I don’t know about you but Wheat Thins are one of those snacks I can never seem to just eat one and put them back in the cupboard.
After that first crispy, crunchy bite, I’m hooked and before long, half the box is gone!
Maybe you have more discipline than I do, let’s hope so anyway, and your idea of enjoying Wheat Thins is not a speed eating competition but something slightly more refined.
Or maybe you’re hosting a get together and looking for an easy appetizer to prepare for your guests.
Whether you’re munching on Wheat Thins all by your lonesome or mingling with loved ones, we’ve rounded up some of the Internet’s finest ideas about what to put on Wheat Thins.
It wasn’t easy but we’re sure you’ll be happy trying anyone of these scrumptious ideas out for yourself.
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1. Wheat Thins and Cream Cheese
Cream cheese is so versatile, it seems to go with almost anything. If you love it as much as I do, then check out this recipe for cucumber and cream cheese crackers – mixed with a hint of dill, a perfect match for Wheat Thins courtesy of the good folks at I Heart Vegetables.
2. Wheat Thins and Peanut Butter
We all know how delicious spreading a bit of your favorite thick peanut butter on a wheat thin can be, that’s an easy decision but what about Wheat Thin and peanut butter desserts?
That got your attention, didn’t it?
Yeah, I thought so…
If that sounds like something you’d like to try then check out this recipe from Let’s Dish Recipes for three ingredient mock Butterfinger bars made with Wheat Thins!
3. Wheat Thins and Cheese
Who among us hasn’t topped a Wheat Thin with a slice of their favorite cheese and popped in their mouth? I know I have and it’s no wonder! The light taste and crunchy texture of Wheat Thins makes them a perfect pair for almost any cheese, from mild to sharp and even spicy cheeses.
This tried-and-true combination is so much a part of our snacking lives that even major cheese makers like Sargento have made snack packs pairing their cheeses with Wheat Thins.
4. Wheat Thins and Goat Cheese
In my book, goat cheese sort of belongs in its own category when it comes to appetizers. The unique pungent taste gives it so much versatility as an ingredient that the possibilities are almost endless.
A perfect example of this is a recipe we found for roasted beet and goat cheese served on Wheat Thins from Living Sweet Moments.
It’s simple, easy and oh soooo tasty!
5. Wheat Thins and Dip
From spinach artichoke to spicy queso, or hummus, dips and Wheat Thins are a match made in heaven.
With so many choices to pick from, it was hard to narrow it down to a single choice but being onion lovers; we had to give the thumbs up to this dynamite looking sweet onion dip recipe from Mom Loves Baking.
6. Wheat Thins and Guacamole
Creamy, delicious and occasionally spicy, guacamole is a party favorite. There are lots of tasty store-bought guacamole brands available today but if you’re in a creative mood, then here’s a guac recipe that’s perfect for the big game – Wheat Thins touchdown dip.
It features guacamole (of course), shredded cheese, cherry tomatoes, sour cream surrounded by a “fans” made of Wheat Thins.
Great idea and good fun from My Military Savings.
7. Wheat Thins and Nutella
No recipe is needed for this one! What could be easier than cracking open a bottle of delicious, creamy Nutella and slathering it on top of your favorite types of wheat thins?
On second thought, on every type except Sundried Tomato & Basil, Ranch or Cracked Pepper & Olive Oil.
8. Wheat Thins and Salsa
Hey nothing’s easier than scooping out a heaving helping of your favorite salsa with a Wheat Thin but we’ve done you one better.
From the folks over at Delish, this is a recipe for a salsa with a Mediterranean flair especially created for Wheat Thins – don’t miss this one!
9. Wheat Thins and Cottage Cheese
Most everyone would probably classify this as a something you might eat when you’re on a diet. That might be true but cottage cheese can be blended with fruit or honey to make a delectable topping for Wheat Thins.
Last, there’s one type of cottage cheese few have heard of before but once you try it, you will never look at cottage cheese the same way again!
It’s called creamed cottage cheese and we’ve got all the details on it.