• Seeded Almond Cracker

    Seeded almond flour cracker

    Here is a slight variation on the almond saltine cracker recipe, and all I added was poppy and sesame seeds, and some egg white brushed on the top before baking. The cheese in the background is my herbed goat cheese, which I’ll share soon as well.

    I love adding lots of stuff on crackers, especially seeds and seasoning. So try adding your favorite seasoning and you might be pleasantly surprised. I’m going to try a cinnamon toast cracker next.

    Scoring dough for crackers

    More cracker recipes…

    Posted in Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, SCD, Snacks  |  8 Comments

    8 Responses to Seeded Almond Cracker

    1. Susan says:

      Is there anything else that will achieve the effect of brushed egg white without being egg white?

    2. Erica says:

      Susan, good question. Hmmm. You might be able to sprinkle the seeds over the cracker sheets and then take a piece of parchment paper and roll over the cracker sheets lightly to press the seeds into the dough.

    3. Susan says:

      You know, right before I came to your site I was reading Rick Bayless’ recipe for cobbler at Huffington Post and he called for the crust to be brushed with milk. So maybe I’ll try a test batch of crackers with some brushed with almond milk and some with seeds pressed in as you suggest.
      Thanks a bunch for your thoughtful, speedy answer and your awesome blog.

    4. Christa says:

      Oh, my! I just made these and they’re great! Thanks for the recipe!

    5. Sara says:

      I just wanted to say THANK YOU for all that you do. I have been on the SCD for almost a year now and this morning made your breakfast sausage patties, lemon poppyseed coconut muffins and now I am making these crackers. Yesterday I made the coconut milk cherry ice cream. This summer, when I was going to be away from a kitchen for 3 months, I made your coconut flour doughnuts into muffins and they defrosted perfectly and each one tasted fresh!

      So thank you thank you thank you! Your website always makes me excited about being on SCD!

    6. Sara says:

      By the way, when I made these, I was VERY generous with my sesame and poppy seeds. I also put Penzey’s Toasted Onion Powder and Garlic powder on top. It tastes like an “Everything” cracker. Sooo good.

    7. Patti says:

      Would it work to use an egg substitute for the cracker dough? My daughter is limited to 20 foods and has not yet trialed eggs.

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