Lavash is a classic cracker baked and eaten in Armenia and Iran. Traditionally, it is rolled thin and served soft but Hot Bread Kitchen’s lavash is baked to crispy perfection before being topped with a variety of seeds and spices. This cracker is not only tasty but has been praised in New York Magazine for being the ‘socially conscious cracker.’ (And we're totally loving the awesome packaging – love the pattern on the box, which has tiny illustrations of each ingredient!)

These lavash crackers are coated with za'atar, a Middle Eastern spice blend with sumac and sesame, for an aromatic and tangy dusting well paired with cheese and yogurt spreads.

tip of the tongue

These are really, really crispy crackers that can stand up to any dip, spread, sauce or cheese.

Za'atar: Unbleached white flour, olive oil, New York State honey, Za'atar (a middle eastern spice blend with sumac and sesame), kosher salt, yeast, vegetable oil. Comes in a 4.5 oz box.

NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles wheat, dairy, and nuts.

Per 1-oz serving: 110 cal, 4 g fat (0.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 270 mg sodium, 1 g fiber, 3 g protein

  • contains wheat.
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