I love Ritz crackers, and I am so glad they are vegan. I like to eat them with pate, with vegan soft cheese and even peanut butter, so when I saw these olive oil and rosemary crackers I knew I had to buy them.
They are full of flavour, salty and herby and I just ate them straight from the packet, I imagine they would be amazing with a plain vegan soft cheese. The big pack has 6 individual portions, each containing 5 biscuits. I bought the 190g pack from Sainsbury’s for £1.80, and will have to buy more as they didn’t last very long.
Ingredients: Wheat flour, palm oil, sugar, raising agents (ammonium hydrogen carbonate, calcium phosphates, sodium hydrogen carbonate), olive oil, salt, glucose-fructose syrup, barley malt flour, herbs, rosemary, and dried spinach. The crackers are made in a factory which uses milk and egg, so there’s a chance for cross contamination but I don’t mind this as I don’t think that it makes the product less vegan. I know others who believe that it does, so it’s up to you to decide for yourself.
As there wasn’t much more to say about these crackers I thought I would add a little review of a chocolate bar which my mother bought from Sainsbury’s. It’s the Freefrom chocolate bar and is very lovely, although I would have liked a bigger bar. The chocolate is milky and has a great crunch from the rice pops inside. I’m definitely going back to buy more of these. The 35g bar sells for 50p, a decent price in my opinion.
Ingredients: Sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, rice syrup, inulin, coconut oil, rice flour, flavourings, emulsifier: soya lecithin.
Have a great day,