Savory Fig & Thyme Crisps - Maine Crisp Company

Savory Fig & Thyme Crisps


Nutty buckwheat and hemp hearts caramelized together in the oven create a tasty and toasty bite.  Dappled with rich walnuts, delicately sweet figs, and finished with a breath of thyme and pepper, they’ll be gone so quick you’ll join the clean shelf club!  


Water, Buckwheat Flour, Diced Figs (dusted with rice flour), Pure Maple Syrup, Walnuts, Hemp Hearts, Ground Walnuts, Organic Ground Flax Seed, Thyme, Balsamic, Baking Soda, Sea Salt, Black Pepper.

No preservatives, nothing artificial, no gums

Allergen Warning: Contains Walnuts

Please allow 1-3 business days to process orders. Orders are shipped Monday-Thursday.

Customer Reviews

Based on 94 reviews
Award winning

These crackers changed my life, no exaggeration. I'd never seen these before, so I was really tickled when I found them in Earth Fare. Very impressed by the ingredients that offered a nutrient dense, GF option for snacking without all the fillers that other products tend to lean on. You can literally taste the love and intention, and they leave your tummy feeling better afterward. This particular flavor is an excellent combination of savory and sweet. I shared them at school with my classmates and the collective response was "Wow. Who made those?" Thank you Karen, you did it right!!!

Sally Rothmann

Savory Fig & Thyme Crisps

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Debra Gordon

The best crackers ever! Were great for holiday parties.

Legit Snack Cracker

These are super tasty. The flavor is great, a mild robustness that isn’t too hardy or too sweet. I haven’t tried anything beyond cheese with these, I mostly eat them straight out of the box. They’re a great snack, with ingredients that hits the spot in good way that a white flour cracker won’t. And let’s talk about the eponymous crisp: it’s perfect. The cracker is strong enough to hold up to dips and spreads and breaks cleanly without any gum-scraping edges.

I’d love a variety without dried fruit. It would be slightly more versatile with a sweeter topping, and the fruit bits get stuck in the molars.