Almond Flour Crackers (3 Ways!)

One of the things I miss most about the medical diet that I’m on is the crunch of a crisp (potato chip).  Sometimes a carrot stick really wont cut it and when everyone has the crisps and dip out it can be tough not to join in!  No longer!  Bring on the Guacamole!  These Almond Flour Crackers are crisp, crunchy and perfect for dipping or for topping with your favourite cheeses or meats, patés or spreads.  And the best part is, you can flavour them with any herbs or spices that you want to mix the recipe up every so often.Almond Flour Crackers - 3 ways by Emma Eats & Explores - Grainfree, Glutenfree, Dairyfree, Sugarfree, Paleo, SCD, Vegan, Vegetarian, Whole30, Low Carb, LCHF

Below, I made these Almond Flour Crackers with salt and pepper, sesame and poppy seeds and rosemary and sea salt but there are unlimited flavour combinations you could use!

How to make Almond Flour Crackers

Start by preheating your oven to 180C (350F).  In a mixing bowl, mix together all the ingredients, the egg, olive oil and almond flour (ground almonds) and season with plenty of salt and pepper.Almond Flour Crackers - 3 ways by Emma Eats & Explores - Grainfree, Glutenfree, Dairyfree, Sugarfree, Paleo, SCD, Vegan, Vegetarian, Whole30, Low Carb, LCHF

Keep mixing until the dough starts to clump together and then use your hands to form it into a ball.  Roll out between two sheets of parchment paper so that it is a couple of millimetres thick.

This is when you get to be creative!  Sprinkle over your desired toppings and press down lightly to help them stick.

With a sharp knife, score lines into the dough to allow you to break the crackers into the required size once they are baked.  About 2×2 inches is a great size for a cracker but it depends on what you want to use them for.  If you’re using them to make canapés you probably want a smaller, more bite-sized version.

Transfer the crackers and the bottom sheet of parchment paper onto a baking sheet.  Bake in the oven for 10 – 15 minutes, checking regularly.  Once the crackers have turned golden brown remove them from the oven and allow them to cool.  They can burn easily so make sure you keep an eye on them.Almond Flour Crackers - 3 ways by Emma Eats & Explores - Grainfree, Glutenfree, Dairyfree, Sugarfree, Paleo, SCD, Vegan, Vegetarian, Whole30, Low Carb, LCHF

Break the Almond Flour Crackers into individual squares and serve with a dip or some cheese or anyway you like.  I like to them dipped into some really good quality olive oil or served with my Mango Salsa or Guacamole.  Top them with tapenade for a fancy appetiser or some brie and caramelised onions.  They will keep for up to 10 days in an airtight container and they keep their crunch for a few days which is great.  If you find they go a bit soft and you want to crisp them you can always dry them out for another couple of minutes in the oven again.

With so many flavour combinations to try I’m spoilt for choice.  I’m thinking of adding chilli flakes to some next or maybe even a sweet version without the salt and pepper but with some cinnamon.  I can just imagine it topped with peanut butter and sliced banana – delicious.  Let me know what flavour combinations you’d love to see these Almond Flour Crackers made with next!

Edit:  I made a Parmesan Version and they were absolutely delicious.Almond Flour Crackers - 3 ways by Emma Eats & Explores - Grainfree, Glutenfree, Dairyfree, Sugarfree, Paleo, SCD, Vegan, Vegetarian, Whole30, Low Carb, LCHF

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Almond Flour Crackers - 3 ways by Emma Eats & Explores - Grainfree, Glutenfree, Dairyfree, Sugarfree, Paleo, SCD, Vegan, Vegetarian, Whole30, Low Carb, LCHF
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
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Almond Flour Crackers - 3 ways by Emma Eats & Explores - Grainfree, Glutenfree, Dairyfree, Sugarfree, Paleo, SCD, Vegan, Vegetarian, Whole30, Low Carb, LCHF
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  1. Preheat oven to 180C (350F).
  2. Add all the ingredients, the egg, olive oil and almond flour (ground almonds) to a mixing bowl and season with plenty of salt and pepper.
  3. Mix until the dough starts to clump together.
  4. Form into a ball and roll out between two sheets of parchment paper to a couple of millimetres thick.
  5. Sprinkle over your desired toppings and press down lightly to help them stick.
  6. Score lines into the dough to allow you to break the crackers into the required size once they are baked. (about 2x2 inches is good but it depends on what you want to use them for)
  7. Bake in the oven for 10 - 15 minutes checking regularly. They can burn easily so make sure you keep an eye on them. Once the crackers have turned golden brown remove them from the oven and allow them to cool.
  8. Break them into individual squares and serve with a dip or some cheese or anyway you like.
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Allergy & Dietary Information for Almond Flour Crackers

These Almond Flour Crackers recipes are Grain-Free, Gluten-Free, Refined-Sugar Free & Dairy-Free.  They’re also suitable for Paleo, SCD (Specific Carbohydrate Diet) Low Carb & Vegetarian Diets.

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  1. I pretty much stick to crackers instead of chips myself. I never thought to make my own! I will have to give this a go. I try to stick to buying healthier types when getting groceries, but I love the idea of choosing the herbs and seasoning I prefer while saving money. Thanks!

  2. Oh these look absolute yum! I really shouldn’t be looking at your blog at this time of night though because I’m now starving! haha Thanks for sharing! x

  3. This is perfect! My daughter cannot have gluten, so we don’t bring gluten into the house. I can think of so many different variations we can do with this recipe as well- very versatile. Love it!

    • It really is – I’m making a Parmesan version at the moment as i love cheese crackers! So much safer when you make things yourself and know exactly what goes into them!

  4. wow, your almond flour crackers look like a winner. I would want to try them as they appeared be really inviting. I will surely be watching more posts from you to see more of your recipes 🙂

  5. Anything you make from scratch is often healthier and of course tastier. I wish i had your discipline. Carrot sticks sound like my idea of a nightmare lol! These look so yum and i really should try for a healthy snack x

  6. I’m going to make these ad they sound amazing.

    Tempted to try adding a bit of Parmesan and chilli flakes.

  7. These crackers look awesome! I’ll have to pickup some almond flour on my next grocery trip so I can make these. I’m always on the lookout for paleo carb options.

  8. Omg what a wonderful recipe for crackers! I love how simple the recipe is to follow. I’m going to be trying this one soon! Thanks!!

  9. These crackers sure sound amazing! I love that you can do different variations depending on your taste. I think these would definitely go well with different kinds of dip. I would like to try it with hummus.

  10. I make several different kinds of crackers using all different types of flours. Adding different herbs, nuts etc always makes them better.

  11. love love love these, I’m gonna have to make them, love that you gave three ways. awesome that they are gluten free, they should be perfect for hummus.

  12. This looks great, I would love to give all these a try at home! We’re egg-free due to a sensitivity. Do you think flax eggs or another egg substitute would work? Thanks for sharing!

    • I’m not too familiar with either of those ingredients. The gg is just to bind it all together so if that is what flax eggs or egg substitute do then it should work. Let me know if you give it a go!

  13. I suffer from celiac disease and this recipe is so simple, I just might make crackers for myself from now on. Less ingredients and made by me so I know exactly what’s in it.

    • They’re almost as easy as buying some but you’re right – you know exactly what goes into them when you make them yourself – no chance of getting sick!

  14. These crackers look so good! I love that it’s so easy to customize the recipe, too. I really want to make my own crackers more often.

  15. Love this recipes. Been looking for some snack for my daughter that is gluten and dairy free. It seems easy to make as well. Thank you so much for sharing, I have pinned it for my recipe board.

  16. yum! pinning this for future reference. I don’t like store bought crackers, even gluten free, because of trans fats. these look awesome and pretty easy too!

  17. These look delicious! I’ve been getting into using more almond-based ingredients lately so this is perfect to add to my repertoire 🙂

  18. Always been a lover of crackers, sounds like a delicious recipe. Plus you provided 3 lovely ways awesome 😀

  19. Another home run of a recipe! These I’m going to make this weekend to snack on during the week. I think I might add some hemp seeds to the top!

  20. this seems to be very healthy as well, i love almond flour and it will give these crackers a nice munchy nuttiness, thanks for the recipe

  21. I love the crispy snacks too. Almond flour crackers with salsa, cheese and wine is a perfect pairing for me. I also love that it can be kept for 10 days and you can bake it again in case its go soft.

  22. OMG that’s so funny, when I’m craving food, I crave the crunch of the food rather than the actual food. These crackers sound interesting, I’ve never heard of almond crackers and they seem like they would taste good as well!

  23. You make this look way to easy! I’m going to have to follow very closely on April 3rd this is when I’m going to detox my body from sugar and processed foods. These crackers looks yummy!

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