- 11. Gluten-free Mini Cheddars
- 12. Sunflower Seed Crackers
- 13. Low Carb Cheese and Chive Crackers (Gluten Free)
- 14. Homemade Graham Crackers (Low Carb and Gluten Free)
- 15. Gluten-Free “Whole Grain” Crackers
- 16. Cheetos
- 17. Spicy Cheddar Crisps
- 18. Cheesy Chia Seed Crackers
- 19. Homemade Flax and Hemp Seed Crackers
- 20. Paleo Animal Crackers
11. Gluten-free Mini Cheddars
If fancy low-carb crackers are what you seek, this is the snack for you! Instead of almond flour, this recipe uses freshly ground almonds along with cheddar and parmesan cheese and various herbs and spices. What makes this recipe different, however, is the addition of coconut flour. This allows for a texture that is a little bit fluffier than crisp. For a better analogy, they are more like a Ritz cracker and less like a Wheat Thin. This mouthwatering cracker is nearly addicting!
12. Sunflower Seed Crackers
Sunflower seeds are great just on their own. But what happens when you put them into a low-carb cracker recipe? Tastiness ensues! In addition to their delectable goodness, these crackers have almost 8 grams of protein and twice as much fiber as store brand cracker! Add these to a homemade spinach and artichoke dip for even more healthy goodness!
13. Low Carb Cheese and Chive Crackers (Gluten Free)
Many recipes use cheese to make their low-carb foods more flavorful. Most, however, do not use cottage cheese! This low-carb and also low-calorie addition make this cracker unique. Cottage cheese also serves to keep this cracker a little bit more moist than some other versions. This is perhaps why this cracker doesn’t have the shelf life of some other treats. However, it will definitely not be hard to finish these heavenly appetizers in a timely manner!
14. Homemade Graham Crackers (Low Carb and Gluten Free)
Finally a low-carb crackers recipe that soothes that sweet tooth! This almond flour cracker is sweetened with vanilla extract, coconut oil, cinnamon, and molasses. Because of the nature of this cracker, it could almost be called a cookie! This makes a great dessert treat to have with that evening cup of coffee! They are also a great addition to flavor up your plain Greek yogurt! What a great way to gratify sweet cravings!
15. Gluten-Free “Whole Grain” Crackers
One of the downsides of committing to a diet low in carbs is that you give up all of the healthful benefits of whole grains. Or do you? This low-carb crackers recipe uses whey protein for a delicious way to deliver such benefits without all of the carbs! This recipe also contains 1.3-2.7 grams of protein PER CRACKER!
Yes you read the title correctly! This healthier version of the popular snack contains 46 calories per serving. Compare that to the 150 calories in the store bought version, and this tasty alternative will have you licking your fingers for more. In addition to being a low calorie crackers recipe, they are very nearly a carb free crackers recipe. This is definitely a snack that will quickly become a favorite!
17. Spicy Cheddar Crisps
This simple creation is a great for those who love wavy chips. These tasty crisps are cooked inside a Panini press to give them the wave and crunch that such a snack must have! A waffle press could also be used for a texture variation! Flavored with Tabasco sauce, these crisps are made entirely from cheese. Since this carb free crackers recipe is so simple, it is a great idea for parties and special occasions!
18. Cheesy Chia Seed Crackers
For those who are picky about texture, this is definitely a cracker for you. Again using almond meal and chia seeds, this savory snack is a close comparison with a Cheez-It. As such, the versatility of this snack make it a great snack to take to work. No need for dips or flavorings! This cracker can stand on its own! This recipe is also a healthy addition to a child’s lunch box!
19. Homemade Flax and Hemp Seed Crackers
The next low-carb cracker recipe is packed with “good” fats! Flax seeds have been proven to contain Omega-3 Fatty Acids that actually help to increase cognitive brain functions such as concentration and memory. Hemp seeds contain essential Amino Acids which are considered to be a building block of good health. Described as a bit “nutty,” these crackers are tiny snacks that pack a good nutritional punch!
20. Paleo Animal Crackers
Animal crackers are a part of everyone’s childhood! No one can forget reaching into the box to pull out a roaring lion, a ferocious tiger, or a majestic elephant! These sweet snacks will also make you want to roar will delight! With just a subtle hint of vanilla, these crackers will have you nostalgic for old days and eager to share the healthier low-carb recipe with your own family!