Rolled Spelt Flakes Cheddar Crackers



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These crackers are unique rolled spelt crackers with cheesy and nutty flavours. They go well with a yogurt dip and delicious with soups too. Rolled spelt can be replaced with old-fashioned rolled oats.

Rolled Spelt Flakes Cheddar Crackers

adapted from Food and Wine
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  • 45 g Rolled spelt flakes
  • 60 ml Milk
  • 90 g Refined spelt flour
  • 1/4 tsp Baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 100 g Cheddar, shredded
  • 30 g Cold butter, cut into small pieces
  • 1 Large egg, lightly beaten
  • 1 Egg yolk
  • 1 tbsp Milk
  1. Combine rolled spelt flakes and milk in a bowl. Let stand 5 minutes until rolled spelt flakes soften slightly.
  2. Whisk together refined spelt flour, baking powder and salt until blended. With your fingers, rub in cheese and cold butter until it resembles fine breadcrumbs
  3. Add the egg into the softened spelt flakes, then add into the cheese mixture. Mix until a dough forms. Scrape the dough onto a large sheet of plastic film and gently knead a few times until thoroughly blended. Pat into a round and wrap it up. Chill until firm, about 1 hour.
  4. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper. Work with half of dough at a time. On a lightly floured work surface, cover the dough with a plastic film. Roll out to 1/8-inch / 3 mm thick. Quickly cut the dough into 1 1/2-inch squares or stamp out different shapes. Place them on the prepared baking sheets. Chill until the rounds are firm, about 20 minutes.
  5. Preheat the oven to 190C/375F. Whisk the egg yolk and milk together. Lightly brush the crackers with the egg wash. Bake for about 15 minutes until the crackers are golden brown.

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86 comments:

Monet 9/8/12 06:19

What a lovely and unique cracker recipe! I would love to have this for lunch tomorrow, along with a thick wedge of cheese. Thank you for sharing! Now off to dream delicious dreams!

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 9/8/12 06:33
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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 9/8/12 06:34

Cool, I am about to post a cracker recipe on my blog as well! These look awesome :-)

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simple baking 9/8/12 06:44

Bookmarked this one! The crackers look great.

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Munatycooking 9/8/12 07:13

Lovely crackers! Will try them with mushroom cream soup. Thanks for sharing dear :)

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rita cooks italian 9/8/12 07:18

I like these healthy crackers, rolled oats are more likely to be found in my kitchen cupboard than rolled flakes spelt...I love the idea of serving it with a dip... a ripe cheese is good too!!!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 9/8/12 07:34

So tempting! Those pretty crackers must be addictive.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Guru Uru 9/8/12 07:47

These crackers are so flavoursome :D
I'm sure with soup they would be unbeatable!

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Baker Street 9/8/12 07:58

Love homemade crackers! Especially ones that have cheese. Great use of spelt flakes! Great recipe! :)

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Cass @foodmyfriend 9/8/12 08:26

Yum Angie! These look right up my alley. I recently became in touch with my love of savoury biscuits.

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Tina 9/8/12 09:49

Fabulous clicks.....crackers looks tempting.

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tania@mykitchenstories.com.au 9/8/12 10:23

Oh so delicious Angie. I just flicked from Karen Martini who mak=de Oat biscuits... but yours look better

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thecompletecookbook 9/8/12 10:33

What an incredible recipe Angie - just fabulous.
:-) Mandy

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My Little Space 9/8/12 11:01

Angie, these crackers sound really tempting....especially the crunchiness.
Hope you're having a fabulous day.
Kristy

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Cheah 9/8/12 11:02

Mmm.... these are healthy crackers and as always, just can't take my eyes off your clicks!

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Priya 9/8/12 11:29

Feel like munching some, addictive crackers..

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 9/8/12 11:52

They would also go very well with an aperitif. My guests would swoon.
Sam

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Abhilash Pillai 9/8/12 11:57

Good cracker recipe Angie. Don't ask me what a cracker tastes like! I never had one before.

The preparation is indeed interesting. Thanks for sharing it.

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Joanne 9/8/12 13:01

I bet these crackers are super addictive!

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Belinda @zomppa 9/8/12 13:52

I love all the creative things you do with spelt!! You need a line of products....

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Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook 9/8/12 13:54

You come up with such creative recipes. Alongside something would be nice but I could see I'd need to make a lot of these, they look amazng!

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Ridwan's kitchen/Asian spice mix 9/8/12 14:12

You had a lot of amazing recipe with spelt ingredients,just like this one looks crunchy-lycious :)

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Jenn 9/8/12 14:33

Those look so crunchy and delicious... I bet they would go good with so many things..... yum!!!

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Kat 9/8/12 14:45

I've never made homemade crackers, I love these. They look so warm and delicious and sound perfect for hors d'oeuvres.

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Kristy @ the wicked noodle 9/8/12 14:53

What a fun & delicious recipe! They look so good with that yogurt sauce. I love it when something so tasty can be healthy, too.

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Toni @ Boulder Locavore 9/8/12 15:25

These look delicious Angie! I love the idea of a cracker with some rustic texture too rather than perfectly flat. May I ask why you've chosen Spelt? A question completely out of personal curiousity. I noted most of your recent recipes use Spelt, and I wondered if you had a certain reason for that over other grain flours. Maybe since I'm gluten free I'm always interested in people's choice of grains! Another beautiful recipe from you!

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Emma @ Food, Fork and Good 9/8/12 15:35

Beautiful presentation, these look gorgeous, crumbly & moreish!!!

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anne 9/8/12 15:51

Such a delicious crackers , Angie ! Cheese makes everything - in my opinion :D - yummy !

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wok with ray 9/8/12 16:27

What a simple and delicious pieces of crackers you got there. Have a wonderful weekend ahead, Angie. :)

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kitchen flavours 9/8/12 16:47

Wow, this is simply delightful! I have not seen rolled spelt flakes before, now I got to keep a lookout for them!

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Kumi 9/8/12 16:56

These wouldn't last long in our household. Thanks for sharing another great recipe!

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Erica 9/8/12 17:29

Those crackers look crispy a delicious,Angie!

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Valerie 9/8/12 17:29

I think I could snack on these cookies forever! Gorgeous photos!

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Pam 9/8/12 17:56

Great presentation. They look and sound delicious.

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kitcheninspirations 9/8/12 18:10

These look very tasty Angie. I love how thin they are and I bet they are lovely and crispy with the baked cheese. I'll have to give these a try as we are huge cheesy cracker lovers in our family.

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Susan 9/8/12 19:06

Angie, what a great recipe and a wonderful addition for the upcoming holiday season of entertaining. I love that you create with the unusual grains. XOXO

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Tricia 9/8/12 19:12

They look like cookies! I am so interested in the flavor - no matter what, I bet they are great. Very nice.

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The Squishy Monster 9/8/12 19:34

YUM! These look crispy and delicious!!

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Jenn Kendall 9/8/12 20:55

those crackers look soooo crispy! yum!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 9/8/12 21:57

I've made cheddar crackers before but the rolled spelt in these takes them a step above! Another healthy and wonderful recipe, Angie.

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teresa 9/8/12 22:05

homemade crackers are SO much better than store bought. i love all of the grains in this one, delicious!

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Gloria 9/8/12 23:04

Look absoluyely nice Angie:))

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 9/8/12 23:12

Wow! This is my kinda of addictive treat! Can't get enough of these! Awesome! :)

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Curts Delectables 9/8/12 23:37

Wow if I ever try to get this creative this would be for me I love cheese crackers spread with peanut butter sound crazy but I would love these!

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Asmita 10/8/12 00:17

Wow,
These home made crackers look superb!

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen Notes 10/8/12 00:23

I think they will go well with your delectable shallot dip... Love how crispy they look, almost as if they were fried! Can whole wheat flour replace spelt?

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Debra Eliotseats 10/8/12 00:29

These look quite tasty indeed!

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SkinnySimpleRecipes 10/8/12 01:07

Home made crackers is just a great idea!!looks so crispy.
I should try...I will try!!Meriem

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Tiffany 10/8/12 01:22

Absolutely stunning! I am addicted to spelt these days! I love the nuttiness...

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beti 10/8/12 01:36

I love how crispy and delicious they look

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wenn 10/8/12 04:47

simply crispy and yummy!

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mjskit 10/8/12 05:35

I don't think these crackers would last long enough for me to make a dip! B and I would start eating them not stop until they were gone! What a great cheesy cracker!!!

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Alida 10/8/12 09:52

these are lovely and you are presenting all your creations in a professional way. Well done to you!

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Nammi 10/8/12 13:55

looks great for a snack, although we dont find spelt here :)

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Laurie Dominguez 10/8/12 16:58

I repinned this recipe on Pintrest - I can't wait to try to make these. Ive never made crackers before or really worked with spelt flour/flakes.

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Barbara 10/8/12 17:38

I'd love these with a dip, Angie. I think homemade crackers are fabulous.

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Bety 10/8/12 18:19

What an incredible recipe -so crunchy and delicious!

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Pola M 10/8/12 20:55

They look incredible! Would love to try them!

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Roxana | Roxana's Home Baking 10/8/12 21:21

What a great snack idea! i love cheese crackers!

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Cucina49 10/8/12 22:43

I love a good homemade cracker. The nutty flavor to these sounds particularly appealing.

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Faith 11/8/12 00:59

These look amazing, Angie, and so healthy! I love the texture they have!

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Veronica's Kitchen 11/8/12 02:59

Hi Angies, I have never tried spelt flour before but I heard that it is easier to digest than wheat. I'd would love to try this savoury cookies. :)

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Amelia 11/8/12 04:33

Hi Angie, this crackers look excellent. But don't think I can find spelt flour in Malaysia, have to go across Singapore to find. Anyway I'm in South, so S'pore is just across the bridge only.LOL

Have a nice weekend.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 11/8/12 14:02

I have yet to make homemade crackers, but really need to. I recently bought my first bag of spelt flour and an looking forward to using it!

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Fimère 11/8/12 14:06

ils sont bons à croquer, j'adore
bonne journée

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Soni 11/8/12 14:42

Love the use of spelt flour in so many different ways in your blog recently :)Great texture in these and they look delicious!!

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Jean | Delightful Repast 11/8/12 16:04

Angie, think I'll make them square - see if I can't convert some people I know who are addicted to the little bright orange cheese crackers that glow in the dark!

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Rosita Vargas 11/8/12 16:13

Lindas y crocantes me encantan,hugs,hugs.

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Suzi 11/8/12 17:49

I've never made homemade crackers but now is a good time to start. Lovely recipe and delicious photos.

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Lisa 11/8/12 18:32

These crackers look uber crisp and delicious! The spelt flakes are something I've never seen, but I'll be sure to look out for them! I'd love to tyry these crackers!

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Parsley Sage 11/8/12 19:28

I bet these are fantabulous with tomato soup! Lovely :)

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Jeannie Tay 11/8/12 19:41

You bake the most interesting crackers, looks so crispy and bet they are delicious!

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Angie's Recipes 11/8/12 20:50

@Toni @ Boulder Locavore
Toni, spelt is the grain I can easily find over here and it's delicious. I have no problem with wheat, but spelt is easier to digest.

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LoLy 11/8/12 21:07

WOW, wanna have some with my soup :D

XoXo
http://abudhabifood.blogspot.com

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 12/8/12 02:26

These look so delicious and perfectly crispy!

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Elisabeth 12/8/12 15:38

So you actually do adapt recipes from American sources...such as Food and Wine which I love so much. I have their books for the last 10yrs series!

Of course, the adaptation had to come with the famous 'spelt' flour that you are so famous with. I could just see a cookbook from you on SPELT flour recipes. Beautiful, crunchy, yummy crackers with the cheddar cheese, and the egg wash on the top...brilliant:)

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lena 12/8/12 17:16

it's already so tempting when you say cheesy flavours, i think i will love these!!

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Balvinder Ubi 14/8/12 02:36

I see that you you use spelt flour a lot. They look quite appealing and tasty with cheese flavor.

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Kathy 15/8/12 20:32

I have never baked with spelt…I think it’s time to change that! These look delicious!

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Sawsan@ chef in disguise 15/8/12 20:51

Beautiful pictures Angie
I love crackers and these sound like amazing ones

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Lora 16/8/12 03:49

Another great dinkel recipe. Loving i!

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Terra 17/8/12 04:56

Look at those cute crackers, I love them!!!! I want one right now, and dip in yogurt....don't mind if I do! :-) Hugs, Terra

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Koko 17/8/12 17:59

These look fab! I've never used spelt flakes before!

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The Duo Dishes 23/8/12 00:50

It's so great that you introduce us to so many spelt recipes. We've still never used it, but we should give it a try.

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