- Servings Per Recipe: 20
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories: 86.9
- Total Fat: 3.2 g
- Cholesterol: 5.0 mg
- Sodium: 65.3 mg
- Total Carbs: 13.2 g
- Dietary Fiber: 1.6 g
- Protein: 2.2 g
Sesame honey oats crisps/crackersSubmitted by: RATHIMANI
IntroductionWhy buy processed crackers, when you can make them easily at home -- also healthier!!!! This is a very crispy, nutty, sweet crackers...low calorie, makes a great snack!!! Why buy processed crackers, when you can make them easily at home -- also healthier!!!! This is a very crispy, nutty, sweet crackers...low calorie, makes a great snack!!!
Whole wheat flour or All purpose flour - 1 cup
Oats - 3/4 cup (I used steel cut and ground it coarsely to powder texture)
Butter, unsalted - 3 tbsp
Brown sugar, lite - 5tbsp
Honey - 1.5tbsp
Sesame Seeds - 4tbsp
Baking soda - 1tsp (mix it with abt a tbsp of warm water and keep aside)
Milk, 2% - 3fl oz (for kneading)
2. Melt butter, sugar and honey over low-medium heat; once the sugar is melted - add sesame seeds, stir in oats slowly followed by flour - you would get a crumbly looking mixture at this point
3. Transfer that to a big bowl, and knead using milk to get a smooth dough
4. You can either roll it out on a flat surface and cut it into small squares, or pinch lime sized balls and flatten it thin on to the baking sheet
5. Bake them at 350F for 15mins or until the sides are slightly toasted -- upon taking it might be soft to touch but will harden once cooled!!!!
I used wheat flour, and the nutritional info is based on that
I used steel cut oats, but you can use any, and if like the texture as is, throw it in directly, or coarsely grind them as I did. It is still crunchy!!!!
I made small discs, so got about 20 yields. So depending on how you make them the nutritional info will change...but still it is all healthy and tastes GREAT!!!!!
**I was lazy and made them into discs, but the small bite size squares are awesome!!!!***
Number of Servings: 20
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user RATHIMANI.
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Sounds delish:) used to make these but salty as I am more of a savory cravings kind. lol. BTW i dont sesame seeds in the nutrition breakdown. not sure if it includes them. I also use flaxseed to replace sesame seeds. - 3/1/11
Reply from RATHIMANI (3/1/11)
OOPS...I think I missed it out...lemme try and edit it out...and thanks!!! :)