If you’re among the legions who love Lesley Stowe’s Raincoast Crisps, but blanch at paying $7 and up for that little box, consider using this copycat recipe for the popular rosemary-raisin-pecan variety, varying the add-ins, if you like.
“I’ve made these a few times and the results were fantastic!” says maplesugar. “My $0.02…You’ll need a good knife (and better knife skills than mine) to slice them evenly and thinly.” Hounds have added their own spins, including making them with half whole-wheat flour. nomadchowwoman decided to replicate her favorite Raincoast Crisp flavor, cranberry-hazelnut. The result: “Both DH and I agreed that mine and Lesley Stowe’s taste pretty much exactly the same—and with cheese, we definitely could tell no difference. I will be making these often, switching up nuts and fruits. No more grousing about how pricey these addictive little crackers are.”