Quick and easy homemade crackers in just five minutes? YES, PLEASE! This healthy cracker recipe, made with a variety of herbs and seasonings, comes together in just five minutes of hands-on time.
We like these homemade crackers better than Saltines, Wheat Thins, and Cheeze-Its! Add any kind of cheese, olive oil, or spicy seasonings to customize your own favorite cracker.
Easy Homemade Crackers
Homemade crackers in 5 minutes and they can be made with regular all-purpose flour or swap in some whole wheat flour for homemade whole wheat crackers, for real. Either way, the dough whips up in 5 minutes. And let’s be honest, when you can make your own crackers with this little effort that has way more taste and with whole food real ingredients, you’ll never go back to buying them again!
Though I warn you, you’ll be making these bad boys often… you might just want to double up the recipe because once your family knows you know how to make crackers and tastes them, they’ll be gobbling them up.
Why Make Homemade Crackers?
If you're ready to:
- kick out processed preservative-laden food
- bring in real wholesome ingredients into your diet
- serve your family food that is nourishing and finger-licking-good
- serve it up in less than 5 minutes of hands-on time (ain’t no one got extra time)
Then this is your recipe, and I’m about to rock your world, because they only take 5 minutes to whip up and 10 minutes to bake, which means, hello crispy delicious wonderful get-in-my-mouth-now crackers in only 15 minutes time!
Oh yeah, and they only cost $.40 a batch with real food ingredients. I know, coolest thing since sliced bread.
If you're trying to cut out fake processed food, slash your grocery budget, and keep up with your busy schedule, then my friend, have you ever walked into the right place.
I'm a busy mom, I run this website, a full-producing homestead with livestock, and I work outside the home… but I'm not going to sacrifice the health of my family, and neither should you. And with this homemade cracker recipe, you get the best of both worlds.
How to Make Crackers Gluten-Free or Dairy Free?
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Equipment for Making Homemade Crackers:
Round Pizza Stone– this thing works great for crackers, cookies, and pizza too.
Pizza cutter– it makes cutting the crackers a breeze, especially if you happen to have the inability to cut straight lines….
Parchment paper – this allows you to roll them even thinner and you can reuse the same sheet over and over again
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How to Make Homemade Crackers
Measure your dry ingredients into a large mixing bowl, including your favorite spices for flavoring.
Cut in the butter until the butter is about the size of a pea.
Add your liquid and mix until just combined. Dump out your cracker dough onto your lightly floured baking sheet or baking stone.
Roll thin and cut crackers into desired shapes. You can also make the crackers into fancy shapes with cookie cutters. Sprinkle with sea salt.
Some people like to roll the cracker dough between two sheets of parchment paper to get it super thin.
Bake for 1o minutes.
Homemade Cracker Recipe Notes:
- If you don't roll the cracker dough thin enough, they won't be crunchy, but still delectable.
- The edges will be thinner, remove them and bake remaining crackers for another 2 minutes.
- Leave crackers on baking sheet to cool, they'll crisp up as they cool.
How to Store Homemade Crackers
If you happen to have any left (which is unlikely) and need to store them, allow them to cool fully. Place inside an airtight container. A Mason jar with the canning lid and band tightened down work great and they'll stay crispy for up to 5 days. (Probably longer but that's the very longest they've lasted before we've eaten them all).
P.P.S. You shared this homemade cracker recipe with your friends, right? Whew, I knew you were an awesome friend.
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- Easy No Knead Bread Artisan Recipe in 5 Minutes a Day
- How to Make Homemade Indian Fry Bread
- Homemade Granola Bars
- Easy Honey Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread
Easy Homemade Crackers in 5 Minutes
- 1 1/4 cups flour whole wheat, fresh ground, or all-purpose
- 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/4 teaspoon chili powder
- 1/4 teaspoon smoked paprika regular paprika works fine, too
- 4 Tablespoons butter
- 1/4 cup water
- 1 Tablespoon honey
- Sea salt to sprinkle on top
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees Farenheit
- Measure out dry ingredients into large mixing bowl. Cut in butter until it looks like pea sized clumps. Add in water and honey, stir until just combined.
- Lightly flour a baking sheet or stone. Roll dough out on it. Use a pizza cutter and cut into desired shapes. Sprinkle with sea salt.
- Bake for 10 minutes!
- If you don’t roll the cracker dough thin enough, they won’t be crunchy, but still delectable.
- The edges will be thinner, remove them and bake remaining crackers for another 2 minutes.
- Leave crackers on baking sheet to cool, they’ll crisp up as they cool
- To make these a soaked traditional recipe, add 1 Tablespoon apple cider vinegar to the recipe and let sit for 8 to 12 hours before rolling out.
There you have it, how to make homemade crackers in just a few minutes!
Melissa, I found your blog on Pinterest a while ago and enjoy it very much. Thank you for having an easy and fun to read blog. But you must take Sundays off from your crazy schedule. God bless you!
Thanks so much, Linda! Yes, I’ve got things scheduled for tomorrow online so I won’t have to be present. Looking forward to a true Sabbath
I added smoked paprika and grated parmigiano cheese.with zatar.
Your recipes are good and so easy love the crackers, please post many more. Thank you God Bless
I’ve got more planned. Good eats are a must!
Melissa, thank you for this recipe. We make our own crackers in my home, but this recipe looks much easier. I like to use refined coconut oil, as it is a great shortening, without the overwhelming flavor of our regular coconut oil. I’ll have to give butter a try. YUM! God bless.
So glad you like this one. The butter just gives it a little bit extra flavor.
Instead of rolling out the dough, I’m going to try my pasta machine (old skool, Italian, Atlas brand, hand cranked pasta machine) so they’ll be an even thickness. I love crackers, but rarely buy them. I guess because I never really go through the section of the store that has them. I can’t wait to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing it. 🙂
Nannette, would you let me know how that works! I might have to try that…
My husband gave me a pasta maker for Christmas last year and I haven’t used it yet. Why? Because my blood sugar was getting out of control and I finally had to get it together on eating right. One of the things I needed to do was to drastically cut my carbs. One of those that was a problem for me was pasta. (Have you ever seen an official serving of pasta? It’s like a teaser portion!) That being said, I would love to use the pasta maker, but it’s got to be for low carb – but yummy! – pasta. Any suggestions?
Love your ideas, BTW!
Your webpages take a long time to move around on.
I’m trying to read your recipes and Im haveing a difficult time.
I would like to read the rest of your blog.
I wasnt sure if you were aware of this.
thanks so much
Thank you very much for the dairy free/gluten free instructions. I am very lactose intolerant (so every thing has to be dairy free. I am also new to a gluten free diet.
Hello! I can’t wait to try this recipe!!! Thank you for sharing! I was wondering what the gadget is that you are using to cut the crackers is and where to get? Thank you Holly
It’s called a pastry cutter and I love it, works awesome for biscuits, too! Here’s a link http://amzn.to/1QL7np8
I just made these and they are pretty good. I would doctor them up a bit more next time and roll them out even thinner than I did. I would add some more seasonings since they were a little on the blander side. So I drizzled with a little olive oil and sprinkled on Italian seasoning and that helped. This was easy to prepare and clean up. I used an electric mixer to make it go fast. I’ll make the, again but this is a great basic recipe that you can make your own and have a delicious treat.
Link to sign up for favors for crackers will not work. Would love to have
The music on your video was extremely distracting. It is so loud I had a hard time hearing your voice at times. I really wanted to hear what you had to say not listen to your music.
Would like to receive your posts by email and can’t see where to sign up. Please hrlp
Here’s my freebies page where you get some fun free thank you gifts when you sign up for the emails! https://melissaknorris.com/freebies/
these just aren’t good at all… they taste like thin pita bread… I wouldn’t make them again and sorry I wasted the $.50 cents and HOUR on these.
Sorry they didn’t out for you Pete, most people seem to have trouble keeping them in the house because everyone eats them up quickly.
Hey, Pete – not knowing if you’re an experienced baker, I’m wondering if maybe your dough was a little wet or worked a little long/hard. If they had the texture of pita, it sounds as if some gluten got developed, which tends to happen if you knead the dough instead of just kind of pushing it together into a (sometimes crumbly) ball. With crackers, like biscuits, muffins, and pie crust, less is more.
I’m trying then for the first time myself – thinking my (pretty old) whole wheat flour is too dry already for the amount of liquid in the recipe. So I’ve got the dough divided in half and am baking the first half now, saving the second half in case I need to add a teeny bit more water.
You have to be so rude about?
Maybe it’s you because everyone else’s turned out fine.
How long can they keep? Thinking of making them with red pepper jelly for Christmas gifts.
I’ve only kept them about 3 days, mainly because we eat them so fast.
I wonder if you can make these gluten free by substituting gluten free flour for the flour in the recipe?
Sharon, you could definitely try, you may need to play with the moisture level as gluten free flours tend to need more liquid. Let me know how it turns out if you try it.
I just want to say you have an amazing website. I am thoroughly enjoying it. Thank you!
I have tried several of your recipes and they have all been successful. I try to self sustain and make as much as I can myself.
Thanks so much Colette! I’m glad you’re enjoying them as much as we do.
Melissa, These crackers have been made on two occasions and were a great hit each time. Thank you for posting it. When the pics were put on FB within GNOWFGLINS or Traditional Cooking School some wanted the recipe. They received: https://melissaknorris.com/how-to-make-homemade-crackers-in-5-minutes/ which shows your site.
I multiplied it by 4 to get the amount needed. It filled four of my 16″x23″ cookie sheets very nicely.
Thanks so much for sharing John! And I think I need to do a quadruple batch like you did.
Thany you, from a tired dad of two wonderful children.
So glad you enjoyed them!
I would like to know the nutritional information on these. I would like to try them and log them into my food diary to “count” them.
I tried a few recipes for homemade crackers and this one’s the best! The secret is the butter (French gal here!). But next time, I will try using less. I think the crackers will still taste good and they will be a little healthier.
I”m with you, butter makes everything taste better!
Really great! Im serving them with homemade clam chowder. I will make these often. Great, simple and delicious recipe. Thanks!
Thanks Karen, so glad you enjoyed them!
Thank you for the excellent recipe. Just what I needed tonight.
This is exactly what I was looking for- a good, solid cracker recipe that I could tweak according to my mood. Try adding in some powdered spinach, so good.
Love that idea Olga!
Just made these yummy crackers. Substituted flour for whole wheat oat flour. They are so awesome! Used butter buds as butter substitute. Next time will double the recipe. They are like or better than store bought wheat thins. Thank you so much for awesome recipe.
Ann, so glad you enjoy them, I agree, they’re better than store bought!
Do you have any recommendations for cookbooks
Yes, the one this recipe comes from, it has lots of gems in it. Hand Made –> http://amzn.to/2F9RGam
I’ve been wanting to try homemade crackers for quite a while. Your recipe worked out great!
Woo, hoo, so glad they turned out. I was amazed at how easy it was when I first started.
Master the Cracker! | Miss Hued
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Melissa, please tell me how I could substitute Einkorn flour in these and leave out the honey and maybe use stevia. That’s the only way I’d be able to eat these. They look wonderful! Thank you in advance for your kind assistance.
You might have to play with it but I’d start by only using 2 Tablespoons water (half the amount) and a small amount of Stevia, if you’ve got liquid maybe about 8 drops total and if you’re using powder one of the teeny tiny measuring spoons like the 1/32 of a teaspoon size.
Thank you so much for this recipe. Cracker prices where I live are crazy (I live in the country where the Sabbath is indeed on Saturday, haha).
To the recipe: I did roll these out between two sheets of parchment paper and found that the thinner the better – they crisped more. I also needed to bake a bit more than 10 minutes to get them to be crispy. Next time I will try grapeseed or coconut oil as someone suggested because anything made with butter is way too tempting for me and that means none left for the kids for whom they are intended!
I’ve never commented on a recipe before, but this time I had to. I’ve tried several cracker recipes in the past and always ended up with poor or mediocre results. This recipe worked perfectly and tastes like the best store-bought crackers, or better. My almost 2-year-old, who would like to live on crackers, keeps asking for more, and my 4-year-old tried to run off with half the tray!
Thank you very much for this recipe. I don’t need to try any more cracker recipes now!
Thank you so much Christine! I’m glad they were a hit and you’ve found your recipe (and no more need for store bought, woo, hoo!)
Eliminate process food you say and then you tell us how to make crackers with processed flour….grand whole grains with a mixture of spring pastry berries and whole oats and then do your recipe… this time it will be nutritious. When you cut a grain it is exposed to oxygen and deteriorates just as an egg deteriorates when the shell is cracked open. Flour is made by extracting all the nutrition of the grain and then artificial nutrients are added back…this is as artificial as it comes and rancid too…
Um, maybe you should have read the instructions/recipe. It says fresh ground flour, I personally use both hard white wheat and spelt, it works with any flour. I’m well aware of how fresh ground flour works and I still believe that if someone doesn’t have a flour mill yet that making this with all-purpose flour is better than buying a store bought cracker. I’m here to support people as they move into better nutrition, no matter where they are on the path.
Thank you, Melissa, for sharing this recipe. If I make a double (or quadruple) batch, then I’d have enough to store until my daughter gets back from her trip. How long do you envision these lasting (assuming you had a near-infinite supply)?
Hmm, I’d think a week or two at most, they don’t have preservatives but the moisture content is low, so it won’t mold as fast as bread.
I’m so excited to try out your recipe tomorrow! Thank you very much for all of the hard work that you put forward to creating healthy, detailed, fun and easy recipes for all of us.
Oh, these look good and easy to put together. I like making crackers, so I will give these ones a try to give us different crackers to eat.
I’ve been looking for a recommendation for a good flour mill. what would you suggest? This is a very nice recipe. I do make the crackers thicker – which turned out very good also … thanks so much for sharing. :>)
I tried but didnt have onion powder. Hubby said they were too garlicy and he would have liked plain. I couldnt taste the sprinkle of salt on top. But I will try again because they were quick and easy.
needed a bit more info on exactly how thin to roll out but otherwise a nice little recipe-
however needs a ttitle-re-owrk….how can one make crackers in five minutes when tghey bake for ten?
The dough only takes 5 minutes 🙂
thank you for the nice recipe. I’m going to try it without spices first to try different kinds of flour. Mostly just to figure out they taste.
Hi Melissa, Thanks for the recipe. I may try it this weekend. One question, what does “a soaked traditional recipe” mean? Semi-fermented?
Where you let the flour “soak” with some type of acid (vinegar, yogurt) for at least 8 hours to help with the absorption of phytic acid.
Great recipe! I have 3 tips, 1) I added 1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese for a variation. 2) since I broke my pizza stone I use my black iron skillet, I flip it over and use the bottom. I make my pizzas On it like that also. 3) I have found that it is very easy to burn these crackers, If you are having that problem then take them out a little early and let them cool for a few minutes and then put them back in For a minutes Or two to finish getting Crisp.
Thanks for the recipe, I’m a fan!
What does soaked traditional method mean?
Either doing a sourdough or soaking the flour with an acidic medium like whey or vinegar to help break down the phytic acid in the wheat.
I going to try making these crackers But I got some herb salts i will use instead of regular salts for the top. I like the site.
I’m determined to perfect a cracker.
No mention if the cooking sheet needs to be prepared for baking?
In order to reach the proper thinness. Thinking of using a pasta noodle machine.
Have not read up yet on the reasoning for the use of vinegar. Should that rest at room temperature or in the refrigerator for the time you suggest? But am going to do that from the getgo.
Thank you very much for your helpful recipe.
I tried your recipe as my first time ever making crackers. I’m SO excited about the potential flavor combinations. I made a double batch, one batch is “soaking” now.
Thanx 4 the recipe.I’v been sick,& use all my crackers fast.This idea will be just the trick,2 keep me supplied 🙂 I’m gonna try the paprika 1st; then
parsley,& then other green herbs,too-endless variety!
Thankfully, Sharon Cenna- Cleveland,Oh.
Covid-19 has brought me here. Looking forward to trying it. Will probably add some fresh rosemary, as I have plenty.
Melissa Thanks for the easy recipe during this time. I was introduced through the bread webinar that took place recently. From there I have watched your sourdough starter series (I love the sourdough pancakes)! I recently purchased handmade and love the recipes. We bought out farm 6 years ago and have been focused mostly outdoors. Your blog and recipes have helped create a different aspect of country living in the kitchen.
Can’t wait to try the crackers!
I made these today and they turned out awesome! I made a double recipe as my family of 4 loves crackers! I made them with 1/2 evoo and 1/2 coconut oil and added 2T of nutritional yeast flakes. I used parchment paper to roll it out and baked them on it. They turned out very good! My whole family loved them! They are so customizable! We used whole wheat flour for nutritional value. I’m so excited, I can save so much money making my own!
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Hi. I haven’t tried the recipe yet, but I will soon. Do you think I could add some seeds and/or nuts to the dough? Or should they just be sprinkled on top?
Absolutely, I would roll them into the dough I think.
What does this mean? To make these a soaked traditional recipe, add 1 Tablespoon apple cider vinegar to the recipe and let sit for 8 to 12 hours before rolling out. Thank you. (been following for about a year now!!)
If you want to break down the phytic acid to help aid digestion.
Really enjoyed this post, Melissa; also the video demonstration. Looking forward to giving it a shot. All I have, due to quarantining, is whole wheat flour. But, hey, I have wholewheat flour! :^) (And watching you grind your own has given me food for thought.)
Only 1 quibble: “ain’t no one got extra time”. Sadly, right now that person exists and would be me! Which is fine, because I’ll be using that time to experiment.
Thank you very much, and hope you and yours are safe and well. Regards, Jan
So after watching the video twice, reading the blog twice, sharing it with a friend, I finally made tge crackers. Oh my, they were awesome! Lasted less than 24 hours. Made another batch with gluten free flour and added twice the seasoning. They were awesome. Needed a touch more salt but that is it. Thank you for sharing this easy quick recipe. I guess it is time to make the sour dough starter. I keep putting that off as well.
Yay so happy to hear this and yes, get that sourdough starter going!!
Love these crackers. Additional notes: When you do them on a pizza stone, the stone will pull moisture out of the dough and get them crisper quicker. (Just like doing a pizza on a stone.)
If you use a pellet grill or a grill that can hold temperature and smoke, then you can add hickory, oak, pecan, etc flavor.
Couple that with home made chili made with grilled meat, tomatoes, and peppers. What a combination. This also works well in a wood fired stove/oven.
I just recently came across your blog and love it! I’m especially happy to try this recipe as I have been trying to find an easy homemade cracker recipe. My boys love crackers but I stopped buying them due to not bring able to find affordable ones with decent ingredients!
Melissa, thank you for this recipe! After they cooled I tossed them in nutritional yeast which gave them a cheesy flavor. I love them, and evidently they make great cat treats too because my cats are obsessed with bugging me for some!!! Can’t wait to try some variations of this versatile recipe! Don’t think they’ll last until tomorrow..
Thanks for the recipe! I consider myself to be a “bad” baker (but great cook!) and every time I follow your recipes I have success. The addition of the video with the text was important for me in learning how to make these. I’m wondering if you have tried this recipe with a non-gluten flour? I always get nervous about the substitution process.
So happy to hear the recipes are working for you. I don’t have a gluten-free blend on hand and with our stay-at-home order I won’t be going to the store for a while. But others have done well using a gluten-free blend.
Love this recipe! we inhaled the whole batch! Substituted with Italian seasoning, fresh garlic and onions. Yum!!! Recipe worked well without the sea salt as well. 🙂
I want to try your cracker recipe and am interested in making the cheddar cracker or the sour cream and onion what variety of ingredients would you use for that? Also would you have ingredients for a salt and vinegar variety? Looking forward to trying these, thank you.
These were a good Covid19 alternative. Didn’t want to go out shopping for crackers and everything is already in the pantry. Why not?
Came out good, not fancy, what do you expect for such an easy recipe, thank you!
The only thing which took a little time was cutting in the margarine (butter substitute to go dairy-free) since mine was a little frozen.
Was too lazy to cut them so i just baked the whole thing then cracked them apart by hand. I didn’t roll out so thin so the middle was a little thicker though they were baked fine, just a little softer than the outer ones. Next time i would skip the chili powder and maybe put seeds on top.
In other words — i did the Laziest version of this recipe and was quite satisfied!
Only problem — for some reason… they just didn’t last! They disappeared, amazing….
I want to make crackers..all the ones I buy, too sweet!But I prefer ones that I don’t have to roll out and bake, and I have no rolling pin, gave it away years ago. Can I eliminate the honey and sugar from the recipe? Thank you much!
Susan Elaine Tait
Best Crackers Ever!! I had just finished grinding wheat “Country Living grinder” and am already plotting the next batch………..maybe cheese? maybe just like they are !!
Very good, thanks for sharing!
I think this is great… Thank you
Thank you for the amazing recipe.
Quite easy to follow.
I just made it. I adjusted the water quantity to half a cup to enable roll it well.
Overall, a great experience.
I have made these crackers many times and we really like them….plan to make them again very soon. I usually use rosemary and garlic.
Loved the start of this post! Heathy etc etc… you list me and anyone seriously interested in healthier eating at gluten free….. I get it but you know ….
Has anyone tried sprinkling a seed/salt/garlic mixture (like a bagel everything topping) on top, maybe pressing it on a little, before baking so they are more like flatbreads? Any difference otherwise in baking?
Oh my gosh, these look so easy. I love crackers and other crunchies but can’t afford the organic $6 a box for a handful that the coop sells. I can’t wait to try them!
Will these work with gluten-free flour?
GF flour works just fine. Added poppy seeds and powdered thyme. Also added fresh ground black pepper and kosher salt to the dough as well as sea salt on top.
I can’t wait to try over the weekend! Ultra simple and nutritious! I’ve stopped eating most crackers but this recipe looks so delicious and incredibly easy. Will let you know how it goes 🙂
These were great. I used paprika and oregano and mixed them in the food processor. Took me very little time.
These Healthy Quick Crackers were absolutely amazing! They were easy to make, though it took me 15 min longer than the recipe states. They taste great, my little kid had a lot of fun making them. I cooked mine for about 13 minutes because they were a little thicker. Came out perfect.
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Do you know if this recipe will work with fresh onions, garlic and pepper? If so would you tell me how much and how to use them please? Thank you very much and God bless you
I am a 12-year-old, and just wanted to pack my lunch but didn’t have very many things to have. I look up easy snacks, and this pops up! It is sooo good! I suggest doubling it… Thanks for such an easy, and delicious recipe! Also, I used almond milk (I’m plant-based) instead of water to make it creamier, and it tasted great, but if you want water is totally a great idea too!
I am confused a little about the soaked method. Do I soak only the flour in the ACV or the whole recipe? Thank you so much! These look amazing and I can’t wait to try them!
Thank you for sharing. How can I make these crackers soft (or not as cruncy) for my toddler? Should I use more butter? My toddler is still getting the hang of chewing so I would like to offer him soft/chewy baked items. Thanks again.
Don’t roll as thin or shorten the bake time.
I don’t have butter in the house. For the crackers can I use margarine?
You can use any solid fat type.
How do I “add” olive oil to this recipe ? Does doing that affect the butter ?
You said: Add any kind of cheese, olive oil or spicy seasonings to customize your own favorite cracker.
Do you have a suggestion to keep onion powder from clumping? I store a small amount in a sealed Tupperware container…?
Hi Melissa, thank you for all your great recipes and inspurations. On the soaked idea, it’s that pre-soaking the flour only or soaking the dough? I’m thinking the apple cider vinegar could affect the properties of the butter and possibly the honey?
Really delicious and easy, thank you so much for the wonderful content you post here and on your podcast!
I didn’t roll them thin enough. The flavor was nice. Thank you.
I’m going to try these for Christmas Eve spread – I would also like to know how to make them gluten free. The link you have above does not work. Thanks in advance!
Overall, I thought the recipe was pretty good, albeit a bit bland. If you want more flavor, I’d recommend doubling or even tripling the spice measurements, and like an earlier comment said, drizzling some oil and adding some Italian seasoning or whatever you’d like to the dough. I’d also recommend dusting the crackers with a bit of garlic salt afterwards, to change up the texture a bit. However, overall, I thought this was a pretty good recipe 🙂
Hello, I would love to try these with cheese or other spices but I’m not good at judging amounts. Do you have variations of this recipe? Or any tips please.
I made these once with whole wheat flour and they were wonderful! Curious on your thoughts if I tried buckwheat flour?
I made a batch of crackers with homemade hummus & it was absolutely delicious! The cracker recipe was SO EASY! The seasonings were perfect, especially the smoked paprika. I definitely will be making these often, especially for long outings so we avoid picking up processed snacks!
Thanks for the recipe!
Well there seems to be a cracker shortage… so I will be making my own. Sounds like a great recipe..and easy too
This sounds amazing! Can I use einkorn flour instead of regular? Do you know in what ratio?
Great recipe. My husbands tummy doesn’t agree with garlic so I left it out but they turned out really good.
Would you please recommend a reputable farm to buy organic grains? I tried looking online for white hard and white soft wheat berries. Some places charge a great deal for shipping also read reviews their shipment had bugs. Thanks!
These crackers are wonderful. I don’t want to buy store bought anymore. I was out of honey and used molasses instead and I doubled the spices. I’ve used unbleached wheat flour and unbleached white flour. We’ve enjoyed them both ways.
I was wondering can you make dough ahead and freeze it to make crackers at another time?
Thank you and kind regards!
Made these again today! We love them. And the grand children too!