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I love quick and easy snack ideas; when I have the munchies I want something delicious to eat right away without having to do a lot of work to prepare it first. So when I saw a video about a Quesadilla Fresca Ritzwich, it gave me the idea for the perfect simple snack idea: a caprese Ritzwich! It’s super delicious and it’s easy to prepare, so it’s the perfect snack food!
Jewel-Osco has an awesome Ritzwich recipe idea, check it out!
You can get the full recipe here.
The video totally inspired me to make my own Ritzwich! I already love Ritz crackers; they’re a pretty great snack on their own. But think of all the different ways you can turn Ritz crackers into delicious sandwiches with your favorite ingredients! I love tomatoes and basil, so I created a Caprese Ritzwich recipe, but you could do a tuna melt, or a grilled cheese, or a variation on whatever your favorite sandwich or snack is!
Caprese Ritzwich Recipe
If you love tomatoes and basil too, here’s what you need to make your own Caprese Ritzwich:
- Ritz crackers
- balsamic vinegar
This snack is super easy to make; just set out some Ritz crackers, stack a slice of tomato on top of each one, then add a slice of mozzarella cheese, a few shreds of basil, and top it all with a little bit of balsamic vinegar. Then set the plate out where everyone can reach, and enjoy!
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Disclosure: I received compensation from Jewel-Osco and IZEA in exchange for my participation in this campaign, and my honest discussion of their products. But Ritz crackers are delicious, and Ritzwiches are really the perfect snack! All opinions in this post are 100% my own. I would never write a post about something I didn’t think was useful or interesting for you guys, and Practically Functional will only publish sponsored posts for companies or products I love and believe in! 🙂
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Jewel-Osco. The opinions and text are all mine.
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