Crackers (Edie)

Make up about 12 cups mix of just about any combination of flours – I have them in the freezer and use whatever happens to be there:  whole wheat, spelt, kamut, oats, barley, millet, quinoa, rye, corn, rice, etc.  I have tried teff but found it a bit bitter.  
 
add 1 cup ground flax seeds, 1 cup sesame seeds, 1 tbsp baking powder and 2 tsp salt.  Mix well and store in the freezer.
Take 2 cups of the flour mix  
add 1/4 cup of olive oil and enough hot water to make 1 cup.  I have used 1 cup of grated cheese, about 1/4 cup of pesto, or crushed rosemary, or ground pepper to flavour the mix.  This is a place you can experiment with – I thought about balsalmic vinegar, other herbs, garlic etc.  but have not tried.
 
The dough will be quite soft – if it is too sticky, add a bit more flour
divide in about thirds, and on a well floured surface roll out till it is as thin as you can get it.  prick with a fork, sprinkle with salt if you want, or grate parmesan on top and roll in.  I use a pizza roller to cut into squares.
Put on a cookie sheet, and bake around 10 minutes at 350.  This time may differ according to what your oven is like.  You want to have the crackers crisp but not burnt – a balance that needs careful watching – in my oven the outside crackers cook faster so I take them off first.
 
Here is a photo of the dough:
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Stefan enjoyed eating it:
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Janelle helped cut them:
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Then the two competed to get the position of “lifter”:
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The finished product:
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The snacking:
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10 min later… they are a hit!
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3 thoughts on “Crackers (Edie)

  1. Thank you for posting the recipe! My goal for the month is to try both new recipes from our meeting. Thanks for the inspiration everyone…

  2. This blog is amazing I will be making the pumpkin pudding and for sure the crackers. Thanks Everyone Liz

  3. well I had to make the crackers after last night. I used fresh milled spelt, quinoa, and barley as well as my pesto and chia seeds. Sarah helped to roll them and prick them with a fork (and eat the dough) and then we brought them to Owen’s kindergarden and shared at lunch (teacher loved them)… p.s. Sarah didn’t eat much lunch 🙂

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