Here’s our choices from the crackers without seed oil we were able to find. Most of them are also free from chemical additives. They should be tasty and crunchy!
|Image||Crackers||Cooking fat||Flour||Artificial additives?|
|Suzie's, Organic Saltines Crackers, Salted w/ Extra Virgin Olive Oil||Olive oil||Wheat||No|
|RUSTIC BAKERY Olive Oil Sel Gris Flatbread Bites||Olive Oil||Wheat||No|
|Hu Gluten Free Crackers | Pizza Keto Crackers||Coconut oil||Almond, Cassava, Coconut||No|
|Firehook Baked Crackers - Rosemary Sea Salt||Olive oil||Wheat||No|
|365 by Whole Foods Market, Cracker Water Original Organic||Palm oil||Wheat||Iron enriched|
If you’re looking for saltines, try Suzie’s crackers. If you want a cheesy/pizza flavor, try the Hu gluten-free crackers. Keep in mind the Hu crackers use alternative flours and don’t contain actual cheese. But they are free of weird chemicals and seed oils!
Saltines with no seed oil in them
Our favorite is probably Suzie’s saltines. They’re made with extra virgin olive oil, not seed oil. They contain no chemical additives and they are organic, so they won’t have any pesticide residue in them. Plus they are good classic saltines with no odd alternative paleo flour, just good tasty wheat flour the way it should be! Here’s their ingredient list:
- Wheat flour
- Extra virgin olive oil
- Barley malt syrup
- Sodium bicarbonate (Baking soda)
Pizza or Cheese flavored crackers that contain no seed oils
If you want a seed oil free alternative to America’s favorite square orange cheese flavored cracker, the pizza crackers from Hu might work for you. That’s why we included them on the list. They are totally fine if you want to avoid seed oils and chemicals. However, some people don’t want to eat the alternative gluten-free flours that they use. Here are their ingredients:
- Almond flour
- Cassava flour
- Coconut flour
- Black chia seed
- Flax seed
- Fermented coconut nectar
- Apple cider vinegar
- Coconut Oil
We’ve found water crackers without seed oils
A good classic water cracker is a nice thing. Whole Foods makes water crackers that are made with olive oil and contain almost no bad additives. The flour is iron enriched and some people want to avoid that. Otherwise, these crackers are probably great!
Here are the runners up
These didn’t make our top picks, but they’re still seed oil free and pretty good.
- Rustic Italian Rosemary crackers from Whole Foods.
- Crunchmaster Multi Grain Gluten Free – these are made with Brown rice flour and cornmeal.
- HU kitchen – Grain-free Flour Blend
- Sweet thins Cookies/Crackers – seed+nut flours, coconut oil
- Mary’s crackers. Ingredients: Brown rice, Quinoa, Flax seeds, Sesame seeds, Tamari, Sea salt.
- Oat Flatbread Crackers – Oat flour, Palm Oil – does contain ammonium as raising agent.
- More crackers made with olive oil only, from Britain.
- Regañas crackers from Spain with Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
- Carrs crackers aren’t bad- they use palm olein which is higher PUFA than regular palm oil and more processed. But it could be a lot worse!
- Paul and Pippa crackers – made with olive oil, they are from Spain.
- Whisps Cheese Crisps – these are dried cheese, not truly crackers.
Just stay away from seed oils!
Whichever crackers you pick, you can’t go wrong if you skip seed oils and chemicals. Then you should be able to crunch away without worrying about your health being damaged by unnatural substances. Our goal is to help you find the best snack products that won’t hurt you. We think you shouldn’t have to stop eating your favorite snacks to be healthy. Just find the seed oil free snacks and you can keep enjoying them!