3 Reviews

I made this as directed, and used salt as the seasoning. I wish this recipe called for exact amounts rather than "heaping Tablespoons" because it is too vague. Couldn't you have weighed the ingredients? I used the lower end of the recommended amount of water and allowed the mix to sit for more than 5 minutes before spreading onto a baking sheet, but even then my crackers ended up being paper-thin and more brittle even than kale chips. The flavor is fine but they are too thin and can't hold up to anything, never mind a spread or dip.

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vsokolova January 17, 2014

I love the idea, but the product was incredibly dry with a strange taste.
I really wanted to like these, but I ended up throwing them out. :(

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margojnab January 26, 2012

This is quite good. I have diverticulosis so need fiber everyday. I bought the fiber crackers with psyllium husks, but it was quite pricey. This is great. I added a little apple sauces and cinnamon and about a Tablespoon of sugar. This made a great cracker for the kids.

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erikbohlin September 04, 2009
Low Carb Psyllium-Flax Cracker/Chips (Soy-Free!)