Costco is selling large bags of Milton’s Gluten Free Crackers (Crispy Sea Salt) and I liked them so much it was surprising! These crackers are intensely snackable and worth buying even if you are not gluten sensitive.
Keep reading and we will cover:
- What Do the Crackers Taste Like
- Customer Reviews
- Are the Crackers Healthy
- Price of Milton’s Crackers at Costco
Flavor and Texture of Milton’s Gluten Free Crackers
Milton’s chips are baked but they are just as crispy as fried potato chips. The texture is light, airy and crisp.
The crackers are made with brown rice, corn, oats and potato which provides a nice balance of flavors. The crackers are lightly salted and are simply great for snacking.
The crackers are great by themselves but are even better with hummus. You can top these crackers with some sliced cheese or served them on a charcuterie board along with some olives and cured meats.
There is absolutely nothing about the texture of flavor that would make you think the product was gluten free.
Customer Reviews for Milton’s Crackers
I wanted to see what other folks thought about these crackers so I pulled up the customer reviews posted on the Sam’s Club website.
There were over 200 reviews and 95% of them were either a 5 or 4 Star rating. It looks like I am not alone in thinking that these are tasty crackers!
Some of the representative Positive Reviews are given below:
- These are a bit on the salty side but they taste so good! They are like mini pita chips. I was very surprised at how good they were.
- Hubby loves these. He’s gluten intolerant and has a hard time finding anything that is gluten free and tastes good. These more than pass the test for him.
- One of the best gluten free packaged foods I’ve ever had.
- Very good. A hit with all. Something between a cracker and a chip
Are Milton’s Baked Crackers Healthy
A single serving of the crackers in 30 grams (about 14 crackers) and has the following calories and nutritional information.
- Calories: 130
- Fat: 4g (5% DV)
- Cholesterol: 0mg (0%DV)
- Sodium: 230mg (10% DV)
- Carbohydrates: 22g (8% DV)
- Protein: 2g
Overall these crackers are pretty healthy as far as snack foods are concerned! They are low in fat, have no cholesterol and the sodium content is extremely reasonable.
The packaging indicates that these crackers are:
- Gluten Free
- Non GMO
- No Cholesterol
- Peanut and Nut Free
- Vegetarian Friendly
- Xanthan Gum Free
- rBST Free
It looks like the only diets the chips are not appropriate for are Keto and Paleo.
Price of Milton’s Gluten Free Crackers at Costco
I bought the 20 ounce bag of crackers at Costco for $7.99 which works out to a cost of $0.40 per ounce.
You can get the same sized bag of these crackers at Sam’s Club for $8.48 so you can save a little money, but not a lot, when you buy the crackers at Costco.