Since my first article on flax seeds recipes has been such a big hit, I’ve been thinking for quite a long time to write a sequel. Finally, I’ve managed to do the research in order to write this second article with even more flax seed crackers recipes (hence the title).
There’s no wonder so many people love them, as flax crackers are a great way to boost your nutrition intake, a handy treat when needed and an easy and rewarding way to experiment with flavors.
Take a look below and start preparing some delicious, healthy raw crackers for you and your family.
2. Raw “Ranch” Flax Crackers
With such an appealing name, it’s hard to avoid trying this recipe. You’re going to love these crackers, which contain flax seeds, oats, chia seeds, onion and tasty spices. To make your life easier, the preparation method is well documented with pictures for every step.
3. Raw Carrot Ginger Flax Crackers
With their subtle taste and crunchiness, these raw crackers will satisfy your body’s needs for high quality nutrients, vitamins and enzymes. These crackers don’t contain any gluten; instead they are packed with omega fatty acids and fibers thanks to the seeds they contain.
4. Flax Crackers – Zucchini Based
Make yourself a batch of these crispy crackers with zucchini, sun-dried tomatoes, garlic and, of course, flax seeds. They are great as a snack or with dips, soups and salads.
5. Flax Seed Crackers With Fresh Pulp
This recipe is more complex because it incorporates the pulp left from juicing. Its benefits are multiple, since the pulp is packed with valuable nutrients. The vegetables used also give particular savor to these flax crackers. Another benefit of this recipe is that you don’t even have to throw away the pulp – and people who juice frequently know how much pulp is usually left. This way, nothing is wasted. Experiment with various vegetables to discover your favorite flavor.