We were introduced to these delicious, easy crackers by my husbands cousin in South Africa. Originally a Professor Tim Noakes recipe, I’ve tweaked them with the help of another SA cousin. This recipe is a bit of a family affair! And whatever your dietary needs or preference this recipe is sure to deliver.
They’re a perfect crunchy cracker replacement or even bread replacement, e.g. they’re great with a nut butter, pesto or dip as a snack and they are allergen free i.e. gluten, nut, dairy and egg free! They’d also be great for lunchboxes. Quick and easy to assemble and the recipe quantity makes a good amount.
The binding ‘glue’ is psyllium seed powder. Psyllium is a great food to be adding into our diets, just make sure it’s the more soluble form which is the seed powder rather than the husk, our digestive system can do more with it. The powder is a prebiotic so feeds our good bugs and supports our digestive system so much better. While the husk will certainly give our no. two great formation it may not be giving us the deeper nutrition our bodies need.