New Triscuit Dill, Sea Salt & Olive Oil

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As a kid, I remember my mom making up cheese and cracker trays for when they had their friends in to play cards. Triscuits were always on the tray, and I always perceived them as ‘grown-up’ crackers. Quite honestly, I think back then I didn’t quite like the texture of Triscuits, all ridge like and “woven” like they are.

Now that I am older, I totally see the appeal of Triscuits, and I too add them to cheese and cracker trays for my guests, and just munch on them in the evening when we watch DVDs. I think I’ve tried all the sophisticated new flavors that they’ve come out with in the Triscuit line too.

Wonderful flavors like Rosemary & Olive Oil, Cracked Pepper & Olive Oil, Wheat Fire Roasted Tomato are being joined by a new Triscuit variety Dill, Sea Salt & Olive Oil.

At the pace that my husband and I ate through the box last night, I’d recommend them for any reason you’d need a cracker… The flavor is really good, you taste the dill but it’s subtle and definitely not overpowering, and it’s just down right pleasing to the palate.

While eating them on their own is tasty (and healthy, they’re made with 100% whole grain) – topping them with tomatoes and cucumber slices or cheese dresses them up a bit. But if you want to go one step further here’s a recipe for Tangy Greek Toppers.

Tangy Greek Toppers
Prep Time: 5 min.

What You Need
2 TRISCUIT Dill, Sea Salt & Olive Oil Crackers
2 thin cucumber slices
1/2 oz. ATHENOS Traditional Feta Cheese, cut into 2 slices
1/2 tsp. finely chopped roasted red peppers
2 black olive slices
1/4 tsp. lemon zest
Make It
Top crackers with ingredients.

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Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this post; I was sent media samples for review. Opinions are my own.

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