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Spelt Chia Crackers

July 21, 2016

Lately, we have been testing out some homemade crackers recipes. We also have been testing out some recipes using Bobs Red Mill products like in these delicious CINNAMON RAISIN OATMEAL MUFFINS:

and in these SPELT FLOUR PANCAKES:

I like knowing what ingredients are in our snacks and meals including in crackers, especially when there are few yet healthy ingredients. In addition, because they are bite-size they are great for on-the-go, multi-snacking options throughout the week.

The aroma from the oven is amazing! The smell of freshly baked bread – they come out crunchy (especially if you make them thinner), or if you prefer a little less crunchy, adjust/lower the cook time and when rolling out the dough, keep it slightly thicker.

 

We also made these WHOLE WHEAT SEED CRACKERS and wrote a post back in January and they are a favourite of ours too.

Here is the recipe for these Spelt Chia Crackers via Elephantastic Vegan

Ingredients:

1 cup of spelt flour – we use Bob’s Red Mill Spelt Flour

1 tsp baking powder

½ tsp salt

1 tsp chia seeds

1 tsp coconut oil

3 tbsp water

Optional dips: nut/seed butter, avocado, hummus.

 

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.

 

In a bowl, add the dry ingredients together except for the chia seeds. Whisk and then add in water and coconut oil. Mix and knead with your hands until it’s a smooth dough. Add more flour if your dough is too sticky or add more water if it doesn’t hold together.

On a floured baking sheet, roll out the dough until evenly thin. If you would like a not-so-crunchy cracker, keep the dough slightly thicker. Sprinkle chia seeds and roll out until they are in the dough.

Cut dough with pizza cutter.

Bake for 15-20 minutes. Keep an eye on them, don’t want them to burn. When I have made these, with my oven they are usually ready at about the 10-12 minute mark, with a bit of crunch.

Store these crackers in a Ziploc bag in the fridge, pop a few in a Ziploc in your purse and add it to your lunch bag with healthy dips like some avocado, hummus, or nut/seed butter on the side (great on their own as well) and you are good to go!

 

 

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