Simple Homemade Soaked Crackers Recipe
After our family stopped eating conventionally prepared grains and started eating our grains soaked, soured, or sprouted, I started experimenting with and tweaking various recipes for our favorite grain products.
These days I mostly bake with sprouted spelt flour. However, when we first started on our real food journey, we were on a super-strict budget. One of the most frugal ways to properly prepare wheat flour so it becomes more easily digested is to soak the flour.
I’ve learned to make soaked pancakes, soaked waffles, and even soaked tortillas. From those soaked tortillas I came up with my simple homemade soaked crackers recipe.
My Family is Crackers for Crackers!
One of the grain products my family missed the most when we started our real food diet was crackers. Y’all. I used to think goldfish crackers were healthy. And I may or may not have eaten as many as the kiddos did.
I love to dip crackers in my chili and soups. I love crackers, cheese, pepperoni, and olives as a snack. When I learned the truth about what’s in boxed grocery store crackers, though, I knew I had to find a healthier alternative.
Fortunately I found one quickly so my family didn’t have to be sad and cracker-less. God forbid, right?
You won’t believe how easy my soaked cracker recipe is! Check it out.
Soaked Crackers Recipe
(See below for a printable version of this recipe.)
My homemade Soaked Tortillas
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
2. Using a pizza cutter, cut the tortillas into cracker-sized pieces. I make mine into triangles. You can do squares or rectangles, as well. Or, use small cookie cutters in fun shapes for the kiddos.
3. Bake for 8 minutes, or until crunchy.
4. That’s it. Seriously. Easy, right?
Print This Recipe
- My homemade Soaked Tortillas
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Using a pizza cutter, cut the tortillas into cracker-sized pieces. I make mine into triangles. You can do squares or rectangles, as well. Or, use small cookie cutters in fun shapes for the kiddos.
- Bake for 8 minutes, or until crunchy.
- That's it. Seriously. Easy, right?
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