I used to like eating crackers with all kinds of toppings. Tuna, avacado, pate etc.
Is there any healthy substitute for crackers so that I can still enjoy a convenient snack.
Cucumber slices are good for this. Also, if you eat cheese you can grate Parmesan or cheddar and put spoonfuls on a baking sheet and bake till they're brown, thin and crispy.
As Hannah suggested, if you eat cheese, you can bake or microwave small mounds or slices of cheese until brown and crispy. These are an awesome cracker replacement.
We've also done the prosciutto slices as Sal suggested. Pepperoni slices work very well also.
Finally, Girl Gone Primal posted a recipe fore sesame & sunflower seed crackers that work very well too. Adding a bit of salt or other seasoning helps.
I use the scalps of conquered enemies obtained from periodic raids on neighboring tribes, cleaned and cut into 1x1 inch squares and flattened using a large stone, then baked on a cookie sheet covered in aluminum foil or parchment paper in a convection oven at 375°F until well browned and crisp, about 12–15 minutes.
ive heard if u briefly bake prosciutto, it becomes crispy and can be used as a cracker.. never tried it though so lemme know how it goes..
but i just cut vegetables and use them as crackers.. cut cucumbers or carrots on the bias and thin and they can be crackers.. celery and jicama work too
Why ditch the idea of having a cracker when you can make one healthier? We recently posted a recipe for crackers on our blog (www.Primal-Palate.com), which admittedly is inspired by something Son of Grok posted some while back. We've provided the link to that recipe as well in the post.
Here is the link to the recipe: Recipe
And here is how they turn out looking:
If you try them, let us know how they turn out. Good luck! -TFL
Cauliflower! Follow the cauliflower crust recipe here, and just divide it further than suggested so that you get cracker-sized pieces.
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