Just because you are on a keto or low carb diet, you don’t have to miss out on the crunch! These crackers are so easy to make, you’ll wonder if you’ll ever buy a cracker again. These keto crackers are made with two ingredients. Yes, I said two ingredients!
When I started on my low carb journey, I quickly missed one of my favorite carb-obsessions. Crackers. All the crackers. Big crackers, little crackers, flavored crackers, plain crackers. Now that I know there are easy low carb crackers that you can make, I’m enjoying food that much more. Oh, and did I mention, these are made with only 2 basic ingredients?!
How do you make keto crackers?
That pic above? It’s that simple. Almond flour and egg. Now, you have to like / be able to eat almonds, so if you have a nut allergy, these won’t work. And I haven’t tried other flours (as of this posting), so I can’t speak for other recipes. If I do try some, I’ll be sure to update this post, so it’s a perfect opportunity to subscribe!
I didn’t use the finest almond flour for these crackers. You can see that it’s a little grainy. That’s OK. It still bakes up fine. I think if you use different brands of flour you would want to check while it’s baking to make sure it’s not burning. I’ve also rolled mine a little thick. There’s no baking powder in these so they are what they are. No rising, no spreading.
I rolled the keto almond cracker dough out on my silicone mat and sliced with a knife. This would have been a great opportunity to use the pizza cutter that my daughter took with her when she moved out. Not complaining – just sayin’. I was able to get about 30 out of my batter. It’s obviously going to vary based on how
Non-perfect alignment of keto almond crackers on the pan to show you I’m human. In fact, I’m real human. I’m not always the prettiest baker, but when I make something that tastes good, it’s GOOD! They bake up firm and work great for dips and spreads.
Add flavor to keto almond crackers
I added salt to these as the only additional seasoning. But you could add any flavor that would work with almonds:
- Everything but the Bagel Seasoning
- Taco seasoning
And pair it with your favorite cheese or keto dip or try it with these savory fat bomb recipes which are a lot like a cheese ball!
- Taco Fat Bomb for taco Tuesday or every day!!
- Dill Pickle Fat Bomb – pickles are my favorite snack, so this was a natural!
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- 2 cups almond flour
- 1 large egg
- seasonings to taste
- Add 1 3/4 cup almond flour to a bowl, reserving 1/4 cup for rolling
- Add egg and mix well
- Roll out the dough about 1/8 inch thick using the remaining almond flour to keep it from sticking.
- Slice into your choice of shape
- Using a spatula, lift up the crackers and place them on a baking sheet (we use a silicone baking mat)
- Bake at 350 degrees F for 7 - 10 minutes or until golden brown.
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