Rustic Grain-Free Crunchy Almond Sesame Crackers #SundaySupper

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Totally Grain Free sesame crackers made with almond flour sea salt and coconut sugar!  I love sesame crackers and these grain free crackers are delish! My #Sunday Supper team is doing a “free food” theme hosted by Bea from “The Not So Cheesy kitchen” featuring Gluten Free, Dairy free, and Nut Free … whatever free recipes this week. I love this theme!! There are so many people who cannot tolerate certain foods or who choose not to eat certain foods and who better than the Sunday Supper team to create some fabulous recipes for them! I myself cut gluten out of my diet a few months back and I see a difference in the way I feel. Lately I have been trying to go grain free and one of the things I miss are crackers. So I decided to make sesame crackers with almond flour. I’ve made sesame crackers before and I swapped the flour for almond flour. It came out so good! Crunchy sesame crackers bursting with flavor! I used a combo of black and white sesame seeds and had so much seed in them my crackers were bursting with sesame flavor. I topped some with nut butter and  homemade blackberry jam  and they were delish! These crackers are gluten free, dairy free, vegan, paleo and grain free and super yummy! Just goes to prove that free stuff can be all good ;)! I am making a bigger batch of these crackers soon!

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Just a note : Don’t be too crazy about getting perfect squares. It’s not very easy with all the good stuff in it , but you get yummy imperfect shaped crackers which I like to call rustic !

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Nutrition Wise!

Almonds are bursting with good heart healthy vitamin E, Mono-unsaturated fat, healthy fiber and antioxidants. Sesame seeds add a burst of iron in addition to all the properties listed for almonds. Put these two together and you have a super healthy sesame cracker that is yummy to boot!

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Grain Free Sesame Crackers

Serves 6-8
Dietary Diabetic, Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Meal type Appetizer, Bread, Snack
Misc Child Friendly

Ingredients

  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 1/4 cup white sesame seeds
  • 1/4 cup black sesame seeds
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 2 tbs coconut sugar (or brown sugar)
  • 4 tbs water
  • 1 tsp garlic powder (optional)

Note

make your own almond flour by blending almonds to a dry flour

Directions

Dissolve the sugar in the water and stir well
Combine almond flour, sesame seeds, and sea salt. Stir in sugar water and form a dough. Work with it using firm strokes to make it pliable and soft.
Form dough into mound. Roll dough into 1/2 inch thickness sheet. Cut out squares using a pizza cutter or a sharp knife
Heat oven to 300 Degree F. Bake crackers for 30- 40 minutes or until brown. Let crackers cool on a wire cooling rack.

Check out what the rest of my #SundaySupper team have cooked up for the ” free” theme !!

Breakfast

  • Dairy, Egg, Gluten, Nut & Soy Free Brown Rice Breakfast Pudding by girlichef
  • Dairy & Nut and Sugar Free Blueberry Tangerine Muffins by Vintage Kitchen
  • Dairy, Egg, Gluten, Nut, and Soy Free Homemade Mango Jam Recipe by Masala Herb

Main Courses

Sides
Breads

Treats

Drinks

Be sure to come back on Sunday for all the amazing “Free For All” recipes! We would love to have you join our Twitter #SundaySupper chat party starting at 7:00 pm EST. Follow the #SundaySupper hashtag throughout the day to see the amazing recipes. We look forward to see you :) to join all you need to do is follow the #SundaySupper hashtag and please do not forget to include the hashtag in your tweets as well. Be sure to check out our #SundaySupper Pinterest board for more delicious recipes and photos.

Comments

  1. These look just amazing and delicious!!! I will have to give them a try soon. Thank you so much for sharing!
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  2. Oh wow Sue! These are some crackers I could eat every day. I love the way they are rustic too. I always believe it’s better than “perfect” because it lets people know it is homemade.
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  3. Save them all for me please! Isn´t this a fantastic recipe Suni? I´m pinning it now!
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  4. These are absolutely gorgeous! And I don’t need perfect squares when I can have these slathered in something yummy!
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  5. Since we went gluten free almost 2 years ago, I haven’t tried to make crackers. These look really tasty and might have to break me in!
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  6. Love this! I’ve never made my own crackers before but what a great place to start. Sounds like the perfect snack!

  7. This looks really tasty and healthy. My kids will surely love to have a good bit of this.
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  8. I love making homemade crackers and I love that you used almond flour! I have to give this recipe a try!
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  9. Love the idea of grain free crackers and sesame seeds must add so much flavor to these!Yum!!Never tried coconut sugar though and need to look out for it :)
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  10. These crackers look delicious! I love sesame crackers, and these I could eat for days! I’ve never tried making my own crackers, but these are some positive encouragement to try!
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  11. Boy, these look so crunchy and delicious! Who’d miss the grains??? Not me!
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  12. Looks delicious, thanks for sharing. Will have to try these soon.
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  13. I have been dying to try my hand at crackers and these look like the place to start!

  14. Sue, I’ve always wanted to make my own crackers and I love that these are gluten free. They’re wonderfully rustic and look super crunchy. Did you just change your site design (or am I incredibly unobservant)? I love it – it looks fabulous!
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  15. They look absolutely beautiful! I need to make them asap!
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  16. I’m always on the look out for a good cracker recipe. These look fantastic!

  17. I have been looking for a simple cracker that I can offer my customers who are grain-free to try my salsa’s and sauces and this looks perfect.
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  18. These crackers are super cool! I bet the flavor is so amazing. Better than the bland crackers from the store.
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  19. I love experimenting with homemade crackers! Awesome, Sue!
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  20. Is that jam? what kind of jam that match for this almond sesame crakers?
    It’ll be a healthy recipe for my snack, I hope it can last for some days :)

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  23. Hey Sue
    They look delish and super easy..will be baking soon. Just a question…baking 30 to 40 minutes isn’t that too long…i ve seen the nut flours tend to burn if baked to long…

    • You could bake it less and try it out. I found it to be too soft when I did less than 30. But less baking time is better, so if it works for you, let me know. Maybe turn up the temperature a bit to lessen bake time. Thanks for stopping by!

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