Recipe Directions

Prepare almonds. Prepare oats. Combine remaining ingredients except chives in vitamix. Starting with 1/2 cup water, process until smooth and well combined. Add water as necessary to turn over and combine. Spread evenly and thinly on teflex dehydrator sheet. Sprinkle with chives and dust with an extra sprinkling of sea salt, if desired. Dehydrate 6-8 hours. Flip onto regular tray and score into desired shapes. Dehydrate 12 hours or until completely crisp.

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By emilyjayne

I was inspired by my grandmother's seasoned oyster crackers I used to eat as a child. I remember them being very strong in garlic, dill and salt. Sometimes I crave a savory, salty crunch and these hit the spot! Throw these on a salad for some crunch!

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I can get them at my regular grocery store and certianly at the health food store. They look just the same, but will say "gluten free." I an gluten intolerant, so I need them. But if you don't have any food allergies or sensitivities, give it a try with regular oats. ;)

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Can I ask where you get the gluten free oats from? Thanks!

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I used gluten free rolled oats. Like you would use for standard oatmeal. I put those in the HS blender in a dry container and let it run for 30 seconds, and that powders them - as long as it's COMPLETELY dry. :)

I've never used prepared oat flour, to be honest. I would THINK it's just powdered oats. Give it a try!

Yes, the mixture is very thick and sticky, if you're careful not to add too much water.

Good luck!

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I was just wondering if the oats in the oats, powdered, would be similar to oat flour? Was it like a raw oat flake that you powdered? Do they hold together well?

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