The Best Ever Grain Free Crackers

I might have to start cheating on my Larabars with these crackers as my new go-to snacks – ok maybe not cheat but add them to my snack arsenal.

Once again, I have to give credit to my friend Vanessa for introducing these absolutely A-mazing delectables into my life. Is it possible that a gluten-free,grain-free,dairy-free and sugar-free snack can be so delicious AND healthy at the same time?

I tried 3 different variations of this recipe, and so I’m posting the one that, in my opinion, turned out and tasted the best. I’ll share the other two variations in the recipe notes so you can try it for yourself. 

But I digress….

Grain Free Crackers - Island Girl on A Farm. This is a fantastic clean eating snack that is dairy,grain,sugar and gluten free. The fresh rosemary adds a delightful and sensational tease on the taste buds. Great alternative to traditional crackers.

Quick Overview:

You’ll need: rosemary, almond flour, raw shelled sunflower seeds, dried unsweetened cranberries, olive oil, sea salt, chia seeds and hemp seeds

Combine all ingredients in your food processor or mixer until formed into a dough, then form dough into a ball.

Grain Free Crackers from Dairy, sugar, grain and gluten free crackers. A delicious alternative to traditional crackers

Place dough between either two pieces of parchment paper or use a baking mat and parchment paper. I love and recommend the Silpat silicone baking mat. Using a rolling pin, roll out dough to 1/8 inch thickness.

Grain Free Crackers - Island Girl on a Farm

Once dough is rolled out completely, use a pizza cutter to cut dough into rectangles, squares or any other shape your heart desires :). Transfer baking mat or parchment paper to a baking tray or cookie sheet and bake away for 15 minutes! Keeping scrolling to get the full recipe. Yummm…

Grain Free Crackers - Island Girl on A Farm

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Extra Tips:

  • Almond flour  can be purchased at your local grocery store in the nutrition section, online or sometimes in the bulk food section
  • Same thing applies for coconut flour
  • If you are dying to make this recipe right away and don’t have fresh rosemary, you can always substitute for 1 tsp dried rosemary – but the fresh rosemary is what really gives these crackers their delightful taste.

Warning, these can be addictive( as I reach for my 5th cracker while enjoying a cup of green tea.) You may need to make a double(or triple) batch of these because sharing doesn’t come so easy…I warned you 🙂

I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below, and if you tried any of the variations I suggested.

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