When you’re craving something a little sweet with a nice crunch, these Keto graham crackers are the perfect way to satisfy your cravings! They’re so delicious, easy to make, and gluten-free, too.
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Keto Graham Crackers
When I think of graham crackers, I think of two things: an easy snack for the kids, and s’mores.
Well let me tell you, once you try a bite of these Keto graham crackers, you won’t think of them as just a snack for the kids anymore. They’re such a perfect combination of sweet and crunchy, you may find yourself reaching for one or two whenever your sweet tooth strikes!
As for the s’mores part? Keep reading, my friend.
These low carb graham crackers are surprisingly easy to make. They’re really just a twist on good ole fathead dough.
With mozzarella and cream cheese to mimic the texture of gluten plus almond flour and an egg for structure, we get a perfect cracker texture. Add the brown sugar substitute, vanilla, and cinnamon, and you have yourself a DELICIOUS keto treat!
Not to mention, you can knock out the prep work in about 20 minutes or less. Toss everything in the oven for another 20 minutes, and voila! Your crackers will be ready to enjoy.
It’s seriously so easy. And so delicious. You’ll wonder how you’ve gone this long without having graham crackers as a staple for satisfying your sweet tooth!
Are Keto Graham Crackers Gluten Free?
YES THEY ARE!
That’s the beauty of fathead dough (I mean, besides the fact that you can use it to make Keto pizza, copycat Cinnabon rolls, etc.) The almond flour, cheese, and egg do such a great job of mimicking traditional dough, but without the unwanted gluten or carbs.
So you can enjoy this Keto friendly, gluten free graham cracker recipe any time you’re in the mood for some delicious snacking.
What To Eat With Low Carb Graham Crackers
These sweet crackers are the perfect base for so many yummy snacks. You could even use them to put together a tasty breakfast, light lunch, or nightly dessert!
For a classic combination, just smear a little no-sugar-added peanut butter on top. This tastes like my childhood!
If you’re looking for a combination that’s great for breakfast, try adding a little cream cheese and topping it with some of my keto blueberry jam. Trust me, it’s so delicious.
But let’s take a minute and go back to what I said about graham crackers earlier. I mentioned that they always remind me of two things: a kid-friendly snack or s’mores.
Oh yes. We’re going there. We are putting together some Keto-friendly s’mores!
Just whip up my easy Keto marshmallows, toast one with a kitchen blow torch, and sandwich it between two graham crackers with a square or two of ChocZero! Talk about dessert heaven, right?
Can You Store Keto Graham Crackers?
Because fathead dough uses cheese as a primary ingredient, I definitely recommend keeping your graham crackers in the refrigerator. Store them in an airtight container, and they will stay fresh for up to 5 days.
Although, with so many delicious ways to enjoy them, I doubt they’ll last that long!
How To Make Keto Graham Crackers
Start by adding the mozzarella cheese and cream cheese to a microwave safe bowl.
Microwave the cheeses in 30 second intervals, stirring between each one, until they’re completely melted and well-combined.
In a mixing bowl, combine the almond flour, baking powder, brown sugar substitute, and cinnamon. Add the cheese dough to a mixing bowl, then knead the mixture with your hands until well incorporated.
Beat the egg and vanilla extract into the dough on high until well combined.
Chill the dough in the freezer for 30 minutes. Once it’s almost ready, preheat the oven to 350°F.
Remove the chilled dough from the freezer, place it between two pieces of parchment paper, and roll it into a rectangular shape about ¼ of an inch thick. Trim the edges with a pizza cutter or sharp knife until you have an even rectangular shape.
Cut the large dough rectangle into 8 small rectangles, then pierce each piece with the tines of a fork. This will not only prevent bubbles from forming during the baking process, but it will also give us that signature graham cracker look.
Bake the graham crackers for 15-20 minutes until they’re browned and cooked all the way through.
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- Place the mozzarella cheese and cream cheese into a microwave safe bowl. Heat the cheeses at 30 second intervals until well combined and completely melted.
- Add the cheese dough to a mixing bowl with the almond flour, baking powder, brown sugar substitute and cinnamon. Knead the mixture with your hands until well incorporated.
- Beat the egg and vanilla extract into the dough on high until well combined.
- Chill the dough in the freezer for 30 minutes.
- Roll the chilled dough out into a rectangular shape about ¼ of an inch thick between two pieces of parchment paper. Trim the edges with a pizza cutter or sharp knife until you have an even rectangular shape.
- Cut the large dough rectangle into 8 small rectangles, and pierce each one with the tines of a fork a few times to prevent bubbles from forming when baked.
- Bake 15-20 minutes until browned and cooked through.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 100Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 47mgSodium: 193mgCarbohydrates: 1gNet Carbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 6g
Nutrition is calculated using a third party plug-in. It is best to always validate!
Trina Krug is a Holistic Nutritionist, Integrative Health Coach and host of the Carbless Conversations Podcast. With a Master’s Degree in Complementary and Alternative Medicine, her single mission in life is to facilitate self-healing in herself and those around her through awareness, lifestyle shifts and low-carb eating. As a current Doctor of Science student, she continues her studies in functional nutrition.