Making Seed Crackers

Seed Crackers would have to be the easiest thing to make and perfect for Happy Hour for those that may be wanting to be a little more healthy minded.

These simple vegan crackers were a recipe shared with me from a dear friend.

 

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I didn’t realise how easy Seed Crackers  were to make.  Well until when I actually made them.  With an assortment of seeds and a combination of almond meal, salt, water and olive oil, these simple crackers where definitely a no brainer and something everyone can make.

What To Eat With Your Seed Crackers

Well the list is endless. Finding things to eat with your Seed Crackers is totally up to your imagination.  Dips, pesto, freshly cut tomato, cheeses, relish (my fave) and humus come to mind. You could even serve these seed crackers with a lovely soup too!  Our yummy and Easy Basil Pesto recipe you can find the link here.  

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How To Make Your Seed Crackers

  1. Combine all dry ingredients together.
  2. Combine all the wet ingredients together.
  3. Mix wet and dry ingredients and sit in bowl for 30 minutes.
  4. Roll out thinly between two sheets of baking paper and slide onto a flat tray.
  5. Pell off top layer of baking paper and cook in oven until cooked hard and lightly crispy.
  6. Break into lovely grabbable sized pieces and eat with yummy dips and treats.

 

Ingredients

Seeds: Combination of pepitas, chia, sunflower and flax.

Flour: Almond, Chickpea, Rice or Buckwheat

Flavoring: Salt to give it a yummy savory and salty taste

Water and Oil: Something to combine all the gorgeous goodness together

 

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Seed Cracker Recipe

 

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Easy Seed Crackers
Prep Time
35 mins
Cook Time
40 mins
 

Healthy vegan crackers that you can whip up anytime.

Course: Snacks
Cuisine: American, Australian
Keyword: homemade crackers, seed crackers,, vegan crackers
Servings: 16
Calories: 48 kcal
Ingredients
  • 40 gms pepita seeds
  • 40 gms sunflower seeds
  • 40 gms chia seeds
  • 15 gms rolled oats
  • 20 gms flaxseed
  • 20 gms almond meal
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 tsp olive oil
  • 165 ml water
Instructions
  1. Pop the oven on at 160 degrees Celsius.

  2. Get 2 flat baking trays approximately 35cm x 35cm and cut 4 pieces of baking paper to fit.

  3. Place all the dry ingredients into a mixing bowl and combine.

  4. Add the olive oil to the water and pour into the bowl of dry ingredients and mix well.

  5. Allow to sit for 30 minutes

  6. Place half the mixture on 1 piece of baking paper on to a flat surface. Place a second piece of baking paper on top and roll out between the two until the mixture is flat. Use a rolling pin if you like or smoosh out with your hands.

  7. Slide onto a tray and gently peel the top layer of baking paper away.

  8. Repeat with the second half of the mixture and place into the oven and cook for approximately 30-40 minutes and check to see if mixture is crisp, or until lightly golden brown on edges. If need be cook for another 10 minutes.

  9. Allow to cool completely and when firm break into pieces. Store in and air tight container.

Recipe Notes

Instead of using almond meal you can swap up for chickpea, rice or buckwheat flour.

 

Nutrition Facts
Easy Seed Crackers
Amount Per Serving
Calories 48 Calories from Fat 36
% Daily Value*
Fat 4g6%
Saturated Fat 1g6%
Trans Fat 1g
Polyunsaturated Fat 2g
Monounsaturated Fat 1g
Sodium 147mg6%
Potassium 40mg1%
Carbohydrates 3g1%
Fiber 2g8%
Sugar 1g1%
Protein 2g4%
Vitamin A 3IU0%
Vitamin C 1mg1%
Calcium 24mg2%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

 

How To Store Seed Crackers

Seed crackers keep really well in an airtight container.  We usually store ours in a glass jar.  Easy to find in the pantry too.

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About Sonya

Easy Seed Crackers 3Helloooo, I'm Sonya and I'm one of those late starter's in the exercise department. (but you know you're never too late to start). A retired beauty therapist who likes geeking out in the online world, loves 4-legged fury friends, baking and gardening.