6 Reviews

These are great!!! I used Bob's All Purpose GF Flour and they turned out really well. I rolled mine out on parchment paper, scored them and stuck the whole thing on a cookie sheet...made it much easier. I will be making these many times!!! Thank you.

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jbronwynne March 25, 2010

Instead of rolling out the dough, I divided it into several balls and used a tortilla press with wax paper dusted with GF flour. This allowed me to get them uniformly thin.These were okay for a gluten free cracker. They tasted more like a pie crust than a cracker, however. I think I will actually use this recipe to make a savory pie crust for things like chicken pot pie.

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Kate J October 01, 2010

OMG! I have been wishing (for a long time) for a simple, easy and tasty cracker to make . . . . thank you so much. I found the dough consistency quite sticky but found that adding a little flour each time I rolled it out helped, am going to try them with fresh rosemary next time. Thanks so much :)

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Sonic's Mom July 25, 2009

The crackers tasted great but I had a lot of problems rolling out the dough. Looking at the reviews, I should have read the second one before rolling out the whole batch at once. Nice work! ;-)

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Latin Chef;-) April 10, 2009

Oh my but these were good. I agree, the thinner the better, but the are quick and easy and so close to a soda cracker that I'm trying again with a gf mix that uses sweet-rice flour in place of rice flour and if it doesn't work I won't really mind. I divided the dough and refrigerated half: Still turned our excellent. Thanks so very much!

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tgchi (Mare) January 30, 2009

These are good. I liked them warm from the oven and when they cooled. They are the closest thing to a saltine I've tasted since becoming GF. The dough was sticky. I found it easier to work with when it had dried out a bit ( I went to the store and left it sitting on the counter. :) ) It was easier for me to take a small ball of the dough and place it on the cookie sheet and then roll it out, etc. The thinner you roll it the crispier the cracker - which I think was better. They hold together well so you could use them with a variety of dips. Thank you for another yummy recipe. It encourages me to try other cracker recipes.

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mfb December 18, 2008
Gluten Free Soda Crackers