Nairn's Organic Scottish Oat Crackers -- 8.8 oz
I Think They're Perfect
These oatcakes are their own type of cracker and shouldn't really be classed as a cracker, otherwise people might expect not like them when compared to other crackers. They are a staple item for me. I regard them as a very clean and hearty surface to put peanut butter and jelly on, or I've tried a bit of hamburger and fig-date paste for a more scottish type experience (thinking of haggis). I also like to eat them with Annie's vegan cashew spread. I really think people who rate them less than 5 stars don't understand what they are.
December 26, 2013
These crackers really give you something grainy to bite into without being tough. They provide a great platform to put anything on, but sometimes I like to eat a bit plain just to cleanse and re-set my palate.
It is really good to have a wheat free cracker available to do just about anything with.
September 25, 2013
Tasty alternative for gluten intolerance
I love my bagels and lox but cannot eat the bagels due to gluten intolerance. Now I use these as a base rather than the bagel. Not quite the same but a suitable alternative for a picky eater
September 22, 2013
Healthy, gluten free cracker, tastes good alone or with nut butters
April 5, 2013
Imminent expiration date
My baby loves Nairn's regular oat crackers, so I thought I've give these organic ones a try. I was hoping that these would be fresher (i.e., have an expiration date beyond a few months) which would be worth it if they cost a little more. But when I received my package the expiration date on these crackers wasn't even 2 months away! If anything they should be priced much lower b/c they really need to get rid of this stuff.
September 20, 2012