Wheat Crackers

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Wheat Crackers

5.25

All of Whitney's cracker recipes use pure Vermont maple syrup rather than refined sugars.

Castleton Crackers has received praise from O Magazine, The New York Times, Martha Stewart, Food & Wine, The Rachael Ray Show, The Boston Globe, and Culture- the word on cheese.

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Ways to Enjoy

These crackers pair with almost every cheese under the sun! Dip them in your soup, dip, or jam. Our favorite is to spread our Strawberry Rhubarb Preserve along with our Good Karma Peanut Butter on top of the crackers... unbelievably scrumptious!

About Whitney's Castleton Crackers

Founded by Whitney Lamy and made in Castleton, VT

As an artist and baker Whitney has always been fascinated by the origins of various foods. Wanting to start a business, this passion led her to look “outside the box.” In the early 1800’s Josiah Bent from Massachusetts decided to make a lighter and thinner version of Hardtack, a soldiers and seafarers staple. Bent rolled out sheets of dough, baked, and hand “cracked” them. Castleton Crackers uses this technique to make crackers for friends, family, and people like you.

Castleton Crackers debuted at the Rutland Vermont Farmer’s Market in 2008. After growth and expansion, Whitney joined with like-minded folks at the award-winning Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company.