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3 Ingredient Gluten Free & Paleo Crackers

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3 Ingredient Paleo Crackers. This is the perfect recipe for a caveman snack. 3 simple ingredients and 10 minutes is all you need for this fantastic paleo recipe!

Crackers and hummus is one of my favorite things to snack on. Unfortunately since going paleo I haven’t been able to find any crackers that I can snack on, at least not any that won’t leave me homeless after one box.  So I decided to make my own paleo crackers.

It was incredibly easy to make these crackers. Three simple ingredients will leave you with delicious, paleo crackers that are crunchy and salty. Perfect
for hummus, dip or just by themselves.
3 Ingredient Gluten Free/Paleo Crackers

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  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 1 egg white
  • 1/8 tsp salt


  1. Preheat the oven to 325.
  2. Combine all the ingredients until you form a dough.
  3. Place dough on a piece of parchment paper and put another piece on top of that roll the dough out to about 1/8 inch thick or thinner if you want really crispy crackers.
  4. Remove the top piece of parchment paper and place the bottom piece on a cookie sheet.
  5. Score the dough with a pizza cutter into whatever size cracker you prefer.
  6. Bake for 8-10 minutes, the thinner the cracker, the less time you bake it for.
  7. Keep an eye on it the first time you make them so you don’t over bake them. They should be golden brown.

These gluten free & paleo crackers are so versatile and you can add different ingredients to spice things up. Cheese and garlic are my kids favorite (not completely paleo, but oh well) I have also tried sun dried tomato and basil and that was delicious too. I have even turned them into a crust for a paleo flatbread!3 Ingredient Paleo Crackers. This is the perfect recipe for a caveman snack. 3 simple ingredients and 10 minutes is all you need for this fantastic paleo recipe!
Hope you enjoy them as much as we do. Happy snacking!

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  1. Mom of Two says:
    I am going to have to pin this! Thanks for sharing it!
  2. They sound so easy to make. Putting this on our list to make with the kids soon. Thanks!
  3. This sounds like such a simple recipe! I have never tried almond flour; I'll have to look for that next time I'm at the store.
  4. They Sound Delicious With The Garlic & Cheese!!
  5. Hi there! I'm starting Paleo after the New year & this is perfect! I found this recipe on Pinterest. I'm a new follower of yours on Favebook & Twitter. Happy almost New Years Eve!
    1. Hi Leslie! Welcome and congrats on your decision to start a paleo diet, you will love it! What made you want to start?
  6. Shantalle LifestylesOfTheStayAtHomeMom says:
    Yum! Making tomorrow. Thanks for sharing :)
  7. Thank you for sharing on Family Fun Friday! These look delicious! Blessings!
  8. These look so good and easy to make! Thanks for linking up with Try a New Recipe Tuesday. I hope you will be able to join us this week. :-) http://our4kiddos.blogspot.com/2014/01/try-new-recipe-tuesday-january-7.html
  9. Anonymous says:
    I wonder if you add cinnamon if that will make them like a graham cracker?
  10. I think these crackers look so good! However, I wanted to just mention that hummus is on the no list for a strict paleo diet du eto the garbanzo beans. What could be a substitute for hummus?
    1. I agree these are great with salsa and quac! I know hummus is technically a no-no but sometimes I just have to have it lol!
  11. Can anyone tell me how well these keep? Do they stay crispy or do they get soggy in an air tight container? And how long before they go bad? I was thinking about doubling or tripling the recipe and packing them for a week of lunches. Thanks for any help!! I love your site!
  12. Yum! I love crackers and hummus too. I think these would be great to feed my toddler rather than processed store bought crackers.
  13. These look delicious, can't wait to try them out!
  14. These look fantastic! I can't wait to try them (I have a huge tub of hommus waiting in the fridge). My brother reacts to gluten and dairy, so I will have to share the recipe with him! Thanks. Sheree
  15. Thao @ In Good Flavor says:
    So easy and a great thing to make with the kids. Thanks for sharing.
  16. Cydnee Knoth says:
    There is nothing better than homemade crackers. Your recipe is great! Thank you for joining us at #purebloglove. We love having you join us every Thursday night at 8PM, EST through Sunday night. ~Cydnee
  17. Does anyone know what type of paleo flour can be substituted for almond flour with a 1:1 ratio. My family is allergic to almonds and so many paleo recipes call for it. I have been playing around with tapioca flour instead of almond flour but I am not having any success. thanks so much!
    1. Hey Nicole! I have had great success substituting sunflower seed flour for almond flour in most paleo recipes :)
  18. Wow, simple and low carb! I can't wait to try these with brie!
  19. I just made these and they are the best!! Will make going Paleo MUCH easier. Paired with cauliflower hummus, & so good! Thank you for posting!
  20. I just found this recipe recently and I had to tell you that I LOVE it! It's so easy, I don't even need to look at the recipe! I also LOVE all your flatbread recipes! Thank you so much!
    1. Oh my gosh! Thank you so much!! I'm so glad to hear that you like them, that's music to my ears :)
  21. Amanda West says:
    I bought some cranberry goat cheese yesterday and didn't want all that junk that can be in gluten free bread and crackers. Looked up homemade crackers on Pinterest and this one seemed perfect. And wow! So good. It was the perfect taste to spread my cranberry goat cheese on. Thank you so much! Simple, quick and so tasty. Nothing beats homemade anything!
  22. Jane Dula Petersen says:
    These crackers sound so good and versatile and easy. For anonymous....I wonder if substituting coconut flour would make a sweeter cracker like graham crackers. Maybe adding a little coconut sugar for a dessert cracker. The options seem endless. Anonymous suggested cinnamon....sounds fantastic!
    1. Thanks Jane! Coconut flour won't work in the recipe unfortunately, but you could certainly sprinkle it with some coconut sugar and cinnamon to a get a sweeter version :)

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