If you want to enjoy healthy snacks and avoid GMOs, harmful chemicals, and artificial flavors, then the following recipe is what you really need. These gluten-free crackers are not only tastier than the store-bought varieties, but they will also allow you to experience the health benefits of almond flour.
Give this recipe a try and you won’t buy crackers at the supermarket ever again!
What you’ll need
Almond flour and cheese are the only ingredients you need for these Homemade Gluten Free Goldfish Crackers. As strange as it seems, combining these two ingredients creates healthy yet delicious crackers. The texture, the smell of the crackers, and their “cheesy” yummy taste is something that cannot be described. You simply must try them. Adults are recommended to enjoy these crackers with a glass of red wine.
This recipe is all about simplicity and super healthy ingredients, and it takes less than 30 minutes to make it. In addition to Almond Meal Flour and a high-quality cheese (parmesan or Gouda are great options), you will also need a fish cookie cutter (you can also use other cookie cutters), parchment baking paper, and a food processor (or blender).
These Homemade Crackers are easy to make, which allows you to make double the recipe and freeze for later.
DIY Homemade Gluten Free Goldfish Crackers
- 1 cup almond flour
- 1 cup grated hard cheese (Gouda or Parmesan)
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Place the ingredients in a Food Processor (or a blender) and blend until smooth.
- Take the dough out of the food processor and form a big ball using your hands. In most cases, the dough comes out fine, but sometimes you may need to add a few drops of in case it is not formed properly.
- Roll out dough on top of Parchment Paper. You don’t want it too thin because the crackers could break easily. Cut into fun shapes with your favorite cookie cutters or if you don’t have any, just cut into little squares with a knife.
- Bake for about 12 minutes or until golden brown. It is recommended to bake the crackers on top of parchment paper, greasing it with a little bit of butter to prevent sticking.