Cotijacornocadoscuit (Cotija, Grilled Corn and Avocado Snack)

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cotijacornocadoscuit1-(1)You get home from a long day… shopping, working, doing all other the things mom’s do and you’re hungry.

Or at least I know I’M hungry!

But you also want something just a little more substantial that opening a bag of chips.


In steps TRISCUIT and the cotijacornocadoscuit.

What, may you ask is a cotijacornocadoscuit (Co-tee-ha-corn-o-cado-skit)? Well, it’s easy… cotija cheese, grilled corn and avocado all topped onto a TRISCUIT.



It’s a super yummy snack, or even an appetizer with a salty/sweet creamy crunch. And easy to throw together, even if you are tired.

To grab all the ingredients you can head to your local Ralphs, like I did to pick up the cheese, corn, avocado and TRISCUIT. To find your local Ralphs or Kroger store check here for locations.

I love that you can top TRISCUIT with most anything… sweet or savory (or both) and you will find a great snack. You could even try a few grilled appetizers using TRISCUIT.  I think a red pepper spread, topped with a grilled kielbasa slice all on top of a TRISCUIT would be perfect for a summer get-to-gether.


Head to Ralphs for your TRISCUIT crackers and while you are there enjoy the fresh produce and great selection of products.

For more great recipes and snacks from TRISCUIT and Kroger make sure to follow them on social media:

And be on the lookout because there will be a TRISCUIT sampling events at some Kroger stores!


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  • sliced avocado
  • grilled corn
  • Cotija cheese, crumbled


  1. Layer ingredients on top of each TRISCUIT
  2. Serve on a platter if using as an appetizer or if it's just for you, a small plate
  3. Enjoy immediately
  4. Note: You can make as few or many of these as you need. and for a time saver buy ready grilled corn from the freezer section and thaw before topping.




  1. Ana says

    Your photos just made me want a TRISCUIT cracker. Thse cotijacornocadoscuit (Co-tee-ha-corn-o-cado-skit) TRISCUIT cracker will be a bit hit around my house this summer. Thanks for sharing! {Client}

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