IS SALAD DRESSING PALEO?
The Paleo List Answers:IS SALAD DRESSING PALEO? You, as an avid and knowledgable paleo buff knows…
Almond Thin Crackers are the trademark name of Julian Bakery’s gluten-free almond crackers. They’re meant to be a gluten-free option to fill the void left by both traditional crackers and tortilla chips. Julian’s Bakery recommends them with organic cheese, vegetables, Paleo nut butters, salsa, and guacamole. As stated by their website, Almond Thin Crackers ingredientsare: Almond Flour, Organic Flax, Chili Powder, Onion Powder, Sea Salt.
With pretty straightforward ingredients like that, the company’s claims are accurate: Yes, Almond Thin Crackers are Paleo! Go get your dip and spread on this Super Bowl weekend. They’ve got just five ingredients, all of which are Paleo and real food approved. If you’re looking for an easy way to enjoy a Paleo snack, Almond Thin Crackers are a great choice.
But, remember, not all “nut thins” are created equal. Check out the list of ingredients found inBlue Diamond’s Almond Nut Thins: rice flour, almonds, potato starch, salt, expeller pressed safflower oil, natural almond flavor, natural butter flavor [contains milk]. Definitely not Paleo.
As always with nuts and seeds, be sure to consume in moderation. If you’re scared off by the $7.99 price tag for an 8.5-ounce box, try the homemade crunchy primal crackers recipe over at Mark’s Daily Apple instead.
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