This no-bake recipe for ranch oyster crackers is the perfect snack or topping on a bowl of soup! Ranch Oyster Crackers are a snack you can make any
Cheese Snaps are simple sharp cheddar crackers that pack a big crunch with a secret ingredient: Rice Krispies! Get this recipe now!
Blue Cheese, Walnut, and Port Wine Pâté is a simple yet delicious appetizer. Serve with crackers and fruit for an appetizer or a party cheese board.
My easy, 3 ingredients graham cracker recipe that you can easily make your own. Make the graham crackers that you are going to use the day before and store in an airtight container or use store-bought.
Easy to prepare and scrumptious, gluten-free vegan Graham crackers. Now you can make this homemade version that can be eaten as a snack
With any type crackers or side dish, it's really good. Makes 4 cups 2 ounces pecans (about 1/2 cup; 60g) 1 head cauliflower (2 pound...
Summer is full of picnics and vacation gatherings. These crackers are quite delicious with any drinks or cheeses. Makes 30-35 medium...
Absolutely puffy, delicate, crunchy and even crispy. You will enjoy with any drinks and even salads. Serves 6-8 1/2 cup sunflower ker...
About a month ago I sighed up for cookbook swap advertised by a local culinary business. I traded my books and tried quite delicious dis...
This gluten-free and vegan sweet & sour chutney recipe comes from my Indian roots. This chutney makes a great side with main meals, i.e. lentil/rice/chapati or a great dip for crackers or bread.
Make this homemade easy and quick tahini and enjoy either on its own with veggies and crackers or use in hummus, energy bars, and salad dressings.
Bread Baking Babes prove that making crackers is easy with these healthy, seedy crackers
Guest Post from TikiPundit. He participated in Season's Eatings this year and, for reasons known only to him, has not (yet) succumbed to the urge to blog. He should. He clearly has the gift: the words, the photos and the urge to create havoc wonderful food in the kitchen. So he is posting on my ... Continue reading...
I simply loved every bit of this post participating in the Easy Doodle Recipe Contest. Especially when I harvested some sage from my own g...
This easy pumpkin cheesecake doesn't require any baking at all! It impresses with its delightful fluffy texture, charming taste, and the fact that you can prepare it in a jiffy. The cheesecakes base is a mixture of graham crackers and grated pumpkin seeds.
Pumpkin Pie Hummus is a delicious sweet hummus that's perfect for dipping apples, cookies or crackers and more!
Greece is known for its tasty vegetables and beetroots are no exception. Despite the funny colour, your tongue might get, I love having them in any way possible! My daughters also enjoy eating these healthy roots with me which just makes it all worthwhile. A simple method of preparing beetroots is to boil them until soft, then peel and cut them into large chunks. Drizzle them with high-quality Greek olive oil and you’ve got a great side for almost any meal! This is a great way to enjoy the natural sweetness of beets without sacrificing any flavour. However, when we combine the words beetroot and salad in my family, we’re talking about something quite distinct. A lot more delicious and capable of going with anything on the plate! In Greek, it’s called “Patzarosalata”. It’s a pretty common appetiser that you’ll find in most Greek restaurants and while the Greeks consider this dish to be salad rather than dip or spread; I would happily have it with crackers or a thick slice of sourdough! This simple beetroot salad is made with finely grated beets mixed with olive oil, vinegar, mayonnaise and garlic. In my version, I substitute some of the mayonnaise with Greek yoghurt because I like its tanginess and to make it a little bit healthier. Sprinkle crumbled feta cheese and a handful of crushed walnuts on top of the dish to add more saltiness and flavour. The feta and walnuts, while not part of the original recipe, add an interesting twist to this vegetable combination. This Patzarosalata recipe is incredibly easy to make, and it’s guaranteed to impress everyone with its vibrant colours and beautiful presentation!
These Flaxseed Crackers are seriously delicious. They've got just 2g net carbs and you can eat them on low carb, paleo, Whole30, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and grain-free diets.
These seed crackers are ideal as appetizers or as a snack and they pair well with hummus or a Spanish mojo picón. They are vegan, gluten-free, paleo, lactose-free, and they practically make themselves, so don't forget to add it to your Healthy Meal Planning or Batch Cooking.
Here's another homemade snack recipe that's fresh, delicious and definitely healthy. We will be making fish crackers or fish kropek from scratch, no preservatives added.