Costco Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers Review

Gluten free, paleo, vegan and nothing artificial!

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. I purchased this product with my own money and the opinions in this review are strictly my own. I am not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. I am just a fan of the company. I write these reviews to help my fellow shoppers.

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I’m always buying the latest crackers from Costco to review on the blog. Sure, Costco has your standard everyday crackers but they also have a pretty good selection of healthy, gluten-free, paleo crackers as well! Today I’m reviewing the Simple Mills Find Ground Sea Salt Almond Flour Crackers.

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These are actually pretty tasty. They’re thin, crunchy and VERY flavorful. Almost a little too flavorful because they’re quite salty and you can definitely taste strong notes of garlic! If you didn’t tell me I would have no idea that these are gluten-free and made out of a nut and seed flour blend. You could definitely enjoy these on a charcuterie board, with some cheese or a dip or alone. They’re savory, flavored with garlic, rosemary and onion so don’t really go all that well with sweet spreads or nut butters.

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You’re definitely paying a little more for these crackers because they’re made out of a nut and seed blend. They’re also gluten-free, paleo and vegan and anything that seems a little “healthier” costs a bit more! I paid $11.99 Canadian for the 482 gram box that contains two 241 gram bags.

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These are perfect to serve as a gluten free option on a cheese and meat board, they also make a nutrient dense snack and are flavorful enough to just be enjoyed alone. The box comes with two separate bags. The best before date is about five months from the date I purchased the crackers.

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11 crackers is 100 calories, six grams of fat, 12 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fiber, two grams of protein, 120 mg of sodium and zero grams of sugar. That’s a little more fat than other wheat crackers but it’s healthy fat! The ingredients list is very straightforward and simple.

These are pretty tasty! I wish they were slightly less salty and the garlic was reduced just a smidge but overall they’re pretty yummy and I love that they’re made out of nut/seed flour!

Taste: 7.5/10

Cost: 6/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 8/10

What’s your favorite kind of crackers to purchase from Costco? Are you team gluten or gluten-free?

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5 thoughts on “Costco Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers Review”

  1. I live in Arizona and don’t mind the salt provided it is real sea salt like the label says. Real sea salt benefits your body and can actually help with hydration. The big cause of high blood pressure in the US is processed sh!t foods, alcohol, and people being fat.

    For those of us who eat healthy consistently and care about our bodies, this cracker is great! The nutrition ingredients seem honest and real.

  2. Just bought the almond flour crackers today from Costco. Tastes good, but I do have comment or feedback for simple mills. It looks s on the salty side. Don’t need that much salt. Even if no salt sprinkled on it it tastes as good. Too much salt is bad for blood pressure. Don’t think I would eat as much of it. Long term wise it ends up not being good if not healthy as simple mills claims it to be.

  3. i have bought these crackers, firstly in th USA Costco in 2022 and then in Canada. 2 out of 3 boxes, the crackers had a funny smell. as if they had gone rancid. they were not beyond their expiry date
    has this happened to anyone else?

  4. I need to get these almond crackers to my sister-in-law in Chatham, ON. I tried ordering them through Costco’s on line service and have them delivered to her, but no luck. The on-line warehouse location has none in stock. My sister-in-law just finished a gruelling round of chemo with more to come. This is the only thing she can taste and keep down. I sent her 4 boxes via UPS. It cost me 52 bucks. There has to be an easier solution. I live in Oshawa. She is in Chatham. If I deliver them myself I’m on the road in my truck for 9 hours. Somebody please help us.

    • I highly suggest doing the shipping method instead of Instacart delivery. If ordering via shipping method, shipping costs are much lower and they have much better availability of products!


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