Mar 1, 2013

Weekend Recipe - Meal-In-A-Biscuit Crackers

As you  all know I'm doing the whole I Quit Sugar thang' and whipping up truckloads of recipes in my little kitchen this past week. One of them were these crunchy, delicious, so-good-for-me crackers, taken from Sarah Wilson's latest recipe book which I'm absolutely loving! Oh and did I mention they are sooooper easy to make?

Your Meal-In-A-Cracker Crackers

1/2 cup chia seeds
1/2 cup sunflower seeds
1/2 cup sesame seeds
1/2 cup almond meal
2 cloves of garlic, crushed
2 tsp freshly chopped herbs
1 tsp dulse flakes (optional)
1/4 tsp salt

+ Preheat the oven at 160 degrees celcius.
+ Line a baking tray with baking paper.

+ Combine all seeds in a mixing bowl.
+ Combine everything else in another bowl, with 250ml water.
+ Pour the liquid mix into the dry seed mix, and use a wooden spoon to combine it all together

+ Spread the mixture out onto your baking tray, and use the back of a wet spoon to press it down and smooth it out; get it about 5mm thick.
+ Bake for 30mins.
+ Grab it out, cut your slab into squares, turn them over, and bake for another 25mins.
+ Cool on the tray then store in a sealed container for up to 2weeks.

These are delicious on their own, but even better with nut butter smeared all over the top; straight out of the oven; think melted PB goodness; Mmmmm... Have them for a snack, add them as a side to your salad lunch, or whip them up quick smart if you know you've got guests coming over... in an hour!

Enjoy xx

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  1. I will be making these in the dehydrator!! Thanks for the recipe.
    Peace and Raw Health,

    1. You're welcome Elizabeth :) If I still had my dehydrator that's exactly where I would have put mine too :)

  2. Hi there Christie...found your blog while googling for this recipe...because I made these yesterday and they were a total failure :( do you think you could give me some pointers? For starters, they completely stuck to the baking paper which I ultimately had to tear off shred by shred, and when I tried to cut them, they fell apart, even when when I put them back in the oven for longer. I ended up having to flip the whole baking paper over and just bake them like that, paper side up. So what I have now is basically a chunky crumble! Still edible but definitely nowhere near a biscuit...

  3. Made these today from the I quit sugar book they are amazing, wasn't sure what dulse flakes were so used chilli flakes instead, very yummy