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Organic Whole Grain Brown Rice, Organic Wild Rice, Sea Salt.
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- Certified Organic
- Certified Kosher
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- Family-Owned Business
- Made in USA
- Made Using Renewable Energy
- Sourced Direct From Farmers
- Sustainably farmed
- Cholesterol Free
- Dye and Color Additive Free
- Low Sodium
- No Artificial Ingredients
- No Trans Fats
- Pesticide Free
- Preservative Free
Reviews For Organic Wild Rice Cakes
Based on 17 Reviews
Nice bread alternative
I use mine in place of bread. Slap some pb and j on one for a crunchy treat.
- Lauren Venturo
Lundberg Farms Wild Rice Cakes
These rice cakes have a lot more flavor than the Quaker rice cakes that I have eaten in the past. We live in a rural area with only one major supermarket that doesn't offer much variety when it comes to gluten-free, dairy-free products. Thrive Market opened a new world of affordable healthy shopping to me.
- Linda Campbell
Best rice cakes around
I have yet to find a better rice cake in terms of taste and nutrition. They're big and can be messy to eat but I absolutely love them.
- Nikki Myers
great for snacks
I keep these at work for easy snacks - I love eating them covered in almond butter, cheese, or even tuna for a light lunch!
Organic Wild Rice Cakes
Awesome snack and just like any other rice cake. What'd you expect?
Taste the yummy goodness!
Eat and feel really good about your snack. These are simply delicious and wholesome. Enjoy!
I am gluten ad corn free so sometimes I break them up and drizzle a little oil, add salt and have a chip or popcorn substitute. Some times I toast them in the microwave first (start slow like 40 sec not to burn), toaster doesn't come out as well.
Once again (as with the quinoa cakes) I buy these for my husband as a low cal snack. They are tasty but the last 2 shipments have brought complaints from him. He said they were a bit crushed and seemed a little bit stale. For some, the consistency of rice cakes may always seem "stale" but he eats them often and seemed to think the ones he bought at the nearby market were better.
The best I've had
They have a nice taste and crunch to them, really good eating! They're not boring little cocktail glass coasters, they feel like actual "food" and not as an afterthought. Very versatile, can use them for a dessert (top with a bit of raw honey and nut butter and nuke just long enough to warm them up) or as a side dish (mini pizza, base for a cute little salad, base for a formed scoop of Quinoa with sauce). I always let my bottom layer of sauce or vinegrette soak in for awhile before finishing the assembly and serving to soften them up. Will definitely buy again!
a new favorite
I will no longer buy the plain old rice cakes --- these have a wonderful flavor and texture. Love them with peanut butter and apple slices for lunch.
Lundberg Farms rice cakes
they are great 13 cakes in a pkg you can't pass the price there great
- louise r
Yummy rice cakes...the most flavorful I've ever had, and I love the natural ingredients. My only complaint is that they're almost too thick to get my mouth around!
Love the Price
I love eating these as my morning snacks at work, and Thrive has an amazing price on these. I normally pay over $4 for a single package of them, so I'm glad to see them under $3. This is going to make my Thrive membership worth it really quickly!
Too dry and bland
I've had rice cakes before that I liked, but I wanted to try something new, so I bought these from Lundberg Farms.
My verdict is that they're a little too dry and bland for me, probably because they're just sourced from rice and wheat. I prefer caramel rice cakes to these.
- Carina R.
A whale of a rice cake
I'm on a gluten free diet, so these cakes are perfect as snacks during the day. They are low cal, low sugar and packed with all natural goodness.
They have a dense wheat taste that fills me up quickly, and doesn't leave me hungry for hours. I also like the slight flavor of wild rice, which isn't overpowering like I feared.
- Clay Reed
I really like Lundberg Farms in general, and this is a good rice cake. They have a nice nutty flavor. I toast them in the morning, then put peanut butter on them for breakfast. It keeps me full for a good few hours.
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