- Certified Organic
- Certified Kosher
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- Gluten free
- Made in USA
- Recycled packaging
- Woman-owned business
- Cholesterol free
- Dairy free
- Dye and color additive free
- Full of omegas
- No artificial ingredients
- No trans fats
- Nut free
- Peanut free
- Pesticide free
- Preservative free
Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Mary's organic thins gluten free blend (tapioca starch*, sorghum flour*, potato starch*, brown rice flour*, whole grain quinoa flakes*, mesquite flour*, sprouted black bean powder*, sprouted buckwheat flour*, amaranth flour*), filtered water, palm fruit oil* (palm fruit oil* and extra virgin red palm oil*), tapioca syrup*, chia seeds*, coconut palm sugar* (from coconut palm flower nectar), safflower oil* and/or sunflower oil*, sesame seeds*, sea salt, sodium and ammonium bicarbonate (for leavening), smoked paprika powder*, rice bran extract*, xantham gum, rosemary extract*, and black pepper*. *Organic.
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Reviews For Lightly Salted Thins Snack Crackers
Based on 13 Reviews
Much better than the hard, round crackers from this brand; mild flavor goes with everything
Mary's gone crackers Lightly salted thins
These were my least favorite. OK, but not more affordable when looking for a snack
I think these crackers are the best of Mary's Crackers products
These are our favorite GF cracker. They have such a nice texture and taste. They go really well with a variety of things. Our favorite uses are with cheese and with tuna or chicken salad.
You definitely don't have incentive to overeat on these
Mary's makes some "earthy" crackers (which are good when you come to terms with "earthy"), and I think these are meant to compete with Wheat Thins. They're about the same size and color as wheat thins but that's where the resemblance ends. These are dry, have very little personality, and somewhat resemble sawdust smashed into a cracker shape. They're a good conveyance for cheese, but you still have to get over the grittiness left in your mouth. I can't really recommend them.
No crunch to these
Flavor isn't bad but there is no crunch to them.
These are so addicting! I love them! Mary's Gone Crackers has been one of my favorite companies for a while now, love how the products taste and the quality they use!
Not my cup of tea
I thought I'd give these a try with all of the good reviews they had. The texture and flavor just didn't work for me. I've also never had gluten free crackers before so please take that into account in reading my review. I don't know what other gluten free options taste like.
Great GF cracker!
Love these! Tasty, not to firm or brittle.
Great taste and consistency!
Love the ingredients and love the taste!
- Tiffiny S.
It is so very difficult to find a vegan cracker that tastes good, especially when paired with "cheeze," but this is it. Can't wait to try other flavors.
- Thrive User
Best Gluten Free Crackers out there - also dairy free
These are hands down the best gluten free crackers I've had, and I've tried them all. They aren't loaded with potato starch like others, and they are dairy free (free of monocalcium or tricalcium phosphate, dairy derivatives in many "dairy free" food products.)
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