25 Healthy Cracker Recipes

25 Healthy Cracker Recipes

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I love when y’all send me post ideas. :-) Let’s me know you’re reading…or maybe you’re not reading and you’re like, “Stacy, could you please write about this topic because I’m bored out of my mind.” If it’s that second one, just don’t tell me.

Anyway, one of you (can’t remember the name, sorry!) asked if I would do a list post about healthy cracker recipes. My list posts are pretty popular with you guys, so I am happy to oblige. Check out 100 Days of No Processed Foods Crock Pot Style and 20 Healthy Granola Bar Recipes. If you have any more ideas for list posts, just holler. They’re fun to research and put together. And I really love lists.

See below my researched list of 25 Healthy Cracker recipes with some notes from me. :-) I hope you find this list helpful. And now, I want a cracker. Thanks a lot. My name’s not even Polly.

These crackers do not include any corn syrup or other unhealthy ingredients (unprocessed sugars might be included): pure and simple because that’s really what a cracker is. Something so simple that brings so much joy…I need cheese.

25 Healthy Cracker Recipes

Spelt Thins from The Nourishing Home

 

1. Spelt Thins from The Nourishing Home

2. Grain Free Almond Sunny Seed Crackers from GNOWFGLINS

3. Super Easy Nut Crackers from Raising The Barrs

4. Homemade Goldfish Crackers from Dinners Dishes and Desserts

5. Vegan Herb Crackers from Elana’s Pantry

25 Healthy Cracker Recipes

Homemade Cheez-Its from The Imperfect Homemaker

 

6. Homemade Cheez-Its from The Imperfect Homemaker

7. Beet and Cheddar Crackers from Heather Christo Cooks

8. Vegetable Pulp Crackers from Purely Twins (great for those of you who juice)

9. Honey Oat Crackers from Oh Shine On (using butter of course)

10. Rosemary Crackers from Elana’s Pantry

25 Healthy Cracker Recipes

Rosemary Raisin Crackers from The Nourishing Home

 

11. Grain-Free Rosemary Raisin Crackers from The Nourishing Home

12. Easy Parmesan Basil Crackers from Lauren’s Latest (I would use white wheat flour)

13. Whole Wheat Cheddar Crackers from Two-Tarts

14. Basil Slice and Bake Crackers from Perfecting the Pairing (I would use white wheat flour)

15. Sesame Seed Crackers from Avocado Pesto (I would use white wheat flour)

25 Healthy Cracker Recipes

Sweet Potato Crackers from Life’s Abundant Adventures

16. Sweet Potato Crackers from Life’s Abundant Adventures

17. Homemade Crackers from Crunchy Creamy Sweet (I would use white wheat flour and sucanat)

18. Gluten Free Seed Crackers from Tasty Kitchen

19. Whole Grain Crackers from A Little Bit Crunchy A Little Bit Rock ‘n Roll

20. Homemade Matzo Crackers from Joybilee Farm

25 Healthy Cracker Recipes

Homemade Wheat Thins from Kitchen Stewardship

 

21. Homemade Wheat Thins from Kitchen Stewardship

22. Grain Free Multi-Seed Crackers from The Nourishing Home

23. Homemade Whole Grain Crackers from Just Making Noise

24. Parmesan, Sea Salt and Black Pepper Crackers from Girl Versus Dough (Using white wheat flour and sucanat)

25. Gluten Free Graham Crackers from Desserts with Benefits


If you are doing Trim Healthy Mama like we are, some of these are good for you too! These all fall under the Satisfying (S) category.

-Grain Free Almond Sunny Seed Crackers

-Super Easy Nut Crackers

-Vegan Herb Crackers

-Vegetable Pulp Crackers (when using S veggies)

-Rosemary Crackers

-Rosemary Raisin Crackers (when leaving out the raisins)

-Gluten Free Seed Crackers (when using almond flour and stevia)

-Grain Free Multi-Seed Crackers

**This post is linked at Trim Healthy Tuesday.


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Stacy is the author of Crock On: A Semi-Whole Foods Slow Cooker Cookbook and Keep Crockin': A Poorganic Slow Cooker Cookbook, and a stay-at-home and homeschooling mom to her two children, Annie (June 2009) and Andy (August 2012). After an “awakening” in March 2011, her family switched to a more natural, whole foods diet. She likes to blog about how to live on less than you make and how to eat good food while doing it. Her passion is teaching others how to save money and she tag teams with her husband in this endeavor. At Stacy Makes Cents you’ll find information on how to save money in the kitchen, how to have fun with your kids, and how to be thrifty in all areas of life. Her passion is teaching others how to live debt free. Make sure to follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more to keep up with her daily antics.

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  1. I absolutely love crackers! I like that you included gluten free recipes :)

  2. What a great resource! Thanks for this. I can’t wait to dig in once I’m done feeling exhausted :)

  3. I haven’t either. LOL Just teething crackers.

  4. Thanks for letting me use your pictures – when I didn’t even ask. LOL LOL

  5. I would think that would work just fine – and yes, it would be an S. :-)

  6. I pinned this one! I’ve been trying to find a cracker recipe my family likes!

  7. Any idea how to make a healthy Ritz cracker? I LOOOOVE Ritz crackers, and they are one of the few unhealthy foods I still buy because I can’t find a decent recipe for them! When I search, I just find lots of recipes using Ritz crackers as an ingredient. Help?

  8. Lauren @ Oatmeal With A Fork :

    This is a great list Stacy! My daughters both love crackers, so I will definitely be trying some of these out. :-D

  9. I have tried baking crackers (a simple flour/salt/olive oil recipe, run the dough through a pasta machine, then prick and bake) but gave up BECAUSE either they were not crisp enough or they were too dark – all on the same sheet pan! How can I get my crackers to bake EVENLY, in a consistent amount of time? Does anyone have any ideas for me?

    • I have read the trick is to make sure they are all the same thickness – but if you’re using a pasta machine, they should be. I would remove the ones that were finished and move the inside crackers around so they can get more air and finish baking.

  10. Enjoy!

  11. Zoe @ecothrifty :

    Brilliant list. I’ve been meaning to make my own crackers for ages and I have no excuses now. I have shared this to my Facebook page.