Using just three simple ingredients, you can make delicious, cheesy crackers known as cheese coins. The texture of these coins is crisp and crunchy. Serve them just as you would crackers, but with less flavorful toppings. Think cream cheese, hummus, sautéed vegetables, and even thinly sliced apples.
Everyone raves about how authentic the texture and flavor is of my Crunchy Gluten Free Graham Cracker Recipe. I wanted a crunchy gluten free peanut butter graham cracker reicpe, but I couldn’t find even a gluten-containing recipe. So, I got to work and I am so glad that I did. They taste incredible and are crunchy too! You can substitute almond butter or tahini (sesame butter) for the peanut butter. Eat them plain, soak in milk, serve with ice cream, broken up in parfaits, or use them to make a pie crust just as you would with traditional graham crackers. Also, see the tips section to learn how to use this dough to make a single pie crust without making them into graham crackers first.
Whether you enjoy a gluten free cracker crust pizza or a gluten free thin crust pizza, this crust is absolutely perfect! Rolled out thinly, it cracks like a cracker. Rolled out just a tad thicker, it is the thinnest gluten free pizza crust you’ll find. You’ll never have soggy pizza crust again! You don’t need a grill to make it, just a pizza stone, pizza pan, or baking sheet and your oven. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Cracker Pizza Crust (or Thin Crust) Recipe and Video”
Whether you are grain-free or gluten-free, these crackers are perfect if you do not wish to use any special gluten-free ingredients. I smeared them with plain cream cheese and topped with roasted* red bell peppers and parsley. You can also use hummus. They have so much flavor! I’m sure you’ll enjoy them as well. Continue reading “Gluten-Free Grain-Free Parmesan Almond Crackers”
Crackers aux Céréales is French for cereal crackers. I made this version of my gluten free graham cracker recipe when I recently stumbled up their existence. Europeans know food, and they have quite a few ideas that only seem to catch on in America if a well-known chef decides to duplicate one of their recipes here in the United States. These seedy crackers are served in France with breakfast. You may top them with the same condiments you use to top your toast. Use jam, nut butter, peanut butter, and even the famous nut cocoa spread, Nutella, which is extremely popular in Europe. It is made of hazelnuts and cocoa. Another option is to dunk them in coffee, tea, or milk. My version of these gluten free cereal crackers tastes like a gluten graham cracker with seeds on top. I hope you enjoy this recipe. There’s nothing like a little nutty flavor on breakfast food. Continue reading “French Seedy Gluten Free Graham Cracker Recipe”
Because this gluten free crackers recipe contains so much butter, it can be easily made using any gluten free all-purpose flour mix you regularly enjoy. Create pumpkin cracker sandwiches and fill them with cream cheese, pumpkin and spice, or use your imagination using your favorite ingredients. Make decorative shapes using a cookie spritzer or cut the dough by hand. You make the choices and enjoy. Continue reading “Savory Gluten Free Pumpkin Crackers Recipe”
While no gluten are contained in these gluten free cheese crackers, they are more flavorful than some of the gluten crackers I have tasted in the past. Rolled thin and baked crisp, they make a wonderful treat. You can even use them as gluten free gold fish crackers. It is important to note that you can either control the color or the level of spice in this recipe, but not both. Turmeric and paprika are used to enhance the color, as well as carrot juice. Simply put, these gluten free crackers are crisp, flavorful, and colorful. I chose to make these crackers with cornstarch, alone, as it provides the most crispness in baked goods. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Cheese Crackers”
On Day 7 of the KitchenAid Pro Stand Mixer Giveaway and Authors’ Gluten-Free Recipes Event, Colette Martin, author of Learning to Bake Allergen-Free: A Crash Course for Busy Parents on Baking without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts, shares with us her gluten free chia crackers recipe. There’s nothing like discovering a good gluten free cracker. We all miss that crunch, especially in the beginning of the gluten free diet. Then we slowly discover recipes that fit our needs. I believe this gluten free cracker recipe may be one of those! There’s something about the need to experience different textures. I hope you enjoy this allergen-free and gluten free cracker recipe. Thank you, Colette for all you do. Baking allergen-free is no small task! Continue reading “Gluten Free Chia Cracker Recipe”
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! Continue reading “Gluten Free Oyster Crackers”