snacks

These are one of my absolute favourite savoury snacks. I put anything and everything on them, avocado, tomato, cashew cheese, Vegemite, dips, soups, in salads, organic cheddar, mums quince paste, hard boiled eggs, nut butters. I make sure to fill up a jar with them every week, they are definitely a staple in my pantry. 

I made them out of the desire to find a healthy cracker! Brayden loves his savoury snacks and so he would ask for crackers at work. I hated reading the ingredients on all the supermarket crackers and then lightbulb, surely I can make my own ?

Et voila, my seed crackers were born.

Homemade. Real ingredients. Simple & Easy. 

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Ingredients

Seed Crackers

(makes 16)

1 cup of LSA (Linseed, Sunflower and Almond meal)

1/4 cup of sunflower seeds

1/4 cup of sesame seeds

1/2 a teaspoon of cumin

Pinch of salt and pepper

1/2 – 3/4 cup of water ( I generally use 1/2)

STEP 1

Preheat oven to 180 degrees (350F)

Put baking paper in tray

STEP 2

Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl

STEP 3

Add water, a little bit at a time, you don’t want to too runny and mix it all together

 

STEP 4

Spread out the mixture with the back of a spoon (make it as thin of as thick as you like)

Get a knife and slice through the mix into squares, as big or small as you like

Bake for 35 minutes

STEP 5

Make sure they are hard, if soggy, give another 5-10 minutes

Leave in oven with the door ajar until cool

STEP 6

Store in a sealed jar for up to a month (don’t put in fridge as they’ll go a bit soggy)

Enjoy with a range of toppings!

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