Crackers are a dry thin crispy baked bread product that may be leavened or unleavened.
Yeast based recipe with mozzarella, Gorgonzola, and Parmesan.
Yeast based dough which rises and is then rolled thin, and baked. From Woman's Day.
Simple recipe using honey, brown sugar, white and whole wheat flours, egg, and sugar. Yields 45 crackers.
Versatile enough for a champagne brunch or a light dessert, these are made with regular and oat flours, strong brewed coffee, sugar, and butter or margarine.
Crackers are coated with powdered ranch salad dressing mix, oil, and lemon pepper seasoning, then baked.
A copycat recipe using bisquik mix and buttermilk.
Recipe for yeast based crackers.
One of two recipes from a Southern Living article. This recipe uses quick cooking oats.
Recipes for cheese cookies and straws, corn crisps, trifles, and protein cracker bread.
Made with corn meal, peanuts and peanut butter. Yields 50-60.
These are made with rolled oat or barley flakes, barley flour, and sesame seeds.
Simple recipe using cashews and roasted cashew butter.
A living food recipe, using a dehydrator.
Yields 70-80 crisp crackers which taste like cheese fondue. For a more traditional fondue taste you can add Kirsch or cherry liqueur, and use both Gruyere and Emmenthal.
Simple recipe using basic ingredients.
Crackers are coated using a brand name buttermilk mix and some seasonings, then they are baked again.
This recipe yields 12 to 13 dozen crackers, made with hard whole wheat flour.
This is an adaptation of Italian focaccia resulting in crispy, crunchy, and substantial crackers.
This simple no-bake cracker coating requires only oil, and your favorite dry salad dressing mix.
Uses shortening, baker's ammonia, and oil of lemon.
Simple recipe using flour, salt, butter, and water. serving 4 people. From Starchefs.
This no-bake recipe flavors the oyster crackers with buttery popping oil normally used for popcorn, cream of chicken soup mix, parsley, and garlic powder.
This baked on coating is made using dill weed, garlic salt, lemon pepper, Hidden Valley Ranch dressing mix, and oil.
This recipe calls for basic ingredients. The crackers are baked until hard, then they are hung up in a muslin bag to dry.
Baked on coating for crackers made using Hidden Valley Ranch salad dressing mix, dill, and oil.
Diabetic recipe which can be enjoyed by anyone. Uses Parmesan cheese and dehydrated vegetable flakes.
Quick and simple recipe using basic pantry ingredients and coarsely ground pepper corns.
Recipe from Ann Hodgman's cookbook Beat That! Simple recipe using basic ingredients, making about 3 1/2 dozen crackers.
Simple shortening based recipe. Yields 80 to 85.
Coating for crackers made with Hidden Valley Ranch buttermilk recipe mix, lemon pepper, dill weed, garlic powder, and salad oil.
This variation calls for mixed nuts, fish crackers, vegetable oil, Hidden Valley Ranch Mix, lemon pepper seasoning, garlic powder, onion powder, and dill, to make the oyster cracker coating.
Uses oatmeal, honey, butter, and buttermilk. Shaped by using animal cookie cutters.
Sweet crackers made with all-purpose flour, whole wheat flour, ground pecans or walnuts, brown sugar, baking powder, salt, cinnamon or apple pie spice mix, and applesauce.
Yeast based recipe, using all purpose white, and whole wheat flours, and sesame seeds for sprinkling before baking.
This recipe calls for rice flour and all-purpose flour, oil, soy or tamari sauce, an egg white, and buttermilk.
Dehydrator crackers made with sprouted rye and wheat. From Living and Raw Foods.
Using soy sauce and toasted sesame seeds.
Made from whole wheat or rye flour, and soy flour. From Great River Organic Milling.
Simple recipe using flour, water, egg white, baking powder, vegetable oil, and sesame seeds. Yields about 4 dozen.
Simple recipe using flour, baking powder, butter, Crisco, or oleo, and milk or water, making enough for 4 people.
This recipe makes use of sour milk, egg, butter, and baking soda.
Simple recipe using butter, making around 100 crackers.
Easy to make but taking a relatively long time. Initial rise of 20 to 30 hours, allowing the dough to increase in volume without developing a pronounced yeast flavor. Yield: 95-100.
Recipe from the Fanny Farmer cookbook using flour, sugar, salt, butter, and milk.
A simple recipe using all purpose and whole wheat flour, and buttermilk. From Betty Crocker's Old-Fashioned Cookbook.
Simple recipe with detailed instructions. Uses sesame seeds, oil, sea salt, whole wheat flour, and nonaluminum baking powder.
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