50 Low-Carb Cracker Recipes to Make You Lick Your Lips!

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Best Low-Carb Cracker Recipes

There are a multitude of reasons to pursue a low-carb lifestyle. Whether part of the latest diet trend or simply trying to drop a few pounds, one thing is clear. Cutting carbohydrates leads to cutting inches. Unfortunately, giving up carbs is easier said than done. Everyone has that one delicacy that they love that is absolutely packed with carbs. For many, that delicacy is crackers.

A low-carb or no carb crackers recipe does not have to mean that the end result flavorless. Many of these recipes are flavorful while also being better for you than their grain based alternatives. These recipes will have you licking your lips with anticipation!

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Best Low-Carb Cracker Recipes

1. Egg-Free Sour Cream and Chive Crackers

Egg-Free Sour Cream and Chive Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – lowcarbsosimple.com

These delicious low-carb snack utilizes almond flour to make a cracker that is both delicious and fits within most diets. Unlike normal wheat flour, almond flour is safe for people with gluten sensitivities. Almonds have also shown to be good for skin and hair. These bite size treats only require a few other ingredients and bake relatively quickly. They are a wonderful substitute for those who love sour cream and onion potato chips!

2. Grain-Free Rosemary Parmesan Chia Seed Crackers

Grain-Free Rosemary Parmesan Chia Seed Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – alldayidreamaboutfood.com

On the spectrum of healthy snacks, this is definitely a personal favorite. In place of grain, this delicious delicacy uses sunflower seeds and chai seeds. The parmesan cheese and rosemary give them the extra bit the flavor that make it taste like a high-class snack. Add a bit of your favorite spread, and it will quickly become a welcome addition to any low-carb diet!

3. Butter Crackers

Butter Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – foodimakemysoldier.com

With an astonishingly low 1.6 carbs per 6 crackers, these butter crackers are a delightful low-carb cracker recipe. And the best part about it? They are extremely simple to make. It is possible to prepare the ingredients, bake the cracker, and be enjoying a dainty snack in under 30 minutes. These crackers also contain stevia for lower calorie sugar alternative. As such, there crackers get a gold medal in the category of healthful snacks!

4. Low-Carb Crackers

Low-Carb Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – naturalweightlosstruth.com

Again utilizing the benefits of almond flower, this is a very basic version of the cracker. Flavored with onion powder and garlic, this recipe makes a wonderful addition to soup or a tasty cheese. Containing only a few ingredients, this recipe is also pretty simple to prepare. Many also like to serve this cracker warm. The crunch from this thin cracker adds a fulfilling bit of texture to any meal!

5. Low-Carb and Gluten-Free Cheese Crackers with Almond Flour

Low-Carb and Gluten-Free Cheese Crackers with Almond Flour

Detailed recipe and credit – kalynskitchen.com

You have probably figured out by now that almond flour is a low-carb diet’s best friend. This recipe uses blanched flour. This is not the exact same as the almond meal used in many of the recipes. Flavored with cheddar cheese, this is a cracker fit for a queen. Although slightly more calorie rich, this is a worthy snack when portioned correctly. Low in carbs and high in “good” fats, this cracker is a choice addition to the table at any party!

6. Low Carb (2 Ingredient) Crispy Jalapeño Cheese Crackers

Low Carb (2 Ingredient) Crispy Jalapeño Cheese Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – healthstartsinthekitchen.com

Spicy and flavorful, this is one of the few virtually carb-free cracker recipes. Amazingly, it utilizes cheese and jalapeños as main ingredients. Because there are only two ingredients, the cost of this treat is extremely low as well. How does one make cheese into a crispy snack? Simply bake for about 10 minutes! This feels like a secret that has been hiding in plain sight all along. The creator of this recipe recommends serving these with a homemade ranch dressing. They would also be a wonderful addition to salsa!

7. Low Carb FatHead Crackers

Low Carb FatHead Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – ditchthecarbs.com

This low-carb cracker recipe has become popular in the internet world. The dough itself uses almond flour, cheese, etc. that many of the other crackers use. The difference is all in the way that this cracker can be seasoned. Taco seasoning, basil, lemon and rosemary, parsley, and chili are all recommendations that make this one of the most versatile recipes available!

8. 3 Ingredient Gluten-Free Paleo Crackers

3 Ingredient Gluten-Free Paleo Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – almostsupermom.com

Because the Paleo Diet stresses abandonment of all grains, many of the recipes also fit well into the low-carb diet. This another very general cracker recipe that uses almond flour. However, the creator encourages bakers to “dress up” the cracker a bit. Sun dried tomato and basil or garlic are excellent additions to this savory snack. This would be a wonderful cracker with a pimento spread or a cream cheese spread!

9. Almond-Arrowroot Crackers

Almond-Arrowroot Crackers<

Detailed recipe and credit – buttoni.wordpress.com

Exquisitely crispy, this is an new take on the almond flour cracker that uses arrowroot flour and oat starch to keep the crackers fresh for longer. Since this recipe makes more than 90 crackers, you will want them to keep for a while! This recipe also uses flax seed which has been shown to have a great many health benefits! This combination of low-carb foods as ingredients make this a cracker to write home about!

10. Easy Peasy Cheese Crackers

Easy Peasy Cheese Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – healthylivinghowto.com

Like the jalapeño crackers, these crackers are simply crispy bites of cheese! And who doesn’t like cheese? This is probably the closest to a no carb crackers recipe that can be achieved. Although the nutritional specifics depend on the type of cheese being used, most cheeses contain a very minimum number of carbs. Consider using different cheeses for different purposes! Swiss cheese would be great with a meat dip! Mozzarella would be tasty with tomato sauce! The possibilities are endless!

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