Ingredients45 m servings 36
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Mix almond flour, walnuts, flax seed meal, and salt together in a bowl until well combined. Add water and olive oil; mix until dough is moist and holds together.
- Turn dough onto prepared baking sheet. Place a second piece of parchment over dough. Roll dough, using a rolling pin, into a 1/16-inch thick rectangle. Remove top piece of parchment paper and cut sides of dough to make an even rectangle. Add excess dough to corners or 1 end of rectangle and re-roll to uniform thickness.
- Cut dough into 1-inch squares using a pizza cutter, keeping dough still attached.
- Bake in the preheated oven until outside edges of dough are browned, about 15 minutes. Cool crackers on the baking sheet; break into squares.
- Cook's Note:
- You can substitute 2/3 cup almond meal plus 1/3 cup pumpkin seed meal for the 1 cup almond flour if desired.
- Partner Tip
- Reynolds® parchment can be used for easier cleanup/removal from the pan.
Per Serving: 36 calories; 3.7 0.6 0.6 0 233 Full nutrition
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I tried the recipe liked it, nice n crunchy. Second time I did some variation - replaced olive oil -used coconut oil. And added some sunflower seeds. Tasted much better and nuttier. This recipe ...
I absolutely love this simple recipe. I saw a similar recipe from Elana's Pantry Almond flour cookbook that used dried rosemary as well. So I combined some of the ingredients from both recipes a...
These are so good you can eat them just by themselves! Nice nutty flavor, though even better with cream cheese, smoked salmon, guacamole, you name it. Totally non-gluten and made for those with ...
I used ranch flavored sunflower seeds in place of walnuts and whole flax seeds instead of meal - put all the ingredients in a mini food processor, rolled with wooden skewers as a guide for perfe...
So good! I love the nutty flavor and they're so easy to make. I followed the recipe but added 1 TSP of dried rosemary to the dough. (I love the taste of rosemary.) The only downside is that almo...
Didn't change a thing. These were terrific. I rolled some a little thinner than suggested. Those came out more like chips than crackers. I have had them with dip, cheese, and today I plan to top...
I mixed everything in food processor, nuts first. If you place dough on a silicone mat and only use parchment paper on top, it will be easier to roll out. Not slipping around on the cookie she...
I can't get enough of these! I even made a version with some sugar, oat flour and cinnamon for a sweeter cracker. So yummy!