Overview

These buttery raw walnut zucchini crackers are the raw food alternative to the Ritz Crackers. Well, perhaps they don't taste exactly like raw Ritz Crackers, but they sure are savory, buttery and they melt in your mouth. Walnuts and zucchini are the main ingredients. A dehydrator is required.
  • Prep Time

    10 min
  • Total Time

    12 hours 10 min
  • Suggested Servings

    8 servings
  • Yield

    2 dehydrator trays
  • Shelf Life

    5 days in fridge
  • Equipment

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • 1. Fully immerse walnuts in a bowl. Let sit for two hours. Discard soak water.  Quickly rinse the walnuts again.
  • 2. Place walnuts in a food processor. Process them until they are in very small uniform pieces (Mindi suggests that they should resemble cous cous.). Transfer the ground walnuts to a bowl.
  • 3. Place chopped zucchini in a food processor. Process the zucchini until it's in very small pieces. Add the processed zucchini into the bowl that already has the walnuts in it.

     4. Add ground flax, hemp seeds and salt to the bowl.

  •  5. Stir well until fully mixed. Add enough water to make spreadable dough ( 1/2 to 1 cup)
  • 6. Spread the batter onto two dehydrator trays.
  •  7. Dehydrate at 115 degrees for the first hour, then lower to 105 degrees for the remaining time. Once they start to stay together very nicely (after a couple of hours in the dehydrator), remove them from the dehydrator. Take a knife and "cut" where you want your cracker lines to be. Once they're done (I dehydrate these for approximately 12 hours in total, because I eat them so fast that I like to leave a tiny bit of moisture still in them. You may need to leave them in longer depending on your batter and the moisture in the air), you'll be able to simply snap them along the lines that you made in the dough.
  • 8. You'll know that they're done when they look and taste like delicious crackers and snap easily. If they're still kind of wet or doughy, they are not done.
  • 9. Serve with thinly sliced tomatoes, avocado, sprouts, etc. They're crackers, so do whatever you like with them! Store them in a tightly sealed container.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

These buttery raw walnut zucchini crackers are to die for. Warning: Once you make these crackers you'll never be able to go back to normal raw crackers. Consider yourself warned.

These crackers have been described as the raw food alternative to the "Ritz Cracker." Well, perhaps they don't taste exactly like raw Ritz Crackers, but they sure are savory, buttery and they melt in your mouth. Pure raw cracker bliss!

Mmm, serve with thinly sliced tomato and/or avocado... TO DIE FOR!

This raw cracker recipe requires a dehydrator.

Nutrition Overview

B+grade
  • This recipe is very low in Carbohydrates.
  • This recipe is low in Calories.
  • This recipe is a good source of Protein, and Vitamin B6.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Dietary Fiber, and Iron.

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Your friend is me, right? ;) I love them too, but haven't made them lately. I can't wait for zucc season!!!!!!

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I love these walnut zucchini crackers..I am going to make some for my friend!!

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You're very welcome, Helena. Sounds like they (and you!) were a hit at the party!

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Would these freeze well? I have soo much zucchini I need to use soon.

Thanks!

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Hi Mama J! yes - they are lovely frozen!!

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Made these last night - they are lovely! They are quite crumbly - I turned them onto the mesh after a few hours so perhaps I over-dried them. I sprinkled some with hot chilli pepper which is lovely - and I also topped a few with nutritional yeast. Next time I might mix the yeast in with the mix for a more cheesy cracker. Definitely a recipe to make again and again.

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Love the texture hey?? Great idea to use them as a base for a cheesy cracker. I might have to steal that idea!

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I also meant to ask why I can't see this recipe on the 'menu' under Dehydrated Raw Crackers

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Hi Sarah!

That's strange - maybe because it was on page two?? Not sure - let me know. There could be a prob that I am not aware of. I do see it when I click here and go to page two (https://www.therawtarian.com/recipe-categories/dehydrated-raw-crackers-w...), but perhaps you were talking about a different area entirely :)

Let me know if you have a chance. Thank you!

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Steal away Laura-Jane! I like the texture, though I found it hard to spread things on it as mine just crumbled so I might take them out earlier next time - or make them slightly thicker.

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:)

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Fantastic recipe!!!!! Even my meat eating husband liked these!

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lol, good news, Mary! I'm glad you both liked the crackers!

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Is there a way to print your recipes without copying and pasting? Looking forward to making some raw crackers!

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Hi Gayle,

In short, I do offer printable PDFs as one of the many benefits of becoming a member of "The Rawtarian's Kitchen" (www.therawtarian.com/trk - you can purchase a membership here) BUT if that is not in the budget and not something that appeals to you, I completely understand… in that case you can copy the text into word and paste from there. A little more time consuming but it definitely works

Also, if you have a smartphone some people enjoy my "recipe" app - it costs a few dollars, but it's very handy in the kitchen if you have a smartphone or iPad

Hope this helps!

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I don't want to rate. I just want to ask a question because I am interested in making these, but I am confused about prior comments I read. Is it okay to substitute the hemp seeds for chia seeds? Or are you saying to use cashews as a substitute for the hemp seeds?

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Hi Janae,

To be honest, I don't recommend substituting the hempseeds for anything. You need hempseeds for this recipe. (I recognize I said yes below, but I don't think it would turn out well so I am revising my statement.)

(But you can use cashews or pecans instead of walnuts.)

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Thank you for the response. I will follow your recipe and use hempseeds. BTW thanks for all your lovely recipes. I am having so much fun trying them :)

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Happy to help, Janae :)

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Really yummers :) I think I will add a little less salt though next time, 2 teaspoons was just a bit too much for my taste, I'll add to taste next time.

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Hi Melinda,

Upon further reflection, I agree with you about the salt amounts. I have reduced it from 2 teaspoons to 1 1/2 teaspoons. Thanks for your comment! It's notes like yours that make this place GREAT!

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Inge's Review

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Is it possible to grind or chop the hamp seed and the flax seeds - or will it cause a problem with storage?

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Hi Inge - why would you grind/chop before storing?

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Hello all! I'm trying this recipe for the first time next week, and I must say I'm apprehensive. I bought my dehydrator earlier this summer and I'm 0 for 3 for cracker recipes. They end up either too thick, or never crisp up, or get soggy after a few days... Yuck. I live in Idaho, notery humid, average is about 15-25%. Thoughts or tips?

Also I am getting away from some serious junk food habits, and I notice this recipe doesn't call for hardly any seasoning. I'm gonna need a little kick here to keep me away from the Doritos!! Can I add something to make them a bit savory? I have nutritional yeast and liquid aminos, and a bunch of Indian spices. Any tips on this would be so awesome!

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Crackers can get soggy after a few days. You can always store them in the refrigerator and then dehydrate them again for a bit if crispiness is really important to you.

Have you tried this recipe? It's the cracker recipe that I make the most frequently. It always turns out well for me : https://www.therawtarian.com/raw-flax-cracker-recipe

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Thanks for the commentary, instead of to die for how about to LOVE/LIVE for !?

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I too would like to change any food related comments that says I would die for! to I would live for! I am not willing to die for any food -especially where it comes to raw food. It makes us want to live. LOL

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Well said Carole!

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Love it Chris!! xox

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Cannot rate yet, question before making them. I didn't have enough walnuts to soak, can I use half cashews and half walnuts? Also do not have hemp seed but I do have chia seeds, can I use thar as well or double the flax seeds?

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Hi Debra,

yes to the 1/2 walnuts 1/2 cashews

yes to the chia/hemp substitution

don't double the flax seeds

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Debra 's Review

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It's what I did, it came out fine with one regret (my own error in judgement) of adding some tamari to make it savory but did not use measurements. The cheesecake from your other recepie on this site was awesome.

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Awesome Debra :)

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Couldn't wait for a response so I went ahead and did it. I cheated a little by adding a little tamari (organic not raw) in the dough because it did not smell savory enough for me. It's in the dehydrator still in the semi soft stage but as I am nibbling in the mean time it's not that bad at all. If and when it gets crunchy, then it would be awesome.

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Hi Debra, I'm curious as to how your final result turned out!

As for your original question of subbing half cashews and half walnuts, that would be totally fine for this recipe.

In this recipe, I wouldn't have done the chia seeds for hempseeds. (I would have maybe added cashews instead of the hempseeds.)

Hope they turned out okay?

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Hi, sorry for the late response. It didn't come out too bad at all. My only regret was not measuring how much tamari I put in on my own as it came out more salty than I wanted to. It was still firm but left it in the dehydrator longer to make it harder and crisp. I used daiya cream cheese as the spread which balanced out the taste. I needed to make raw cheese so it would all be raw.

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Jennifer's Review

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I was so excited to make these! But...what went wrong? I had them in my dehydrator for almost 24 hours and then never got crispy!!! They are delicious crumbles now- I had spread them quite thin, too. I followed the recipe (soaked nuts overnight though), and didn't add any water because it was plenty doughy without. I spread it on my grid trays, I see from other comments I should've used parchment paper, but I was afraid it would inhibit the airflow... Any suggestions on what went wrong would be welcome. I would really like to have these as sturdy crackers!

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Hi Jennifer, the parchment paper wouldn't have made them crunchier.

Where do you live? Humid air can be the culprit. Also, perhaps they were spread *too* thin and there wasn't enough to hold them together once the moisture left.

Also, you might need to redefine your definition of crunchy :)

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Elizabeth Von Boeck's Review

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I'm going to have to find something to do outside of the house so I stop eating these incredible crackers! Thank you!!!

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Lol Elizabeth. I have an idea, perhaps you could head out to the grocery store and pick up the ingredients for another batch? You know, a compromise ;)

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Our local bakery makes them . They place them in an oven for 3hrs on 150 then turn to pilot light over nite . Have you ever made them this way rather than using a dehydrator ?

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Hi Jen,

Nope, I don't use my oven. Also, 150 is a bit too high IMO. :)

Is it a raw bakery?

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Sha's Review

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At this time of year here where I live everyone's orchids are so full of zucchini that they keep passing them around and in the end lots of them go to waste because everyone's got so many of them and don't want any more. I had so many coming in that yesterday I decided to look up this recipe I'd made some time ago. I've still got loads of zucchini left and know more are on their way. I have9 full trays in the dehydrator but later I'll either make another batch or try your zucchini bread. I'm beginning to tire of the spaghetti version. This is long, sorry! Really I just wanted to give you the 5 stars

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Hi Sha, Love zucchini season!

My dehydrator is a 9-tray also. I love filling it up like you did, because then I have crackers to last me for eons.

Sounds like you've got lots of great ways to use up zucc. You'll miss them in the middle of winter I bet!

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Hi I am about to try and make these for the first time and have a question. My dehydrator trays are very open /holey with a rough surface. Do I spread the batter directly on these trays? Or is there something I should be putting on them like parchment paper to put the batter on?
Thank you and cant wait to taste them after reading all these comments!!

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Yes, you definitely want to use parchment paper aka baking paper (don't use wax paper)

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I liked these ones better than the corn ones, also I added rosemary.
Thanks Laura-Jane, thanks Randie!

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Nice addition of the rosemary, Judith. Yum

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Sha's Review

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I LOVE these!!!!

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xox Sha

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I am making these tomorrow and adding some fresh rosemary. Wish me luck!

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Luck Randie!!

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What is the cooking time overall, roughly? I need some sort of idea so I know if I can leave them in the dehydrator while at work, for example.

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Hi Jennifer, 6-12 hours depeneding on humidity :)

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I've got them in the dehdrater now and I added purple chive flowers...they look great

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Awesome Tera! Love those purple chive flowers. I've got them in my garden too, 'cept the flowers haven't bloomed yet. You must be somewhere warmer than me :)  (I am in Canada)

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I love these walnut zucchini crackers..I am going to make some for my friend!!

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Your friend is me, right? ;) I love them too, but haven't made them lately. I can't wait for zucc season!!!!!!

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I made these yesterday with almonds as I did not have walnuts on hand. I was literally opening the dehydrator every hour or so and picking/eating around the edges that were dry. They are really, really good! I will definitely try them with walnuts next time, but soaked almonds worked very well as they are disappearing quickly!

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When they disappear quickly it is a sure sign of success!

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Just beginning the raw journey and LOVE this site. These crackers are the first that we have made that we have REALLY loved and so are the first in our recipe file. Also I took some to a party and everyone asked for the recipe and/or asked me to make them some so I am making a full dehydrator batch this weekend.
:) THANK YOU

To Janie: The edible hemp is a completely different species of hemp to that which makes you high which is why it is legally available

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You're very welcome, Helena. Sounds like they (and you!) were a hit at the party!

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Hello, I just borrowed a dehydrator from a friend and besides kale chips your cracker recipe was one of the first things I've tried. Boy am I glad!!! Love them! I let them run on 105 (after the 115 to start) for over a day. They still had a little softness in areas that were thicker but for the most part crisp so I thought they must be done.

Here is my question: They are addictive, and I've been munching on them since the batch started...(Had to check all the stages you know LOL!). I'm trying to eat healthier, and trying to loose weight due to a hip problem, to get weight off my joints. I know the nuts and seeds in this recipe are "healthy" fats...but still fat. Should I limit these or can I eat as many as I want? What is your opinion?

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Hi Barbara, so glad you are enjoying this recipe! In terms of weight loss, it will really depend on the bigger picture of what else you eat. They are generally quite heavy crackers, so it's a good idea to pair them up with some veggies. I love to serve the crackers with alfalfa sprouts and tomatoes on top.

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I've got a question for you about these delicious crackers, Laura Jane. My son is in the Navy and he'll be home from deployment next week. He quit smoking this January and is purposely eating healthier too. I, of course, want to introduce him to the health benefits of Raw Food and would like for him to sample these crackers. Do you (or anyone else reading this) know if the hemp hearts in this recipe would make him test positive on the random drug testing that all military personel is subject to? Thank you for any info you could offer.

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Hi Janie, unfortunately I have no idea, but I highly doubt it - but I wouldn't want to compromise his career so might be best to stay away from having him risk it! The good news is that there'll be more for you :)

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Laura Jane, you are SO right about these crackers. I made some last night and can't believe how good they are. Think I might add some sesame seed next time, just to play; but they are spectacular exactly as they are. I brought them in to work and my SAD eating co-workers love them too. Way to go!!! Thank you SOOO very much!!

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Hi Janie, anything the coworkers love is a definite hit!

I also have a veggie burger recipe that uses the hempseed hearts and they are really good too, although not quite as "buttery" as these crackers though :)

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I made this crackers yesterday - OH. MY. GOD. Why did I wait so long? Actually I waited because I didn't have a food processor, and my friend just bought me a Ninja. Anyway, I used sesame seeds instead of hemp seeds, which Fred Meyer didn't carry. Absolutely delicious! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. These are just what my 100% raw diet was missing! You are my hero! LOL

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Hi Liane, I am so glad that you enjoyed them!! And congrats on your Ninja :) It will open up a whole new world of eating for ya! BTW, I loved your comment, It made me laugh out loud.

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Hi. Can I substitute a different nut? Not a fan of walnuts.

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Yes, you can definitely use pecans instead of walnuts. It will turn out beautifully with them

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These crackers are excellent! So very tasty AND easy to make...I've got another batch in the dehydrator right now! :) Thank you for sharing the recipe. Love your website!

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So glad you liked Jacqueline!

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Do I need to spread the batter on parchment paper then place on the trays? I don't have the liners and though you didn't advise to use liners, I was just curious

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oh. my. goodness. these are beyond delicious! thank you for the recipe.

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Would it be possible to use hemp protein powder instead of seed?

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No sorry

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Wow. These are great. And so versatile! You can put just about anything on them and they are delicious! :) Thanks again Laura-Jane!

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Just want to tell you I love your website! I have recommended it to many people because of the very creative recipes and help you offer! If it is ok I thought I might share a helpful hint myself! For making crackers I purchased some rubber backed Silpat mats. They are great because they dont slide all over the place, which makes the job so much easier. I think, tho im mot sure, they are safe to use because they dehydrator temp is low. Anyway sorry if it has already been mentioned! THANKS AGAIN!

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So yummy! I am new to raw, and these are only the second crackers I have tried making, but I think they will be my staple cracker from now on. Love them!

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These ones are nice and flaky :)

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amazing! so light and flaky!

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Pretty neat, huh?

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Oh my, can you say addictive! Just made my first batch of these and they are my favorite thing I've dehydrated so far :o) They have that yummy-buttery-saltiness that I sometimes miss about chips & snack food....but these are guilt-free!

(ps, I didn't have hemp so used extra flax and the texture seems fine)

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I just saw Sarah's comment on substituting hemp seeds so I will try that.

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"yummy-buttery-saltiness" sums them up perfectly :)

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Never mind! Just saw someone else posted the same question....thanks!

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Hi! Went to make these but for some reason the first picture box is over part of the recipe so I can't read the ingredient amounts.....help! :o)
Thanks!

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I can't see the complete list of ingredients because the image of the cut zuchinni covers the list. Can anyone help?

Cheers Dawn

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2 1/2 cups of walnuts (soaked  for at least two hours then rinsed)

2 1/2 cups of cubed zuccini

1/2 cup ground flax seed (also known as flax seed meal)

1/4 cup hemp seed (also known as hemp hearts)

2 teaspoons of sea salt

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Thank you. I had forgotten I asked this question.

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try with pumpkin instead of zuchini much better

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I'm trying these (making them) for the first time tonight. I'm so excited. Ritz crackers flow here in the rest of the family (not me) like water. It's crazy. I'm hoping these are delicious enough for the family as an alternative. Yay. OH- do I need to spread the batter on parchment paper then place on the trays? I don't have the liners and though you didn't advise to use liners, I was just curious. THANKS!

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These ARE SPECTACULAR!

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Glad you liked 'em, Lily!

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Do you have an "raw" essene bread recipe? I am craving moist healthy uncooked delicious sweet and/or savory uncooked bread..

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I'm not sure. I do not know what essene bread is!

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This recipe is from the book Raw Food Real World. Correct?

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Hi Janelle,

I do not have that book so I don’t know. I got it from the link above.

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Hi,
Love your recipes and presentation of them. I make tons and tons of raw food. Always looking for new ideas!! Keep those recipes coming!!
Thank you--keep in touch.
Lila

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Wow these crackers look right up my alley. Can't wait to get home to my own kitchen to give them a shot. Thanks for sharing this.

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Excellent recipe Laura Jane. Goes well with a little agave on top. Some sweet topping for a smooth creamy cracker.

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Wow these crackers look right up my alley. Can't wait to get home to my own kitchen to give them a shot. Thanks for sharing this.

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Excellent recipe Laura Jane. Goes well with a little agave on top. Some sweet topping for a smooth creamy cracker.

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Wow these crackers look right up my alley. Can't wait to get home to my own kitchen to give them a shot. Thanks for sharing this.

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Hi,
Love your recipes and presentation of them. I make tons and tons of raw food. Always looking for new ideas!! Keep those recipes coming!!
Thank you--keep in touch.
Lila

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