Fresh Pulp Flax Seed Crackers

Two For The Price Of One

Crackers AND Great Tasting Juice

My daughter absolutely LOVES flax seed crackers, and honestly, I can’t see paying so much money for deliciously prepared 2-3 oz. of crackers, when I can make them.

Fresh Pulp Flax Crackers
Fresh Pulp Flax Crackers

For the longest time, I wanted to try making flax crackers with the pulp left over from juicing; but for the most part, when I juice, I use a myriad of veggies AND fruit and the combined pulp, I fear, would not have made a good flax cracker.  So this time, I brought it upon myself to strictly pulp the ingredients I wanted to add into the cracker and they were – carrot, celery and red pepper.  After I juiced those items, I removed the pulp and then proceeded to juice one granny smith apple to sweeten up the juice that came from the carrots, celery and red peppers.  Let me tell you – – IT WAS DELICIOUS!

Carrot, Celery, Red Pepper and Granny Smith Juice
Carrot, Celery, Red Pepper and Granny Smith Juice

So, from one flax cracker recipe, I got two delicious tasting recipes!  Below is the recipe for my Fresh Pulp Flax Seed Crackers!

Fresh Pulp Flax Seed Crackers
Fresh Pulp Flax Seed Crackers

Flax Seed Crackers with Fresh Pulp

Pulp from:

2 carrots

2 stalks celery

½ red pepper

*(After I removed this pulp, I juiced 1 apple with it.  It made a wonderful glass of healthy juice)!

¼ cup sun-dried tomato (soaked for 1 hour and then chopped into pieces)

½ cup Raw Flax seed (soaked for 1 hour in enough water to cover)

¼ cup Raw Chia seed (soaked for 1 hour in enough water to cover)

½ cup Raw Sunflower seeds

¼ cup Raw Sesame seeds

1 tbsp. Fennel seeds

1 tbsp. Caraway seeds

1 tsp. sea salt

Pinch pepper

½ tsp. rosemary

½ tsp. thyme

1 tsp. herbs de Provence

½ tsp. garlic powder

Spread Flax Mixture out on Dehydrator
Spread Flax Mixture out on

Mix together and spread out on your “fruit roll-up sheet” as Nesco calls it or  Paraflexx™ sheet as Excalibur calls it and dehydrate at 104 degrees for 6-8 hours.

Gently loosen the semi-hard crackers and flip over to tray and dehydrate another 6-8 hours.  Remove and break into nice size chips!    Or – before the flip, you can score your crackers with a knife for symmetrical crackers!  We personally just like to break ours!

I know that dehydrating crackers (or anything raw) takes organization, time and patience, but I truly believe it’s worth it if you have the equipment.  Whether you buy your flax crackers or make your flax crackers, the main thing is is that you just


Michele ♥

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