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Old Mon, May-06-19, 02:33
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Default rosemary thyme crackers [ almond flour ]

I've been making this a lot lately lol. Recipe pic is from the (walmart) Great Value Almond Flour package. I modified it a little:

Added around 4 teaspoons of raw organic chia seeds. I get mine from

I also cook this for 22-23 minutes at 350F (vice the recipe's 12-15), the bottom shelf comes out first, since it browns faster - then the top comes out a minute or 2 or 3 later (on top of the 22-23). I tried really thin, and have settled on a tad thicker as this is what I prefer.

I do two cookie sheets and mix with two bowls with this 2 cup almond flour recipe. Each bowl gets one cup almond flour and all dry ingredients - which I mix thoroughly with a tablespoon before I add the egg & olive oil. Each egg with olive oil in it's own bowl, gets beat with a fork and added to the dry ingredients and mixed with a tablespoon. Mixing with the spoon is easy.

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Old Sat, Oct-05-19, 11:15
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omg, these look perfect. I miss the crunch of crackers. Been known to nosh entire box of triscuts. These should appease the desire for crunchy.
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Old Sat, Oct-05-19, 22:46
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Very interesting savory mix and very doable, even for me who doesn't like complicated receipts.
I wonder what it would be like with poppy seeds?
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