Garlic and Rosemary Crackers

Australia Day Garlic and Rosemary Crackers
These tasty, easy to make crackers can be in your picnic basket within 30 mins.
Write a review
Print
Ingredients
  1. 1/2 Cup of Macadamia nuts
  2. 1/2 Cup of Activated Almonds
  3. 1/3 Cup of Activated Sunflower Seeds
  4. 1/2 Tea Spoon Garlic Powder
  5. Himalayan Salt
  6. Rosemary (2-3 sprigs or 1 1/2 tea spoon of dried)
  7. 1 Egg
Instructions
  1. Place all the ingredients except the egg into a Thermomix or food processor and pulse until it form crumbs.
  2. Add the egg and pulse until combined. (I use speed 4).
  3. Roll out between two pieces of parchment paper, peel the top piece of carefully and using a sharp knife cut into squares or whatever shape you would like your crackers.
  4. I like to add extra salt on top.
  5. Place crackers in a pre heated oven for approx 20 mins at 200˚C (380˚F).
Notes
  1. Depending on your oven and how thick or thin you roll out your crackers will determine your crackers being cooked faster or slower.
PALEONUTTER http://paleonutter.com/

8 thoughts on “Garlic and Rosemary Crackers

  1. Barb Reply

    Hi Mel and Bendy
    First time on your site. It is so easy to navigate and read. Keep up the good work! You are so inspirational.
    Thanks
    Barb

    1. Admin Reply

      Hi Barb,

      Thanks, That’s great news. More articles coming soon. So don’t forget to sign up for our newsletters and recipes. xx

  2. Robin Pooley Reply

    Gary this is the first time I’ve been on your blog but I have too say mate I’m very impressed. It all looks so professional and pleasant to navigate.
    I’m off to my sons wedding in Pompey tomorrow, but I will defo be making these bad boys next week. I had a gent in yesterday fixing my windows very over weight and in need of guidance. We discussed Paleo he was very interested i think he’s intrigued !
    Carry on the good work buddy 😉

    1. Admin Reply

      Thanks Robin! Mel is the brains behind it all really!

  3. Leeanne Young Reply

    Just made these for the first time. They are sooooooooo yummy! Thanks Bendy they filled the spot! 😀 Each of your recipes I’ve tried have been real winners and I’ve had great success with them! Keep up the great work. love the blog… Check back all the time for new content! ❤️

    1. Admin Reply

      Ah thanks Leeanne! An whilst I’m always happy to take credit….most of the recipes are Mel’s creations! Haha! If you ‘Like’ us on Facebook then you’ll get all the new notifications. We’ve got some exciting news to announce this week so stay tuned!

  4. Emma Mitchell Reply

    Made these crackers yesterday and had them today with cashew Philly cheese – oh my, they are to die for!! Could have eaten the whole batch! Thank you so much for the yummy recipe, this will now be my regular go to cracker!

    1. Admin Reply

      So glad you liked them! We would love it if you’d leave a review on the recipe page, just click on the ‘stars’. We want people to have faith in our recipes and the best judges are you! And don’t forget to ‘Like’ us on Facebook!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *