maple syrup: these crackers are mostly savoury, but the maple syrup perfectly balances out the tartness from the apples and works deliciously with the salt, pepper and sriracha. sriracha: I love a little tang in my crackers! It’ll make it easier to break them into shapes after the baking process. ( Log Out /  It’ll make it easier to break them into shapes after the baking. These vegan Crackers are easy to make at home – they come together in under 30 minutes. non-stick baking mat or non-stick baking paper. In the meantime you can preheat your oven to 100C. I've been running Romylondonuk since 2015 after finding my love for plant based cooking when I switched to a vegan lifestyle. We love a good cracker around here, and these have fast become our favorite! What you’ll need for these Vegan Apple Crackers Ingredients. Keep the crackers in an air tight container for up to 7 days and serve with a delicious homemade dip! This comes in handy to add a little liquid back into the crackers and helps combine all ingredients. One of my blogger tried the recipe but adapting it to the Gluten Free Baked Crackers made with Sorghum and Rice flour. https://www.thespruceeats.com/vegetarian-dehydrator-recipes-3376644 How about some curry powder or a Mexican seasoning? This is dairy free, egg free & gluten free. Knead the dough with your hands, then roll it into a ball and set aside for 5-10 minutes. ★☆ Use the milled variety, they’ll take on any liquid of the cracker mix perfectly and create a wonderful crunch after baking. Homemade Vegan Oat Crackers. Based in West London, I love sharing simple & delicious vegan recipes from my kitchen - with a healthy twist, but not compromising in taste. Knead the dough with your hands, then roll it into a ball and set aside for 5-10 minutes to rest. Makes about 15 crackers depending on size Ingredients100g wholewheat flour (plain flour if you don't want the speckled effect) 3-… Crazy & delicious! Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Do check it out! Almond flour crackers are easy keto snacks or low carb appetizers made with 5 simple ingredients. Award for Excellence and Innovation: Best vegan food blogger, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmrAavoYCIo&t=89s. fresh apple juice: Keep the juice from the apples after shredding! Leave the crackers to cool down entirely before breaking them into their individual pieces. We’re looking f. the apple shreds in a bowl with the rest of the dough ingredients. I usually use gluten-free buckwheat flour. If your baking tray or oven is not big enough, you might need to divide the cracker dough in two. If you’re very sensitive to spice, simply leave out the sriracha. It’ll make it easier to break them into shapes after the baking. Place the crackers in the oven for 30-45 minutes at 100 degrees to dehydrate. and welcome to my vegan blog! For the apple juice, use a coupe of tablespoons from the juice we’ve preserved in the previous step. These deliciously crunchy & healthy crackers are perfect for dipping and simply addictive (speaking from experience here – they  never last long in our household). Don’t worry, they’ll not turn out overly spicy, it just adds a little kick to the crackers. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Delicious! ( Log Out /  plain gluten free flour: To make sure my crackers hold together I use a small amount of gluten free flour. It’ll help everything stick together and ensures that your crackers don’t crumble. ★☆ Add the water a bit at a time and stir until a dough forms. These crackers are for the ones who can’t (or won’t) decide on a seedy component to top the crackers with, because, seriously, life’s too short for such decisions. They are not nice if too thick. Wrap the shredded apple in a muslin cloth or clean kitchen towel and, squeeze out as much apple juice as possible, whilst catching the juice in a bowl below. Do check it out! Grate the apples using either a kitchen machine such as a Magimix, or grate them manually by hand. I hope you enjoy my blog and find some delicious inspiration here . I’d stay away from any strong garlic flavours however, as they don’t compliment the tart apple flavour of the crackers. They were made to be served with beetroot hummus as part of a valentines themed menu. Jacob’s Cream Crackers; Ritz Crackers; Nairn’s – Rough Oatcakes, Fine Milled Oatcakes, Organic Oatcakes, Cracked Black Pepper Oatcakes, Gluten Free Oatcakes, Organic Herb Oatcakes, Mini Oatcakes, Gluten Free Herb & Seed Oatcakes; Ryvita Multi-Seed Thins; Pair these biscuits with a delicious vegan cheese – check out our guide for some ideas. Place the crackers in the pre-heated oven for 30-45 minutes at 100 degrees to dehydrate.