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Raw Sun Dried Tomato Olive Crackers

I have been having a rough re-entry back to Minnesota after a week with my daughters in Colorado. It isn’t that Minneapolis is a bad place, it is stunning. And a city that is very cosmopolitan. The problem is that my daughters are not here. I still think there should be a law that kids can’t move more than 100 miles away from their parents. But I understand that they are pursuing their dreams, and that makes me happy.

 

 

That said, I must admit, I was really glad to get back to my kitchen and creating more recipes. Eating was a little more difficult this trip. I defaulted to a lot of fruit and fresh veggies. But I missed my raw food creations. On the other hand, I did get inspired. My oldest and I ate out a few times. We had some very good food, it just wasn’t raw. And true to form, I was constantly thinking, I can do this raw!

The first thing I got started on was a raw food recipe for some savory crackers. I love having crackers in the pantry. They replace bread for me in many ways. You can stack them with veggies, or top them with a quick dip. They are a wonderfully versatile item to always have on hand. These crackers have a healthy walnut base mixed with sun-dried tomatoes and olives! A touch of oregano and thyme complete the picture. This recipe is 100% raw and gluten free.

I will post the recipe for the macadamia cheese spread later this week!

Which Flax Seeds to Use

I always use golden flax seeds because of the mild taste. Measure after grinding.

 

 

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53 Comments

  1. Stef wrote on January 25, 2016

    Very, very flavorful. Will be making these again. Too mad it only makes one sheet :(

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    • Susan wrote on January 26, 2016

      So glad you like them. Cheers!

      Reply
  2. Stef wrote on January 25, 2016

    Where does the water go? It’s in the ingredients and then it disappears

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    • Susan wrote on January 25, 2016

      Hi, Stef, It is mixed with the flax seed before adding. Cheers!

      Reply
  3. ghislaine wrote on April 23, 2015

    Hello Susan! Thank you for these crackers, they taste so good! I have adopted them and I make them very often.

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    • Susan wrote on April 23, 2015

      Ghislaine…So glad you like them! :-)

      Reply
  4. Kim wrote on April 7, 2015

    Can I leave the olives out or change it with something else?

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    • Susan wrote on April 7, 2015

      Hi, Kim, You can leave them out. You could try capers. Cheers!

      Reply
  5. Ethel wrote on November 7, 2014

    Hi Susan,

    they look so good, I would like to give a try. I don’t own a dehydrator, do you have any idea what happens if I put them on a oven at 50C ? Can I get a similar result? Probably the crackers won’t be raw anymore.

    thank you for your reply.

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    • Susan wrote on November 10, 2014

      Hi, Ethel, I write about this on the FAQ page. You can find the link at the top. Cheers!

      Reply

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