- 21. Cheezy Kale Crackers
- 22. Salt and Pepper Crackers
- 23. Rosemary and Sea Salt Crackers
- 24. Crispy Almond Sesame Crackers
- 25. Easy Cashew Crackers
- 26. Homemade Cheese Crackers
- 27. Roasted Veggie Crackers
- 28. Graham Crackers
- 29. Low-Carb Breadsticks
- 30. Easy Grain Free Crackers
21. Cheezy Kale Crackers
It is hard to get enough vegetables in your diet. This is one of the low-carb crackers that can help with exactly that! Offering health benefits of vitamins A and K, kale has been a popular asset to the health food scene for some time. This, however, is a much more fun way to eat kale than any salad. Flavored with paprika and chipotle, you may even convince the whole family to partake in this little bite of goodness!
22. Salt and Pepper Crackers
Low-carb crackers do not have to be fancy to be delicious! This cracker is a bit more simple. Utilizing almond flour once again, this treat is a perfect dipping crisp. Because of the simplicity of the taste, this is a great cracker to serve with extremely flavorful dips. Try with a curry sip or Cajun styles of spread! Keeping the carb count to a minimum also helps you to feel less guilty about adding that extra bit of flavor!
23. Rosemary and Sea Salt Crackers
Rosemary is a tiny herb with a lot of health potential! From cancer prevention to improved memory to help with migraines and hair growth and liver detox, it is not hard to see why rosemary is a welcome addition to this cracker. With the almond flour and egg base and the addition of Celtic sea salt and coconut oil, this low-carb cracker recipe is go-to for many low-carb food enthusiasts!
24. Crispy Almond Sesame Crackers
Almond flour is something that should be a staple in every low-carb kitchen. This versatile “grain” can be dressed up in various ways! A favorite take on the traditional low-carb crackers recipe is to use sesame seeds! Sesame seeds are high in protein and fiber and are a delicious and well-textured addition to this snack! Try with a bacon dip or horseradish dip!
25. Easy Cashew Crackers
This cracker takes the traditional low-carb crackers recipe and alters an essential component! Instead of almond flour, this recipe uses cashew flour! Now the almond versus cashew debate is one as old as any health food. Both have nutrients that are great for the body. While almonds are wonderful sources of vitamin E and calcium, cashews have vitamin K and zinc to help with various aspects of health! Consider adding both flours to your cupboard. These crackers add spices and egg to cashew flour to make a tasty snack that you just cannot stop eating!
26. Homemade Cheese Crackers
Part of the fun of baking is the fun of sharing the experience with family. These crackers started as an attempt to make homemade goldfish. However, it was quickly discovered that they can be made into almost any shape! Mixing the low-carb foods that make savory crackers, this is a recipe that is both fun and mouth watering! The crackers are also great snacks for babies and toddlers to enjoy!
27. Roasted Veggie Crackers
While there are many low-carb options for crackers, it is rare to find carb-free cracker recipes. This one is a favorite for that! Mozzarella cheese and Parmesan cheese combined with your favorite minced vegetable make this a delectable yet extremely healthful selection. There are various options for minced vegetables, but green and red peppers are definitely a favorite! Onions can also add a great flavor! This is a recipe that allows for some flavorful creativity!
28. Graham Crackers
Graham crackers are a sweet treat that doesn’t have to be unhealthy! These little bites of sweetness are flavored with Swerve sweetener and molasses! Many diabetics also love this recipe because it is just the right amount of sweetness to raise blood sugar a bit. This low-carb cracker recipe is also great to use for pie crusts and toppings! Try topped with a Greek yogurt dip and fruit to add even more flavor to the snack!
29. Low-Carb Breadsticks
Let’s take a pause from crackers to look at another great addition to a low-carb diet! These breadsticks use almond and coconut flour with added basil, parsley, oregano, and olive oil to create and Italian side without all the carbs! Topped with olive oil and garlic or cheese, these make a great side to chicken parmesan or a soup! Or, they are just as delightful dipped in marinara sauce for a snack! These breadsticks are a wonderful way to remind yourself that no carbs does not mean no flavor!
30. Easy Grain Free Crackers
The Ketogenic Diet is a new and trendy health craze. This cracker was originally made for the Keto Diet, but it also works well as a low-carb crackers recipe. Chai seeds and hemp hearts give this cracker a bit of a nutty taste. This makes them a great addition to peanut butter, almond butter, or cashew butter! This particular cracker also goes well with meat toppings such as prosciutto or hot beef and cheese dip!