It’s been months since I received a request for a recipe for gluten free oyster crackers. I finally had the courage to give it a try. With very few gluten recipes to go by, I am very happy with the results. I have provided dairy-free and vegan options, though the results will vary depending upon the ingredients you use. Mainly the browning amount will change. Though if you were to use whole milk, it would make them a tad bit softer, yet more flavorful. I have provided the ingredients I used, and in parenthesis the alternatives. Get that clam chowder ready for this fall and enjoy it with these gluten free oyster crackers!
Because most oyster crackers contain yeast, and some baking soda. I decided to use a recipe to adapt from The Cooking of Joy blog, Homemade Oyster Crackers, as it calls for baking powder which is lower in sodium than baking soda, and is yeast-free. I think the crackers shouldn’t over power a soup, as most soups are salty enough, anyway.