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The 5 Best Low Carb Crackers - Easy Low Carb Desserts

The 5 Best Low Carb Crackers

There is something magical about pairing a nice, crispy cracker with a piece of excellent cheese. Crackers, however, are often highly processed and contain hidden fats and sugars that can contribute to unwanted weight gain. If you are on a low-carb diet for weight or other health reasons, you may think you can never eat a cracker again. Do not fear: there are plenty of low carb crackers out there today that will satisfy your craving for a good cracker to go with that cheese. Crackers made with whole grains are high in fiber and low in sugar, which will help keep you full longer so you eat less in the long run. Here are five of the best low carb crackers to try today.

My 5 Favorite Low Carb Crackers

1. Smackaroos Low Carb Crackers

Net Carb Count: 1 gram per serving

These are big, crispy things that only contain one net carbohydrate per three-cracker serving. These crackers are high in fiber and protein and low in sodium and fat. They come in flavors such as cinnamon, garlic, onion, rye, and sesame.


Smackaroos are hard crackers that taste great with cheese!

2. Doctor in the Kitchen Flackers

Net Carb Count: 1 gram per serving

These crackers are made largely with flax seeds and have just one gram of net carbohydrates per serving. In addition to flax seeds, these crackers are made with apple cider vinegar, vegetable soy protein, garlic, onion, chilli pepper, and basil. Each serving packs seven grams of fiber and five grams of protein, and Flackers come in four flavors: savory, rosemary, dill, tomato and basil, and cinnamon and currants.


Flackers are gluten/wheat free, and they taste delicious!

3. GG Bran Crispbreads

Net Carb Count: 7 grams per serving

These are not exactly crackers; they are like a hybrid of bread and rice cakes. That said, they taste great with cheese and have few net carbs as well as high fiber. The crispbreads are made with wheat bran, rye flour, and salt and have just 12 calories per slice, which means good things for your weight loss regimen.


Super crispy and super tasty!

4. Wasa Crisp ‘n Light Low Carb Crackers

Net Carb Count: 12 grams per serving

These crackers are also a form of crispbread and have 12 grams of carbohydrates per three crackers. They are also packed with whole grains; the ingredients include a blend of seven grain flours – whole grain wheat, wheat, rye, yellow corn, barley, spelt, amaranth, and quinoa – which means lots of fiber and nutrients for you.


Crunchy and fantastic for dipping!

5. Skinny Crisps Low Carb & Gluten Free Crisps

Net Carb Count: 3 grams per serving

These crisps come in a variety of flavors (including cinnamon, brownie, toasty onion, and “whole shebang”) and contain three grams of net carbohydrates per four-cracker serving. These tasty crackers are made with almonds, chick pea flour, flax seeds, psyllium husk, olive oil, sea salt, and dehydrated cane juice. This means they are not only low carb, but also gluten- and dairy-free.

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A favorite for those with diabetes


As you can see, there are quite a few options for low carb crackers. The key is to look for crackers made with whole grains and little or no oil and sugar. Though whole grains are also carbohydrates, they contain a lot of fiber, which is good for your digestive system and helps you stay full longer. Thus, fibrous crackers have fewer net carbs – those which are not as useful for your body. If you cannot give up crackers on your low carb diet, try one of the above options to satisfy your need for crunch. Alternately, you can make your own low carb crackers with just a few ingredients and some elbow grease!

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