I just can’t contain my excitement about how well these copycat Raincoast Crisps turned out! For those of you who have tried Leslie Stowe’s Raincosat Crisps, you know that they’re absolutely delicious and wholesome, but very expensive. I thought they seemed simple enough to make, and when I googled how to make them, multiple recipes popped up. I ended up choosing a recipe from Dinner with Julie who just so happens to be the author of one of my fave cookbooks Spilling the Beans. Ohh and did I mention that they taste EXACTLY the same as the real Raincoast Crisps??!
Raincoast Crisps cost around $6.00 per package (approximately 15 crackers) and this recipe makes about 12 times that amount. Also, you don’t need to stick to the exact ingredients that the recipe says. Get creative and use a variety of nuts, dried fruit and dried herbs and spices. Are you excited yet!!??
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