Carrot Ginger Muffins (gluten free, grain free, paleo) - Tahini & Wholegrain Mustard Paleo Crackers. Recipe: Tahini & Wholegrain Mustard Crackers How often do you make a nice babaganush or beetroot dip or slice up some lovely ham off the bone and a few gherkins and think ‘Gee, I could do with a few crackers right about now’?
There aren’t many good pre-made crackers that are paleo friendly so we often end up with carrot and celery sticks. Or how about kids school lunches? Wouldn’t be nice to put a few grain free, and nut free, crackers in your kids lunch box. These tahini and wholegrain mustard crackers are paleo friendly and contain no tree nuts. Cooking notes and variations Ingredients 3 tbsp tahini paste1 tbsp soft or slightly melted butter, ghee or coconut oil1 egg2 tbsp sesame seedspinch of salt1 tbsp wholegrain mustard2 1/2 tbsp coconut flour Instructions Preheat oven to 170 °C/338 °F.Mix tahini, butter, egg, sesame seeds, salt and mustard in a bowl until well combined. Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: about 15 minutes Makes about 15 crackers Step by step photos. » Paleo Club Crackers. My oldest daughter’s favorite food is cheddar cheese on club crackers.
The cheese part doesn’t bother me, but the cracker part does! So, I’m on the hunt for a paleo version of the club cracker. Homemade Fruit By The Foot Against All Grain. We took a road trip last week and as I was packing up snacks to keep my little guy busy during the drive, I realized that I had a few containers of berries that needed to be eaten before we left.
My son loves fruit leathers and I usually just spring for the expensive organic ones at the store, but they usually have added sugar. I’d been wanting to make them from home in my dehydrator for quite some time but just never got around to it, so this seemed like the perfect occasion. Of course, we had to do a taste test to make sure they would satisfy him on our trip. I’m always so relieved and excited when Asher eats the things I make. He’s my biggest critic, aside from my husband! If you used a SilPat, gently lift from the corner and peel off the rectangle. Shared with Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays. Wholefood Simply Snack Bars ~ Wholefood Simply. My kids are on floor in front of me doing jigsaw puzzles, or rather, my baby boy is climbing all over his sister while she does jigsaw puzzles.
It is school holidays. There is no place we need to be. I am staying home with my kids, the sun is shining, and I am sitting hear thinking to myself that this is who I am, this is what all the years have lead too; I have found my place, my purpose. This is where I belong. The moment is perfect. It has also been a morning filled with sick kids, dirty sheets, and clingy babies. My almost two year old has been on my hip for three hours, I realised if breakfast was going to happen it was going to be one handed.
Gluten Free Cheez-Its - The Lean Clean Eating Machine. Ahhh, Cheez-Its.
The golden, cheesy cracker loved by children and adults alike. Cheez-Its are great, but when you can’t eat either dairy or gluten, Cheez-Its are merely a thing of the past. Giving up gluten and dairy can be a tricky beast to tackle, especially when it means that most of your beloved favorite foods get dumped in the process, but that doesn’t have to be the case, and it is my goal to prove to you otherwise. Believe it or not, you can actually make some pretty fabulous substitutes that are not only gluten and dairy free, but also free of any artificial ingredients or preservatives (tert-Butylhydroquinone, anyone?). While making your own crackers may seem like a tedious and pointless process when you can just go out and buy some, let me assure you that these crackers are beyond easy to make and take about 30 minutes total, including baking time!
This Cheez-It recipe is a perfect snack for kids, adults, or really anyone who enjoys cheesy crackers in general. Prep time: