If you follow a gluten-free diet, you probably get creative when it comes to bread alternatives — have you seen these frozen, preroasted sweet potato toast slices ready for your toaster? They’re pretty remarkable. And if there’s one thing Trader Joe’s does best (though TJ’s is great for many reasons), it’s ensuring nonbread bread options are easily accessible. Thanks to our trusted source on Instagram, user @traderjoeslist, we wanted to bring to your attention a new way to bread in case you haven’t seen it yet: gluten-free crispbread from Norway.
We included the Whole Grain Norwegian Crispbread — the one that’s not gluten-free — in Trader Joe’s snack and “best new product” roundups in the past. Now, it’s time to talk about the version that people with gluten allergies (and anyone else!) can enjoy. These cracker-like crisps pack a crunch and are made with ingredients like sunflower, sesame, and flax seeds; oat flakes; and rice bran. There’s also a touch of honey and salt. Find nutrition info below, and see how it compares to the regular crisps here.
Nutrition Info For TJ’s Gluten-Free Norwegian Crispbread
One crispbread has:
- 130 calories
- 9 grams of fat
- 6 grams of carbs
- 3 grams dietary fiber
- 1 gram sugar
- 4 grams of protein
According to the TJ’s website, one bag goes for a little over $4. Low in price and carbs, these seem totally worth it. Plus, they’re nothing but versatile. You can top gluten-free crispbread with cream cheese and Everything but the Bagel Seasoning, peanut butter and banana slices, avocado and hard-boiled eggs, hummus, grape jelly (since it’s better than strawberry, for sure) — the possibilities are endless. Like user @traderjoeslist writes, it’s “the perfect vehicle to deliver whatever you may be craving directly into that beautiful mouth of yours.” We couldn’t agree more.