Vegan Multi Seed Crackers


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These 100% seed crackers, adapted from taste, are gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, paleo and vegan. The recipe features a variety of seeds, and is full of fiber, omega-3 fatty acids and minerals. Enjoy them with avocado, hummus or cheese.

  • 180 g Sunflower seed kernels
  • 70 g Flaxseed
  • 70 g Red quinoa
  • 50 g Chia seeds
  • 1/2 tsp Garlic salt
  • 1/2 tsp Chilli salt
  • 1/2 tsp Dried thyme
  • 360 ml Warm water
    li>Place all the ingredients in a bowl. Set aside, stirring occasionally, for 20 minutes or until water has absorbed.
  1. Preheat the oven to 140C/280F fan-forced. Line 2 baking trays with non-stick baking paper.
  2. Press the seed mixture firmly, in a thin layer, onto each prepared tray, ensuring there are no gaps. Bake for 1 hour or until golden and crisp.
  3. Allow crackers to cool completely, then break into large pieces. Enjoy them with your favourite dips!

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77 comments:

faithy 23/2/17 04:54

Wow! Looks wholesome and healthy! Is it crunchy?

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tigerfish 23/2/17 05:34

Looks really easy to make! And who says snacks are unhealthy? :P
I was wondering - what binds the seeds together when water is absorbed? Chia seeds?

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Mindy Boyd 23/2/17 05:52

What a great idea. Looks yummy!

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Rosa 23/2/17 08:15

Great crackers! Surely very addictive. I love seeds...

Cheers,

Rosa

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Angie Schneider 23/2/17 09:41

@tigerfish

The water activates the chiaseeds and the flaxseeds which create kind of a gel and hold the cracker together.

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Angie Schneider 23/2/17 09:42

@faithy Very very crunchy! I am going to do another batch...maybe with pumpkin seeds or buckwheat this time..

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 23/2/17 12:31

Angie, these look amazing! Would not have occurred to me to make all-seed crackers! And your photos are exceptionally gorgeous.

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Barbara 23/2/17 13:08

Never have made all seed crackers...these look great, Angie!

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kitchen flavours 23/2/17 13:33

This looks crispy and yummy! I would love to munch on these!

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Tricia Buice 23/2/17 14:37

Oh wow - these look wonderful! I could eat these with everything and anything. I adore a good crunch and seeds - so thank you for this amazing recipe Angie!

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Nancy Chan 23/2/17 15:06

I love crunchy snacks! I can finish the whole batch.

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Jeff 23/2/17 15:35

You make the coolest stuff. Whenever I do cheese and crackers at a party, I'm always buying the most expensive crackers, because I want somthing interesting. I don't know why I've never made them myself. Thanks for inspiring me to change that.

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myinnerchick.com 23/2/17 16:09

WOW, what an amazing cracker.
Now, I just need something to dip them in!!!

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No Spoon Necessary 23/2/17 16:59

Omg, these crackers look AMAZING, Angie!!!! I love how thin and crunchy they look! Plus ALL THOSE SEEDS! YES! Is it acceptable to just eat crackers for dinner!? Because I totally just want the entire sheet pan of these! YUM! Cheers, friend!

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grace 23/2/17 18:06

what attractive crackers, and i'll bet they're some of the crunchiest ones ever made! :)

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Monica 23/2/17 18:54

That's amazing - these crackers with all these wonderful seeds actually sound so easy to make. Love a healthy crunchy snack.

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Pam 23/2/17 19:40

I love seed crackers. I bet these taste delicious.

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Sharmila- The Happie Friends Potpourri corner 23/2/17 19:47

Such a lovely and healthy cracker..Lovely Angie:)

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Susan 23/2/17 20:45

We are unique cracker people and these will fit the bill with some aged cheeses! I make a Scottish oat cracker that my hubby loves too. Thank you for sharing.

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Cheri Savory Spoon 23/2/17 23:01

These crackers are perfect with all those lovely seeds and bits, I would have them with smashed avocado for sure.

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krishna 24/2/17 01:16

it is looking very healthy...

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Deb|EastofEdenCooking 24/2/17 01:31

These toothsome crackers may be the best use of chia seeds I've seen!

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Merryn@merrynsmenu 24/2/17 10:36

Very nice Angie and so simple I will have to try them thanks for this inspiration:D

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Priya Santhamohan 24/2/17 15:16

Priya @asmallbite
Such a healthy and lovely share.So good Angie....

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Alida 24/2/17 15:48

Crackers made entirely of seeds!! This is a great healthy recipe. I am bookmarking it. Have a nice weekend.

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Rebecca Subbiah 24/2/17 17:19

these look good and so healthy

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Shashi at RunninSrilankan 24/2/17 17:47

Mmmm I so love grainy crackers like this - such a joy to eat! Happy Friday!

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Evi @ greenevi 24/2/17 20:01

Oh, these are the perfect crackers for hummus and guac! I love that you used red quinoa here :)

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Evelyne CulturEatz 24/2/17 20:17

What a great idea for making crackers, they would be great to serve guests as well with the cocktial hour!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 24/2/17 20:25

What a great idea for crackers and also a great snack. Thanks Angie!

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Balvinder Ubi 24/2/17 20:58

They look lovely with avocado dip!

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 24/2/17 21:32

Thanks for explaining what makes the seeds hold together…I was wondering about that. The crackers sound great.

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Gingi Freeman 24/2/17 22:56

WOW!!! Those look SO GOOD!!!! <3 - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Catherine 25/2/17 15:58

Dear Angie, My daughter and I would love these crackers. xoxo Catherine

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Debra Eliotseats 25/2/17 16:17

These would be sooooo good with sooooo many cheeses and dips.

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Pamela Palma 25/2/17 20:00

Beautiful! I want to make them right away, too bad it's Saturday, the shops are closed here in the afternoon, so I'll have to wait until monday to get the missing ingredients. Thanks for this great recipe Angie

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fimère .b 25/2/17 20:34

j'aime bien les biscuits aux graines le tien a l'air croquant bravo
bonne soirée

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Nammi 26/2/17 07:14

oh wow! I would eat these on its own!! no dips needed . perfect healthy treat when feeling hungry.

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Gloria Baker 26/2/17 16:38

Look amazing Angie!! Love them!!

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Sokehah Cheah 26/2/17 23:09

This must be very addictive, can't imagine the crunchiness!

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Evolve With Mary 27/2/17 00:00

I’ve always wanted to make my own multi-seed crackers, they are simple to make and always delicious. Plus multi-seed crackers are really good for you. Great pictures Angie.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 27/2/17 01:29

Delicious idea, Angie! I love the combination of the seeded crackers and avocado. Very nice :)

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Muna Kenny 27/2/17 01:54

What a crunchy delight! It looks so good Angie and I'm sure it is great with dips, yum :)

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Jeanette 27/2/17 12:48

I've never made homemade crackers - these look delicious Angie - love all the different seeds you used.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 27/2/17 15:30

I bet the texture and taste of these crackers are terrific!

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Sue/the view from great island 27/2/17 16:23

Oh Angie, I can't wait to try these, I have all the ingredients in my kitchen now, and lots and lots of cheese to pair with them!!

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Chris Scheuer 27/2/17 16:23

Wow, these look amazing Angie and I love that they're made of just seeds and spices!

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Królowa Karo 27/2/17 17:07

It looks very healthy and tasty!

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Hema 27/2/17 19:05

Healthy and delicious crackers, looks so crunchy..

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Ely 27/2/17 20:11

Ohhh sweetieeee!! <3 You're absolutely amazing!! <3 Really, you're and artist, your recipes are always tasty and soooo original!! Congratulations, my friend. I love these crackers... ^____^

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Liz Berg 27/2/17 23:22

Your seedy crackers look magnificent, Angie!!!

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noobcook 28/2/17 03:26

They look really healthy!

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Cook With Manali 28/2/17 09:38

I would love some with my chai! yum!

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Kelly - Life Made Sweeter 28/2/17 14:08

These crackers look amazing, Angie! I love crunchy snacks and could eat the entire batch :)

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 28/2/17 15:25

These remind me of crackers my mom and I used to make. Straight Flax and Seasonings. They were so good. TOO good... We would eat too much and get super bloated, hahahahahha! Oh well, they were amazing going down ;)

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Velva 1/3/17 01:13

Angie, your seed crackers would be a great addition to a more focused plant based diet. I have no doubt the dip in the photo is very healthy too. These crackers are probably really nice and crisp, perfect for cheese.

Velva

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Kitchen Riffs 1/3/17 02:39

Love making my own crackers! And these look terrific -- great flavor and texture. Brilliant recipe -- thanks.

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mjskit 1/3/17 04:00

I love making my own crackers but I have never made any like this, nor even seen a recipe like this. These look fabulous! However, I do have a question. Is the quinoa cooked or uncooked? I don't use it much so I'm not eve sure if eating it uncooked is normal.

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Christine Ho 1/3/17 06:31

My recent favourite snacks are something with seeds and nuts. These crackers are perfect for me and my family.

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Angie Schneider 1/3/17 06:31

@mjskitI used raw, but you can use buckwheat, amaranth or teff. They are equally great!

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Ivy 1/3/17 07:16

They look wonderful and are definitely very healthy. I was also wondering what binds them together but saw your reply when reading the comments.

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Pam 1/3/17 17:50

I love seed crackers! They look amazing.

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Juliana 1/3/17 18:53

I love homemade crackers...your loaded with healthy seeds looks fabulous Angie...
I hope you are having a nice week :)

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Vicki Bensinger 2/3/17 01:16

I thought I had commented about these but I guess not. I love this recipe and would love to try it. They sound so healthy and guilt free. Printing this off.

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Geraldine Saucier 2/3/17 15:59

I love these crackers. I buy similar ones at the store but now I can make my own. Thanks, Angie.

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 4/3/17 19:50

These sound great. I bet they would be delicious with some hummus!

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nadia 5/3/17 16:34

I would love to snack on these with some homemade hummus - yum! :D

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Sharon D 6/3/17 04:57

I have never seen crackers look this good! I bet these are so tasty that I'd be reaching out for more.

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Pola & Cleme 7/3/17 08:09

Looks great and delicious

Pola

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Choclette Blogger 7/3/17 15:18

Ooh, what a lovely idea. I'm going to try this.

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 9/3/17 16:09

What an amazing little cracker, Angie! How unique that they are made entirely of seeds. I bet they are so flavorful! :)

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 11/3/17 00:57

Gorgeous, I would be snacking on these all day!

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Helene Dsouza 13/3/17 06:49

Just the other day I saw crackers being sold here which where with sesame and homemade and I thought to myself that it would be nice to make your own with your favorite seeds etc. Thank you for the inspiration Angie! :)

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Pam 13/3/17 17:37

It looks and sounds like a great little cracker, Angie! And healthy is good too! Take care

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Ritu Ahuja 16/6/17 11:52

A great snack dear. Love these multi seed crackers. Healthy and yummy. :)

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