This is a sponsored post written by me. All opinions are my own!
Food and travel–two of my favorite things! RITZ crackers and Southwest Airlines have teamed up to bring you this super fun sweepstakes. They want to know where you want to travel and how you will enjoy RITZ crackers.
I had so much fun looking through the RITZ topping recipes inspired by cities where Southwest flies. There just isn’t a wrong way or place to eat a RITZ right?
Can you remember the first time you had a RITZ? I can’t! It’s like RITZ crackers has always been a part of my life and my kids’ lives for that matter. RITZ crackers is one of the first foods I gave my babies when they were first self feeding and my kids love them to this day.
As I looked through the RITZ toppings I HAD to vote for this one from 7 on a Shoe String because THIS is the first thing that came to mind when I thought about how I enjoy my RITZ. I just had some the other night. It’s so easy to serve Raspberry Chipotle Sauce over a cream cheese square. Just take a knife spread some on a RITZ and savor the deliciousness! Such a simple appetizer that tastes special every time.
Here’s one I want to try. Doesn’t Pineapple Barbecue Chicken from Mom’s Madhouse look amazing? Which recipe from the LuvRITZ site will you vote for?
I love to take a sleeve of RITZ crackers with me when I travel. You just don’t know when they’ll come in handy! Whether I’m road tripping with kids or flying high, I love to have a snack. And in this day of fees is it not awesome that our bags fly free on Southwest? Throw two bags of RITZ in!
Harry W. Carpenter says
Ritz crackers are the best for any spread that you would use them for. You would never go wrong at any time by picking a Ritz cracker as your choice. I will be sixty eight this year and still eating them I like them in soup, peanut butter and jam, Cheese balls, and a lot more never change them. I take them in my carry on bags when I travel on a plane or train for a snack to hold me over till I get to my location. I would like to see Southwest airlines serve them on there flights as a snack with cheese spread, peanut butter, or jelly. Thank You Nabisco for the Ritz cracker.