Homemade crackers are where it’s at and these are the easiest to make. The great thing about these is that they’re made with almond pulp. You know the leftover almonds if you’ve ever made your own almond milk? If you’ve never known what to do with it, this is a great recipe to ensure you use the entirety of your almonds and nothing goes to waste! These are nutritious and filling and you can add what you like to them. In this case, I’ve used fresh rosemary, lemon, and sea salt.
3/4 cup almond pulp (leftover from making your almond milk)
1 tbsp ground flaxseed
1 tbsp coconut oil (melted) or extra virgin olive oil
2 tsp fresh rosemary, finely chopped
1/2 tsp sea salt
ground black pepper
Optional: Lemon zest & juice (you don’t need a lot, I use a little to bring all the flavours together)
1. Preheat your oven to 350°. Add all ingredients to a large bowl and mix well until everything is fully combined.
2. Take two pieces of parchment paper and flatten your cracker dough between them. Roll this out until they’re about 1/2 cm in thickness.
3. Remove the top piece of parchment paper and add the other piece with the dough mixture to a flat baking sheet. Using a pizza cutter or knife, cut the crackers about 1 inch in width. (These don’t have to be perfect, sometimes I just bake the dough as it is and then break it into random pieces when it has cooled)
4. Bake these for about 10 minutes before pulling them apart from each other, flipping them, and allowing them to bake for another 5-10 minutes until golden on the edges. Allow these to cool and enjoy with hummus, guacamole, or on their own!
These keep stored in an airtight container for about a week but mine are usually gone before then! Feel free to play with flavour combinations- add herbs and seasoning you like best. Also please note the amount of almond pulp used in this recipe is from making one batch of my homemade almond milk. If you make the double batch of almond milk you’ll end up with about 1 1/2 cups almond pulp so adjust the other ingredients slightly. These are all approximate measurements but they’re really easy to make and will turn out great whatever you add to them! If you’re wanting some other ideas for leftover almond pulp add it to homemade granola, porridge, baked goods, and even in curries in place of cream.