The potential of infrared stabilized rice bran (SRB) as an ingredient in cracker formulation in terms of nutritional, sensory, and textural attributes was evaluated. Crackers were supplemented with infrared SRB at the rate of 2.5, 5, and 10 % based on flour weight. Crude fat, total ash, insoluble dietary fiber, and Zn, Fe, Ca, K, and P content of the crackers were significantly increased with increasing rice bran substitution (p < 0.05). Phytate content of the crackers that were substituted with 10 % of SRB was approximately three times higher than the control samples. Contribution of 10 % of SRB substitution to B vitamins of crackers was 46, 30, 317, and 121 % for thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and pyridoxine, respectively. The effect on sensory scores of the panelists or textural attributes of the crackers of the replacement of refined wheat flour with SRB up to 10 % was insignificant (p > 0.05).