It鈥檚 National Snacking Month which is a true cause for celebration. We are officially entitled to feast on our favorite little bites for the duration of the month and we鈥檙e not sad about it at all. Happily indulging in miniature everything, we鈥檝e gone into full-on snacking mode. That means we fill our plates with snacks on snacks on snacks. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are not immune. After all, a full plate is a full plate, right? So today, in honor of this applause-worthy month, we鈥檙e working with Triscuit to make three recipes inspired by classic dishes. All you need to do is add three simple ingredients to these delicious crackers to make elevated, flavor-filled bites. Put your snacking gloves on and let鈥檚 get making!

First

Triscuit + Almond Butter + Banana + Honey

Breakfast-Final-Triscuit

One of our go-to breakfast foods is toast. And Triscuit crackers just happen to resemble a mini piece of toast. With that in mind, we鈥檝e got a snackable version of 鈥渢oast鈥 that you might adopt as your new morning meal.

Breakfast-Ingredients

Butter your Triscuit with a small dollop of almond butter, add a round of banana and then drizzle honey on top.

Breakfast-Process

Time to eat.

Breakfast-Close-up

With Triscuit crackers, the topping options are endless. Get creative and make your favorite combination.

Breakfast-writing-overhead

In addition to your 鈥渢oast,鈥 add other common munchies like fruit, yogurt and trail mix. A small handful of trail mix on top of a snack-size portion of yogurt is a great way to combine these two go-to mid-day nibbles. Nearly the same as a parfait but more snackworthy, in our opinion.

Breakfast-Writing

Triscuit + Prosciutto + Drunken Goat Cheese + Tomato

Lunch-Final-Triscuit

As lunch rolls around, make yourself a mini open-faced 鈥渟andwich鈥 on a Triscuit cracker.

Lunch-Ingredients

Tear your prosciutto into strips that fit your cracker. Then add a slice of cheese and a tomato round.

Lunch-Process

If you haven鈥檛 had drunken goat cheese before, get ready to fall for this hard cheese. You might never go back to cheddar.

Lunch-close-up

In addition to the Triscuit snack, an oh-so-snackable veggie platter turns gourmet for our lunch.

Table-Overhead

We鈥檝e got rainbow carrots, radishes, edamame, colorful bell peppers and lemon hummus.

Lunch

Grab your lunch buddies and snack your way through lunch hour.

Lunch-Cheers

Triscuit + Seared Ahi + Green Onions + Mustard Soy Sauce

Dinner-Final-Triscuit

The day is over and it鈥檚 time for dinner and a movie. Have your gals over for a relaxing dinner on the couch and fill your plates with sample size courses.

Dinner-Ingredients

This drool-worthy Triscuit has a piece of seared ahi, some chopped green onions and a drop of sauce. To make the sauce, mix dijon mustard with soy sauce, a splash of balsamic vinegar and maybe even some honey and/or wasabi if you need a sweet or spicy kick. Where you take it is entirely up to you!

Dinner-Process

Pair your Triscuit crackers (part of a greater tapas-style meal) with deviled eggs and dessert. Chocolate-dipped donut holes are the perfect morsels for your last bite of the day.

Dinner-Laughing

Throw on a movie and enjoy some QT with the ladies.

Watching-TV

Snag some Triscuit crackers and add three toppings of your choice to create breakfast, lunch and dinner bites for National Snacking month. We can鈥檛 wait to see what you come up with!

What are your go-to snacks? Tweet us your faves @BritandCo!

This post is a collaboration with Triscuit.

Food Production and Styling: Roxy Taghavian and Anita Yung

Photography: Chris Andre