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This is a sponsored post for SunRice.

I have a confession to make; I haven’t eaten rice cakes in, oh, about 6 years.

It has been a long time between crackers. And it’s not just rice cakes; it’s all the various crackers found in the biscuit aisle. I must get blindsided by the Tim Tams and skip the savoury section altogether.

It’s not because I don’t like them either. I’m partial to a cracker or two. I’ve just been distracted by the sweet things and forgotten that they even exist! Sigh.

Back in the olden days, when I was about 20, I used to nanny for the sweetest little boy. Oh, he was so sweet. And he had two beautiful parents too. When I went for the position he was just a teeny baby and we {the parents and I} were talking about the package I’d receive in return for looking after their baby. We basically fell in love from the moment we met, and when we talked money the parents threw in, “And we’ll feed you breakfast and lunch too. You can have whatever you like!”

And so, being a 20-something single girl who lived in a share house with a fridge that was basically a no-go zone of various germs and leftover food, it was one of my favourite perks of the job. It’s where I discovered rice cakes. They were stored in the pantry in bulk, and they were my staple for lunch, dinner or an afternoon snack. Sometimes I’d have them with honey, others with vegemite and when I wanted to be truly fancy… well I’d add a little cheese, a slice of meat, some tomato and sprinkling of fancy sea salt. I was living the high life right there.

Fast forward to this past weekend when SunRice sent me out to give them another go. They’d been on my radar for the past couple of weeks because I recently saw a friend post about them on Instagram. She said, “We’re a packaged food-free house usually, but these are the only things we let in.”

I was intrigued. The only thing? I needed to reunite myself with those babies {the rice cakes, not the kid I nannied} of my younger years. And so I did. I went off, collected an array of toppings, a packet of SunRice Thick and Thin Rice Cakes and went on my way – determined to satisfy my little family with a fancy lunch of deliciously topped rice cakes.

Before I start being all fancy-pants and show-offy with my toppings, let me share a discovery. When I got home, I realised one of the main reasons why my Instagram friend allows rice cakes into her home. They contain just one ingredient; whole grain brown rice. No artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives, just 100% brown rice. And they’re gluten free. Mind blown? Yes, mine too.

The perfect snack

So, first up was pleasing my meat pie-loving husband. I tempted him with a little cheese, some finely sliced ham and a juicy slice of tomato – and some cracked black pepper. Verdict = winning.

The perfect snack

Then there was me. I’m easily pleased, a little cottage cheese, cherry tomatoes, salt and a basil leaf. Heaven.

The perfect snack

This was another winning combination. I made a little tomato mix of cherry tomatoes chopped, red onion, basil, a dash of olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar on a bed of spreadable goats cheese.

The perfect snack

So while I was making these creations, it came to my attention that it was quite likely that Lacey had never tried a rice cake. While I made her some simple rice cake toppings, she pulled up a stool and said, “I’ll make my own.” It’s as if she was trying to tell me that she was far too fancy and wasn’t having a piece of my simple ways. So she swiped a little cottage cheese across her rice cake and plonked part of a banana on top. And she ate it, with gusto.

The perfect snack

And then along came Ma who also wanted in on the rice cake action. She gathered a few ingredients and whipped up this. It’s made with hummus, salami, roma tomato and basil. She approved of her own creation.

It’s safe to say, rice cakes are back on the menu in our house. I won’t be by-passing the savoury section of the biscuit aisle. Hubby will have goodies for work and most importantly, of course, Lacey has a new treat for her lunchbox.

You can find SunRice Rice Cakes at your local supermarket in the biscuit aisle. They’re a healthy, nutritious snack to keep the whole family happy.

One lucky person will have the chance to win nutrition consultation valued at $1,500 PLUS a $500 Woolworths gift voucher and 6 packs of SunRice Original Thin and Think Rice Cakes to get your family on the right track. Full terms and conditions are here.

To be in the running, just leave a comment below {in 25 words or less} with what your favourite topping would be? What fancy creation would you make?

Due to some down time on my site this week, I’ve decided to extend the competition for another 24 hours so that people have time to enter who may have missed out. The competition will close Saturday 16th February 11:59pm.

The lucky winner of this competition is Eve. An email has been sent your way. Congratulations!

  • Suzanne

    This is very funny, since I just rediscovered them, after about 5 years of not having them! I’m not fancy, I just love almond butter. (Just wanted to share, even though I’m in the U.S. and probably can’t win anything.)

    • Yes, it’s Australia-based only. Sorry.

      But I am thinking I should try almond butter – do you like it for the taste, or because it’s good for you?

      • Paulette

        Try Free Nut butter too πŸ˜‰ woolies & Coles have it in the ‘health food’ section next to almond butter πŸ™‚ yum!

        • Is it similar to Nuttlex? I used to use that all the time, but have forgotten about it.

          Oh, brainwave – it’s not a butter replacement… it’s a nut spread.

          • Paulette

            LOL similar to peanut butter, but made from sunflower seeds. Real good on celery sticks too πŸ˜‰

  • Jenelle Coote

    My fav is spread with cream cheese, top with thinly sliced cucumber, smoked salmon, slivers of red onion, squeeze of lemon and cracked black pepper.

  • Yum! Cool ideas FMS!
    Our fave topping here is hommus, with thinly sliced mushroom and sundried tomotoes or marinated pepper strips (or both!). Topped with challots if I remember to buy them.
    The best part is when you’ve finished and all the juices and crumbs are on the plate. The kids pick up the plate and lick, but I do the old finger swipe. Never let manners get in the way of delish!

  • Bronwyn

    I’m partial to a sweet combo, marscapone cheese, sliced fig, and a drizzle of caramel, yummers!

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  • Paulette

    Oohhhh I LOVE avocado, homegrown tomato and sea salt. Yum! Adding rice cake to my shopping list lol

  • Avocado spread , topping with smoked salmon and capers.

  • aliciashrimpton

    I love a smear of cottage cheese or philly cheese, a slice of smoked salmon, three capers and some cracked pepper, accompanied of course by a glass of cold soda water with some ice!

  • Haylie Durrington

    Might sound boring compared to some of the lovely toppings mentioned, but my fav is curried egg with cracked pepper!! YUMMO!!!

  • Becci Stalker

    My favourite topping would be avocado and feta smash with a bit of lime juice and black pepper topped with a slice of tomato – yummo!

  • Sarah Boshart

    Not even slightly healthy but well worth it for a treat! Nutella and strawberries….. deeeeelicious! in fact off to have this for breakfast now!!

  • My ultimate topping on a rice cracker is smashed avocado accompanied with tasty vegemite. Delicious!!

  • Tanya_blogreader

    I like to use them on a cheese platter, their size limits how often the three tinlids double dip! Blue cheese and thinly sliced pear (or Maggie Beer’s spiced pear paste – heaven).

  • My favourite topping is peanut butter with mashed banana and a drizzle of honey and a sprinkling of LSA (linseed,Sunflower and Almond)

  • Nutella and peanut butter
    (i can’t win cos I’m in the UK but I needed to tell the world)

  • Joanne Smith

    Cream cheese, smoked tuna, tomato (out of my garden) a sprinkle of salt and LOTS of cracked black pepper!! YUMMO! OR plain old Peanut Butter, just as yum!

  • Katherine C

    Viva Mexico! taco seasoning marinated sandwich steak, lettuce, diced tomato, cheese, spicy salsa. Mexe-beans when I feel like skipping the meat.

  • Sour cream, lettuce, tomato, grated carrot

  • Jos

    Philly Cream Cheese mixed with John West Lemon Pepper Tuna and topped with a few cashews. Great for lunch or a snack or a sneaky (read – EASY) treat when people pop over unexpectedly!!

  • Favourite topping is, Seasoned mashed avocado, a little bit if mascarpone cheese, shredded roast chicken, slice of tomato and a basil leaf on top. Bellissimo!! x

  • Kas

    Rice cake sushi !
    Spread rice cake with Japanese mayo mixed with a bit of wasabi, top with good smoked salmon and thinly sliced avocado.

  • I also love the thought of yoghurt spread upon the rice cakes with seasonal mixed berries and a sprinkle of icing sugar. Mmmm yum!

  • Victoria

    Mine would have to be sliced cheese, tomato, salt and pepper. Boring, i know, but always a winner!!! Always the thin rice cakes, these are my fav.

  • Jamie Bond

    My favourite topping is, mashed avocado, thinly sliced cheese, topped with roast chicken pieces, a dollop of Tartare Sauce with pepper!

  • Deborah

    cream cheese and strawberries

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  • Leela

    Nuttella with 100s and 1000s for fairy bread rice cakes!!

  • My favourite topping is Avocado with lime, cracked pepper, chilli, salt flakes and some dukkah!

  • Adam Sumners

    I like mine topped simply with a spread of butter and drizzled with honey, a quick lazy dessert!

  • Lite Ham and Veggie Mite, i call it Ham and Mite.

  • nothing fancy here, but ever so yummy; cottage cheese, avocado, tomato and cucumber!

  • Melissa Brown

    a mixture of cream cheese, tuna, lemon juice, garlic and spring onions…YUM.

  • Margaret

    Spread with goats cheese, top with smoked salmon, add some cracked pepper and drizzle with lemon juice and olive oil. Yum.

  • Leah

    Peanut butter banana and honey. Savoury would be avocado, tahini and pecorino.

  • Sarah

    My current favourite is slices of creamy double Brie, shaved turkey breast, cranberry sauce and a couple of mint leaves πŸ™‚

  • Avocado, ham, tomato and chia seeds are my favourite.
    Delicious and nutritious.

  • roast sweet potato, baby spinach and fetta cheese.

  • Avocado mashed with bacon and cheese, with a dollop of sour cream on top. Ahhhh….

  • Stephanie Veljanovski

    Avocado, Whole Egg Mayo and Cucumber

  • samantha

    spinach, feta and basil pesto

  • peanut butter, chilli and cheese!

  • Fly

    Rice Cakes like these go disgustingly soggy when put into a lunch box with toppings. Waste of time.

    • Yeah, tomato is the culprit most of the time. With Hubby, we just put the salad/toppings in a little container until it’s time to eat. And Lacey hasn’t complained about hers. We’ll see!

  • Jess Bellamy

    My Favourtie topping on Rice Cakes is Peanutbutter, then on top of that Banana sliced thinly then honey trickled over the top; ~ bliss, kids adore it also, mmm!!

  • dianne gray

    anything really, but ham, cheese and tomato would be my favourite.

  • ricotta and fresh clover honey. mmmmm.

  • I can’t go past Nutella and sliced strawberries! Feels so decadent. I also love ricotta, cucumber and smoked salmon with a bit of dill.

  • Di

    Smoked salmon with dill aioli.

  • Diana O

    Avocado, bacon and tomato…..but they have to be home grown tomato’s .

  • Ernie

    Hot salami and thinly sliced dill gherkins.

  • Lilybett

    This’ll sound completely gross but my boy and I munch down on curried egg and peanut butter rice-cakes. We were introduced to it last year and I was very sceptical. grossed out even. But it tastes like a fluffy, crunchy satay.

    • Lilybett

      Dang – I deleted those two last sentences but for some reason they’re showing up.

      • If you’re worried about keeping it under 25 words, I’m happy for you to write another comment without the last two sentences. Unfortunately I can’t edit your comments, only delete them. x

  • Hazel

    Simple but always a winner.. Cream cheese and smoked salmon! Yum!!

  • I love avocado and tomato on shredded chicken.

  • Avocado with a slice of roast chicken covered with crisp bacon and melted cheese, simple but delicious.

  • Janelle Heron

    The child likes butter and vegemite. Husband has a tin of tuna. Me, garlic dip, avocado and vintage chedar.

  • Natasha Nelson

    I’m with Lacey on this one – cottage cheese, banana and a drizzle of honey, yum!

  • daisy

    Refried beans, avocado, and chopped tomato. Noms!

  • Avocado with emmental cheese and a dash of piquant sauce x x x YUM!

  • Heather Lindgren

    Easy! My all time favourite is crunchy peanut butter with banana on top! The mix of textures are amazing AND its dairy free which I need!

  • We love rice cakes – with Sundried Tomatoes, Olives, Avocado, Cheddar Cheese, Salt, Pepper, and rocket.

  • sar

    brown onion relish, a bitey cheddar cheese, sliced cherry tomatoes and rocket on top! i am living on this exact combo throughout this pregnancy!

  • Deb Walkenhorst

    cream cheese. simple and delish.

  • mashed banana,drizzle of lime juice or grated mango—yum

  • Low-fat feta cheese, tomatoes, olives, a little oregano & basil…sensational!

  • Sarah N

    Cheese, avo and tomato πŸ˜‰

  • Avo or Hommus for me please! Together maybe?! Only if I’m pregnant!!

  • Kelpad

    Chopped BBQ chicken, finely sliced celery and halved green grapes, mixed with mayo a little Maldon salt and sprinkling of pepper…yummo!

  • Belinda.S

    Whipped peanut butter and a drizzle of honey is just the best! Always manages to satisfy my sweet tooth

  • karina w

    Vegemite. Just plain old Vegemite with butter if I am feeling naughty. It’s deliciously satisfying.

  • Stephanie

    My favourite (as in every day for afternoon tea! lol) is lite sour cream and sliced gerkins!

  • Laurel

    Smoked salmon, capers, cream cheese and rocket delicious. Rice cakes are my bread substitute.

  • Lauren

    Im allergic to a lot of foods but rice cakes are always a staple of mine. My favourite is peanut butter, honey and cheese…delicious!!

  • Peanut butter and banana for a simple, energy packed, pre-workout power meal!

  • Barb N

    My favourite topping is Mortadella and tomato…on dry cakes..tasty— next fav is peanut butter and banana…main meal and dessert….nice

  • Sharni

    I remember loving loving Nutella on mine when I was little.. so maybe that with some sliced strawberries would be a nice little treat πŸ™‚

  • Joanna Doyle

    Peanut butter and raspberry jam. So, so addictive.

  • Kiely

    Definatley cottage cheese, smoked salmon and capers, yummo!

  • Danioz

    Just one? Savoury then, buffalo mozzarella, some ripped up prosciutto and fresh basil. Pop in microwave for 30 seconds. Perfection.

  • A yummy mix of tuna, avocado, hard boiled egg & homemade mayo, am now starving & it’s nearly 3am!

  • Jessica (Jay)

    Mustard & dill aioli, Bega Strong & Bitey cheese, Hans Reduced Fat Hungarian salami, homegrown tomotoes, cracked sea salt and pepper.

  • Sarah

    Nutella with strawberries and banana! Dessert rice cake yummo!

  • Casey

    Cottage cheese, avocado, ham, tomato, salt & pepps :oD

  • RhiCreate

    The thin rice cakes with cream cheese, spread with a little jam (I like strawberry or mixed berry) and topped with fresh berries… Get my sweet hit this way

  • Ricotta, honey and a few blueberries – delish!!

  • For get the rest, my recipe’s the best;
    It will both delight and amaze:
    Top your SunRice Rice Cakes with,
    Chicken, avocado and mayonnaise!

  • For something a little spicy I’d go for sweet chilli, refried beans, vintage cheddar, freshly made tomato salsa and a dollop of home made guac (avo, natural yoghurt, lemon, S&P). If you’ve got a herb garden, maybe a few basil leaves for prettiness.

    Eeep. I need to find something to eat soon … this is making me hungry!

  • I’m a sucker for peanut butter and honey mmmmmmmmm then I have to have a savoury balance so the other cracker would be cream cheese, smoked salmon and dill!

  • Natalie Stoute

    A rice cake snack must be easy.
    Making this is oh so breezy.
    Spinach and low-fat cream cheese.
    This snack is sure to please!

  • Sarah

    Thin rice cake topped with avocado and smoked salmon. Yum. 10pm and my mouth is watering, I think I’ll be going to buy some ingredients tomorrow!

  • cottage cheese, smoked salmon capers and alfafa sprouts, with a generous dash of black pepper – delicious!

  • Chicken, avocado & cheese is my favourite topping, it’s delicious & really filling.

  • I Love Cream cheese topped with Pear!
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  • Kirsty S

    Cranberry sauce, turkey and brie… divine! Spiced pear paste and camembert… even more divine!

  • Tali

    Our fave – pizza rice crackers! Tomato paste, a sprinkle of dried oregano, salami and cheese. Microwave for about 20 seconds! Delicious!

  • simoneeyles

    i have this everyday. homemade mayo, grated carrot and tasty cheese, sliced cucmumber, 1 slice of tomato and a lettuce leaf

  • avo lemon juice and pepper – delish

  • nellbe

    Rice Cakes are a coeliac’s best friend, curried egg and spinach leaves is my favourite topping.

  • Avocado, Crab Meat, Lime Juice & a sprinkle of Chilli Powder! πŸ™‚

  • Organic yoghurt topped with fresh berries and banana!

  • I love also using these rice cakes as a base for bruschetta when friends come over for morning tea. Or pre BBQ.

  • Tuna, Rocket and a shaving of parmesan cheese. Yum!

  • Tasty cheese and good ole Aussie vegemite..
    Aussie Aussie Aussie, Oi, Oi, Oi!!!!!

  • Hommous, sundried tomato and capers

  • ACasa

    A tiny bit of salad dressing, lettuce, THINLY sliced tomato, THINLY sliced salad onion, black olives. Optional: dollop of “fancy” cottage cheese.

  • Leanne

    Sundried tomato and onion flavoured tuna with a slice of tomato on top and a sprinkling of salt and pepper. Yum!!

  • Alison Smith

    I like to go the whole salad stack – hommus, tomato, egg, ham and lettuce. A little hard to eat as it falls apart a bit but delicious!

  • Maree Parnham

    I love Bruschetta but the bread always makes me regret it, so with an oven roasted garlic clove crushed, this might be my new love!

  • Anna P

    I’d make a Rice Cake Rubeun – hot english mustard topped with sauerkraut, silverside and swiss cheese

  • Clair

    Nice and simple – honey and peanut butter together! SO yum!

  • Eve

    Cream cheese, some sweet, juicy raisins and a little grated lemon zest. I can’t believe it’s not cheesecake! (and my toddler loves them).

  • Extra light ricotta and sliced strawberries – just like strawberry cheesecake.

  • Thanh

    my favourite is sun dried tomatoes, ham, feta cheese and lettuce leaves! Makes a cracker of a meal =)

  • Anna

    Hmmm hard to choose just one but I think my fave would have to be… Homemade pesto, avo, thin slices of tomato and lashings of black pepper

  • caramelised apples with ricotta

  • Vegemite, not exotic but I love it

  • Tpot

    To add some exotic spice, some flavour; just indulge in Mexican cuisine. Whip on
    some salsa, some guacamole and a spritz of sour cream!

  • Nicole

    Cream cheese and a tinned tuna – yum! and healthy!

  • Nicole

    Cream cheese and tuna. Yum! and healthy!

  • Natalie

    Thanks for posing this question – I’d dismissed rice cakes as ‘rabbit food’ but now I have about a billion different topping ideas from all of the comments. I’ll now be lashing my rice cakes with tahini, honey, banana slices and LSA. Yummo!

  • Kim m

    Fat free mayo, avo, baked pumpkin and pepper, I never ate anything better!

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  • Mine would be the classic Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese and Baby spinach, just like a bagel but without the calories!! Yummy x

  • kirsty

    it would have to be turkey, swiss cheese, avocado, boiled egg and pineapple, very tropical and delicious πŸ™‚

  • I have been trying to eat healthier this year and I have been topping my rice cakes with hummus. Tastes great and is healthy too!

  • avocado & tuna is yummy but even better cottage cheese with pinapple divine!

  • Honestly, rice cakes are boring. But the topping choices are endless! Sundried toms, brie, avocado, spinach, anything! But my fave is simply dark melted chocolate!!

  • tabouli, camembert or brie, avocado and capsicum relish

  • Slice of salmon and some brie, cherry tomatoes…2 maybe 3, grind of black pepper for extra taste, Not one morsel i will waste

  • Mediterranean flair – Aubergine, red capsicum, onion and tomato cooked together. Great hot or cold – topped with cheese. Freeze it for rice cake pizzas for busy mums.

  • Belinda Mallinson

    Cream cheese, avocado, raw salmon, lemon and lime juice,
    cracked pepper and dill. (I sometimes substitute the cream cheese for cottage
    cheese). My absolute FAVOURITE!

  • For me avocado, chicken, tomato with a little cheese, then I chuck it in the grill and toast it. Toasted rice things are surprisingly brilliant.
    For a snack for my toddler, nothing beat peanut butter and banana. The excitement on fer face when the packet comes out of the cupboard is brilliant.

  • I love garlic hommus, olive mortadella, slices of fresh truss tomatoes seasoned with salt and pepper and basil leaves on top. Healthy and delish.

  • Guacamole, smoked salmon thinnly sliced and a tiny bit of Spanish red onion on top. Bliss!

  • Mashed banana, a drizzle of maple syrup and a dollop of cream. Great snack or my kids love after dinner for dessert. πŸ™‚

  • I love rice cakes we eat them all the time an believe it or not they make awesome crunchy mini pizzas. Just add some tomato paste, a little basil, cold meats (usually ham or turkey) and top with a little cheese. Put it in the oven till the cheese melts an its a healthy and filling afternoon snack that the kids think is the ultimate treat. Pizza for afternoon tea.. yes please!

    For grown ups a pumpkin, feta, baby spinach and pinenut pizza is heaven!

  • Kate Y

    Garden-fresh is a treat
    For rice cake toppings I love to eat
    Sun-warmed tomatoes, picked basil too
    Anything homegrown will do!

  • Rice crackers gobbled up in our house,
    Little miss favours cream cheese like a mouse.
    But mum loves tomato, tzatziki and cucumber,
    Delicious, no wonder!

  • kay gerritsen blaney

    thinly sliced smoked salmon and a sprig of dill.

  • blu1berry

    I love avocado and peanut butter, sounds weird but tastes great- Try it!

  • cream cheese, pineapple and glaced cherries!

  • Kirsten W

    Smoked salmon, cream cheese with a couple of capers on top. To really make your taste buds tango, add a sprinkle of lemon juice!

  • Philly spread, a few chopped Kalamata olives, chopped basil, Red onion and black pepper

  • Kristi

    My fave is to spread a little refried beans, then top with a salsa of cherry tomatoes, red onion and avocado, and a dollop of greek yoghurt on top. Delicious!


  • Kim R

    We make yummy “pizzas” with rice cakes. We use ham, salami, capsicum, red onion, grated tasty cheese and american mustard or ranch dressing! My kids absolutely love them!

  • Karlene

    Smoked salmon, a scraping of cream cheese and a small pinch of dill

  • Emma

    Favourite topping at our house, is avocado and boiled egg, Apply a thick lashing of avocado, then top with mashed boiled egg, salt and pepper to taste. Delicious!

  • Avocado, 3 Olive Spread and chopped roasted macadamias..yummo!

  • Light Philly, Salsa and capsicum

  • Santhia

    Dijon mustard and black pepper.

  • sharron smith

    spread avocardo then lobster little salsa well you did ask what my favourite WOULD be( if i could afford)

  • Lisa

    My top teeth sinking in is my fave topping!

  • Cream Cheese, baby spinach, red capsicum, grilled eggplant and pine nuts!

  • I love Avocado with crumbled fetta, sundried tomatoes,black olives, chopped basil and lots of cracked black pepper.

  • A rice snack that’s Japanese, with SunRice its a breeze. Thinly slice tuna fish, then sliver pickled ginger to complete my sushi inspired dish

  • Mashed banana and crushed pineapple mixed together that brings us together on a hot summer night

  • Joanna H

    Feta, Sundried tomato and Dill, yummo!

  • Crispy cakes made from rice,
    With any topping are deliciously nice…
    Ham, pineapple, onion and cheese,
    In the oven for pizza snacks with ease!

  • Sally

    Crispy short cut Bacon, topped with sliced Avocado, chopped Tomato sprinkled with fresh ground black pepper make a BLTRC which is a super healthy version of my old favourite the BLT!!!

    To make it really fast and easy cook the bacon in the sandwich press between two sheets of baking paper!

    Fire up the sandwich press I’m heading for the fridge now…hoping there is some bacon there!!!

  • nicole

    avacado, a slice of cheese, hummus and grated carrot. Divine

  • Michelle Bridges has a great Mexican Salsa recipe for rice cakes,
    It’s the best one you’ll ever make!

  • Cream cheese, smoked salmon and topped off with dill, Yum!

  • creme cheese and smoked salmon and a round of red onion
    – delish

  • Siobhan

    My creation would be a delicious yet healthy one of perfectly ripe avo spread on the rice cake followed by some grated cheese, a slice of tomato and a whisper of fresh basil with cracked pepper and salt. Sad I have already had my lunch as I am really keen for it now!

  • I love rice cakes. For some reason, peanut butter, as a topping really works. For a dessert, peanut topped with banana slices and honey, is delicious

  • Loopy Lou

    Mix shredded bbq chicken, a stick of finely diced celery and chopped pistachios with sour cream and mayo. Season. Spread liberally! Delish and very moorish!!

  • Ally

    A smear of pesto, shredded chicken, sliced tomato, cracked pepper and shaved Parmesan. Mmm …

  • Rice cakes with a slice of turkey, topped with mashed avocado and a touch of cranberry sauce… Yummy!

  • A little bit of honey
    Makes rice cakes yummy
    Honey and banana,
    Look out tummy!

  • ian

    tinned spaghetti

  • avocado, cream cheese, ham and asparagus

  • Linda S

    Caramel Toffee, for sweet tasting crunch
    … Just for SPECIAL occasions, … not every lunch!

  • Thin layer of goats cheese, sliced cherry tomatoes, topped
    with baby spinach leaves. Add a pinch of salt and pepper and good to go!

  • tess howard

    Ok, bear with me here, but homemade Mushroom Walnut pate/dip is absolutely wonderful. Its healthy and yes, not the most appetising colour in the world, but tell your kids your giving them mud cakes, sprinkled with chopped tomatoes, or shaved carrot, or some other colourful veggies and watch them scarf it down!

  • Charlotte

    As a vegetarian and a picky eater, these are a real treat for me! I like to top them with a few teaspoons of hummus, some finely chopped cucumber, tomato and capsicum and top with a little pinch of salt and some white pepper. Mmm! Such a delicious snack it feels naughty, but it’s not!!!

    Thanks for another great giveaway opportunity πŸ™‚ Always enjoy answering them and seeing what other people say too!

  • I like my rice cakes with avocado, thinly sliced turkey and some cranberry sauce. Yum!

  • Definitely very boring here, and not the most healthy. I eat mine with peanut butter. So do my kids, hubby and the little bunny rabbit! Possibly I may need the most help out of any reader on your blog xxxx

  • Turkey breast, rocket lettuce, cherry tomatoes, beetroot and topped with a dollop of honey mustard. Divine.

  • A spread made from hard boiled eggs, chopped tomato, pepper and vinegar, and a little salt if liked, all blended with the stick blender is delicious and keeps well in the fridge for several days too.

  • Avocado, cheese, sundried tomato and a bit of spinach

  • malea bedford

    My favourite topping on rice cakes is tinned flavoured tuna, so easy and so delicious!

  • Jodie Harlow

    Just wondering if the winner of this amazing give away had been listed somewhere yet ?

  • Has this been drawn and who was the lucky winner? x