These seed crackers are made with all the seeds and nuts you can find in your pantry. Enjoy low carb crackers that are crispy, crunchy, and ready in just 30 minutes. The keto seeds crackers are great for dipping, topped with butter, and delicious on their own.
Finding easy to make low carb snacks is not an easy task, but today I am sharing with you one of my favorite keto snack recipes, that’s so easy to make.
At first, I thought it was a weird combination, but after I baked the crackers and let them cool down, I ended up with extremely crispy, nutty, and tasty goodness.
If you are looking for a quick low carb snack to munch on, you are in the right place. After I made my first batch, I made another one to have on hand for the whole week. They are super easy to make, versatile and the perfect replacement for potato chips.
Reasons You’ll Love This Seed Crackers Recipe
- Super crispy, light, and flavorful
- Naturally grain-free, gluten-free, and paleo.
- Easy to make from scratch in just 10 minutes of prep
- A one-bowl recipe
- Requires only 8 ingredients and a large bowl
Keto Crackers – Nutty and Delicious
Who says you can’t enjoy a good crunch when switching to a keto lifestyle even though chips and grains are not on the allowed food list?
Well, some people suggest eating a few slices of a cucumber when looking for quick low carb snacks, and while that’s a good idea and will make you eat more vegetables; for me, it’s not satisfying enough.
You can definitely buy healthy keto snacks online from any other health store, but they usually have added ingredients that are not keto compliant or are insanely expensive.
The crackers are good to eat on their own as a quick low carb snack, but I prefer them better topped with high-quality grass-fed butter and salt. You can also dip them in guacamole or other keto dips.
I also gathered a huge list of 54 quick low carb snacks you can enjoy while following a keto diet. It includes both sweet and savory snacks idea.
Seed Cracker Ingredients
To make these crackers, I use all the seeds I had in my pantry, almond meal, and coconut oil to bind everything together, adding extra healthy fats to ensure that the crackers turn out crunchy and golden.
- Sunflower Seeds – provide a nutty flavor and crunchiness to the crackers. They are also a good source of vitamin E.
- Pumpkin Seeds – also called pepitas, they are a great sources of healthy fats, protein, and minerals such as zinc, magnesium, and potassium.
- Sesame Seeds – provide a good amount of fiber, protein, and healthy fats. Sesame seeds are also rich in antioxidants and minerals like calcium and iron.
- Flax Seeds and Chia Seeds – are essential to use in this recipe because they help the ingredients bind well. You can substitute one for another but use the same total quantity.
- Almond Flour – serves as the base of the crackers and provides a nutty flavor and texture. It is also a good source of protein and healthy fats.
- Coconut Oil – adds extra healthy fats and ensures that the crackers will turn out crunchy and golden.
Tip: If you don’t have chia seeds, use 1/2 cup flax seeds and vice-versa.
How to Make Keto Crackers
- Gather all the seeds and nuts you can find in your pantry. You’ll need about 1/2 cup of each. The most important are the chia seeds and the flax seeds.
- Use hot boiling water to activate the chia seeds and flaxseed. These two small seeds act as a binder.
- Use 2 tbsp of coconut oil or butter to make sure that the crackers turn out perfectly crispy and roasted.
- Bake at low temperature for half an hour and then cut them into pieces.
- Let them cook for another 15 minutes or until all the moisture is gone. Keep an eye on the crackers, as the seeds tend to burn quickly.
- Once you remove them from the oven, allow them to completely cool down on a rack, and then enjoy plain or with butter on top!
- Everything bagel seed crackers: Mix together sesame seeds, poppy seeds, dried garlic flakes, dried onion flakes, and salt. Mix into the mixture or sprinkle on top before baking.
- Rosemary and sea salt seed crackers: Mix together chopped fresh rosemary, sea salt, and black pepper.
- Add 2 tablespoons of Parmesan: Mix together grated Parmesan cheese or nutritional yeast, dried oregano, dried basil, and salt. Sprinkle the mixture over the seed crackers before baking.
- Spicy seed crackers: Mix together chili powder, cumin, paprika, and salt.
- Cheesy jalapeño seed crackers: Mix together grated cheddar cheese, finely chopped jalapeños, and salt.
- To make the crackers sweet, add a few tablespoons of your favorite sweetener.
Carbs In Keto Seed Crackers
Following the recipe and the same amount of ingredients will end up having 40 delicious and crispy crackers.
The best part is that the crackers are loaded with fiber, and one serving of two seed crackers provides:
- Calories: 106 kcal
- Carbohydrates: 3.9 g
- Dietary Fiber: 2.9 g
- Net Carbs: 1 g
- Protein: 3.8 g
- Fat: 10 g
How To Store Seed Crackers
Once the crackers are completely cooled down, store them in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 weeks. They can be stored for longer, but I’m sure there won’t be any leftovers.
Other Cracker Recipes You’ll Love
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- Best Low Carb Cheddar Cheese Crackers
- Crispy Parmesan Baked Zucchini Fries
- Low Carb Keto Tortilla Chips – 4g Carbs
- Quick and Easy Keto Cheese Chips
Easy Seed Crackers Recipe
- Preheat oven to 300°F / 150°C.
- In a bowl combine the seeds, almond flour, and coconut oil.
- Add the boiling water and stir well until the coconut oil is melted.
- Let the mixture sit for 20 minutes until the chia seeds and flax seeds gel.
- Place seed mixture on a sheet of parchment paper. Use the back of a spoon to flatten seed mixture as thin as you want.
- Bake for 30 minutes, then remove from the oven.
- Using a sharp knife cut the crackers into 1-inch squares, then put them bake into the oven. Bake for about 15 more minutes or until the crackers are crispy and golden.
- Let the crackers cool down on a rack, then store in an air airtight container.
How do we calculate the nutrition info?
These nutrition facts listed are determined using nutrition information from the USDA Food Database. Our nutrition facts are accurate, but if you are using different products, please make your calculations. Net carb count is calculated by subtracting both fiber and sugar alcohols because they don’t raise blood sugar.
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