10 Old-Timey Treats You’ll Want to Order From Cracker Barrel’s Online Store
From coffee to corn muffins, you can enjoy the taste of your Cracker Barrel favorites wherever you are.
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Confession: We love Cracker Barrel. We dream about their cozy restaurant, fun general store and cozy breakfasts all the time. But we can’t visit all the time. Enter the chain’s new online store. You can get the tastes of Cracker Barrel all the time with their new items.
Biscuit and dumpling mix
Whip up some Southern charm that’s sure to please a crowd with Cracker Barrel’s biscuit and dumpling mix. Serve the biscuits with this hearty pork sausage gravy for a classic pairing, or try the dumplings as part of a savory chicken and dumpling casserole.
Cherry cobbler filling
End your next meal with this easy, sweet treat. Use the recipe on the back of this cherry cobbler filling to recreate the dessert they serve at Cracker Barrel. Or, replace the filling in this easy cherry cobbler for a dessert that will be gobbled up in no time.
Cracker Barrel coffee
Start your day—or fight your afternoon slump—with a cup of this good, old-fashioned coffee. It’s the same coffee that’s served in the store. Didn’t finish the pot? Don’t waste what’s left—use it to whip up these coffee dessert recipes.
Dang! butterscotch root beer
Fill a tall, frosty glass with the sweet taste of sassafras found in Dang! butterscotch root ber. While you’re sipping, you can prepare these root beer cupcakes—this root beer will add a hint of butterscotch to their sweet, spice-cake flavor. Or go classic and add it to a root beer float!
Pure natural pancake syrup
Treat yourself to a special weekend breakfast. How about fresh made pancakes, or maybe a fun take on French toast? Drizzled over the top with Cracker Barrel’s pancake syrup, you’ll have absolute perfection.
Spiced apple butter
Add a little variety to a quick weekday breakfast by spreading this spiced apple butter on your toast or English muffin. Or, create a company-worthy dessert by serving it over this cream cheese ice cream.
Half sugar-cured ham
This slow-cooked, lightly smoked half sugar-cured ham is sure to delight your guests at your next holiday meal or family celebration. Got leftovers? No need to simply reheat and eat. Try one (or more) of these 54 recipes that use leftover ham.
Chow chow relish
Traditionally, this sweet, pickled relish was made at the end of the harvest, to preserve the vegetables that wouldn’t be eaten fresh. Now, scoop chow-chow relish straight from the jar onto corn dogs, add it to your favorite potato salad, or mix it in with your deviled eggs (we’ve got some devilishly good recipes right here).