Low Carb Cheese Crackers Recipe Instructions
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Mix it together until all the ingredients is fully combined. Now you will place the ball of dough on a large sheet of parchment paper. Then place another sheet of parchment paper of equal size on top of the ball of dough. You can use your hands or a rolling pin to spread the dough out into a thin layer. It spread so easily that I used my hands to have more control and keep the dough inside the square piece of parchment paper.
Make sure the parchment paper is the same size as your baking sheet. Bake these crackers on each side at degrees for about 5 or 6 minutes on each side. If the crackers are thin, you will cook them about 5 minutes on each side but if the dough is thick, it may take 7 to 9 minutes to get the crispy cracker texture you are looking for.
I ended up using the pizza cutter again to define the lines on the flip side too. Feel free to leave the crackers in there a bit longer but watch them closely if you love a very crispy texture. I made another batch as snacks for the week. I divided these up into 10 small baggies! This put about 5 to 6 crackers in each baggy!
The more I make these the more I roll the dough thinner and thinner. If you roll the dough really think the crackers come out crispier and you will get a bigger quantity! I ended up adding up all these ingredients in a recipe calculator and determined the nutritional ingredients for 10 servings:.
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Instructions Mix all the cheeses including the cream cheese along with the almond flour in a microwave safe bowl and cook it for exactly one minute.
You want the cheese to be partially melted see photo Allow this to cool for a few minutes because if you put the egg in these ingredients too soon it will cook the egg. You want to add about a teaspoon of your favorite seasoning unless it's a spicy mix.
If you cheese has gotten too hard or it's too hard to mix, you can microwave your cheese for another 20 seconds to get it soft again. Next use a pizza cutter to cut the crackers into small squares as seen in the photos.
When you keep the dough on the parchment paper it's really easy to flip it over while it's hot after cooking it on the first side.
Allow the crackers to cool for about 5 minutes and they are ready to eat! These were lovely and crisp this afternoon after baking but by tonight have lost their crunch.
Easy, quick and super tasty.. Sprinkled with garlic powder and grated parm before baking. I made them and they taste delicious! But I have a question! Was I supposed to spray the parchment before putting it in the oven?? I lost a lot because it stuck to the parchment when I tried to flip them for the second round in the oven. Made these and added real bacon bits to the dough before rolling out and seasoned with dry ranch mix.
Thanks for all your keto support. You are a blessing!! I save those little moisture removing packets from things and put them in containers to keep things crisp. They work for some and not others. I put a piece of plastic wrap that has been sprayed with vegetable spray over the top to roll them out. I also divided the dough in half to roll as thin as possible and baked on two separate cookie sheets. I used ranch seasoning in mine and ate them with guacamole!!!!
They taste like real crackers. I do have a question though- how do you store them? With my family, these never last long enough for me to store them. If they did, I would probably put them in a baggie in the refrigerator though.
I found the recipe to be quite large so I halved it, I added salt, pepper, dried basil, freeze dried parsley flakes, a dash of garlic powder and 2 tbs of white sesame seeds.
I still had to cut some of the dough and use a second pan as my oven only fits half sheet pans. I put these in baggies and put them in the cupboard, but I got thinking about it… do they need to be refrigerated?
Delicious by the way! I tried these today and yum! After mixing in the egg it was to wet i found and would stick,so i added more almond flour. It takes great, and i will try rolling it smaller next time. This will fill the bill beautifully! Would this recipe make a good pizza crust? I am a diabetic and always looking for a way to cut my carbs, but I love pizzas.