Are you familiar with flackers? These vegan crackers made from flax seeds are incredibly tasty but also cost a pretty penny. If you love flackers, why not try making them at home with this easy flax seed cracker recipe?
What's The Deal with Flax Crackers?
Flax crackers are completely free of grain and gluten, which makes them idea for low-carb, paleo, and gluten-free lifestyles.
They are just as crispy as traditional wheat crackers and can be flavored with your favorite seasonings. Once you master the basic flax seed cracker recipe the flavor combinations are endless.
The best part? They can be dipped into party favorites like guacamole or used as a bed for jam, cheese, cured meats and smoked salmon.
Nutrition of Flax Crackers
Flax seed crackers are especially nutritious because they are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids which boost heart health.
Flax seeds are also rich in fiber, which helps regulate your digestive system. They also contain magnesium, calcium, and iron.
Flax Seed Cracker Recipe
Our recipe for flax seed crackers calls for the following ingredients (which can feed up to six people):
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