Nairns Oat Crackers and Cookies #Giveaway

Last Updated on October 29, 2015

Nairns Oat Crackers and Cookies

Since having Ava I have been looking more carefully into the foods that we eat and have successfully cut down on simple carbs, over-processed grains like white rice and for the most part I’ve completely cut out wheat.  I love finding alternatives that fit my new lifestyle that are also delicious.

Nairn’s Oat Crackers and Cookies are available in Canada in seven delicious flavours, all made from wheat free recipes with whole grain oats. They are high in fibre and naturally energizing to keep you going throughout the day.  They also contain zero trans or hydrogenated fats, and absolutely no GM ingredients, artificial colours, flavourings or preservatives.

I was sent a package of each of Nairn’s products to try out myself and I was definitely impressed!


Nairns Oat Crackers and Cookies

The cookies were all a real treat and all three flavours are suitable for vegetarians and vegans.  My favourite though were the Dark Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies, you wouldn’t think from their indulgent flavour that they could be even remotely healthy.  Yet they are made with whole grain oats, no hydrogenated fat, wheat free and a good source of fiber. 

Nairn’s Stem Ginger Oat Cookies really surprised me with their flavour.  Literally.  It was one of those situations where I reached for them and expected the Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies without looking and had a moment of “Oh Gee!  That is GINGER!”  They are baked with stem and ground ginger so they have a real intense ginger flavour.

Nairn’s Mixed Berries Oat Cookies are full of dried cranberries and flavoured with raspberry I love the crunch paired with the slight chew of the cranberries and the flavour is amazing.  These were my favourite paired with my afternoon tea.

Nairns Oat Crackers and Cookies

When it came to the crackers my favourite were the Scottish Cheese Oat Crackers.  I actually hid them away from my family after my first bite and refused to share.   These cheese oat crackers are made with mature cheddar cheese and whole grain oats.  They have an amazing texture – crunchy but not in a brittle or traditional “cracker-y” way and the flavour is beyond that of any cheese flavoured cracker I’ve tasted before.  It just pairs so well with the oats its truly amazing.

Nairn’s makes Organic Oat Crackers with organic oats grown to the Soil Association’s strict guidelines and vegan.    The Nairn’s Rough Oat Crackers have a lovely toasted oat flavour.  Both are amazing alone or paired with toppings.  They are actually a perfect canvas for other flavours but I kind of like them on their own too.  Their unique crunch and the oat flavour make these so satisfying.

If you prefer something lighter, try Nairn’s Oat Crackers with Sunflower Seeds, they are still full of oats, fiber and complex carbs that give you a natural boost but they are much lighter while remaining crisp.


Nairns Oat Crackers and Cookies

Buy it:

Nairn’s Oat Crackers and Cookies are available at major grocery stores across Canada, including Loblaws, London Drugs, Sobeys, Metro, Foodland, Longo’s, Highland Farms, Whole Foods Market, Overwaitea, and independent health food stores.


Win it:

Two Canadian Frugal Mom Eh readers will each win a package of Nairn’s Oat Crackers and Cookies valued at $30.  Giveaway ends on October 26th at 11:59 pm EST.  See Giveaway Tools form for entry and T&C.




117 thoughts on “Nairns Oat Crackers and Cookies #Giveaway

  1. Their products contain only a simple ingredients list with no artificial colours, flavours, preservatives or sweeteners.

  2. Love that their site offers so many recipes ! as well I learned they offer a gluten free line up 🙂

  3. I really like their Recipe Section! The first recipe, which is Mark Greenway’s Peanut Caramel Cheesecake sounds amazing!

  4. I learned that their organic oatcake has received both a ‘Highly Commended’ and a ‘Commended by Consumers’ award at the Soil Association Organic Food Awards in 2012

  5. “Wholegrains tend to be low in fat but rich in carbohydrate, often with a low glycaemic index helping to control snacking.”

  6. I am entering your giveaway.
    It would be great to win a package of Nairn’s Oat Crackers and Cookies.
    In response to your requirement to visit Nairns
    and tell you about something i saw that i liked or learned.
    I learned that Nairns has been baking with oats since 1896.
    I also learned they only use wholegrain oats grown in the nearby Scottish Borders ,
    where the climate is perfect for slowly and naturally ripening the grains
    and their oats don’t need insecticides.
    Thank you for having this giveaway!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. They don’t rely on added stimulants or high levels of sugar, and contain only a simple ingredient list with no artificial colours, flavours, preservatives or sweetners. So they are a great natural way to get the energy you need to make the most of your day.

  8. This might be a great alternative to try as we look at eating healthier.
    The Nairn crackers and cookie product line uses whole grain oats!

  9. I learned that the benefits of oats include the facts that not only do oats naturally provide energy but that the energy lasts a long time. So no crash and burns.

  10. I learned that most crackers in the market contain wheat, whereas Nairns do not making them the perfect cracker for those who want to avoid wheat in their diet.

  11. Boy they sure know their oats as the business has been around since 1896.
    Could have drove by their factory as we were in Scotland n this year. How special
    Like the recipe section too. There is some Nairns cookies in my pantry now. So good tasty too.

  12. I love how they have a plethora of different varieties. They seem like cookie-rice cakes (if that makes sense haha), and each biscuit has a pretty good amount of protein compared to others! And the thoughts of the oat-y taste already has me salivating….

  13. Visited Nairns and something I learned is they, “have been baking oatcakes since 1896. We only use wholegrain oats grown in the nearby Scottish Borders (with the exception of Gluten Free), where the climate is perfect for slowly ripening the grains.”

  14. I like that their products contain a simple ingredient list with no artificial colours, flavours, preservatives or sweetners. Love that!

  15. OMG, I learned that they are gluten free.Wow, oat-crackers-cookies is fab. & splendid. 2 fingers snap. It is tight, fly & off the chain. Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity.Dear Santa: I’ve been nice. My X-Mas wish this year is to win this contest.

  16. I liked that Nairn has teamed up with Chef Greenaway (I love him!!) and I am learning right now by reading the article just how versatile their products are.

  17. I learned that they are high in Fibre. That’s something that I always look for for my family. I’m going to try these!

  18. I learned that they now have a versatile range of oatcakes, oat biscuits, oaty bakes and gluten free products that dont contain any artificial colourings, flavours or preservatives.

  19. Best ever that their products contain only a simple ingredients list with no artificial colours, flavours, preservatives or sweeteners.

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