Easy Keto Seed Crackers

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Easy Keto Seed Crackers

These Easy Keto Seed Crackers make the perfect snack.

The cracker are great for dipping in different high fat dips such as tahini spreads, spinach dip, nacho dip, cheese dips, guacamole and more! 

They are also easily customizable, you can always mix in your own preference of seeds, add different seasonings or ground spices. 

If you haven't already heard, seed crackers are kind of a big deal in the keto community, LOL.

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I wrote a post a while back on Flackers Keto Friendly Seed Crackers, which are just 1g of NET carbs per serving.

They were pre-packed and you could buy them in a large variety of flavours. 

Since then, plenty of other companies have come out with their own keto friendly seed crackers inluding; NUD FUD and TopSeedz.

I loved the concept and I think seeds for crackers make a lot of sense.

They are high in fiber and protein leading them to be very filling, much more so than your standard crackers. 

The seeds also provide a nice crunch and texture to the crackers.

Now I went and read the ingredients on a lot of these crackers and honestly they were all super simple! Mainly just different blends of seeds, some water, oil, salt, seasonings and maybe one or two other ingredients. 

I thought to myself, why do I keep buying crackers?? They sounded just as simple to make at home.

So of course, that's what I set out to do.

If you've followed my blog for more than a few months, you may know that I've already came out with a really tasty Egg White Crackerr Recipe.

Those were really fun! I loved the taste of them but I still had this urge to make classic seed crackers.

So a few months later, I attempted seed crackers in my air fryer. They worked well and tasted fantastic but ended up being too high in calories in my opinion. I figured people wouldn't want to make them based on the nutrition facts I calculated.

So for a while I put away the concept of Keto Seed Crackers…that is until today of course.

To be fair, I didn't all of a sudden have the urge to make low carb seed crackers. But I was running low on almond flour, I had a bunch of flax seeds left over from my first cracker recipe and honestly I wasn't in the mood to make anything complicated today!

And to top it all off, I still had some really great Garlic SunYum Dip I got in my last Keto Box delivery so I figured why not make some crackers to go with it. 

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I didn't have a lot in the way of seeds on hand, I'm sure some of you could get more creative (sunflower and pumpkin seeds are fantastic in seed crackers if you have them).

But I, myself stuck to the classic keto flax seed crackers. 

My crackers are slightly different than your classic seed crackers in that I add almond flour. This is totally personal preference. I liked it in my airfryer cracker recipe so I decided to use it again. 

But you can totally substitute the almond flour with another seed instead.

I then added whole flax seeds of course, as well as some whole psyllium husks (again a bit untraditional for keto crackers but I love the filling quality of psyllium).

I then also added some rosemary, pepper, and salt for flavourings.

Finally, I stirred in both olive oil and water to allow everything stick together when baking.

If you are watching your calories closely, you can always add more water than olive oil. The taste may be slightly different but they will still hold together as crackers!

Once everything is mixed, you simply pour it out onto a parchment lined baking sheet, press the mixture down as flat and even as possible with a spatula…

..and bake in a pre-heated oven at 325*F for about 30-35min or until golden brown and dehydrated.

You then have to be patient (I know, so frustrating) and let the cracker cool completely before breaking it into pieces.

Finally you can enjoy them!! Grab your favourite dip or cheese and go to town.

These also make great mix-ins for salads.

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Ingredients In Easy Low Carb Seed Crackers

Whole Flax Seeds – a healthy source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in fiber and other nutrients. These offer a fantastic crunch to your keto crackers while also keeping you full throughout the day.

Whole Psyllium Husks – Another great source of fiber, this is often actually used in fiber supplements because it's so effective. It will help keep you full for hours. It acts as a binder and helps these crackers hold together nicely!

Almond Flour – One of the most popular keto ingredients out there. This flour provides more of a heartiness to the crackers. I was never a fan of seed crackers with nothing but flax, I like some sort of base and this provides that along with additional healthy fats.

Arrowroot Starch – added this as I assume it's used to help with the texture of the crackers, it was an ingredient in many keto friendly crackers so I figured I'd add it as well, haha. 

Olive Oil – this is optional, you can technically just use more water but olive oil adds a nice flavour to the crackers that you won't get with water alone.

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Tips For Making Keto Seed Crackers

  • If you are allergic to almonds, try using another seed instead like pumpkin seeds or ground sunflower seeds in its place. You can even substitute it for some parmesan cheese!
  • Want to try different flavours?  Add your favourite store-bought seasoning or make your own.. some examples might be: parmesan and garlic, tomato basil, salt and vinegar (use vinegar powder), everything bagel seasoning, cheddar (add some shredded cheddar cheese) etc!
  • If you find your crackers falling apart after baking, add a small amount of whisked egg white to your mixture as a binder or use some sort of grated cheese like cheddar or parmesan. 
  • Want to lower the calories? Try making these with just water and add an extra 1 1/2 tablespoons so make up for the olive oil. I recommend also adding a small amount of whisked egg white if you have trouble with your crackers falling apart.

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Tools I Used To Make Easy Keto Seed Crackers

-Low Carb Substitution Guide – This is totally optional but if you like my recipes, I now have a $5 guide available with all of the substitutions I use to create every recipe on my site. You can use this to convert old traditional recipes and create new keto recipes! You can purchase it here and/or read more if you are interested. 🙂 I appreciate your support so much guys!

-Nutritional Food Scale – AKA my best friend. This little buddy has been with me for over 4 years and never fails. Perfect measurements and only needs the batteries replaced maybe once a year!

-Spatula

-Mixing bowl

-Baking Sheet

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How To Store Keto Almond Flour Seed Crackers

  • Once fully cooled, store these crackers in an airtight container or jar at room temperature for up to 2 weeks.

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Easy Keto Seed Crackers Recipe

Serves: 4 (~ 8 crackers per serving)

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Pre-heat your oven to 325*F. 
  2. In a bowl, mix together the flax seeds, almond flour, psyllium husks, arrowroot starch, salt, pepper and rosemary. psyllium husks, almond flour, flax seeds
  3. Add your water and olive oil and mix again.keto cracker recipe
  4. Pour this mixture onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.flax seed crackers
  5. Spread the mixture out and flatten it into one large solid piece using a spatula. keto flax seed crackers
  6. Use the spatula to press in any loose edges to make a rough rectangle shape.easy keto seed crackers
  7. Bake for ~45-50min or until golden brown and dehydrated. You can tell they are done if you take a spatula and lift the whole cracker, it should feel stiff and not still slightly soft/gummy.
  8. Let the cracker cool fully on the baking sheet before breaking into chunks. low carb crackers recipe
  9. Serve with your favourite dip or cheese..enjoy your Easy Keto Seed Crackers!

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Store these crackers in a jar or airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 weeks.

Nutrition For 1/4th of recipe (~8 crackers): 226 calories | 18.5g fat | 0.7g NET carbs | 5.4g protein | 10g fiber

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Easy Keto Seed Crackers

Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time50 mins
Cooling Time10 mins
Total Time1 hr 5 mins
Course: Snack
Keyword: keto cracker, keto cracker recipe, keto seed crackers
Servings: 4 (~8 crackers)
Calories: 226kcal

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Pre-heat your oven to 325*F.
  • In a bowl, mix together the flax seeds, almond flour, psyllium husks, arrowroot starch, salt, pepper and rosemary.
  • Add your water and olive oil and mix again.
  • Pour this mixture onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  • Spread the mixture out and flatten it into one large solid piece using a spatula.
  • Use the spatula to press in any loose edges to make a rough rectangle shape.
  • Bake for ~45-50min or until golden brown and dehydrated. You can tell they are done if you take a spatula and lift the whole cracker, it should feel stiff and not still slightly soft/gummy. 
  • Let the cracker cool fully on the baking sheet before breaking into chunks.
  • Serve with your favourite dip or cheese..enjoy your Easy Keto Seed Crackers!

Notes

Ingredients Links:

  • Whole Flax Seeds - a healthy source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in fiber and other nutrients. These offer a fantastic crunch to your keto crackers while also keeping you full throughout the day.
  • Whole Psyllium Husks - Another great source of fiber, this is often actually used in fiber supplements because it's so effective. It will help keep you full for hours. It acts as a binder and helps these crackers hold together nicely!
  • Almond Flour - One of the most popular keto ingredients out there. This flour provides more of a heartiness to the crackers. I was never a fan of seed crackers with nothing but flax, I like some sort of base and this provides that along with additional healthy fats.
  • Arrowroot Starch - added this as I assume it's used to help with the texture of the crackers, it was an ingredient in many keto friendly crackers so I figured I'd add it as well, haha. 
  • Olive Oil - this is optional, you can technically just use more water but olive oil adds a nice flavour to the crackers that you won't get with water alone. 
 

Tips For Making Keto Seed Crackers

  • If you are allergic to almonds, try using another seed instead like pumpkin seeds or ground sunflower seeds in it's place. You can even substitute it for some parmesan cheese!
  • Want to try different flavours?  Add your favourite store-bought seasoning or make your own.. some examples might be: parmesan and garlic, tomato basil, salt and vinegar (use vinegar powder), everything bagel seasoning, cheddar (add some shredded cheddar cheese) etc!
  • If you find your crackers falling apart after baking, add a small amount of whisked egg white to your mixture as a binder or use some sort of grated cheese like cheddar or parmesan. 
  • Want to lower the calories? Try making these with just water and add an extra 1 1/2 tablespoons so make up for the olive oil. I recommend also adding a small amount of whisked egg white if you have trouble with your crackers falling apart. 

Nutrition

Serving: 1(~8 large keto seed crackers) | Calories: 226kcal | Carbohydrates: 0.7g | Protein: 5.4g | Fat: 18.5g | Fiber: 10g

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