Product Review: Kitchen Table Bakers Gluten-Free Parmesan Crisps

AgedParmCrispsIf there is one thing that you need to know about me, it’s that I love cheese.  Havarti, Gruyère, Stilton – you name it, and I’ve probably enjoyed it.  So imagine my excitement when I discovered Kitchen Table Bakers Aged Parmesan Crisps, which are wheat, sugar and gluten-free.  They were so good, in fact, that their rapid obliteration became the stuff of office legends.  Apparently, barreling your way through a package of crunchy, tangy parmesan crisps in under 10 minutes is an excellent means by which to impress your colleagues.

Kitchen Table Bakers specializes exclusively in cheese crisps, offering eight varieties of their signature Parmesan chip.  Their Aged Parmesan Mini Crisps are perfect for parties and snacking.  Even picky dairy-eaters are sure to enjoy these little morsels, with three pieces packing 20% of the recommended daily calcium requirement.

I tried three of the flavors offered by Kitchen Table Bakers: Jalapeno, Everything, and Aged Parmesan.  The Jalapeno had some (very minor) kick that added a festive pizzazz perfect for salsa or ranch dip.  Sesame seeds, poppy seeds and garlic compose the exuberant Everything Parmesan Crisps, which would pair nicely with cream cheese.  I, however, enjoyed the elegant simplicity of the Aged Parmesan Crisps the most.  The classic taste makes these cheesy roundels a perfect complement to salads, gluten-free pasta, or even – be still my heart – other cheese.

How do you feel about cheese as a part of the gluten-free diet?  Do you have any other great crispy salad topping recommendations?

6 thoughts on “Product Review: Kitchen Table Bakers Gluten-Free Parmesan Crisps”

  1. I love these! I bought some a while ago when travelling and devoured them but I’ve not been able to find them since. Any ideas where I can purchase them from? How are they distributing them? They also do a small version – just as delicious.

  2. Great review! Thank you for this post. The mild kick in the jalapeno crackers seem to be right up my alley! I haven’t had crackers in ages and my recent wholesale order just arrived. Can’t wait to taste them! Your post reminded me. I’m looking for new products and your review really helped me. Thanks again!

  3. Oooh, I’m going to have to look for those next time I’m at Whole Foods. Before I was diagnosed, about the only cracker I ate was saltines. Now I have a crazy cracker fetish going on with Mary’s Gone Crackers, almost the entire line of Blue Diamond, Crunchmaster, The Grainless Baker’s cheddar cheese crackers…I need a support group, really. And I share your obsession with cheese. In my fridge right now I have goat cheese, feta, parmesan, cheddar, ricotta, and parmigiano reggiano. You should’ve seen the pi

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