Cucumber Cream Cheese and Mint Triscuit Crackers
Cucumber Cream Cheese and Mint Triscuits
Top each Triscuit cracker with a spread of cream cheese, a slice of cucumber and a sprig of mint.
Suggested serving size is two topped crackers per person.
It seems like the older I get, the more I appreciate simplicity, especially in the kitchen, This new trend of exploding flavors isn’t quite my thing. Peanut Butter and Jelly Sriracha burgers? Yep, I’m definitely passing, but if you put a simple grilled burger in front of me, I’ll be all over it.
That’s why I love simple combinations like cucumber, cream cheese and mint on a Triscuit cracker. These are perfect for an afternoon snack in the warmer months. The cool cucumber and refreshing mint is a wonderful combination. Pair these little bites of goodness with a tall glass of iced tea and you’re good to go.
We eat lots of cucumber all summer because it’s one of the few things I’m good at growing in our garden. The addition of cream cheese adds a cool, creamy texture that’s irresistible. I top it off with fresh mint from my garden that I always have on hand. It’s the only thing that I can’t kill in the garden since it grows more like a weed than anything else.
Triscuit crackers are more than just crackers. They’re the start of something special. Let your imagination run wild with all the different things you can top a Triscuit cracker with. You can make anything from simple snacks to elegant appetizers for dinner parties.
There’s lots of simple ways to top a Trisccuit cracker. You can add any combination of cheese, meat, veggies and sauces you like to make your own unique snack. And since Triscuit crackers themselves contain just 3 ingredients, you can feel good about snack time.
You can find more ideas to make your Triscuit crackers special by heading over to the Triscuit Pinterest site.
Triscuit believes in simple things coming together to create something more. Whether it’s just three ingredients on a Triscuit or about life, we believe that you (and Triscuit) are “Made for More”.
Triscuit sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.