Paleo Herb Cheese Crackers
Paleo & Crackers in the same sentence!? Yup. It’s happening, and it’s delicious. A few months ago I made these Paleo Sesame Crackers and they were delish so I knew I needed to continue the cracker train and mix it up with some herbs and nutritional yeast! If you don’t know what nutritional yeast is – here is what you need to know: it is a deactivated yeast that is flaky in consistency and nutty/ cheesy in taste. Vegans are all about this stuff to give things a cheese flavor and if you are dairy free it is a fabulous way to recreate the flavor. I used it in my Paleo Chili Cheese Dip and it was CRAZY GOOD! Also perfect for football season so you gotta make it soon.
Anyways, the yeast in these crackers gives them a slight cheesy taste and I added rosemary and sage to really Fall it up! I am obsessed with these herbs and use them whenever I can! I cannot wait to move into our house and plant an herb garden!! I have a terrible black thumb but I am going to be on a mission to change that! I have seen these super cute planter box ideas on Pinterest and I am determined to make it work. I will be sure to report back on that! Also, if you follow me on Pinterest, which you TOTES should, you might have seen this board of my home inspo which is basically just my dream kitchen! We are starting to plan out the kitchen now and I am FREAKIN OUT that my dream might actually become real. Can’t wait to show you details of the renovations!
Okay I got off track. These crackers are simple to make and super tasty. But be sure to eat them the same day because they loose their crisp after a while!
How amazing is my hand model?! Haha Thanks sista!!
Do you nee some dips to go with these yummy crackers, we have you covered:
- ¾ cup almond flour
- ¼ cup nutritional yeast
- 1 egg white
- ⅛ teaspoon salt
- 1 tablespoon chopped herbs (i used fresh rosemary & sage)
- Preheat the oven to 325. Combine the almond flour, nutritional yeast, herbs, egg white and salt together until you form a ball of dough. Place dough on a piece of parchment paper and put another piece on top of that roll the dough out to about 1/8 inch thick or thinner if you want really crispy crackers. Remove the top piece of parchment paper and place the bottom piece on a cookie sheet.
- Cut the dough with a pizza cutter into whatever size cracker you prefer. Make little slices in the top for a fun texture if desired! Bake for 12-15 minutes, or until golden brown, the thinner the cracker, the less time you bake it for.