Raw Vegetable CrackersSubmitted by: WCARTIST
IntroductionDehydrated crackers with no grains-can be dehydrated in regular oven. Chia seeds are a great source of omega 3's, complete protein & calcium. I add kelp & cletic sea salt for saltiness & to support my thyroid. Dehydrated crackers with no grains-can be dehydrated in regular oven. Chia seeds are a great source of omega 3's, complete protein & calcium. I add kelp & cletic sea salt for saltiness & to support my thyroid.
4C filtered tap Water
1 c chia seesd (or flax seeds)
2 celery stalks
2 medium tomatoes
1/2 medium onion
2 cloves garlic
2 Tablespoos Kelp
1 tsp. dill seed
2 tsp basil
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp Celtic sea salt
Soak chia seeds in 4 C water for 10 minutes (if you use flax seed soak overnight in 3 C water).
Grate carrots, celery, tomatoes, onion & garlic in food processor.
Change to the regular blade of the food processor & add remaining ingredients, except Chia seeds & blend with just enough water to make a smooth paste.
Mix with chia seeds in bowl. The spices & salt will intensify with the dehydration process, so they need to taste slightly mild at this stage.
Drop by tablespoon fulls onto teflex sheets of dehydrator, (or cookie sheets if using your oven)
Dehydrate at 110 degrees (as close as you can come to 110 in your oven) for 8-12 hours, until they turn easily, turn & dehydrate until desired crispness
Number of Servings: 130
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user WCARTIST.
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Well these sound different, and a must try. However, are they really only barely 10 calories for 130 crackers??? Curious. - 6/1/08
Reply from WCARTIST (8/22/08)
10 calories per cracker, sorry about the mistake.