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  • Lora King

    low carb Cracker Time!

  • Donna Sawyer

    Flax crackers have almost as much fiber as they do carbs, so these have practically zero net carbs. 1 cup golden flax meal, 1 cup water, 1 1/2 TBLSP Seasoning. Microwave

  • Debbie Vick

    Flax seed Cracker Time! Flax crackers have almost as much fiber as they do carbs, so these have practically zero net carbs.

  • RaChel Perry

    Cracker Time! Flax crackers have almost as much fiber as they do carbs, so these have practically zero net carbs. Craving crackers?! Try these SUPER EASY flax seed crisps and I promise you'll be impressed! HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL NEED: *1 cup Flaxseed Meal (Golden has the best flavor) *1 cup Water *1 1/2 Tbs. seasoning (I use Popcorn seasoning - It's low carb and comes in a variety of flavors such as Ranch & Garlic Parmesan) *Parchment Paper ~*~*~*~ STEP 1:~*~*~*~ *Cut two round pieces of parchment paper to fit your microwave's plate (or dinner plate) ~ This way you can work on one batch while the other batch is being nuked! *Mix your flax seed, water and spices by hand (a fork works best) ~*~*~*~ STEP 2:~*~*~*~ *Using a teaspoon (or mellon-baller if handy), scoop batter onto the parchment paper to match the size of a small walnut. *Either with your fingers or the back of a spoon, spread the batter blobs (hehe) into flat, thin, pancake like circles (... or heck, try a square!). !IMPORTANT! Spread the batter so that the cracker will be thin and as consistent as possible! The thinner, the crispier folks! ~*~*~*~ STEP 3:~*~*~*~ *Place parchment paper in the microwave and cook for 3 minutes; continue to cook in 1 minute intervals until crackers are crisp. My microwave takes about 5 minutes total, but always break up the cooking time in 1 minute increments. (Test by tapping a fingernail on each cracker - there should be no "soft spots.") *Dark speckling will occur if the crackers have been burnt (for shame!). Believe, me - these get super BITTER when even slightly burnt. ENJOY! * Try them with dips, spreads, cheese slices or make a few bigger crackers for mini pizzas! *Since these are mainly fiber, the carb count is virtually a big whoppin' ZERO, however be sure to get in PLENTY of water as too much flax can make for an unhappy GI system. ;) You've been warned! 1 cup of flaxseed = appx. 25 crackers! *This is a tasty twist to Cleochatra's original recipe here! @lliphx at 3:44 PM 6 comments: KathleneApril 13, 2010 at 8:48 AM I always miss crunch and these are satisfyingly crispy and delish spread with a little cream cheese in your choice of flavor. The popcorn seasoning is one of those surprising and wonderful discoveries for locarb cooking. Reply Monkey Pandas and Other ThingsJanuary 9, 2012 at 6:13 AM Oh yes please!! I too miss crunch, and cream cheese on celery just isn't the same! Am off to try these... Reply Jessie KNovember 23, 2013 at 4:04 PM Ohmy, these sound awesome! I just bought some low carb flaxseed crackers (Flackers haha) at the natural food market the other day and they were quite expensive. I'll be getting some flaxseed tomorrow to make these! I have the popcorn seasoning already. I use them to flavor porkrinds :) Reply jjflamingoFebruary 18, 2014 at 2:41 AM I wanted to share a recipe for jalapeno popper dip with you that I think would be delicious on these. I have not tried it yet, but just pinned it. You could leave out the bread crumbs in the topping, or substitute something else for them. Otherwise, it is low carb, and looks awesome. Reply Lori bApril 8, 2014 at 6:02 PM thank you was skeptical i have ruined a lot of ingredients over last couple months of this new life style choice. so i decided to half i actually under seasoned however but was going to use with brie cheese. an i only had garlic an parsley seasoning will look for popcorn seasoning next time at the store. but thank you for the great recipe. truly a keeper

  • Susan Ulrich

    eggs.meat.repeat.: STOP! Cracker Time! Low carb flax crackers

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