Delicious, Crunchy, Tasty Grain Free Crackers

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Chips and crackers are my weakness. I like to have crackers when I eat salads or soups because it’s hard for me to eat  those plain because of the texture. I have yet to find store-bought chips or crackers that I don’t feel guilty about eating. I make a big batch of these crackers about every two weeks and I am way less likely to buy a box of crackers or bag of chips if I know I have these in the pantry instead. Check out the recipe more pictures below!


Grain Free Crackers


  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 3/4 cup pumpkin seed flour
  • 4 tablespoons water
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper.


  1. Mix by hand, don't use a mixer
  2. Sprinkle (not dump) salt and pepper so it's easier to disperse
  3. Roll out very thin
  4. Bake on 325 for 15 to 25 minutes, depending on thickness of the cracker
  5. Watch it very closely, almond flour burns easily


Double or triple this recipe.  These crackers freeze great and they go very quickly!!


For more grain free and gluten free recipes check out my baking cookbook for mamas who don’t know how to bake!



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  1. crystal warmoth says:

    I’d love to make these today, but don’t have pumpkin seed flour – could I sub coconut flour or ground flax seed?

  2. Is this the same recipe you used for those crackers you let me try at school a while back? Because those were delicious!! Can’t wait to make these myself!

  3. Do you think these could be adapted to lactation crackers?
    I’m thinking of adding brewers yeast, flax meal and fenugreek. Do you think it would help?

  4. I see you used a baking stone. Is there a way to get gluten from a stone or do I need to get a new baking stone?

  5. Hi There!
    Thanks for the recipe. Would it work to grind pumpkin seeds in the blender if I don’t have the flour that you listed?

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