What We Love: 10 Crackers and Crisps Perfect for Food Gifts

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One of my favorite things to bring to a potluck or a friend’s dinner party is a well-crafted cheese platter or a homemade dip. And, in these moments, plain-old crackers simply won’t do as an accompaniment. I want something unique, delicious, and above-all made with love. It turns out I am not alone in this desire and I found a variety of homemade crackers and crisps recipes that are a lovely gift all on their own. If, however, you wanted to include a dip, we’ve got a few to choose from.

These wonderful crackers and crisps are brought to you by the brilliant minds of food bloggers across the interwebs, and my food-gifting library thanks you.

Seeded Crackers: Sesame seeds, poppy seeds, and fennel or caraway make these a delightful treat. {from Lemons and Anchovies}

Homemade Parmesan Potato Chips: In less than an hour, you have potato chip perfection. {from Damn Delicious}

Beet and Sweet Potato Chips: Just 4 ingredients is all it takes to make your own root veggie chips. {from The Every Girl}

Lentil Buckwheat Crackers: These grain-free and nut-free options are a great snack for everyone. {from Whole New Mom}

Jalapeno Cheddar Crackers: Spicy and oh so simple. {from Oh My Veggies}

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Garlic Parmesan Bleu Cheese Crackers (pictured above): Cheese in cracker form. Need I say more? {from Diethood}

Japanese Rice Crackers: Great alternative to the traditional wheat cracker. {from Spoon Fork Bacon}

Homemade Root Vegetable Chips: Parsnips, yuca root, beets, russet potatoes, and sweet potatoes come together to make the ultimate root veggie chip combo. {from Don’t Waste the Crumbs}

Homemade BBQ and Sour Cream Onion Potato Chips: You’ll never buy these classic store-bought snacks again. {from Fork and Beans}

“Cheezy” Kale Crackers: These raw crackers make a healthy and tasty treat. {from Rawmazing}

Lead photo styled and taken by Heidi Murphy/White Loft Studio. Second image courtesy of Katerina.

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