Keto Almond Crackers

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  • prep time

    prep time

    15 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    20 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    35 min

Keto Almond Crackers

39 ratings

These almond crackers are salty and nutty! I love how delicious they are and could be paired with cheese for a snack or marinated olives. They would even make great croutons on top of a salad!

  • Net Carbs

    2.3 g

  • Fiber

    3.3 g

  • Total Carbs

    5.7 g

  • Protein

    5.8 g

  • Fats

    17 g

187 cals

Keto Almond Crackers

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  • Almond Flour

    Almond Flour

    1 cup

  • Walnuts


    ¼ cup, chopped

  • Natural Foods Flax Seed Meal by Now

    Natural Foods Flax Seed Meal by Now

    1 tbsp

  • Coarse Kosher Salt by Morton

    Coarse Kosher Salt by Morton

    ½ tsp

  • Water


    2 tablespoon

  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    1-½ teaspoon

Recipe Steps

steps 5

35 min

  • Step 1

    Preheat an oven to 325 F convection or 350 F conventional. Add the almond flour, walnuts, flax, salt, water and olive oil to a food processor.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Blend until completely blended and the walnuts are completely incorporated into the dough.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Dump the dough onto a piece of parchment paper and lay another piece of parchment on top. Press the dough flat with your hands. Then use a rolling pin to roll the dough out very thin (1/16”). It will not be a perfect square.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Use a pizza cutter to cut the crackers into 1 ½” x 1 ½” pieces. Do not separate them, bake them as is. Slip the parchment paper onto a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Remove them from the oven, break them apart, flip them and bake for another 5-7 minutes. The crackers should be lightly golden on each side.
    Step 5

Comments 31

  • Sheryl

    Sheryl 3 years ago

    What can I use in place of the flax seed meal?

    • Katie_Macadamia

      Katie_Macadamia 8 months ago

      Flax seed has a binding effect. You could try ground chia seeds instead.

    • SuperKale784525

      SuperKale784525 8 months ago

      I wonder if we can just skip the flax altogether and not substitute anything.

  • Jay

    Jay 4 years ago

    A bit on the delicate side, they break easily in dips.....and DELISH!!! Sprinkled lightly with garlic salt. Any tips on how to keep them from breaking so easlily? Did I roll them too thin?

    • UpbeatKale558624

      UpbeatKale558624 3 years ago

      Try blending raw seeded zucchini in the mixture. Also, the flax seed meal is a binder, maybe add another tblspoon.

  • Jansterfl

    Jansterfl 4 years ago

    Didn’t have walnuts so I used flavored almonds. Pretty good. Plus garlic powder

    • Tanya

      Tanya 4 years ago


      • TammyLynn22

        TammyLynn22 4 years ago

        Can you use xanthan gum instead of flax?

        • lmmartinez

          lmmartinez 4 years ago

          Approximately how many crackers to a serving?

          • RemarkableCauliflower469562

            RemarkableCauliflower469562 8 months ago

            How many crackers was it please?

          • MsCooper

            MsCooper 3 years ago

            I didn't LOL how many crackers is .8 oz?

          • IneffableRadish507887

            IneffableRadish507887 3 years ago

            So approximately how many crackers is 0.8 oz cuz want to c if they would b worth making.

          • lmmartinez

            lmmartinez 4 years ago

            Never mind....I found it. Thanks.

        • JillyLamanes

          JillyLamanes 4 years ago


          • arkali

            arkali 3 years ago

            What was wrong with them?

        • LinaLight

          LinaLight 4 years ago

          I added fresh rosemary and thyme from my garden, garlic and onion powder, fresh ground pepper, chia seeds and cooked them a little longer to make them extra crispy. DELICIOUS! I need crunchy snacks without cheese or egg

          • Eve

            Eve 4 years ago

            Very tasty crackers, easy to make! Next time I make them, I will triple the recipe and add a dash more of salt.

            • Knizer

              Knizer 4 years ago

              Love these crackers! Very easy to make as well.

              • Lisa

                Lisa 4 years ago

                Love them . They were really easy to make and perfect to dip with.

                • Diane

                  Diane 4 years ago

                  Easy to make and tasty!

                  • JoanCB

                    JoanCB 4 years ago

                    These crackers are so fast an easy to make, it’s so easy to just make on the fly. I love the taste and the delicate crunch. Great with salsa!

                    • loriaragon4jesus

                      loriaragon4jesus 4 years ago

                      I love these! Making another batch soon!

                      • kmheath

                        kmheath 4 years ago

                        I'm about to make my fourth batch since coming across this recipe a month ago. These are a filling, tasty, on-the-go snack.

                        • CrazyCraftingCatLady

                          CrazyCraftingCatLady 5 years ago

                          Mine didn't stay together at all. Going to try again with the addition of some coconut oil and perhaps italian seasoning. Something to make them less bland. Update: These are actually really good with tuna salad!

                          • velvetmonster

                            velvetmonster 5 years ago

                            Did not like these. Flavorless with mushy texture. My dogs enjoyed them, perhaps because they thought the crackers tasted like their kibble.

                            • IneffableRadish507887

                              IneffableRadish507887 3 years ago


                          • lmmartinez

                            lmmartinez 5 years ago

                            How do you store them to keep them crisp?

                            • Raeraesd80

                              Raeraesd80 5 years ago

                              Can use coconut flour instead?

                              • FortuitousCauliflower918194

                                FortuitousCauliflower918194 a month ago

                                Did you try!? I’m trying now, but think they’ll be too crumbly…

                            • Mamaritz

                              Mamaritz 5 years ago

                              What can you use in place of walnut? My husband has a walnut allergy.

                              • recipewriter

                                recipewriter 5 years ago

                                Any other nut would work great too!