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Avocado Crema And Bacon topped TRISCUIT Crackers

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Creamy, coriander and chili infused Avocado Crema and salty, crunchy bacon pair so well with TRISCUIT Crackers in these simple snack stacks. Enjoy these Avocado Crema And Bacon topped TRISCUIT Crackers by yourself or at your next warm weather get-together!

Avocado Crema Triscuit

When it comes to snacking – what’d ya like? Do you seek out something cold and creamy? Maybe, something salty and chewy? Or, do you reach for something mega crunchy? Sometimes, I veer towards mega crunchy, and other times I veer towards creamy. But most times I like a combination of creamy + salty + mega crunchy so I reach for TRISCUIT Crackers with some sort of salty, creamy, veggie topping. Most times that involves roughly torn chunks of fried bacon on top of not-so-photogenic lumps of avocado. But, today, I turned that avocado into a delicious avocado crema, sliced up some bacon neatly and topped my TRISCUIT Crackers with these for a pretty (at least I hope you think so) and delicious snack to share with y’all!

Triscuit Snacking
Avocado Crema

There are so many other delicious recipes for avocado crema around these interwebs, and, you probably have your favorite one, so please feel free to use that if you’d like to. Just like you might choose to use turkey bacon instead of pork bacon. There are really no hard and fast rules to this snack stack – other than the fact that you gotta use TRISCUIT Crackers as the base! This snack stack is more about inspiration that imposition.

Triscuit With Avocado Crema
Avocado Crema Bacon Triscuit Snacks

When my now 19-year-old daughter was a toddler, we used to have at least two varieties of TRISCUIT Crackers hanging out in our pantry. During her toddler years, she went through this phase where she would only eat certain colored foods. There was the white foods phase with pasta and bananas, then the orange one with oranges and carrots and the green one with broccoli and spinach smoothies (but not real spinach – oh the mind of a toddler!). But, she never seemed to complain if I piled on a couple of carrot slices with cream cheese on TRISCUIT Crackers (that’s white and orange there folks!). Sometimes, I’d even succeed in feeding her three colors of caramelized onions and cheddar on TRISCUIT Crackers (brown + yellow + white = woohoo!)! You are seeing the common thread, eh? Yup – TRISCUIT Crackers! TRISCUIT Crackers happen to be non-GMO. Even though my daughter seems to have grown out of most of her food phases, we still pick up a couple of varieties of TRISCUIT Crackers from our neighborhood Kroger Store as they sure come in handy for snack stacks as well as any last-second entertaining needs.

Triscuit With Avocado Crema And Bacon

So, the next time you find yourself at Kroger, make sure to pick up some of your favorite varieties of TRISCUIT Crackers. Don’t have time to make it to Kroger? Well, then, you can shop now to stock up on your favorite TRISCUIT Crackers!

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Avocado Crema Bacon Triscuit Snacks

Avocado Crema And Bacon topped TRISCUIT Crackers

Yield: 10
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Creamy, coriander and chili infused Avocado Crema and salty, crunchy bacon pair so well with TRISCUIT Crackers in these simple snack stacks. Enjoy these Avocado Crema And Bacon topped TRISCUIT Crackers by yourself or at your next warm weather get-together!


For Avocado Crema:

  • Juice of ½ lime
  • ½ cup yogurt plain
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 tbsp cilantro chopped
  • 1 tbsp parsley dried
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp pepper
  • ¼ tsp coriander
  • ½ tsp chili powder


  • Bacon
  • TRISCUIT Crackers


  1. Add all the ingredients into a bowl and using an immersion blender blend them up well. If you don’t have an immersion blender, add ingredients to a food processor or blender and blend till well incorporated.
  2. Place dainty dollops on TRISCUIT Crackers, top with bacon and sprinkle with parsley and cilantro.
Nutrition Information
Yield 10
Amount Per Serving Calories 52Cholesterol 1mgSodium 126mgCarbohydrates 2gFiber 1g

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David @ Spiced

Friday 6th of April 2018

Oh, how I miss Kroger! I know I've said that before, but I really do! And we love (LOVE!) Triscuits around our house. Just like you, we always keep 2 flavors on hand. I like the Black Pepper flavor, and I typically just top them with a bit of brown mustard and a slice of Cabot's sharp cheddar cheese. YUM! But Robbie complains about the Black Pepper ones...he calls them "too spicy." So we keep the Rosemary and Olive Oil flavor around for him...and he loves them! Now if only I could get him to try cheddar cheese....haha. Now I want to try your version with the avocado crema and bacon. Sounds delish!

Dawn - Girl Heart Food

Friday 6th of April 2018

I do love all sorts of snacks, especially bite sized ones like these! You had me at avocado crema here, my friend! That stuff is so good! I remember trying a pumpkin version of a Triscuit last fall and it was really good! I love how hearty they are and they don't fall all apart when you top 'em with stuff! Can't wait to give these a go, Shashi! This and some vino and our favourite show and it's a good Friday night ;) Have a good one, my friend! XOXO

Veena Azmanov

Friday 6th of April 2018

Wow, this recipe looks incredible! It is really impressive. Very beautiful presentation. I really like. I definitely want to try it and I'm sure it's very tasty. Thank you for sharing this great recipe.

Tania @ The Cook's Pyjamas

Friday 6th of April 2018

I'll have to admit I have never heard of avocado crema, but after reading the ingredients I am going to have to give it a go. I can see how these would be delicious.