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Seedy Gluten-Free Crackers


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Ingredients

30 piece(s)

Seedy crackers

  • 40 grams pepitas (pumpkin seeds)
  • 40 grams sunflower seeds
  • 40 grams chia seeds
  • 15 grams Rolled oats (gluten free)
  • 3/4-1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 20 grams Flax seeds
  • 20 grams buckwheat flour
  • 165 grams water
  • 10 grams olive oil
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Recipe's preparation

    Seedy crackers
  1. Weigh all the ingredients into the Thermomix bowl.

     

    Stir 5 seconds, Counter-clockwise operation on speed 2.

     

    Set aside for 30 minutes.

  2. Preheat oven to 150c.

     

    Cut 4 pieces of baking paper, the same size as your 2 oven trays.

     

    Place half the seedy mixture on 1 piece of baking paper on a flat surface. Place a second piece of baking paper on top and roll out between the two pieces until very flat and even.

  3. Carefully peel back and remove the top layer of baking paper.

     

    Using a blunt knife, or thermomix spatula, make lines in the mixture to ensure the crackers easily snap apart after baking.

     

    Repeat with the remaining mixture.  

  4. Place in the oven and bake for 40 minutes. Check to see if they are crisp and if not place back in the oven for a further 10 minutes. 

     

    Dry on racks and snap apart. When cooled, place in an air-tight container.

     

    Serve with cheese, quince paste or dips. 

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Tip

You can use spelt flour if gluten is not an issue.


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  • NOTE: rolled oats are not considered gluten free...

    Submitted by andreRN on 14. June 2020 - 14:57.

    NOTE: rolled oats are not considered gluten free in New Zealand and Australia can use quinoa flakes in place

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  • Yummy and seedy. I think these will be my new go...

    Submitted by kesub on 10. April 2019 - 17:32.

    Yummy and seedy. I think these will be my new go to crackers.
    I followed zetycael's advice, and mixed for longer.
    I also did not do the rolling out. I poured the mixture straight away onto baking paper in the pan, spread it out, and then waited about 30 minutes before putting in the oven. Worked out perfectly

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  • Easy, tasty and healthy! I am

    Submitted by zetycael on 28. June 2016 - 14:56.

    Easy, tasty and healthy! I am enjoying my first batch although next time I would mix longer.  When tipping the mixture out I found that the buckwheat flour hadn't mixed in and I have found some very salty patches as I eat them.  I added some fennel seeds and next time will try sesame seeds.  

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