I’ve been playing with grain-free cracker recipes this week.
It’s nice once in a while to have something crispy and crunchy to eat. And I think that I have found the perfect grain free cracker recipe. And I think that you are going to love it!
This recipe is dairy and egg-free. And I used coconut oil as the fat. Many of the nuts and seeds that I used were soaked and dehydrated to make crispy nuts. This makes them more digestible.
The grain free cracker recipe has a titch of almond flour as the base, but I added a ton of other things as well. I have made this recipe with both hazelnuts and macadamia nuts, and both were super yummy. The macadamia ones were a bit lighter and flakier, which was nice.Print
Grain-free Everything Crackers (gluten, dairy and egg-free, paleo)
- Yield: 25-30 crackers
- 1 cup hazelnuts (or macadamia nut), soaked and dehydrated
- 1/2 cup almond flour (like this)
- 2 TBS hemp seeds, raw, hulled
- 2 TBS sesame seeds. raw
- 2 TBS sunflower seeds, soaked and dehydrated
- 2 TBS flax meal (like this)
- 1/4 cup filtered water
- 1 tbs. coconut oil (like this), melted
- 1/2 tsp Herbamare seasoning (I use this one)
- 1/4 tsp celtic sea salt (if not using herbamare, use 1/2 tsp celtic sea salt) (I use THIS one)
- Preheat oven 325’F
- Place hazelnuts and almond flour into food processor and process into a coarse flour
- Add the rest of the ingredients and pulse until well combined and forms a dough ball
- Place dough ball on large piece of parchment paper
- Place another sheet of parchment paper on top, and carefully roll out into 1/4 inch (or less) thick
- Use pizza cutter and cut into desired cracker sizes
- Bake at 325′ for 20-25 minutes (check them towards the end as each oven varies)
- Allow to cool completely then gently break along cut lines
Do you love grain free crackers? Check out my nut free Paleo Crackers as well.
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