Costco Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers Review

These Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers are plain, basic crackers with a twist – they’re made from a nut and seed flour, so they’re gluten-free. It’s hard to get too excited about plain crackers, but if you can’t have gluten in your diet, finding replacements for the foods you miss is pretty thrilling! These crackers are also one of the rare gluten-free foods that people without dietary restrictions might even choose over the regular version.

Image of the Costco Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers box sitting on a table unopened.
Costco Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers.

If you’re following a gluten-free diet, Simple Mills makes another cracker called the Organic Seed Flour Crackers and they also make cookies called Sweet Thins. Both of these are also available at Costco and I’ve reviewed them.

Image of the Simple Mills crackers product description from the back of the box.
The crackers have just a few simple ingredients.

Other crackers I like from Costco are Mary’s Organic Crackers, Innofoods Graden Crisp Crackers and the Schwartz Brothers Bakery Organic Everything Bagel Chips.


I absolutely love these crackers. They’re thin, crunchy and very flavorful. The flavor is mostly just salty but I also notice a hint of garlic. If I didn’t already know I wouldn’t be able to tell these are gluten-free and any different than a regular wheat cracker.

Top down image of a white plate with almond flour crackers served on it and hummus in the middle.
Crackers & hummus.

These are great with cheese and dips and would go well on a charcuterie board. I like them with the Kirkland Signature Organic Hummus. Although they have some savory ingredients like onion, garlic and rosemary, I’ve paired them with peanut butter and they tasted fine.

Image of a hand holding one almond cracker close up to the camera with a plate of crackers in the background.
The perfect snack.


In 2020, the 482-gram box containing two 241-gram bags cost $11.99 Canadian. In 2023 I paid $13.49 Canadian so the price has gone up slightly. You’re definitely paying for the fact they’re gluten-free and made out of nut and seed flour.

Top down image of two plastic bags of crackers sitting on a table unopened.
The box comes with two bags of crackers.


The best-before date is about four months from when I purchased them. These are great to have around the house if you have guests who pop over with a gluten-allergy. My 18-month-old daughter even enjoys them and I like them for her because they have a bit of extra healthy fats.

Image of the back of the box of crackers showing ingredients, nutrition facts and made in the US.
Corn-free, grain free, paleo-friendly and vegan.

These pair well with all different kinds of savory dips, meats and cheeses! They even taste delicious in soup.

Image of a hand holding one cracker close to the camera on its side so you can see how thin the crackers are.
Thin and crispy!



11 crackers contain 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!

Image of the nutrition facts for the crackers from the back of the box.
Nutrition facts.


The ingredients list is straightforward and full of healthy ingredients. The crackers contain almonds but are gluten, dairy and peanut-free.

Image of the ingredients for the crackers from the back of the box.


Taste: 8/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 7/10


Must buy!

These are my favorite crackers from Costco and are a staple in my house. Whenever I need crackers for dips, cheeses or charcuterie boards I always have these on hand and they pair well with whatever I’m serving.

Have you tried the Costco Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers? What did you think of them? Drop a comment below!

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

  1. Yes, my experience is the same as other commenters .. too salty. When you look at the ingredients, salt is at the lower end of the list but still, the taste is too salty.

    Mind you, this is a good ‘snack tactic’ for manufacturers as this generally leads to eating more and possibly buying more, if the product is enjoyed.

    For me, a hard pass.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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?

  5. 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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