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Nigella Wheat – Free Thins

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These delightful grain-free crackers are sure to become a favored new addition to your baking repertoire. Slightly sweet from the almond flour, yet savory enough to use with a dip, these wheat-free, grain-free crackers are easy to make and keep exceptionally well for whenever that ‘crunchy’ craving hits. The nigella seeds add an extra dimension of toasty, oniony flavor and a toothy bite that creates an exceptionally satisfying mouth-feel. Nutritional yeast is an inactive yeast that lends a cheesy, nutty, savory flavor as well as a bounty of nutrients, including B vitamins, trace minerals and all 9 essential amino acids. The result? All of the taste, but none of the guilt in a snappy little snack cracker.

Recipe adapted from “Against All Grain” by Danielle Walker

Play with your crackers!

It’s super easy to change the flavor of these crackers by substituting other spices or seeds for the nigella. Try poppy seed, sesame seed, caraway seed, or any of our dozens of spice blends, such as Habanero Garlic Pepper, Indian Garam Masala or Harissa. The use of refined coconut oil is to avoid the coconut taste, but by all means use unrefined if you like.

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