You can create squares or whatever shapes you’d like, and have delicious crackers ready within an hour
By Ann Trieger Kurland Globe Correspondent,Updated
February 1, 2022, 2:00 p.m.
Top Seedz, a Buffalo artisan cracker company, recently introduced a cracker mix.
Rebecca Brady created Top Seedz nearly five years ago, a line of artisan crackers, thick and earthy and teeming with seeds — flax, sesame, pumpkin, chia, and hemp. Now Brady’s company in Buffalo has introduced something new: a cracker mix (think cake or cookie mix) to bake your own. Each pouch contains about a half-dozen ingredients, including various seeds, some roasted, and directions to add olive oil and water and bake on a cookie sheet. You can create squares or whatever shapes you’d like, and have delicious crackers ready within an hour. Brady says she gets suggestions from customers about producing more flavors. “But you can add whatever herbs and spices you like,” she says. “Get creative.” The mix, like the ready-made crackers, is organic, vegan, and gluten-free ($8 for a pouch).