6 Fun Ways to Eat Rice Cakes

With back to school around the corner we’re all going to be in need of some new snack ideas!! If you haven’t tried rice cakes just yet, I hope to open your eyes today to this crispy, whole-grain snack alternative that my 13-year-old daughter loves (see her favorite combo below). We’re partnering with Lundberg Family Farms today to share her favorite along with some other fun and healthy combos to try.

Why We Like Lundberg Farms’ Rice Cakes

Rice cakes are a great base for a variety of different snacks, but Lundberg Family Farms takes it a step further by ensuring that all of their ingredients are organic. That means you can feel good about avoiding GMOs and pesticides, and also choosing a snack that is whole grain (brown rice). And for those with special dietary needs, they are also gluten-free!

The Lundberg Family has been growing rice and offering rice products since 1937. Their eco-positive farming offers sustainable methods, and they have a commitment to no GMOs. Rice cakes and rice stackers are an easy way to make your snacks REAL.

Read on for some fun ways to try them…

6 Ways to Enjoy Rice Cakes

Think rice cakes can be boring? Think again! Here are 6 creative ways to top them. Lundberg Family Farms created the first four, and Kiran and I created the next two. We’d love to hear which one sounds the best to you!

Lundberg Farms 5 grain stacker with nut butter, dried fruit, nuts, and granola

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Day Hiker Recipe:

  • One Lundberg Family Farms 5 Grain Thin Stacker
  • Peanut (or other nut) butter
  • Dried cherries
  • Cacao nibs
  • Almonds
  • Granola
organic brown rice lightly salted Lundberg Farms rice cake with dijon mustard, sliced turkey, tomato, micro greens, and avocado

Workout Warrior Recipe:

  • One Organic Brown Rice, Lightly Salted Lundberg Family Farms Rice Cake
  • Dijon mustard
  • Turkey slices
  • Tomato
  • Micro-greens
  • Avocado
Lundberg Farms red rice and quinoa thin stacker with hummus, cucumber, red pepper, radish, and seasoning

Veggie Lover Recipe:

  • One Lundberg Family Farms Red Rice & Quinoa Thin Stacker
  • Hummus
  • Cucumber
  • Pepper
  • Radish
  • Seasoning
Lundberg Farms wild rice cake with pesto, tomato, mozzarella, fresh basil, and pine nuts

Foodie Recipe:

  • One Lundberg Family Farms Wild Rice Cake
  • Pesto
  • Tomato
  • Fresh basil
  • Mozzarella
  • Pine Nuts
How we eat rice cakes on 100 Days of Real Food

Uncomplicated One Recipe (from Lisa):

  • One Lundberg Family Farms Organic Brown Rice Cake – Lightly Salted
  • Peanut butter
  • Raisins
photo of Taco Everyday rice cake recipe

The Taco Everyday Recipe (from Kiran):

  • One Organic Brown Rice Cake – Lightly Salted
  • Smashed avocado
  • Black beans
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Optional cilantro


With Lundberg Family Farms Rice Cakes, the opportunities are endless. What is your favorite combo? Please share in the comments below!

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  1. Love Lundberg rice and rice cakes for the simple ingredients. I do however avoid their Baked Grain Bites because of the long ingredient list and like RX bars they also have natural flavors added. Even if organic natural flavors they are still nasty additives in disguise that should be avoided as every “real” foodie should know.