These keto Graham crackers are crispy, lightly sweet keto crackers perfect for snacks or to make keto cheesecake crust. This copycat Graham cracker recipe has a similar bran texture as the authentic recipe using almond flour and flaxseed meal as keto-friendly flours.
A Graham cracker is a crunchy, slightly sweet wholegrain cracker used in many cheesecake recipes as a base for the crust or to make S’mores treats.
No, Graham crackers are very high in carbs and not keto-friendly. In fact, an authentic store-bought Graham cracker recipe is made of high-carb ingredients, including all-purpose flour and sweetener including wheat flour, brown sugar, and honey.
Making homemade Graham crackers without sugar and fewer carbs is pretty easy. You don’t need any specific kitchen appliance, no food processor, just a bowl, spatula, baking sheets, and parchment paper.
All you need are a few wholesome ingredients:
First, whisk all the dry ingredients together in a large mixing bowl. You want all the flour, baking soda, and salt to be evenly distributed before adding the wet ingredients.
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Next, make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and pour the melted butter, beaten egg, and vanilla extract.
Finally, stir the dough with a spatula and then use your hand to knead the dough and form a ball.
The trick to roll keto cracker dough is to use two pieces of parchment paper.
First, place the dough ball in the center of a 30-cm long piece of parchment paper. Press another piece of parchment paper on top of the ball to flatten the dough into a thick disc.
Then, use a rolling pin to roll the dough into a thin rectangle of 0.2-inch/5 mm thickness.
As you can see in my pictures below, I am folding the sides of the bottom sheet of parchment paper to shape a rectangle.
This technique encases the dough in the paper and ensures you are rolling a perfect rectangle of dough.
Use a sharp knife or pizza cutter to cut the dough into 2-inch x 1.5inch rectangles.
Then, use a fork to prick the crackers in 2 or 3 rows.
Finally, slide a spatula under each cracker to transfer them carefully onto a baking sheet covered with oiled parchment paper.
Make sure you leave 1 cm/0.4 inch between each cracker, so they don’t overlap or touch each other.
Preheat the oven to 325 F (160C). Bake the crackers in the center rack of the oven for 15 minutes or until golden brown on the sides and top.
Cool the crackers for 10 minutes on the cookie sheet, then transfer on a cooling rack. The crackers will firm up as they cool down.
No, you can’t swap almond flour with coconut flour in this graham cracker recipe. The dough will be very dry and crumbly if you do so.
You can, however, use nut-free alternatives:
You can eat these crackers plain as a simple low-carb snack or create recipes with them. They are great to make:
These keto crackers store well in an airtight box in the pantry for up to 1 week. Otherwise, place the box in the fridge and store up to 2 weeks.
You can also freeze keto crackers in ziplock bags and thaw the day before eating at room temperature.
I love to create keto cracker recipes to snack on. Below I listed other keto cracker recipes that you can try:
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