22 October 2012

paleo rosemary crackers

22 October 2012

hi friends, i have another healthy, grain-free recipe for you today! when i stumbled upon this herb cracker recipe, i knew i had to try it. 

these crackers make for a great snack with with cheese or dip, but honestly, they can stand on their own. i've been packing them in our lunches for work and both the mr. and i love them.

you can use any herbs you have on hand, but let me tell you, you won't regret the fresh rosemary. i'm also really loving the penzey's garden salad seasoning; i use it on my kale chips, but it's perfect for this recipe. 

we like our crackers thin and crispy and by rolling the dough extremely thin, it goes a long way. i was able to make about 25 large crackers - double that if you prefer a smaller cracker and/or you're making these for a child.

a few tips for you:

err on the side of rolling the dough extremely thin if you want a crispy cracker. if you leave the dough 1/2 inch or thicker, the texture becomes chewy.

save the dough you cut off the ends because you'll be able to make about 6-10 more crackers from the extra. 

don't be afraid to over-bake; it's virtually impossible with this recipe. to test the texture, carefully tap on the top of a cracker with your fingernail. if the cracker gives, bake until hard.

paleo rosemary crackers

·       2 cups almond flour or meal
·       1 tbsp. fresh rosemary (chopped)
·       ½ tbsp. vegetable seasoning
·       ½ tsp. sea salt
·       2 tbsp. water
·       1 egg white
·       1 tbsp. olive oil 
·       ¼ tbsp. butter or coconut oil (melted)

1. preheat oven to 350°F. in a medium bowl, whisk together almond flour, salt, and herbs.

2. in a separate bowl, whisk water, egg white, olive oil, and butter.

3. add wet ingredients to dry. stir until combined and stiff dough forms.

4. place dough on counter, between two sheets of parchment paper. roll until very thin and cut off uneven ends with a pizza cutter. use cutter to make cracker-sized squares.

5. remove top layer of parchment paper and transfer layer with dough to baking sheet. bake for 10-15 minutes or until crispy. cool for 10 minutes and crackers should easily snap apart. 

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Natalie said...

looks so yum! perfect for hosting a party! www.fashionifancy.com

Jane {In the Pink and Green} said...

Yum, these look awesome! I'm always looking for new Paleo recipes so this is great! Xoxo

Chrissi Holt said...

Yummy oh this making me hungry again now and I only just had my lunch !

Love Chrissi xo


Viviana said...

You're becoming quite the chef! Love the recipes you've been sharing.

Cara said...

saw these on your insta- they look delish!

Shari said...

These look great! Thanks for sharing. :)

Julie and Lauren said...

Rosemary crackers are for sure a party fav! Love them.

alongobucco said...

You always come out with the best healthy recipes. Adding these to my must-try list immediately!

The Glossy Life

classiq said...

I love your recipes, Ashley. I'm all for a healthy snack.

Annie said...

These look so delicious!! Love the added tips as well, because if I made, I'd definitely want them super crispy, not chewy. Also just love any recipe with very few and easy ingredients.. feels like that's how everything we eat really should be.

Valerie Price said...

These look so amazing, and I love the fact that they are healthy too!

Rhiannon said...

Oh girl look at you go! You are just a little Martha Stewart making your own crackers. I love it and they look delicious :)

Emily Marie {Isnt That Charming} said...

These look/sound delicious! I love easy & healthy recipes like this.

Maya {CharminglyStyled} said...

I love your recipes! The photos looks delicious :) thanks for sharing!

Holly {All Things Charming} said...

Yum! I can't wait to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing!

Alissa said...

This looks so perfect for hosting a great get together. Gorgeous presentation.

Alexa said...

Yum! I want them with a glass of wine! :)

Alison Dulaney said...

These look delicious! I could live off of cheese and crackers:) I will have to try this recipe.

Adventures in Dressmaking said...

Sounds pretty good. I can't eat grains and am mostly raw vegan so I've made some great similar crackers in the dehydrator! Just not with almond flour, more just grinding the almonds myself. I love how paleo and other alternative diet recipes are becoming widespread. Your beautiful photos help!

Nes said...

That looks really good! Have to try it:)

I'd be happy if you stop by my blog as well:)


Johanna said...

Again, delish. I'm starting to think I should turn paleo.

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