month I received their new Artisan Nut Thins in the multi-seed and flax-seed flavor for review. These boxes do not last long in our house and I was looking forward to trying them out. Both the flax-seed and multi-seed varieties are certified gluten-free and made with brown rice, almond, and seeds.
I usually eat my nut thins with cheese but lately I’ve been on a hummus kick. I tried the flax seed ones first and I dipped them in hummus. They were really good and I don’t know what it is, but there’s something about eating a cracker with seeds in them that just makes it feel healthier and more hearty. I also tried the multi-seed ones and thought they were good, but the flax seed ones were by far my favorite.
Last month I attended a conference in LA called Blogfest and they told us how you should aim for a snack with protein and carbs after working out. The past couple times after I’ve gone to the gym I’ve reached for these little hummus dippers and some Artisan Nut Thins. I don’t eat a lot of grains in my diet normally but am trying to increase my intake due to breastfeeding and this is a great way for me to do this.
I’m a big fan of the Artisan Nut Thins and would definitely try them again. I also like that now I have another go-to cracker besides the Almond Nut Thins because at parties I can serve two different types of Nut Thins instead of one. Win win!
What about you? Have you ever tried artisan nut thins? What are your favorite gluten free crackers? Post in the comments and let me know.Shop Amazon - The Electronics Holiday Gift Guide