Erika has been trying to perfect keto crackers for a while. There are lots of different styles of keto crackers out there including flaxseed crackers, cheese crackers and salami crackers, but most of them have lacked something for us. Some don’t have the crunch of a good cracker and others are little too fragile to handle a good dip, or just plain old bland. These keto crackers have the perfect crunch, can take a good dipping and are also delicious.
Low Carb Crackers
One thing a lot of people miss on a low carb lifestyle is crunch. Enter keto crackers! Keto-friendly crackers are a great way to add crunch into your diet again and they are also very versatile. We love to serve keto crackers with some homemade dips or on a grazing platter. They are also great for lunch served with egg salad, tuna and mayo or ham and cheese.
If you don’t have time to make your own there are some great low carb cracker options that are available at the supermarket are –
- Olinas seeded crackers available at Coles and Woolworths.
- O&B finest seed crackers from Woolworths
- Keto Kitchen crackers from Low Carb Emporium
- Low Carb Co crackers from Low Carb Emporium
- Loka crackers from Low Carb Emporium
If you are looking for some alternative cracker recipes, especially if you need something that is nut free, then check out our cheese and salami cracker options;
We first found Mingle Seasonings at La Manna Supermarket in Essendon. Since then we are so happy that our favourite online low carb store, Low Carb Emporium now stock the entire range. Some of the seasoning mixes are now even available at Coles supermarkets in Australia.
Their seasoning blends only use herbs and spices with no fillers and no sugar. We love to use them to season our steak, chicken wings, hamburgers and when roasting vegetables.
Here are some of our favourite Mingle Seasoning blends –
- Garlic & dill ranch
- All purpose
- Garlic & herb
- Spicy Mexican
They now also have seasoning sachets for you to be able to make quick and easy weeknight meals, some of these are available at Coles too!
- Curry in a hurry
- Butter chicken
- Satay stir fry
- Hearty stroganoff
- Spag bol
Dip is one of those things that can be really hard to find in the supermarket in Australia with good clean ingredients. We prefer to make our own so we know that there are no hidden sugars or vegetable oils.
Who doesn’t love crackers and dips. As mentioned already, it can be really hard to find good clean keto dips in the supermarket. In order to enjoy crackers and dip you will find it best to make your own keto dips.
These keto dips are so easy to make at home and we have served them to our family and friends and they have loved them all. Erika’s sister loves the roasted capsicum dip while my favourite has long been the cream cheese pesto dip.
Here are some of our favourite dip recipes that are super easy to make too;
- When you are cutting the dough into cracker shapes you want to press the knife down and then lift it, move it and press down again. If you try and drag the knife through it will break up the dough.
- The thinner you can get the dough the crispier your crackers will be, so try to make them as thin as you can when you roll them out.
- If you want to have a more consistent shape and size to your cracker, you can use a ruler to measure out the lines and take off any excess dough on the sides and then re-roll it out.
- If you want to change the flavour of these crackers you could use another of the Mingle Seasoning mixes instead of all purpose. The Spicy Mexican would be delicious with guacamole!
- These crackers are perfect for a keto grazing platter, especially if you are entertaining. They will store for a few days in an airtight container, so you can make them in advance too.
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These keto crackers offer the perfect amount of crunch, combined with the sturdiness to handle a heavy dip. They are also perfect paired with some cheese and great to add to your grazing platter for Christmas. Make a batch of these and store in an airtight container for a few days. I have really enjoyed taking these with my packed lunch when I make up an antipasto platter for lunch.
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- Pre heat your oven to 160C/320F
- In a small bowl combine all the ingredients and mix to ensure it is all completely combined
- Roll the dough out between two rectangle sheets of baking paper. You want the mixture to be very thin (approximately 1mm) and in a rectangle shape
- Peel off the top layer of baking paper and use a knife to score the dough into the shape of your crackers. We like to do rectangle ones, but you could also do triangles. It is best to press the knife down then lift and press down again rather than dragging through the dough
- Place the crackers in the oven for 10-12 minutes or until they are golden brown all over. Depending on your oven you may need to remove the outside crackers and place the interior ones back in the oven to continue cooking
- Allow the crackers to cool slightly and then snap apart where you have scored them. Then allow to cool completely on a wire rack
- Once completely cooled, store in an airtight container to maintain freshness