A healthy alternative to bread: Seed crackers!

Evening hunbuns!

I am back with a recipe! I have been loving these seed crackers which are legit made from a ton of seeds and some psyllium husk which binds it all together! They are relatively quick to make and take an hour to bake in order to achieve maximum crisp!

So without further a do let me tell you how to make these seedy little fella’s!

What you need:

  • Psyllium husk
  • 200g pumpkin seeds
  • 100g white sesame seeds
  • 70g dark linseeds
  • 10g black sesame seeds
  • handful of other seeds
  • 1 tsp himalayan salt
  • 2 cups of water


and as if by magic here it is^


Step one:

Grab two mixing bowls! In the first bowl add the 3 tbsp of Psyllium husk and add the water. This basically forms the sticky substance that will bind the seeds together to form a cracker.

In the second bowl, weigh out the various types of seeds and mix them together along with the himalayan salt!


Step two:

Leave the first bowl to stand for ten minutes in order for the mixture to thicken!


Step three:

Combine the seeds to the sticky concoction and mix together!



Step four:

Spoon the mixture onto a silicone mat (to prevent the cracker from sticking) you can make them into any shape you want really!




Step five:

Once you have used all the mixture and made them into crackers, pop them into the oven for an hour at 150 o c or 300 o f.



Step six:

Remove from oven and let the crackers cool!



Step seven:

Add a wad of butter and a topping of your choice! In my case brie and grapes πŸ˜‰ then sit back and enjoyyyyy!



Not sure if any of you are aware of the term ‘Banting’ the word probs just reminds you of banter because who doesn’t love a bit of banter?! Anyway back toΒ banting!Β This recipe is basically suited to the low carb, high fat diet! It’s otherwise commonly referred to as the Tim Noakes diet! Anywhooo the crackers are fab when you are feeling peckish and because butter is high fat and so is cheese these go fabulously which an array of cheeses!

Let me know if you have any banting recipes ❀






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