When I was younger I always thought of Ryvita as a diet food. Bearable when cutting calories but no fun any other time surely.
Whether it has changed a lot over the years or my tastes have ..ahem..matured I don’t know but I really enjoy them these days whether I’m dieting or not.
I love them with soft cheese,tomatoes and basil for a light but indulgent treat:
Recently I was invited to try out some of their new crispbreads and recipe ideas and I didn’t need to be asked twice.
We tried out this recipe from Ryvita for a raspberry ripple ice cream sandwich.
We didn’t include jam as we preferred the tart taste of the fresh berries and we added homemade salted caramel ice cream instead of vanilla..we may also have had open top sandwiches as somebody ate the other crispbreads. But wow. I would have no problem serving this as a dessert to friends at a dinner party.
It’s definitely worth taking another look at the latest Ryvita range . My favourites are the black pepper crackerbreads and sunflower seed and oat Crispbreads. Delicious and unless you top them with full fat homemade icecream they are pretty good for you too.
* I was sent crispbreads and a shopping voucher to try out the new recipes.