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Crackers are our family favorite, we all like them. Some time I bake homemade crackers too. Hubby takes it to office some time for his afternoon snacks. So when a person like me gets opportunity to try new Wasa thin crackers I am sure to be in happy mood, isn’t it? I made Sweet and Savory Wasa Cracker appetizers. I made two savory toppings for Sesame & Sea Salt Wasa Thins and two sweet toppings with Sesame & Sea Salt Wasa Thins.
My love with Wasa crackers started when I was in Stockholm, Sweden. Now I know it is the home town of Wasa crackers too. My roommate Lucy introduced me. Trust me every morning we ate our Wasa crackers with good layer of Lingonberry jam. Missing that old cold wintery morning while eating crackers and looking at white snow through the window with steaming hot cup of coffee. Wasa crackers are nothing but crisp bread made with wholesome rye and other grains.
I had tried and tasted the Wasa crackers earlier; so I decided to try their 2 new products Sesame & Sea Salt Wasa Thins and Sesame & Sea Salt Wasa Thins. I thought that Rosemary and Sea salt Wasa thins will be good with savory topping as it light and oven baked with hints of rosemary and a sprinkle of sea salt, and has 9 grams of whole grains with just 70 calories per serving. Sesame and sea salt Wasa thins will be good with sweet topping. And it is has 7 grams of whole grains and 80 calories per serving making this a no-brainer snacking option for those pursuing a healthy lifestyle.
Wasa thins makes excellent treats with your favorite toppings. With Rosemary and Sea salt thins, I used tomato caperse salad topping for the first one and avocado hummus and then cucumber and green onions for the second combination.
Sweet ones were made for kids as they like sweet treats. Using Sesame & sea salt Wasa thins the first sweet one was topped sweetened cream cheese and fresh strawberry and finally drizzled with strawberry coulis. Yummy is word I can say.
Second sweet topping is caramelized banana and toasted walnuts. Banana and walnuts are magic combination you can never go wrong with it. These are excellent snack or appetizer idea for any game, festivals. You can treat a crowd with this one.
In order to make these delicious treats, grab Rosemary & Sea Salt Wasa Thins and Sesame & Sea Salt Wasa Thins from your local Kroger store. I like the produce section in Kroger store as they always have fresh fruits and veggies.
For making this delicious topping you need some preparation, like making avocado hummus, strawberry caulis and caramelized banana rest you need only assembly. Always make sure to assemble just before you want to serve otherwise it can become soggy.
Trust me just like us you are going to love these topping for Wasa crackers.
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This is Swathi ( Dr. Ambujom Saraswathy Ph.D) from Zesty South Indian Kitchen who loves to explore cuisines from all over the world. Whenever possible I try to to give an Indian touch to several of the world cuisine, and has weakness for freshly baked bread. All the recipes you see here are created by me and approved after taste-test by my family.