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Clone of Seed Crackers by Shazw1



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Cracker mix

  • 200 g sunflower seeds
  • 60 g Flax seeds
  • 100 g sesame seeds
  • 60 g chia seeds
  • 2 tablespoon Pysllium Husk
  • 350 g water
  • 1 teaspoon himalyan salt flakes, to sprinkle on top of crackers

Recipe's preparation

  1. Place all ingredients, except salt in TM Bowl, Mix for 5 secs / Speed 3

  2. Set aside for 15 mins to allow seeds to absorb the water.

  3. Line baking tray with baking paper, pour mixture on to tray and spread thinly, sprikle with salt flakes and Bake for 1 hour at 150C or until dry. Crakers should be toasted slightly.

  4. Leave cracker to cool down in the oven. Remove and break into bite size.


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By leaving it in the oven to cool down it dries out the cracker more making it crunchy. I usually like to bake this at night and let it rest in the oven overnight.

May take longer than 1 hr to bake, depending on thickness of the cracker.

Try with other ingredients such as:

Chia seeds or dried fruit.

If using Dried fruit.

Chia Seed bulk up the ingredient quatity, takes longer to dry out/cook, but end result is worth it. You get more crackers in a batch.

Place fruit and chop before adding the rest of the ingredients.


Can be made in TM31, TM21

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  • These are awesome! Makes stack loads and they keep...

    Submitted by DJBeavis on 18. February 2018 - 15:25.

    These are awesome! Makes stack loads and they keep well in the fridge!

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