Triscuit Brown Rice Crackers with Pineapple, Ham and Cream Cheese Topper #BrownRiceTriscuit

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My daughter and I have always liked Triscuit Crackers, they’re just a great snack! A Lot of other folks must think so too — Triscuit has been around since 1903!

Since there’s usually a box of Original Triscuits in our cupboard, I was happy to change things up and try out the brand new Triscuit Brown Rice crackers added to the brand’s lineup of snack crackers.

What’s make these crackers different? Triscuit touts them as a 100% whole grain brown rice and wheat cracker made from real food ingredients. One serving size holds 21 grams of whole grain! Depending on the variety of cracker, you will find delicious new additions such as red beans and sweet potato baked into the crackers. As always, Brown Rice Style Triscuit crackers are made with no high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oil, cholesterol or artificial flavors. Sadly, they are still not a gluten-free option as the crackers do include wheat.

The new flavor offerings have something for everyone and endless snacking possibilities.

New Triscuit Brown Rice Crackers flavors include:

  • Brown Rice Triscuit seasoned with Tomato & Sweet Basil 
  • Brown Rice Triscuit baked with Red Bean seasoned with Savory Red Bean
  • Brown Rice Triscuit seasoned with Sea Salt & Black Pepper 
  • Brown Rice Triscuit baked with Red Bean seasoned with Roasted Red Pepper 
  • Brown Rice Triscuit baked with Sweet Potato seasoned with Roasted Sweet Onion

Out of the flavors that I tried, the Sweet Potato seasoned with Roasted Sweet Onion was my favorite. The taste is very nice on its own and the crackers are a pretty sweet-potato-orange color with delicious seasoning. I have always loved how crunchy Triscuit crackers are and the new styles have just as much crunch as always.

While the crackers are great on their own, Triscuit recently partnered with Rocco DiSpirito to create many unique topper creations. You can take a peek at the Triscuit Pinterest page for inspiration. After browsing around Rocco’s ideas, I was inspired to create my own Triscuit Brown Rice Cracker snack idea and would love to share it with you, hope you like it!

triscuit brown rice style cracker with pineapple, ham and cream cheese topper

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Triscuit Brown Rice Crackers with Pineapple, Ham and Cream Cheese Topper
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Need a quick snack? Try the new 100% whole grain Brown Rice Triscuit crackers with a sweet and savory Ham, Thyme, fresh Pineapple & Cream Cheese Topper!
Recipe type: Snack
Serves: 1
  • 6 Brown Rice Triscuit baked with Sweet Potato seasoned with Roasted Sweet Onion
  • 2 thin slices deli Virginia Baked Ham, cut into 6 strips
  • 6 tsp Whipped Cream Cheese
  • 6 chunks of Fresh Pineapple
  • 1 sprig fresh Thyme (optional)
  1. Roll each strip of ham and place on crackers.
  2. Top each piece of ham with 1 tsp cream cheese.
  3. Place a fresh pineapple chunk onto cream cheese, pressing down slightly.
  4. Sprinkle each cracker with a few fresh thyme leaves.
  5. Serve immediately and enjoy!

Keep in touch with Triscuit!

The new Brown Rice Style Triscuit Crackers from Nabisco retail for about $3.69 per box and are available in the cracker aisle at retailers nationwide. You can also find Triscuits on

Keep up to date with promotions and news, check out the Trisuit Facebook page and @TheRealTriscuit on Twitter

Tell me, how do you like to top your Triscuits?


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  1. 1

    Those sound amazing. When I was a kid my mother always made a similar-ish snack when we had company over. She’d put cream cheese and a piece of pepperoni on a Triscuit and serve those. They always went over well, too!

  2. 2

    Yum. We eat TONS of Triscuits around here. I cant WAIT to try the sweet potato ones. Yumm.

  3. 3

    We are loving the Brown Rice Triscuits at our house! Sea Salt & Black Pepper is my fave.

  4. 4

    I don’t know about the thyme, but I love all of the other ingredients. I had never thought about putting them together. I just pinned this because I need to make them!

  5. 6

    These look so good! I am always looking for appetizer ideas and I just love pineapple.

  6. 7

    I love these brown rice crackers! And the new sea salt & pepper are so good too!

  7. 8

    Love triscuits! and whipped cream cheese!! YUMMY!

  8. 9

    I’ve not tried the new Triscuits yet. I’m adding them to my shopping list. Since your pic has me craving them, now! :)

  9. 10

    I LOVE the sea salt and pepper one’s so so good. I love what you topped yours with, looks absolutely delicious!

  10. 11

    Those snacks look yummy. I can’t wait to try them.

  11. 12

    OH YUM! Definitely a great snack! I think my kiddos would love it after school! Thanks!

  12. 13

    I love Triscuit. These look amazing!

  13. 14

    These would be a fun finger appetizer for a party. I pinned, thanks!

  14. 15

    That recipe sounds fantabulous. I like them in recipes too, or even with just a slice of cheese on top. The last time I visited my oldest he was eating Triscuits right out of the box. :)

    We’ll pick up a new flavor when we grocery shop this weekend, I’m up for a change.

  15. 16
    shelly peterson says

    I’ve been wanting to try these new crackers and now I have a good reason to, this recipe sounds delicious!

  16. 17

    I love Triscuits but I haven’t seen the new Brown Rice ones. I have to give them a try.

  17. 18

    I love Triscuit and anything with cream cheese this looks fantastic!

  18. 19

    I just saw these in the market yesterday. I noticed the red bean ones. Your recipe looks great for this!

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