Flax Seed Recipes and Low Carb Crackers
These flax seed recipes are vegan raw crackers that you can easily make at home.
Flax seeds are very low in "net" carbs, so it's very easy to make a variety of low carb crackers using flax seeds.
And flax seeds make a great binder, so it's easy to make flax seed recipes with many types of low carb fruits and vegetables.
You can keep it real simple or be very creative!
Just make the basic low carb flax seed recipe or create a more savory one.
Flax Seed Recipes - Basic Low Carb Crackers VIDEO
This is the most basic way to make a flax seed cracker recipe.
Just soak your ground or whole flax seeds in water (at least 45 minutes). Then spread thinly onto a lined tray or cookie sheet. Dehydrate until crispy in a dehydrator or in your oven set at the lowest temperature.
You can turn this recipe into a savory low carb cracker by using an Italian or Mexican seasoning that you create yourself or already have available in your pantry.
Low Carb Crackers VIDEO
16 ounces Radish (wet chopped) 2 cups Celery (wet chopped) 1 Large Sweet Onion (wet chopped) 1/2 cup of Ground Flax Seeds 1 cup of Filtered Water 1 1/2 Tbsp. of Seasoning
You could also let your mixture sit for an hour or more before dehydrating to activate the gelatinous properties of the flax seeds. Then dehydrate until crispy in your dehydrator.
The Best Food Dehydrators
Food dehydrators will come in many shapes and sizes. There are round
dehydrators and square dehydrators. Four tray dehydrators and nine
And there are cheap dehydrators and really
I guess it will just depend on how much you plan
on using a dehydrator when it comes to picking the right one for you.
I've only used a couple myself, so I can only offer advice on these two dehydrators......
Nesco is a stackable dehydrator that is relatively inexpensive and
The one thing that I really didn't like about this
dehydrator was the hole running down the center of the machine.
I found it to be a big problem when making raw cracker recipes - or recipes that needed to be spread out uniformly.
much prefer the
Excalibur 4 tray which has square trays and no hole
down the middle for making raw cracker recipes, dehydrating fruit, etc.
I also think the Excalibur is a better quality
Be aware that dehydrators and even the Excalibur can rise above the temperature that you set it at by 10 degrees or so.
Better yet, get a device that can tell you
the exact temperature inside your dehydrator.
More Raw Flax Seed Recipes
1 cup of Whole Flax Seeds 1 cup of Baby Tomatoes Handful of Fresh Cilantro or Basil 1 small Red Bell Pepper 1 large Garlic Clove A Few Shakes of Red Chili Pepper 2 Tbsp. of Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice Instructions:
Grind whole flax seeds into a meal and set aside. Blend other ingredients together until soupy. Add soupy mixture to flax meal and stir until well combined - let sit for an hour or more. Then spread mixture onto parchment paper or teflex sheets and score. Then place on your dehydrator mesh tray and put into dehydrator. Dehydrate at 145 degrees F for 1 hour and then lower to 110 degrees F. Dehydrate for 6 hours and then flip (remove parchment paper or teflex sheet). Continue dehydrating flax crackers until crispy. Store in an airtight container.
There is no end to how many different types of crackers you could create.
Try using different vegetables and fruits to create a different taste sensation every time.
Also, adding spices and herbs will help to add more depth of flavor to your flax seed recipes.
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