Herb Crackers


By Esther Boateng

Forget sickly sweet snacks; instead, curb hunger pangs in between meals by fueling your body with a healthy dose of fiber, fat, and protein. These herb crackers are packed with a variety of seeds, such as sesame, pumpkin, sunflower, and caraway, as well as nuts if you choose to include them. They’re incredibly crunchy, crumbly, and taste great garnished with your favorite savory or sweet topping.

On a good day, I eat two or three meals plus snacks; some days it works, other days it goes “pear-shaped.” For those pear-shaped days, instead of indulging in a sweet snack, I prefer to load up on crackers piled with creamy cheese and avocado or another savory topping. If you fancy a salty/sweet combo, load your crackers with a generous spread of almond or pecan nut butter.

You can also add some fruit, such as dried apricot or dried apple chunks, to satisfy a sweet tooth. When adding fruit, remove a couple tablespoons of the flour mixture and coat the fruit with it to prevent the fruit from sinking to the bottom of the batter during the first bake. You can also use twice the amount of molasses, which will increase the sweetness of the crackers.



  • Customer Support

    Hello Rebekah,

    The oven temperature is 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Customer Support

  • Rebekah Leonhart

    Oven temperature?

  • judy

    Just for clarification, is this a loaf of bread prior to slicing and drying out the slices? Also, can you recommend a substitute for self rising flour, preferably gluten free? Thanks so much for this and all your wonderful recipes.

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