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Is There Such A Thing? (crackers)

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I'm searching, endlessly, for a gluten-free cracker that is also soy, dairy, egg, and nut free. I realize I'm probably never going to find this particular item, but I thought I'd ask.

Thanks, in advance!

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There is a search feature in this forum, at the top, and you may want to do a search for cracker recipes - i did and I looked at 5 or 6, and 1 or 2 looked like you might be able to work with it. Some called for soy flour or nut flour, some didnt. But when you cant eat the most common substitute products, sometimes you just have to make your own. i managed to make a gluten-free rice-free tapioca-free wrap the other day from scratch, something i'm sure I never would have been able to find in any store, and it was good.

good luck

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I think these may fit the bill:

Ener-G Seattle Crackers

Ener-G Cinnamon Crackers

Dr. Schar Crackers

I have actually used Chebe to make crackers. Just roll it out really thin and bake it until it is crispy. I hope you find something that works for you.

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If you make them and find a receipe that works, please post will you? I'd like having crackers again too.

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I modified this recipe last week, with good results. They're fairly bland & could probably do well with some extra seasonings added.

Millet, Onion & Black Pepper Diamonds

modified from Creative Cooking with Grains & Pasta

1/2 c. millet flour

1/2 c. flour (I used 4 flour blend + 1/2 tsp xanthan)

1 tsp. baking powder

1/4 tsp. black pepper

2 Tbsp. tahini

2 tsp. honey

1 tsp. onion powder

1/4 c. cold water

*I'd probably try adding 1/4 tsp salt next time

Preheat oven to 350 degrees and butter two cookie sheets (I used silicon mats). Combine flours, baking powder and black pepper in a bowl. In a small cup, mix the tahini and honey together and then add to the dry ingredients. In the same cup, mix the onion powder with the water and add to the mixture. Mix with hands until a ball of dough forms.

Divide dough in half for easier handling and roll each half between 2 sheets of lightly floured plastic wrap or waxed paper to 1/4-inch (I went even thinner - maybe 1/8 inch). Cut into diamond shapes and lift carefully onto cookie sheets. Bake until edges start to brown (15-20 minutes). Rotate pans after 10 minutes to prevent burning. Remove with a spatula to wire rack to cool. Store in airtight containers.

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http://www.glutenfreemall.com/catalog/crac...9vpcm88ur4c0md5

TOOK THIS LIST FROM SCOTT'S PRODUCT LIST ON HERE. I DID NOT CHECK OUT EACH AND EVERY INGRED.......BUT THEY ARE LISTED

I FINALLY FOUND A CRACKER THAT IS LIKE RITZ...........THINK.......HELP CORRECT ME IF I HAVE THE NAME WRONG.............SINCE GLUTINO OR GFP JOINED NOT SURE WHO MAKES THEM.

THEY ARE PRICY AND NOT A WHOLE LOT OF CRACKERS BUT THEY ARE DECLCIOUS. I'LL TRY TO GOOGLE. I CAN ONLY FIND AT HEALTH FOOD STORES.

Glutino

Glutino - Crackers

Rating:

6/case $26.70 1/unit $4.94

JUDY

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