With the recent recalls of Goldish and Ritz crackers, your pantry may be looking a little bare. Despite feeling like the snack world is crumbling around us (pun intended), there are plenty of cheese cracker alternatives to keep your hungry littles happy.

Keep reading for our top picks of credible crackers your little cheeseheads will love.

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Trader Joes Roasted Gorgonzola Flavored Oven Crisp Crackers

If you're trying to reclaim that cheesy goodness in a cracker, then these gorgonzola crisps from Trader Joe's fit the bill. Deliciously crunchy without being overwhelming, this crackers can be enjoyed a la mode, with dip or in soup. While not a traditional "kid" snack, you'll find everyone digging into the box before you know it.

Moon Cheese Cheddar Natural & Crunchy Cheese Snack

Gluten-free and made with 100% real cheese, these cheese balls will satisfy your cracker cravings. Even better, they are sold in perfectly portioned packs for little hands to enjoy for snacks or lunch.

Snyders of Hanover Wholey Cheese! Mild Cheddar Crispy Baked Crackers

These new crackers from famed pretzel maker Snyders of Hanover prove to be meet your cheesy needs. Coming in three flavors that include Swiss and black pepper, mild cheddar and smoked gouda, these crackers are just as tasty for adults as they are for kids.

Just The Cheese Snack Bars

It's all about the cheese in these crunchy baked snacks bars. Made with just 100% Wisconsin cheese, these bars are oven baked and provide as much calcium as a glass of milk. Choose from aged cheddar, grilled cheese and jalapeño flavors for your adventurous eaters.

Annie's Cheddar Bunnies

Now's the time to get your kiddos hooked on the baked and organic wheat flour crackers that come from Annie's. Made with real aged cheddar these snacks are perfectly sized and wholesome too.

—Karly Wood

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