Rating5/5 (from 2 ratings)5
Yieldmore or les 30 crackers (2 dehydrator trays)
1/2 cup of whole flax seeds (gloden or brown)
1 cup water
1/2 cup of almond powder (can be the almond pulp left from making milk, dehydrated then ground, or it can be any other seed or nut ground into a powder)
2 Tablespoon of poppy seeds (or sesame)
1/4 teaspoon salt
Soak the whole flax seeds in the water about 20 minutes. Do not drain.
Add the rest of the ingredients and mix with a fork or spoon (I don't like using the food precessor for that, I feel it gives the dough a funny texture).
Spread the dough on 2 dehydrator teflex sheets. You may need to add some more water if it is to thick. It sould be pretty easy to spread.
Dehydrate for about 8 hours at 105 Farenheit. After 4 hours, flip and remove teflex sheet. You can also cut it at this point, but I like to leave it whole and break off pieces when it is fully dehydrated.
Crue's ThoughtsBy Crue
Very simple flax crackers. The taste is pretty neutral so it's good either with sweet or savory topping or dip.
Print This Recipe (PDF)
Click the button below to download the printable PDF.
Do chia seeds need soaking?TammiTrue - 42 min 59 sec from now
Anyone going through menopause and raw?ClaireT - 46 min 2 sec ago
i need serious help!bobsm - 15 hours 45 min ago
Water from older coconutsClaireT - 20 hours 34 min ago
I was wondering if anyone here makes sauerkraut?Romey - 1 day 7 hours ago