On a hot summer day here in Texas it isn’t unusual for the temperature to get up around 100 degrees. When its hot and sticky outside I prefer lite meals. I don’t want something heavy sitting on my stomach, when I’m outside running around with the kids. With that being said, I’m often at a loss for ideas for lunch or dinner time. When its that hot, that’s the last thing I want to do, is turn on the oven.
My latest idea, is to make a small cheese plate paired with 34 Degrees, all natural crispbreads, and fruit on the side. Its the perfect snack or light meal. The crispbreads are all natural, thin and crisp. The perfect pairing with a nice piece of cheese,chicken salad, or a tasty hummus. My family was able to sample the cracked pepper and rosemary crispbreads. They both were very tasty. The black pepper was subtle and not over powering, the kids loved to eat them plain! My favorite was the rosemary crispbread. I loved the flavor and the texture of the crispbread.
34 Degrees crispbreads come in 6 flavors:
Natural • Sesame • Cracked Pepper • Rosemary • Whole Grain • Lemon Zest
There are suggested pairings on the side of the cracker box, or you can click here to view recipes from the website, to fancy up your crispbread! That’s the great thing about them, you can eat them plain or make a masterpiece to serve at a cocktail party!
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The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely mine. I was provided a free sample in exchange for my