Wasa Crispbreads Giveaway

Well Happy Friday to you all! Before we get to the subject of this post, I just have to go ahead and toot my own horn for a second. Remember last night how I said I really wasn’t sure whether or not I’d find the motivation to head down to the treadmill after dinner?

Well…I did it!

I told Jay that once 7pm rolled around, he had to make sure that I stayed committed to my plan, but I managed to get down there all on my own. I spent the 40 minutes doing a steady walk while reading through my book (only 2-3 more chapters left!) and I felt great for doing so…HOWEVER…

Almost immediately after I was finished, I was struck with a case of tight chestness (from my asthma), wicked heartburn (from dinner?), and a super stuffy nose. And then, sure as shit, it hit me like a ton of bricks. I am now sick. Full out stuffy/runny nose, sore throat, congested face, and all the like. I crawled into bed just after 9pm, hoping that I’d feel better this morning, but so far it’s not lookin’ good. Blech…I just hate being sick. Especially when I can’t really take much for it!

But hey, ya know what? I’m gonna try not to think about it and keep pushing through the day. Things could always be worse, right? Right. So now that I finished my whining, let’s go ahead with something much more fun. How about, to help us all get through our Friday a little easier, I go ahead and offer a fun little giveaway this morning? Yeah? Okay, awesome.

I recently became the lucky recipient of a wonderful goodie box filled with some of my favorite snack crispbreads, Wasa.


Included in the goodie box was multi grain, light rye,


whole grain,


and, my favorite, the crisp ‘n light Wasa crispbreads.


Now if you’ve been reading STSL for any amount of time, then you probably already know that I’ve been a fan of these crispbreads for quite some time (as has my girl, Alyssa)…

They’re amazing for sampler platters.

Counter-clockwise, starting to top left:

  • Cucumber hummus, and basil
  • The Laughing Cow and fruit salsa
  • Fresh mozzarella, tomato slices, and basil
  • Peanut butter, nectarine slices, and chia seeds

They’re delicious when topped with chocolate PB2.

Or packed up as a snack with a wedge of The Laughing Cow cheese.

Again, going with the same pattern, they continue to be delicious with The Laughing Cow Light Swiss Cheese and sliced strawberries (perfect savory and sweet combo).

And quite possibly one of my favorite snacks is a Wasa cracker topped with raspberry jam, eggs, and cheese.

That is a seriously epic snack right there. No joke.

So today, Wasa is offering to give away some Wasa crackers AND a $25.00 Visa gift card to a lucky STSL reader!

To Enter: Leave a comment on this post sharing some of your favorite (or would be favorite, if you’ve never tried them) recipe ideas to create with Wasa crackers.

I’ll choose a random winner on Monday, January 7th. Good Luck!

And if you think of it, send some good vibes my way to help me shake this cold sooner than later. 😉 xoxo


  1. Laura says

    I have never tried Wasa crackers before but I’d like to test them out with some roasted red pepper hummus on top!

  2. Kristen P. says

    I love Wasa crackers! My fav ways are either with some turkey, a Laughing Cow cheese and some cucumber. Or the sweet route with peanut butter and fruit.

  3. Rachel L says

    I have never tried the wasa crackers before but have been wanting to!! I think I would probably trying it with some peanut butter and banana first. Cant beat it!

  4. Julissa says

    Mmm the swiss cheese and strawberries looks good! I’d also maybe try them with some Trader Joe’s cookie butter :)

  5. Kaitlin says

    I put cottage cheese, salsa and avocado slices on toast… so I’m sure it’d be good on one of these! FEEL BETTER!

  6. Rae says

    Feel better Courtney! Being sick sucks :(
    I have never tried WASA before but the peanut butter one looks really good. You can never go wrong with peanut butter!

  7. says

    I was just reading over a belly fat book by Jorge Cruise and these crackers are on the “belly good” side, so i would love to try them. I would prob make some kind of breakfast with them with peanut butter or fruit! And i love laughing cow, so maybe that too :)
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  8. Emily says

    A little tomato sauce, pizza seasoning and a sprinkle of cheese stuck under thr broiler for a minute for a delicious and quick take on “flatbread pizza!”

  9. Maggie says

    They would be the perfect party appetizer or a light dessert for nights I am just craving something sweet (wasa crackers with pb and choc chips!)

  10. says

    I have never had them – but I would love to take a slice of pastrami and some swiss cheese and put it on the light rye crackers and broil it for a few minutes. Yum!!!

    Feel better soon!

  11. Katie says

    Props to you for getting your sweat on! Keep it up, girl! :) Good thing it’s Friday. Hopefully you don’t have too busy of a weekend so you can relax and get better asap.
    I keep wanting to try the Laughing Cow Cinnamon cream cheese spread and I think they would be perfect atop some Wasa crackers with strawberries. Mmm.

    P.S. LOVE that you said “sure as shit”…literally laughed out loud. My family says that all the time :)

  12. Caroline says

    I love putting sliced deli meat, like turkey, on Wasa crackers with a wedge of laughing cow cheese and some cucumber. I find that the crunch really satisfies cravings for junk food, and it’s delicious!

  13. Lindsay says

    i feel boring saying i usually just eat them with brie or laughing cow cheese – you have some great options listed here!

  14. Lindsey says

    I’d love to try these little guys! I am getting tired of the same old crackers and cheese, and would love to incorporate these into my snack routine. They really do look delicious and easy to work with.

  15. Leah T says

    I’m sorry you’re sick! I’m just getting over the same thing. I like to experiment what I can make pizza with since it is one of my favorite guilty pleasures. Also I would like to try them with spinach and artichoke dip! Hope you get feeling better :)

  16. Nikki A. says

    Get well soon!! I’ve never had wasa before but they sound delicious. I’d probably whip up some kind of sweet and salty combo with peanut butter and bananas and coconut or something, mmmm! :)

  17. Katie says

    I think every person I know is sick right now. I prefer them to keep their nasty germies away from me! THANK YOU very much!

    Anyway, I LOVE wasa crackers topped with sliced avocado and a little squeeze of lime juice, and some cilantro (if I have it on hand!). Yum!

  18. Amanda Brezgel says

    Smothered in almond butter! Hoping the both of us get better, I’m also sick… :( Hoping it’ll go away this weekend with lots of sleep!

  19. Hannah says

    I have never tried them, but since peanut butter and hummus are some of the staples in my diet, I probably would love them with the crackers! (Not together though)

  20. Kellie says

    These look amazing! I have never tried them but would love to. I would probably like the crisp n light ones the best!

  21. Gabrielle says

    I LOVE wasa crackers!! For me, I pretty much always eat them with a wedge of the laughing cow! Everytime I have a salad for lunch at work I make sure to pack 2 crackers and 1 laughing cow as a side! ALWAYS hit the spot! I wanna wiiin :)
    And good luck with that cold! Drink lots of water and have a lot of fresh fruits. Always seems to work for me :)

  22. Heidi says

    I LOVE Wasa crackers! I put Nutella and mini-marshmallows on them. Not the healthiest of combos, but sooooo good! Hope you feel better!

  23. Melissa A says

    Id try them with a spanish tapas cheese plate and also cottage cheese with minced tomatoes and onion on top! Thanks for the offer! :-)

  24. says

    I LOVE the light n crisp ones…we put hummus and cucumbers on it or even for a sweet kick cottage cheese and honey. I would love to win this, and would be a great snack for my daughter too.
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  25. Julie P says

    Wow, those all look like some delicious ways to enjoy the Wasa crackers! I’d like to try them with the jam and eggs

  26. says

    Sorry to hear you’re feeling under the weather. I hope it passes quickly and that you’re feeling better in no time. 😉 OMG, I love all of your snack suggestions for the Wasa Crackers! I want to try them all! 😀 Maybe I’d also snack on them with a spread of Greek yogurt and freshly chopped fruit.
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  27. Jordan K says

    I’ve never tried Wasa Crispbreads before, but your Laughing Cow Light Swiss Cheese and sliced strawberries combo looks delicious!

  28. Laurie says

    I love these things! It’s really boring but super tasty- deli meat + either cottage cheese or provolone, and mustard. Can’t beat it!

  29. Danielle says

    I’ve never tried Wasa crackers, but I bet they would be delicious with a little cream cheese and jalapeno jelly! I would love to try it!

  30. Kari says

    I love the Wasa crackers with peanutbutter and banana. Also, I think a mini pizza for a light snack would be delicious!

  31. April Miller-Rose says

    I LOVE having almond butter & homemade apple butter with banana slices on wasa crisps! Its AMAZING i actually have to stop myself or else i would eat the whole bag of crackers in one go. I also really like them topped with spinach, tomato, egg and hot sauce!! YUM! oh another thing they are delicious with is homemade chilli!…they add that extra crunch texture. I feel like i could go on and on about my favorite ways to eat those!…they are just fabulous little crackers!!

  32. LaurenM says

    I love home-made tuna salad on Wasa crackers… but I’d also love to try that cheese and strawberry combination!

  33. Melissa says

    I have never tried Wasa Crackers before however I love all of the ideas in your post about how to use them! They all sound delish! I think another way I would like to try them is with peanut butter or PB2 and banana slices or just a good ‘ol PB and Jam cause you can’t go wrong with that! :-)

  34. Jessica says

    First off — feel better!!!! At least it’s friday so you can rest this weekend (hopefully!!). I love wasa crackers with a little PB or some cheese as an afternoon snack!! Thanks for hosting this giveaway!! :)

  35. says

    Good luck with the cold! Being pregnant, your body’s immune system is lax. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but “stuffiness” and excess mucus in your nose is probably going to be a FT Resident from here on out (bloody noses too, yuck). I’ve been stuffy from about 12-14 weeks along. Doc says its normal (your body trying to block germs from getting in). Apparently sudafed, tylenol and benadryl are ok for head congestion. I’ve tried to not take anything, but there were a few nights where I just couldn’t breathe so I took a benadryl at bedtime.
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  36. Leigh H says

    I love WASA crackers. Currently, I put a laughing cow wedge on them for a morning snack. But I have also put peanut butter and jelly on them in the past. As for a new idea, I think I would like to try the Wasa crackers with provolone cheese and turkey! YUM

  37. kaitlyn says

    I love the Wasa crackers with Laughing Cow Cheese and low sodium deli meat. It’s the perfect snack to hold up a grumbly tummy :).

  38. Jessie says

    I hope you’re feeling better! I’d make a snack with laughing cow cheese (and maybe try out the strawberry idea you posted)!

  39. Kristin M says

    I would love to try them with some laughing cow cheese. Hope you feel better soon! It’s so hard when you are sick and preggo and can’t take much. I’ve been there so I feel for you girl! :) Happy almost weekend!

  40. says

    I’m intrigued to try the strawberry & swiss cheese one. My favorite is the garlic & herb laughing cow with sliced granny smith apples. I know that may sound a little gross…but trust me.

  41. Megan says

    I LOVE Wasa crackers! My favorite is to load them with peanut butter and wash them down with a blueberry protein smoothie, I dont know why I love this combo but I do!

  42. says

    I love that my little staple/obsession has migrated into your list of favorites. 😉 The Crisp ‘N’ Light are my favorite, too, and I looove them with just about everything — laughing cow cheese, soup, and apples and goat cheese. :)
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  43. Aurora says

    I have never tried WASA crackers but they look delicious! I think they would be awesome fiesta style-with a little guac, tomato slice and shredded cheese =)

  44. Samantha says

    I love wasa crackers! They are good topped with just about anything! I think I like them best with deli turkey,mustard and romaine! Oh and laughing cow is good on them too!

  45. Megan S. says

    I’ve never had Wasa Crisps but I think I would love using them with some turkey and melted cheese–maybe add a little avocado if I’m lucky! Sounds like a great lunch or snack :)

  46. says

    I’ve never tried Wasa crackers, but I think they sound mighty tasty…I could go savory, like a hummus spread, or sweet, with cream cheese and strawberries!
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  47. says

    Ahhh, I’ve never had these, but I’m pretty sure if I don’t win some, I’ll have to buy some after seeing this post! They’re like PERFECT snack food.

    I’m already conjuring up some combos I would tryy:
    marinara + reduced fat mozzarella + basil = pizza crackers!
    pulled chicken with jack cheese and hot sauce = buff chick crackers
    coconut butter melted ontop with crushed pretzels = salty/sweet heaven.
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  48. Morgan says

    My favorite way would be with tomatoes and mozzarella! I hope you feel better! Lots of emergency and water. Also, I always have some oregano oil when I feel the sickness coming on and echinacea typically helps!!

  49. says

    I hope you feel better soon. I know it’s fun being sick when you are pregnant.
    I love Wasa crackers and would probably eat them with laughing cow cheese and fruit or with turkey and cheese. YUM!!
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  50. Marilyn says

    Always looking for new crackers to top with cheese and hummus.

    Spend the weekend in bed! Resting is good medicine. Feel better soon.

  51. Taryn says

    I love a good wasa crispbread with some laughing cow cheese and a few pepper slices. May sound weird, but delicious!

  52. Erin S says

    I haven’t had the Wasa crackers before but they look good! and the Wasa crackers topped with raspberry jam, eggs, and cheese looks so delicious! Definitely going to have to try it.

  53. Krystina says

    The raspberry, egg, and cheese on Wasa crackers sounds amazing! That would definitely be the first thing on my list to try!

  54. Ashley s says

    I’ve tried them once dipped in straight up peanut butter and it was awesome! I’d love to try more flavors!

  55. Ashlee says

    Hope you feel better soon!!!

    I love topping Wasa crackers with tuna, PB (of course), cream cheese, and really anything that is spreadable. :) LOVE dips and spreads…my favvv!!!!!!!!!

  56. Kelsey says

    I have the same cold going on.. lots of sleep and warm tea for the throat! And I love the idea of your jam, egg and cheese snack!

  57. Britt says

    I bet you could pulse some crackers in a food processor and use them as a breading for chicken breasts. But Pb&j crackers are always a safe bet, too.

  58. yolimar playton says

    I have never tried this cracker, it looks delicious… I really would like to win and try it them with peanut butter and jam :-)
    hope you are felling well xoxo

  59. Kristin says

    I grew up eating Wasa! We always have it with our Christmas Eve dinner (along with other great Swedish specialties). During the year, I like them with a spread of cream cheese.

  60. stephanie**s says

    I would LOVE to have some wasa crackers to spread cream cheese capers and smoked salmon on! Mmm. Also, the strawberries and laughing cow cream cheese would be good too!

  61. Christina says

    That rasberry jam, egg and cheese topping looks amazing!!! I haven’t eaten Wasa crackers in awhile but they are on my next grocery trip!!

  62. kristin says

    Yum, i have never had this brand before but your last picture really got me wanting some eggs and cheese looks so good and I would love to try on the wasa

  63. Lynn says

    I just bought my first package of Wasa crackers this past weekend. I am going to use some of your ideas! The light and crispy look very good too, although my store does not sell them. I will keep looking!

  64. Kristen says

    Never tried them, but YOWZA the raspberry jam, eggs, & cheese looks pretty epic! I would probably do the PB2 also. & probably just grab alot of them plain.
    Get better soon! :)

  65. adina says

    the light crisps are my favorite! i love putting laughing cow spread on it with cucumbers and sprouts. mmmm. making me hungry now!

  66. Sylvia says

    Ohmy, I’m seriously salivating looking at those snacks! I think my favorite would be the laughing cow and fruit salsa.
    Feel better Courtney!

  67. Sarah says

    Ever since I saw your post where you use the Wasa crackers for your tuna salad I’ve been doing that too. It’s a great combo! All the other ideas look delicious too. I would like to try the peanut butter on them for a different taste.

  68. Beth D. says

    I’ve been obsessed with Trader Joe’s Black Bean Dip, so I think topping some Wasa crackers with that and some sliced red peppers. :)

  69. Lauren says

    I have fond memories of taking bites from my moms wasa crackers that had had a slab of cheese on top. So that’s what I would top mine with.

    Hope you feel better soon!

  70. Corina says

    I want to try the light rye ones with the cinnamon Laughing Cow cream cheese spread and apples and bananas! Nothing better than a sweet snack for this sweet tooth!

  71. Megan says

    I think the ole’ standby of peanut butter and banana would be a pretty decent combo on a wasa cracker, although, I’ve never had them before :] I’m getting over the stomach flu and I wouldn’t wish sickness on anyone at this point – good vibes to you Courtney!

  72. liz says

    I’ve tried the plain which are good, would love to try the other flavors! I would probably slather them with peanut butter!

  73. Allison says

    My favorite snack is the Wasa multigrain topped with cottage cheese and tomato slices with a little S & P. Or for breakfast I top the Wasa with Laughing Cow cheese, egg whites, tomato and spinach…so good!

  74. says

    I am still laughing over the “sure as shit” comment…ahhaha!!!

    I love Wasa crackers any way they are served. Some of my favorites are to top them with tuna salad or turkey and cheese. Oh, I cannot forget how good they are with a little avocado/guacamole on top!!!
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  75. says

    I love wasa crackers!! My favorite combo (ok, the only one i’ve tried) is Peanut butter… sometimes with some chocolate chips on top too. It’s one of my favorite nighttime snacks!! Clearly, after reading your post, I need ti expand my horizons!! Feel better soon … I HATE being all stuffed up!!
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  76. Erica says

    I love topping them with almond butter and strawberry preserves. Such a great snack! My favorite are the crisp n’ light too : )

  77. Chelsea says

    I have made mini pizzas from Wasa crackers. A little tomato paste, cheese and mini pepperoni’s or shredded chicken. Super yummy after popped in the toaster oven for a minute to melt the cheese!

  78. says

    Ok, so everyone raves about Wasa crackers and I am always to tempted to buy them, I don’t know why I never do, but I would love to try them!!

    All your ideas looks so amazing, but I think I would make a protein #goop and add some fresh fruit, or probably top it with a nut butter. I am such a dipper so I know I would be dipping these in so many random things. Hummus, nut butter, yogurt, ice cream, the possibilities are endless!!!

    Sorry you feel sick lady. Feel better <3
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  79. Jen N. says

    The Wasa multigrain with PB&Co Dark Chocolate Dreams and bananas would be delicious, I think. And the mozzarella, tomato and basil combination from your sampler platter sounds awesome too.

  80. Jessica says

    I love a good cheeseball and I think one would taste amazing on any of these cracker varieties! Hope you feel better soon.

  81. Amy says

    I’ve never tried a Wasa product before, but I bet they’d be DELICIOUS with any sort of nut butter and cinnamon sprinkled on top!!

  82. crystal d. says

    I would love to try and put brushetta on them. I think that would be really good! I hope you feel better soon!! If you haven’t already done so you can call the nurse at your OB/GYN and ask what meds you can take for a cold. There are a couple out there that are safe for us pregnant woman! Also if you haven’t gotten your flu shot go ahead and do that too. I can’t remember if you got it earlier in the fall or not! Feel better little mama!! :)

  83. Nicole says

    I love Wasa crackers with PB and apple or PB and a banana. They are also really good with homemade guacamole or melted cheese and beans :)

  84. Teresa says

    My favorite snack with a wedge of laughing cow ( Swiss please)! I have to try it with the sliced strawberrys….Yum!

  85. Rachel says

    Those combinations all sound great – I’d especially like to try any of the flavors with peanut butter or laughing cow wedges!

  86. says

    Ah! I’ve been wanting to try these for some time. I have a whole bunch of Laughing Cow cheese to experiment with, and I think the first “recipe” I’d try would be with LC cheese (light swiss), and some blueberry honey mustard (tastes more like jam) and not so much like mustard! It’d be a great savory-sweet combo.

    Thanks for the giveaway- hopefully you feel better soon! :)
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  87. Jackie says

    Hope you feel better soon, at least you have the weekend to rest. My friend loves these crackers and I think they would be a great change-up to my lunch. I eat shredded chicken with brocoli slaw, tomatoes, with a little bit of vinegar, and this combo would be great on any flavor of those crackers.

  88. hayley says

    im sorry you’re sick :( i heard on the radio this morning on the way in to work that flu season is just about upon us! hopefully yours goes away quickly, cuddling up with some tea and cody will prob do the trick 😉

    i, like you, love wasa crackers with a laughing cow (any flavor really, but i love love love the swiss and the chipotle). i’ll usually add some cucumber or avocado to the swiss, but chipotle is yummy on its own!

  89. says

    Oh man, I hate being sick too! I woke up yesterday morning with a fever and an achy all-over completely exhausted feeling. I literally couldn’t get out of bed (some sort of 24 hour flu I think). Today I feel a million times better thank goodness! Just a stuffy nose and cough, at least I can get out of bed!
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  90. Kaitlyn says

    I just tried wasa crackers for the first time not too long ago! I bought the whole grain, and I’d top mine with peanut butter (of course) and banana slices. It’s even good with a little pumpkin butter thrown into the mix! 😉 Feel better soon!

  91. ERIKA says

    Avacado smashed and spread on a wasa cracker, crumble baked bacon, thinly sliced tomato crumbled feta cheese and thinly sliced on. Or Nutella and lemoncurd one on top of other. I know sounds weird but its good 😉

  92. Naomi says

    The crackers with laughing cow cheese and strawberries sounds awesome, as does the eggs, cheese, and jam combo. Feel better soon!

  93. Rochelle says

    I’ve never tried them, but I bet they would be good with a bruschetta type of dip. Mmmm

    And here’s your “get well soon” vibes! *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*

  94. Holly B says

    Wasa has a ton of really yummy recipes on their website; the Zucchini, Cherry Tomato and Goat Cheese one looks really good!

  95. Cassie says

    maple almond butter and apples….fat free cream cheese and sweet jalepenos….hummus and some type of turkey/meat… YUM

  96. Courtney F says

    Feel better. Vitamin c overload!
    I love these. they go great with anything cheese and especially peanut butter.

  97. Nicole F. says

    I am just getting over being sick so I feel you! Hope it doesn’t last long! For the crackers, I love them with ricotta and figs and/or strawberries OR with smashed avocado and hummus. Such a good snack : )

  98. Carol T. says

    I love Wasa crackers…they are my staples for Weight Watchers. I usually have them at lunch time with Laughing Cow cheese, turkey breast…

    Hope you are feeling better. I was fine up until the day after New Year’s Day – now I have a head cold. Must be the cold Upstate New York weather…

  99. Rachel says

    I’ve never tried these before but I just might buy some now! I would like to try with laughing cow cheese or red pepper hummus.

  100. Jessica says

    The recipe I would create with the Wasa crackers would be slightly melted brie, pears (thinly sliced) and walnuts. I would like to find something to drizzle over it…maybe honey, but I would like something a bit more interesting.

  101. Ayzada says

    Feel better soon!
    I love my wasa crackers as a snack, a sort of “healthified” s’more. I put chocolate and marshmallows on it, microwave it for a few seconds, and then eat the delicious, melt-y mess right away.

  102. Megan says

    I like Wasa crackers with PB&J on them. Lately I’ve been craving soup with crackers, so I bet they would be good crushed up in soup too!

  103. says

    I have been wanting to try these for sometime after seeing you sample platter! I would like to try them with tuna salad or laughing cow cheese! Hope you are feeling better!

  104. Maddie says

    I have never tried Wasa crackers before, but I would eat them with peanut butter and banana or with hummus. I also like your laughing cow cheese and strawberry idea!

  105. jamie says

    I love WASA crackers. One of my favorite combinations is a spread of roasted red pepper hummus topped with shredded chicken.

  106. Chele says

    Hope you’re feeling better sooner rather than later!! I have had a cold/sinus/head thing going on for like 3 months now it seems….

    I love having crackers with a little bit of peanut butter and fluff spread on them. It gives the sensation of a good old fluffernutter sandwich, but not with the massive amounts of PB&Fluff that I would normally use 😉

  107. Sage says

    I love these crackers! Sometimes I break them up and add to my morning oatmeal for an extra crunch, delicious!

  108. Melanie says

    Hope you feel better soon! I love wasa crackers with cottage cheese. I also like them with marinara sauce and cheese – so good!

  109. Rachel S. says

    I have never tried them before, but I would say possibly raspberry jam and cream cheese with them or try some of the new Laughing Cow Cream Cheese on them.

  110. christy says

    I like the multigrain with tuna or just a wedge of sundried tomato laughing cow… definately going to try with eggs now too!

  111. Mandy says

    Feel better, Court!

    I would love to try a PB&J wasa-ndwich, crumble some crackers over salads, maybe with some hummus! Yum!

  112. Sarah says

    Hope you feell better! Pregnant people always seem to have colds. I suppose the momma’s get sick often to protect their babies, the babies get all the immunities and the momma’s get the colds! And that’s okay :)
    I think your egg n cheese n jelly combo sounds wicked good! I would try that.

  113. says

    I just recently discovered the Wasa Light Rye and I don’t have a “recipe” but I’ve been using them to scoop up leftover picadillo and chili. Two large crackers for 60 calories is pretty cool!

  114. April says

    Wasa cracker ideas: Laughing Cow wedges in the blue cheese flavor with some buffalo chicken on top, regular grilled chicken, or just the wedge by itself or almond butter with chia seeds and sliced pears. Yum! Feel better btw!!

  115. Anna says

    I keep mine simple with just peanut butter and bananas :) I would definitely like to try some of the combos you’ve put together though! The cream cheese and strawberry ones look delicious!

  116. Amy P. says

    One of my favorite snacks is to put brie cheese and dried cranberries ontop of crackers. Serve it with pistachios and it’s good to go! I bet this would taste great with the Wasa crackers!

  117. Courtney Echols says

    I really want to try the jam, cheese, and egg combo you rave about! Hope you get to feeling better very soon! I have a 5 month old and I’m nursing so I know how crummy it is to not be able to take any medicine.

  118. says

    I really want to try them with the sun-dried tomato Laughing Cow Cheese, since I’m obsessed with EVERYTHING sun-dried tomato related recently. I’ve never tried these crackers before, but they’re clearly very versatile! Thanks for the wonderful ideas! :) Oh, and feel better soon!
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  119. Fran says

    I love Wasa crackers! I like to eat them with mashed avocado and ricotta cheese. I also like them with Laughing Cow Cinnamon Cream Cheese, and low sodium turkey slices with pumpkin butter on top. But I LOVE all of your ideas for them so I now have new snacks to try even if I don’t win! I hope you feel better very soon and congratulations on your pregnancy!

  120. kolya says

    Oh goodness…I could eat Wasa’s any way and any day. My fave? Not sure probably salsa or ketchup and mustard (:

  121. tara says

    How about the laughing cow sweet cream cheese with strawberries or apple slices? I love it on toast and imagine it would be great on wasa too!

  122. Lauren B. says

    Ive been majorly craving cheddar cheese lately, so I would probably pair a crisp apple slice with it!

    Feel better! :)

  123. Anie says

    I haven’t had Wasa crispbreads before but I’m sure they would be delicious topped with peanut butter and blueberries :)

  124. Kate says

    My fav way is very simple- smooth peanut butter and strawberry jam! the wasa crackers are so perfectly thin they are the perfect vehicle for it…YUM!!!!

  125. AmyG says

    I haven’t had these since I was a kid. I think they’d be incredible with a soft cheese. I think I’ll have to try them again.

  126. Sabina says

    Wow-I didn’t know any one else knew about these! My mom discovered these on a trip to Sweden back in the day, and we would have these growing up. Wasa and pb and Nutella = the bomb!

  127. Molly C. says

    I’d love to try these cute little crackers with hummus, they look perfect for dipping. And I hope you feel better soon!

  128. Lindsey F says

    feel better!

    Wasa pizza’s would be fantastic as well as utensil for protein in a salad (think tuna, chicken salad, cottage cheese, etc)

  129. Noelle says

    I would love them with peanut butter or one of the herb and garlic Laughing Cows! I really hope you feel better….it stinks to be sick but especially when you’re pregnant. BTW….I made the Chicken Parmesan Burgers recipe tonight that I got from your site. They were SO good (and so big….I’m full). Even my picky 9 year old ate a whole one. Thanks!!

  130. Sarah says

    Feel better Courtney! I would eat them with the trader joe’s kale and spinach dip. I love the idea with eggs too!

  131. Taylor Roberts says

    Crackers like that are my go-to snack. I love putting other foods on them just like what you did. My favorite is the tomato and mots cheese and you put them in the oven for a few minutes. I keep some in my car, so having more would be a treat!

  132. Holly says

    Good for you! I can’t imagine working out after 7pm. I’d fall asleep :)

    I’d use the WASA crackers to scoop up egg salad. LOVE that stuff!

  133. Haley says

    They are the B-O-M-B with Trader Joe’s new Smoked Salmon dip with capers! So ironic you posted this giveaway and I seriously had this combo just last week! yum!

  134. Kaelin says

    I have never tried them, but all of your combinations sound delicious!!

    Sorry you aren’t feeling well, hopefully you can rest up this weekend and get to feeling better!

  135. Alison says

    I would eat these Wasa crackers with peanut butter, fresh strawberries, and banana slices! Or for a savory route, maybe some goat cheese with grapes or dried figs!

  136. says

    Oooh, I’d like to try the Whole Grain crispbreads!

    2 combo’s I’d try are
    Almond Butter & Banana topped with Chia Seeds
    Cream Cheese & Dates topped with Honey (and possibly nuts!)

  137. Andrea says

    Aww there is a nasty cold going around..Feel better! Make sure to hydrate and get plenty of rest :) I LOVE Wasa crispbreads. Not only are they great for snacks but I love to crumble them over salads for a crunchy crouton topping.

  138. Tawnya says

    I just ripped a recipe out of January Fitness magazine for Skinny Waldorf Salad that included the whole grain variety. Totally on my grocery list! Feel better soon!

  139. jackie says

    Hope you feel better!

    I would love to try these crackers, especially after reading such great reviews from some of my favorite bloggers 😉 I think your combo of the laughing cow cream cheese with fruit on top or pb2 and a few chocolate chips sound delish!

  140. Rachelle says

    I definitely need your motivation to work out after dinner!

    I’ve never tried a Wasa cracker, but one topped with avocado sounds good! Or maybe some brie, fig, and honey! Ooh the possibilities…

  141. Haley says

    I absolutely love peanut butter and strawberries on wasa crackers! I think the jam, eggs, and cheese idea is great though so I may have to try that! I hope you feel better!

  142. says

    I’ve never had this delicious cracker. Going to pick some up today! I’d say with a piece of mozzarella cheese on top they’d be perfect.

    Hope you feel better soon. I’ve been avoiding getting sick by drinking lots of green tea.
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  143. says

    I love to use wasa crackers like tortilla chips and scoop up my chipotle salads with them! Or any homemade chopped salad, tuna salad, egg salad — you name it! Also love to top them with PB and banana for a quick and easy snack!
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  144. Jennifer says

    I’ve never tried wasa crackers before, but I think they’d be great with laughing cow cheese or roasted red pepper hummus. I wonder if they’d be good with pumpkin pie dip too.

  145. Jordan D says

    I bet Wasa would be delicious topped with fresh fruit or jam and drizzled with melted coconut butter. Thanks for the giveaway!

  146. Kristen says

    I love the light and crisp ones the best.

    My favorite recipes are:
    Rotisserie Chicken mixed with greek yogurt and curry powder. I like to put these on top.

    Flavored cream cheese (like garden herb) with cucumber and deli meat (like turkey)

    Laughing cow cheese, with tapatio and then dipped in chicken noodle soup.

  147. Lauren S says

    I too am pregnant and have a cold that seems never ending. I hope you feel better soon!

    Wasa crackers topped with tuna, tomatoes & lettuce is a snack staple for me-so good!

  148. meredith says

    never tried wasa’s before, but at least once a month I stare at a box in the grocery store trying to decide if I’ll like them or not! (not a big rye fan.) That egg, cheese and rasberry jam snack looks amazing though! If only I could cook my eggs any way but scrambled! :o)

  149. ikkinlala says

    I’m not sure if this is open to Canadians, but just in case: I like them with hummus and pea shoots.

    I hope you feel better soon!

  150. alex says

    I like to use them like a cracker or chip and dip in anything! My favorite though is just with cheese and avocado.

  151. Arimey says

    Hope you’re feeling better soon! I’ve had the multigrain Wasa with PB before, but would love to try the crispbreads. That sampler platter looks amazing too! It’s making me hungry just looking at it :)

  152. Alexandra says

    Wasa crackers with chicken salad and sliced grapes is one of my favorite snacks! Definitely going to try it with laughing cow cheese wedge and strawberrys next!

  153. Nicole says

    I think I would like to have some Wasa Crackers with herbed cream cheese and smoked salmon!

    Hope today is better for you Courtney!

  154. Lauren M. says

    I hope you feel better soon! It’s no fun being sick :-/. I love the idea of a healthy dessert made with wasa crispbreads! Something that I think sounds delicious is laughing cow strawberry cream cheese on top of a whole grain wasa crisp and topped with fresh berries. Yum!

  155. JeSs says

    I also have a nasty cold. Feel better soon. I’d love to eat any of these flavours with some cream cheese, sliced tomatoes, salt, and pepper. Mmmmm!


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