2-Ingredient Paleo Crackers!

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Stupid Easy, Super Simple Healthy Crackers

 

My boys love them some snacks! (What six and three-year-old don’t?)  As a busy mom, I am always looking for the easiest, most convenient way to a healthy snack for them. This was by far the snack that met all criteria: super easy, super quick, healthy, and tasty!

I was seriously surprised by how much they loved and begged me to let them eat the whole batch.

2-Ingredients:

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What You’ll Need:

 

 

 

Directions:

  1. Put all ingredients into the processor DSC_0185and pulse till dough ball forms.DSC_0189
  2. Divide into two halves.DSC_0193
  3. Roll each between two pieces of parchment paper until super thin, DSC_0196place onto pan, sprinkle with some additional salt, and cut into squares with knife.DSC_0200
  4. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes (depending on how crunchy you like them).DSC_0198

 

They smelled awesome cooking (in our toaster over). We use the toaster oven out of convenience and to avoid heating the whole house. The boys could hardly wait till they were finished! Once finished, they looked awesome…..way healthier than store-bought crackers and so easy. I never knew it was so simple! DSC_0197

 

My sons both decided this was the best snack I have ever made.  Little do they know, this is just the beginning, lol!
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Recipe Card

2 (TWO) Ingredient Paleo Crackers!

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups of bleached almond flour
  • 1 large egg
  • *1/2 tsp (each) salt and pepper

What You’ll Need:

  • 2 flat pans
  • Food processor
  • Rolling pin
  • Parchment paper
  • Measuring cup

 

Directions:

  1. Put all ingredients into the processor and pulse till dough ball forms.
  2. Divide into two halves.
  3. Roll each between two pieces of parchment paper until super thin, place onto pan, and cut squares with knife.
  4. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes (depending on how crunchy you like them).

About jodirund

Jodi is a certified personal trainer, a certified fitness nutrition specialist, and combat veteran who can help you achieve success. -West Palm Beach Florida

2 Comments

  1. Hey Jodi! Not sure if you remember me- I interviewed you a few years back about staying fit when pregnant for a project. (Pretty sure I got an A 🙂

    I’m now out in the world traveling for work and have been trying to keep to the Paleo diet (and an avid half marathon or tri training program) as best I can.

    Just wanted to share that I saw your site and JUST tried this cracker recipe- it was AMAZING and unebelievably easy! So stoked to see your blog! Always looking for a new one to spice things up. If you have any lifting recommendations for a runner – would love some tips!

    Glad you’re doing well.

    -Jill

    • Hey Jill! Awesome to hear you are finding some of my posts useful! As for lifting, it would totally depend on your goals. If you are lifting to maintain endurance for marathons, then I’d suggest lifting about 50-70% wt at anywhere from 12-20 reps. If you are lifting to gain muscle and cut bodyfat, then (sadly) I tell you to stop running.

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