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

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Best Low-Carb Cracker Recipes

31. Almond-Flax Crackers

Almond-Flax Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – buttoni.wordpress.com

This variation on other almond flour and flax seed recipes operates under the belief that less is more. The original creator of the recipe believes that too many spices and seasoning ruin a cracker. So this low-carb cracker uses a minimum amount of extras. This allows the taste of the black pepper to really shine through! This cracker is also a wonderful source of potassium!

32. Cheesy Grain-Free Spinach Crackers

Cheesy Grain-Free Spinach Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – ketodietapp.com

These crackers may look like something out of a Dr. Seuss novel, but they are a classy addition to your cracker repertoire. In addition to being low in carbs, this recipe also doubles as a low calorie crackers recipe! While the spinach pumps up the nutrient level, the flavor makes it a good choice for guacamole or cheese dip. The texture can also be made to be thin and crispy or thinker and more bread-like!

33. Asiago Rosemary Crisps

Asiago Rosemary Crisps

Detailed recipe and credit – blog.stuffimakemyhusband.com

Not everyone has time to prepare, roll out, and bake dough every time they want a cracker. The amazing part of this recipe is that it can be prepared in the microwave! How much easier can it get? Because these crisps are made of cheese, they are also one of those rare carb-free cracker recipes. Great for on the go, these tiny crisps will be a favorite for any occasion!

34. Low-Carb Chile Lime Chips

Low-Carb Chile Lime Chips

Detailed recipe and credit – lowcarbmaven.com

A personal favorite chip is Tostino’s Hint of Lime tortilla chips. These are substitution that is well worth the time. The main flavoring in these low-carb crackers is Mrs. Dash Salt Free Fiesta Lime Flavoring. Along with other low-carb ingredients, this chip makes a great snack or side dish for a Mexican fiesta! Try with salsa! Your taste buds will thank you for trying this one!

35. Cinnamony Pie Crust

Cinnamony Pie Crust

Detailed recipe and credit – gourmetgirlcooks.com

It is hard to find a sweet low calorie crackers recipe. This one takes the cake (or the cracker!) This sweet treat is a lot like a graham cracker! Topped with a cinnamon and butter mixture, this cracker is a dessert all by itself! Dip in frozen or low fat yogurt to add a fun summer spin! Or use as a crust for a pie! Never before have such simple ingredients had such a great taste!

36. Best Keto and Paleo Tortillas, Taco Shells, and Nachos

Best Keto and Paleo Tortillas, Taco Shells, and Nachos

Detailed recipe and credit – ketodietapp.com

Mexican food is a family favorite! The best part about this dinner choice is that it can be topped with many different types of fresh vegetables. In the world of low-carb foods, this tortilla recipe is a must-have! Utilizing flaxseed, coconut flour, and psyllium husks, this tortilla is a versatile low-carb option that also doubles as a recipe for nachos!

37. Parmesan Cheddar Crackers

Parmesan Cheddar Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – mom.me

Although this is not a no carb crackers recipe, the carbs in this cracker are nearly all the “good” carbs. High in fiber, this cracker uses poppy seeds to make the snack a bit more wholesome. Additionally, this cracker does use some butter to flavor. Therefore, this is a cracker to eat in small portions. However, these are great to take along during active days outdoors or at work!

38. Christmas Cracker Toffee

Christmas Cracker Toffee

Detailed recipe and credit – briana-thomas.com

Okay maybe this one is not really a cracker. But who doesn’t like toffee? This holiday favorite is just as good as the normal homemade toffee. This recipe, however, uses some low-carb foods as substitutes for the more dangerous ingredients in toffee. Substituting sweetener for sugar, this dessert still manages to maintain an appropriate toffee texture! This version of holiday cheer will be around for many generations!

39. Low-Carb Avocado Crisps

Low-Carb Avocado Crisps

Detailed recipe and credit – foodiegoesprimal.com

Avocado is a wonderful snack to have in the house! Packed with B vitamins and Omega-3’s avocado helps brain function and memory. In spite of it being a “power food,” however, avocado often turns people off due to the texture and color. This crisp is one of the great ways to sneak some nutrition into your snack. This low calorie crackers recipe is great with a variety of toppings, but it also has a delicious flavor by itself!

40. Baked Swiss Cheese Crisps

Baked Swiss Cheese Crisps

Detailed recipe and credit – gigglesgobblesandgulps.com

This carb-free crackers recipe is as simple as it gets! Simply toss some Swiss cheese on a pan and bake! It really is that easy! Adding a bit of garlic and salt helps to maintain cracker-like taste. These are a wonderful snack for children because they are inexpensive and packed with protein! They are also a great snack for moms on the go for exactly the same reason! No dips are needed to decorate! Simply pour these delightful snacks into a bag and munch!

41. Low-Carb Pizza Cracker

Low-Carb Pizza Cracker

Detailed recipe and credit – agirlworthsaving.net

This cracker is another example of how a low-carb diet does not necessarily mean that you have to give up the foods you love! This simple carb free crackers recipe uses only two ingredients! Dip in marinara sauce for some added pizza flavor! Or try some other pizza toppings baked into the crisp! Enjoy yourself without feeling guilty with this delicious treat!

42. Nut Thins

Nut Thins

Detailed recipe and credit – birgitkerr.blogspot.hu

This is another one of those low-carb crackers that allows you to get creative! This recipe calls for any mixture of nuts that you prefer. Experiment to come up with a mix that you love! Pine nuts, walnuts, pistachios, cashews, and almonds all offer some delicious health benefits! This high-energy snack goes well with dip or just as a stand-alone snack! Try with peanut butter for some extra nutty goodness!

43. Spinach and Sesame Crackers

Spinach and Sesame Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – elephantasticvegan.com

I’m sure you have figured out by now that a low-carb cracker recipe can be a great way to hide some nutritious foods that you or your family may not get enough of. This is another great example of this! Spinach is one of the most nutrient rich vegetables available. It has the power to cleanse the liver and rejuvenate the body! Sneak in some extra spinach along with some fiber in this delicious cracker!

44. Endurance Crackers

Endurance Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – 86lemons.com

Many of us lead an active lifestyle. Between regular workouts, jobs, and day-to-day activities, sometimes there is not much energy left at the end of the day. That is where this low-carb cracker recipe can benefit you the most! This cracker acts almost like a trail mix for the busy worker. However, where trail mix has a lot of carbs, this mixture is low-carb and delicious! Take them along for a snack that will pick you up during that sluggish time!

45. Keto Breadsticks

Keto Breadsticks

Detailed recipe and credit – ruled.me

You can’t have pizza without breadsticks! But now you can have breadsticks without all of the carbs! These delicious flavor sticks can be made in as many flavors as Pizza Hut! Try the recipe variations of cheese, Italian style, or cinnamon sugar! These also make a great snack to take along to the ball game where everyone else is eating their pretzels and nachos! Try with cheese dip for extra flavor!

46. Goldfish Crackers

Goldfish Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – mariamindbodyhealth.com

Goldfish crackers were a part of many of our childhoods. Unfortunately, we don’t have the metabolisms that we did back then. These low-carb crackers allow you to relive a portion of that childhood! With nothing more than cheddar cheese, almond flour, and sea salt, this recipe will bring back memories and excite taste buds!

47. Cheddar Jalapeno Crackers

Cheddar Jalapeno Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – alldayidreamaboutfood.com

Although this is not one of the carb-free cracker recipes, it is definitely a worthy mention. To add a bit of bite to a cracker, a pepper is the perfect go-to ingredient! Add in cheese and you get a cracker that is hard to turn down! This cracker is wonderful with any cream cheese based dip. Also try with cheddar or spicy cheddar dip to add fun to your diet!

48. Parmesan Cheddar Basil Bites

Parmesan Cheddar Basil Bites

Detailed recipe and credit – lifeloveliz.com

This versatile snack can be made either into low-carb crackers or to bites! With an extra hint of basil, this recipe is good to take to parties or pot-luck luncheons! Added half-and-half makes the bites a bit more flavorful! With wonderful texture and rich flavor, guests and family members will certainly beg you to make these again! Try serving with a hot beer cheese for an extra kick! Or add a hot spinach dip as another great dip!

49. Low-Carb Sesame Cracker

Low-Carb Sesame Cracker

Detailed recipe and credit – foodlikers.de

Sesame seeds are another great source of those “good” fats! Sometimes we need a cracker that is a little bit more wholesome. On those occasions, this is a wonderful option! In addition to nutritious, this cracker also has a nice crispy texture to make your mouth happy! Since the flavor is not super complex, this is a cracker that would go well with just about anything! Try with cheese, vegetables, or fruit to add more flavor!

50. Cheesy Flax and Chia Seed Cracker

Cheesy Flax and Chia Seed Cracker

Detailed recipe and credit – ibreatheimhungry.com

The key word for this cracker is fiber! It is hard to lose weight without fiber, and it is hard to get enough fiber without eating grains. Flax and Chia seeds are a wonderful way to get high sources of fiber without all of the unnecessary carbohydrates. And these crackers have twice as much fiber as a granola bar! Though flax seed and Chai seed are not great on their own, they are perfect baked into a cracker! Try eating on the go, share with guests, or have with a meal!

A low-carb lifestyle can lead to many health benefits. More nutrition, better awareness of the quality of food you eat, and weight loss are all perks of life with fewer carbs. Your body actually processes carbohydrates as sugar, so a decrease in carbs is similar in some ways to cutting out candy and sugary drinks. That has to be good for you, right?Additionally, you’ll find that your energy level increase exponentially!

For many, the experience can be frustrating at first. Having to give up favorite treats can be hard. However, replacements to food like crackers and breadsticks help you to maintain the confident lifestyle and body that you deserve! Give the low-carb lifestyle a try! You know what they say! Once you go low-carb, you’ll never go back!