Perfect for Halloween snacking, these slightly soft, not-too-sweet, and ghoulishly good little cut-out crackers are smeared with natural peanut butter for a fun after school snack or wholesome Halloween party refreshment. Form into sandwiches or leave as individuals. Enjoy your spooky snack! Booooooooooooo!
Different kind of cracker. Rye flour takes longer to cook then bleached all purpose and it has a little after taste. It mixes well with Cheddar cheese. For people that have not experienced the flavor of rye, it is a nice surprise when they taste the cracker for the first time. Most of the reactions say they taste the Cheddar cheese aftertaste, not realizing it is the rye they are enjoying.
A crunchy cracker with a spicy flavor to go with your favorite soup for lunch.
Low-carb and tasty crackers! Great on their own or with a cheesy or other yummy topping.
Super easy recipe that everyone can enjoy including vegetarians, vegans, gluten-free, kids, and everyone else! The tapioca helps bind everything together and makes for a wholesome nutritious snack that tastes great! These are incredibly nutritious with the only oil coming from the pan and whatever might be in the seeds. They go great with dips or a strong base for appetizers.
While waiting for a batch of crackers to finish baking, I was playing with the remaining dough and forming bite-size rounds and though they would make great chips (and they do — they’re amazing!). These chips should keep for about a week if stored properly.
I came out with this recipe out of the blue and people seemed to love it. I used mine with guacamole, and they were a hit! Someone was even willing to buy some crackers from me. They are perfect to be used with dips! Season to taste.
This is a raw vegan recipe for crackers. These crackers were inspired by one of my childhood favorites, ‘Cheez-Its®’.
Very nice with butter or cheese. Biscuit-like (crunchy) and sweet. Also called knackebrod.
The cute spiders make great Halloween snacks for a preschool party! Kids can help make them too. The spray cheese can also be substituted with peanut butter.
A great snack for ranch lovers. Easy to make and cheap.
This is a recipe for Norwegian rye crisp or hardtack called ‘knaakebrod,’ very similar to the Finnish variety named ‘nakkileipa.’ These crackers can be dried and stored a very long time, but they’re better fresh!
My mom made this for a couple of decades; now, it’s my turn. These are highly addictive and make a great food gift.
Made especially for a paleo or ketogenic diet, as these are low in carbs but high in protein and fat. Also check out my ‘Polar Bear Bars’ and ‘The Bearette’s Croquettes’!
These crackers have a great nutty flavor. The recipe was adapted for non-gluten, low-carb ketogenic, or paleo diets. Just add some homemade guacamole or salmon cream cheese and enjoy a visit to heaven!
A good make ahead for Christmas time. Keeps fresh for up to a week in a tin. Don’t keep in a plastic bag tho’!
A wonderful seasoned oyster cracker recipe similar to others, but with different quantities and ingredients. So great as a snack or on salads. My kids love them! Quick, easy, and tasty!
These are very tasty little crackers that use cornmeal and resemble homemade tortilla chips. If desired, top them with coarse salt, chili powder, cumin or garlic powder before baking.
A crispy cheesy cracker that is very similar to the one that you grew up with — but with a few additions (or not), they can be a wonderful appetizer. But watch out, they are addictive.
These flavorful, round cheese bites are a zesty baked snack that you’ll want to pop down one after another.