These easy low carb Tamari Seaweed Flax Crackers are healthy and flavorful! They are savory and satisfying!
Many moons ago I went through a raw vegan phase. I found it to be a lot of planning, and I missed many of my favorite foods.
Since being diagnosed with gluten intolerance around six years ago, I have missed bagels terribly. If you miss everything bagels, like me, you should check out my Everything Bagel Flax Crackers.
It is really easy to make your own flax crackers, and you can control what goes in them. By dehydrating flax crackers instead of baking them, you keep more of their nutrients.
Besides dehydrating crackers, I have also dehydrated fruits and vegetables and made Salt and Vinegar Zucchini Chips.
Dehydrators are a great way to use up your produce. If you are a gardener and have a proliferation of squash, a dehydrator can quickly become your best friend.
They are like slow cookers, in that you set and forget it. Yes, you will hear their quiet hum in the background, but there's no need to watch over the dehydrating process. You put your recipe in the dehydrator, and twelve to twenty-four hours later, it's done!
Since I love both brown rice seaweed crackers and brown rice tamari crackers, I thought I would combine the two into Tamari Seaweed Flax Crackers. I love to use flax seeds in crackers because they are so healthy. I also love their crunchy texture.
These Tamari Seaweed Flax Crackers have a salty savory flavor. They go well with guacamole, hummus, or even almond butter. I especially like them with vegan cream cheese.
These dehydrated flax crackers are low-carb - perfect for a keto diet. Another flax recipe to try is my Chocolate Flaxseed Oatmeal.
❤️ Why You'll Love Them
- They are healthy and flavorful.
- They are simple and easy to make.
- They are an easy set-it-and-forget-it recipe.
- Flax seeds: Get gelatinous in liquid. I used a combination of brown flax seeds and golden flax seeds. You could use all one or the other.
- Tamari: I used low-sodium gluten-free tamari because I like to control the amount of sodium. You could also use soy sauce, liquid aminos, or coconut aminos.
- Nori: I used nori sheets that I crumbled into the flax mixture. You could leave it out.
This is an overview of the ingredients. To see the full list of ingredients with measurements and instructions, see the recipe card at the bottom of this post.
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Step 1: To a bowl add flax seeds, tamari, and water. Let sit.
Step 2: Add crumbled nori. Mix well.
Step 3: Spoon a tablespoonful of mixture onto a Teflon-lined dehydrator sheet. Repeat with the rest of the mixture.
Step 4: Dehydrate in a dehydrator for 24-28 hours, flipping halfway through.
👩🏻🍳 Recipe FAQs
These dehydrated flax crackers are made with two different types of flaxseeds, tamari, and nori.
These crackers will last several weeks in an airtight container in the pantry.
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Tamari Seaweed Flax Crackers
- Soak flaxseeds and tamari in water for at least an hour. Next, add nori. Mix thoroughly.
- Spoon 1 heaping tablespoonful per cracker on a Teflon sheet at 110°F for 24-28 hours, or until crispy. Turn over halfway through the dehydrating process so that they dehydrate faster.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.