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Easy, Yummy Cheese Crackers

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Being on the SCD has forced me to make several things that I previously bought pre-made. One of those things is crackers. I found and tweaked a recipe that has turned into a family favorite. They are way better than the rock hard nut thins that we used to eat.

2 C finely ground almond flour (I have used almond meal from Trader Joe's or Honeyville blanched almond flour)

1 C finely grated Pecorino Romano cheese (made with sheep milk), press down firmly in cup

1/2 tsp. baking soda

shake of salt

shake of pepper

shake of garlic powder

1 Egg (or 3 Tbs water or liquid egg replacement) I use large eggs.

Put all dry ingredients in Cuisinart or other food processor and blend well. Add egg and process until dough forms a ball. You can add a few drops of water if it's not moist enough.

Divide dough in half. Place one half between 2 pieces of parchment paper. Roll out very thin - 1/8" or a bit less. Remove top layer of paper. Score into cracker sized pieces with a very sharp knife or pizza wheel. Slide crackers/paper onto cookie sheet. Bake at 325 for 10 minutes and then start checking for browning. You want them to brown a little, but not burn - watch them carefully! Slide them, paper and all onto a cooling rack. Let cool and then break into crackers. As soon as they are cool, put them in a ziploc bag - they absorb moisture really quickly.

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Ooh Liz! I'm going to try those for Christmas. Looks like a good munchie :D

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OK, Liz, I will need to make these. I had your bread you posted and it was amazing! I haven't had bread in over a year! Almond flour is still a little hard for me to digest so I'm going to try it with cornmeal and see how it works.

Keep it coming with the recipes. It's really good to have some "normal" foods that are easy on finicky colons!

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