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Cauli Crackers


Made from mixed super seeds which include, chia, flaxseed, pumpkin seed and poppy. They have a delicious earthy and nutty flavour which makes them perfect for everyday munching or entertaining, whilst providing you with a whole serving of vegetable.

The benefits.

  • Assists in boosting overall health (vitamin c in cauliflower) 
  • Plays an important role in bone health and wound healing (vitamin K in cauliflower)
  • Helps with heart function, energy creation and supports your mental and emotional state (vitamin B1, B5, B6 and B9 in cauliflower)
  • Helps with heart health and may lower risk of stroke (omega-3 ALA in linseed)
  • Promotes healthy digestion and gut health (fibre)

What goes in.

Cauliflower Puree (31%), Tapioca Flour, Rice Flour, Maize Flour, Golden Linseed Meal, Poppy Seeds (3.6%), Cauliflower Powder (3.1%), Chia Seeds (1.7%), Pumpkin Seeds (1.2%), Sunflower Lecithin, Salt, Xanthan Gum, Rosemary Extract.

What's kept out.

Added sugar or preservatives.

Did you know?

These crackers are gluten-free, nut-free and made from 33% vegetables. They also contain 40% fewer carbohydrates than similar crackers in the market, with no added sugar, artificial flavours and preservatives.


Made in Melbourne.

Hot tip.

Packed full of flavour, each pack of Cauli Crackers provides you with a whole serving of vegetable. They make the perfect partner with our dips range when entertaining guests or a tasty treat by themselves.

Curiously Cauli

Founder Bianca Luscombe, has lived with Type 1 Diabetes since early childhood. This shaped her broad knowledge of nutrition and the body, which led her to explore healthier alternatives to high carbohydrate foods. Coming from an Italian background, Bianca learned the craft and joy of cooking from her mother, mastering various recipes using fresh, natural ingredients. With generous amounts of Australian grown vegetables in her diet, she set out to create new recipes and discovered a ‘star’ vegetable in the process – cauliflower. Cauliflower is exceptionally rich in immune-boosting antioxidants and properties to assist inflammation and gut health - plus, low in carbohydrates and releases energy slowly into the body, which is excellent for diabetes control. Bianca is also striving to run Curiously Cauli with a minimal environmental footprint and reduce the amount of vegetable wastage in Australia. Up to 40% of cauliflower crops may not reach the grocery store due to the supermarkets' high cosmetic standards and specifications., which leads to numerous cauliflowers thrown away to landfill, ultimately affecting the environment/climate. So by using grade 2 cauliflowers and turning them into high quality/value food products, Bianca believes she can greatly reduce vegetable wastage.