Best Low Carb Crackers: 3 of My Top Choices! Yum!


Crackers are one of the most popular side dishes and snacks out there today. Have you seen the cracker aisle? Yet many of them are loaded with carbs, grains, and not-so-good for you ingredients!

While most crackers don’t offer many health benefits, some crackers do make the cut. Here is a list of low carb crackers that not only taste good but are healthy for you too.

1) Spicy Italian Parmesan Flaxseed Crackers

 

When I first started to go low-carb, I really missed those crunchy, salty snacks. When I was looking for a cracker, it was tough to find one that fit into my macros and made me feel good after eating it. That’s why I love this cheesy, crunchy cracker recipe so much! It tastes better than the storebought stuff and is fairly easy to make. Make a big batch and store, then enjoy with your favorite low-carb dips, like our low carb spinach dip!

Cheese and crackers are back on the menu with these easy spicy Italian Parmesan flaxseed crackers. With just 0.2 grams of carbs per serving (yep, thats ZERO POINT TWO) you’ll be able to have them whenever you want. Flaxseed keeps you feeling full so they’re great when you need something between meals.

For this recipe you’ll need: flaxseed meal, finely grated Parmesan cheese, garlic powder, dried oregano, crushed red pepper, coarse salt crystals, parchment paper or silpat.

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2) Homemade Cracker Recipe: Low Carb Buttery Goodness

 

If you are looking for a cracker with that buttery flavor and crumbly texture, this homemade cracker recipe is a winner! One cracker has just 0.7 net carbs, so these could be good for those Keto fans as well. I love these crumbed on a bowl of soup in the winter, or just as a quick snack with some quality cheese!

If you miss those buttery, crumbly crackers on your low carb eating plan you need this homemade cracker recipe! With just 0.7 net carbs these keto friendly crackers are the perfect way to get cheese, peanut butter, and low carb dips into your mouth.

For this recipe you’ll need: almond flour, hemp hearts, coconut flour, baking powder, baking soda, xanthan gum, baking soda, salt, salted butter, olive oil, parchment or silpat

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3) Cheese Straws: Easy Low Carb Appetizer

 

While this might not technically be a ‘cracker’ or look like one, these low carb cheese straws will certainly fix that cracker craving and can be a great addition to any party platter! Technically, you could make them more cracker-like if you wanted, but I prefer them as straws. Gluten-free as well, this is a great party platter dish that you can serve and bring to all those summer bbq’s that you’ve been invited to. Makes a great kid-friendly snack too! Enjoy!

Cheese straws are one of those Southern recipes that are traditional at almost any kind of gathering. There are hundreds of ways to make them but this low carb recipe is adapted to be super quick and easy. Since this keto friendly, gluten free version of a vintage cheese straws recipe has just 1 carb you can enjoy these cheesy, crumbly, satisfying snacks anytime.

For this recipe you’ll need: sharp Cheddar cheese, butter, light cream, almond flour, hemp seed, Tony Chachere’s Creole seasoning

I found this recipe in a mid-1940s cookbook and decided that it was perfect . . .

Last Updated 09/17/2019

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