Milton’s Craft Bakers: Gluten Free Baked Crackers Review

Milton’s Craft Bakers Baked Crackers Review + Giveaway

Since I spend hours at my computer it is important to have easy and healthy snacks.

One of my favorites is crackers and as regular readers will know I am a fan of Milton’s Craft Bakers, and so when I had the chance to review the Milton’s Gluten Free Baked Crackers, I was excited to compare them to the other varieties available. .

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Milton’s Craft Bakers. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way will effect the opinion stated in the review.

I received the following Miltons’s Gluten Free Baked Crackers in the following varieties including –

The Everything Baked Crackers were very similar to the regular crackers. These reminded me of a crisp everything bagel. The Crispy Sea Salt Baked Crackers were a simple cracker that has a nice dusting of sea salt on it making it the perfect amount. The Cheddar Cheese Baked Crackers were my favorites, and were a nice cheddar cheese flavor. Honestly, the bag did not last the afternoon in my house – they were really good. The final one I tried were the Multi-Grain Baked Crackers which was a compilation of various grains in one cracker.

As I have mentioned in the past, the colors of the bags are attention getting and each flavor has its own color The biggest benefit to that is that it makes for easy identification while shopping in a crowded chip isle. Also similar to the baked chips, each flavor was distinct and had varying levels of spice/salt.

Each of Milton’s Baked chips are dairy free, soy free, peanut and tree nut free, egg free and are certified kosher. In addition to the things they are without, they are also NON-GMO project verified. The chips are a blend of corn, brown rice, chickpeas, lentil as well as appropriate seasonings and are vegan friendly! As an added bonus they also contain no trans fats or cholesterol and are always baked – not fried.

These Baked Crackers are perfect for a chip bowl with either dip or slices of cheese, and would be a great addition at your next gathering, or for your party of one! Honestly you can not go wrong with any variety of Milton’s Craft Bakers Chip and Crackers – they are all good!

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GIVEAWAY: Milton’s Craft Bakers has offered a variety pack of baked chips to my readers! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) each 4.5 oz gluten free bag of the following flavors of -Everything, Crispy Sea Salt, Cheddar Cheese, and Multi-Grain. This is a $14.00 value! Only open to residents in the US only. I will be randomly choosing 1 person on May 23rd (5/23/2017) to receive this variety cracker assortment! To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Milton’s Craft Bakers. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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58 thoughts on “Milton’s Craft Bakers: Gluten Free Baked Crackers Review

  1. Lisa V.

    I cook in just about every day of the week. We rarely eat out. It does help with saving money!

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  2. Cynthia C

    Aside from going out to lunch about once a week, all my meals are cooked at home.

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  3. Victoria Scott

    We cook 99% of the time, but every once and while we’ll order in because we are just too exhausted to deal 🙂

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  4. John Smith

    I constantly cook and I constantly go out. I’m like a gourmet and a gourmand all rolled up in one–and mega-social!

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  5. Tracy Robertson

    I eat lunch out 2 or 3 times a week because I’m always on the go with work. We rarely eat dinner out, sometimes I cook, but the man of the house cooks the most often.

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  6. ELIZABETH C.

    I cook at home just about every night. I may go out to eat once a month, if that !!

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  7. Peggy

    I cook about 29 out of 30 days. We do have lunch occasionally. I cook healthier than they do.

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  8. Melissa

    I love to cook, but I probably eat out once or twice a week on average.

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  9. Donna L

    We eat at home most of the time. We take out once in a while and eat it at home. My family rarely eat out.

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  10. Geena Jean O'Banion

    I am always scouting the market near me for Milton’s products…….when I see them I buy them.
    Like the crackers, and my son in law got me hooked on Milton’s Whole Grain Bread. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  11. Geena Jean O'Banion

    I always look for Miltons products at my grocery store.

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  12. Geena Jean O'Banion

    I like Milton’s products and I always buy them when I see them in my LOCAL: store.

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  13. Geena Jean O'Banion

    I usually cook every other day….something. No frozen foods…I cook my own casseroles and freeze them for a few days. I eat out on occasion…..don’t care for the fast foods.

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  14. Kayla Klontz

    I cook much more than go out, we maybe go out once or twice a month. I love preparing meals.

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  15. LauraJJ

    We do not eat out very often. Its s hard having Celiac disease and having to eat gluten free without getting sick. I guess its just easier making meals at home. 🙂

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  16. DeeAnn S

    I cook every day. We only eat out for special holidays or events. Thanks.

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  17. jules m.

    we used to eat out a lot more, but i started getting home chef and hello fresh home meal kit deliveries so now we only eat out once a week.

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  18. Vicki D.

    I cook every day. We eat out maybe once every month. Usually, we pick the food up at a restaurant and bring it home to enjoy. Any day I don’t have to cook is a good day.

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  19. AEKZ2

    We eat out about twice a week. The rest of the time my husband and I will alternate cooking.

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  20. Amy Deeter

    We usually eat out twice a month, and stay home and eat the rest of the month

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