Raving About Ryvita

ryvita.pngI have recently changed the type of crispbread that I buy. I have become a Ryvita convert – especially the wholegrain cracker breads Ryvita produce.

I stopped buying bread regularly years ago. I do at times but a rustic loaf from one of the local artisan bakeries, especially when I am having a friend staying overnight. But since I have lived on my own, I have tended not to buy bread for myself. Instead I have been buying crispbreads.

dr kargs.pngBut some of them are really boring and for a long time, I have avoided Ryvita I must admit. I found a crispbread that I loved. Dr Karg’s Emmental Cheese and Pumpkin Seed Crispbreads. Yummy! However, it might be just my imagination, but I feel as if they have been gradually making me put weight on. In addition, they are filling me up. I can only manage one crispbread now, whereas I used to have two for lunch (with toppings) and if I was hungry, I would have three! But now, I can only manage one.

And of course…I am thinking that I want to look my best for Goldfinch and shed any unnecessary pounds.

You might be thinking crispbreads are about as exciting as slices of polystyrene or cardboard…but as well as the crispbread itself, it is all about the toppings. There are so many ideas for crispbreads. You can have them as simple as you like, as interesting as you like, or as indulgent as you like.


I normally have crispbreads as a quick lunch. So now with the help of my wholegrain Ryvita crackerbreads, I hope to be on top form when I am next with Goldfinch 🙂

5 thoughts on “Raving About Ryvita”

    1. Don’t worry Sadje, I always have a good breakfast and I am eating out a lot with friends for dinner. But I only ever have a few minutes to eat at lunch time. Crispbreads with a yummy topping are easy and simple and give me the chance to have lots of salad with something stodgy.

      Because I work such long hours I can’t have a heavy meal at lunch time, partly due to lack of time, and partly because it would make me lethargic if I ate too much.

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    1. I just found eight comments from you in my spam folder 🙂
      I shall try to catch up with all your lovely comments 🙂

      Guacamole, humous – at the moment I am making my own caramelised onion humous, dairy free cheese & spring onion dip, carrot, cucumber, celery and coriander – with a dollop of mango chutney, beetroot humous, pesto humous, olive tapenade, sundried tomatoes, nacho cheesy dip…oh I have fun with the toppings on each piece of cardboard I have for lunch.

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