5 Reviews

These crackers are fantastic! I eat them topped with cream cheese or even cheddar. They satisfy my craving for a bagel. I plan to try making them with a mild cheese and adding cinnamon and splenda. I will let you know how they turn out. People who follow a low carb diet know, Jani04, that eating carb-filled foods like regular crackers releases insulin into the bloodstream which, in turn, makes your body store fat instead or burning it. When you limit your carbohydrate intake your body does not produce much insulin and your body will burn the fat you eat and then the fat stored in your body's cells. Therefore you need not limit your fat intake if you are limiting your carbohydrate intake. And contrary to popular belief, low carb diets actually lower your cholesterol and triglyiceride levels. It really does work!

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simmfan August 09, 2009

This is real diet saver on a low carb diet! You can also make these in a non stick frying pan but watch carefully to flip them! My favorite thing to do with these is make a tostado size round and put low carb taco fillings on top! Yum! Tytyty for the great idea!

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Tamaralee620 May 27, 2007

My doctor just told me I was heading for diabetes and wants me to go on a low carb/diabetic diet. Only my 2nd day in and I am struggling with snack ideas until this came along. YUM!! I added just a little Olive Muffalata on top, which is also low in carbs, calories & fat. Thank you SO much...this is a keeper and you gave perfect instructions on how to make these!

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mammafishy May 20, 2014

These worked out great and taste yummy. Although I was just wondering why would people be concerned about the carb level in these 'crackers' instead of the high fat content!? I think eating a normal cracker would be healthier...

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Jani04 May 29, 2009

This turned out great... once I took the warning about "non-stick pans" seriously! You really DO need to use a good non-stick surface, (for those of you who may own baking stones, mine worked great for this I found!) but once you have that under control this recipe is a quick and easy way to please your low-carb dieters. For others who may not want to oven watch, I found I was safe to set my timer for about 7 min. and check them then. Thanks for sharing!

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Comestible Queen March 30, 2005
Low Carb Cheese Crackers