My Strawberry Ricotta Bites are an easy summer snack idea using Triscuit crackers as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #TriscuitSnackoff
Last week, just before we were heading out of town for our yearly trip to San Diego Comic-Con, we had an impromptu game night with our family and some friends. Having snacks for a game night is an absolute must and depending on my ambition, energy level, and what’s in our kitchen, it can be anything from an easy dip to tortilla pinwheels.
Since I had slacked off on grocery shopping before our big trip (didn’t want anything to spoil while we were gone), I was lacking the ingredients for those types of things. But one thing I did have was some Triscuit crackers.
The perfectly square shape of Triscuit crackers are perfect to build on, so I was sure I could figure out something and make them my secret game night weapon.
Since we were leaving on our trip, I took a look through our refrigerator to see if I had anything else that needed to used up. The strawberries and mixed greens immediately caught my eye and inspiration hit! I decided to make what I call Strawberry Ricotta Bites.
When I tell you how easy these are made, you are going to understand how valuable a box of Triscuit crackers in the pantry can be. You can seriously pulled this snack together in about 20 minutes — maybe even less.
It starts with dicing about 8 ounces of fresh summer strawberries and placing them in a bowl.
Balsamic vinegar and a bit of sugar is added to the strawberries and then they are set aside. While the strawberries are macerating, lay out your Triscuit crackers on a serving tray.
To assemble your Strawberry Ricotta Bites, you’ll top the Triscuit with a spread of ricotta, then a bit of field greens (I used smaller pieces, but you can tear larger one to allow them to fit), and then a small spoonful of the strawberries.
To finish them off, I gave a light sprinkle of some finely chopped almonds. Here’s a secret for those: I chopped almonds that were already sliced, which made it super easy to get them into small pieces.
And, just like that, your snack is ready to serve!
I’d love for you to try my Triscuit snack idea, but I bet you have your own creative topping ideas for Triscuit crackers too. Right now, Martha Stewart and Triscuit are hosting a topping content at TriscuitSummerSnackoff.com. Just snap a picture of your Triscuit creation using Martha Stewart’s challenge ingredient. Not only will the first 5,000 entrants get a free box of Triscuit crackers, but you’ll be eligible to win a trip to NYC to meet Martha Stewart!
Here’s my complete recipe — feel free to print or save to your ZipList recipe box. If you aren’t ready for it yet, you can also pin to Pinterest for safekeeping.Print