12 Gluten-Free Alternatives For Breadcrumbs

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Crackers like Ritz have been a widely-used breadcrumb substitute for years, and gluten-free crackers are no exception. Crushed crackers can add a toothsome bite to baked and fried foods, and they’re a good binder thanks to their ability to absorb moisture in a dish.

Thanks to the popularity of gluten-free diets, there’s no shortage of compliant crackers on the market — or if you’re feeling adventurous, you can make your own gluten-free crackers. In either case, there are some fun flavor options available here, like rosemary and olive oil, cheddar, and even pizza. But go for plain if you’re worried about overpowering the flavor of your dish (flavored crackers can definitely have that effect). Another thing to keep in mind is that gluten-free crackers vary hugely in texture, so using them as a breadcrumb swap can involve a bit of trial and error.

The simplest way to create crumbs for coating, topping, or binding is to add the crackers to a plastic bag and crush with your fists or a rolling pin until you reach the desired texture.

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