Recipe For Mixed Seed Crackers

Mixed seed crackers have been all the rage this year at gym, with it being a low carbohydrate snack that is not only good for you, but tasty as well. I like mine with smoked paprika, but any spice will work. Head straight on to the recipe ♥

Sunflower Seeds, Linseeds, Pumpkin Seeds And Sesame Seeds
Sunflower Seeds, Linseeds, Pumpkin Seeds And Sesame Seeds

It really is the simple things in life that make my heart sing. When I bought my first home I really wanted a spa bath. To me, the ultimate treat is reading my book and drinking a cup of coffee while the jets do their thing. Dave was convinced we would move before the year was out, and he advised me not to replace my bath. Four years later we eventually moved down to Gordons Bay and rented a town house. We had planned on being there a year, but it took us 4 more years before we moved into the cottage. And then a lot more time went by before the house started taking shape. Eventually I got my spa bath, and weather permitting I enjoy the bliss of the bubbles. We have a solar powered geyser which is not heating to its full capacity at present. This is because we need to create heat exchanges for the hot water. To this end, in summer we will have a heated pool, and in winter the floor in our lounge and bathroom will be heated. The pool was dug, lined and filled in the second week in December and I have loved every minute of just being able to sit in it! Such a simple thing as being in water makes me so happy! What small thing makes you happy?

Mixed Seed Crackers
Mixed Seed Crackers


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Mixed Seed Crackers
 
Perfect as a school treat for children or as an after gym snack
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Ingredients
  • 125g mixed seeds, I used sunflower, pumpkin, sesame and lin -seeds
  • 165mls water
  • 1.25mls flaked salt
  • 2.5mls smoked paprika
Method
  1. Place the seeds into a bowl
  2. Add the salt and paprika and stir
  3. Add the water and cover with cling film
  4. Leave to stand for 20 minutes
  5. Preheat the oven to 160° Celsius
  6. Place the mixture onto a lined baking tray
  7. Flatten out with the back of a spatula to about 2mm thick
  8. Bake for 40 minutes
  9. Leave to cool on the tray before breaking apart
  10. Store in an air tight container

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What I blogged December 24:

I am on leave until the 11th of January. I will reply to comments on my posts when I can during the holidays. For those of you celebrating, may your Christmas holiday be a meaningful celebration.

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18 thoughts on “Recipe For Mixed Seed Crackers

  1. I recently got a recipe for these crackers from my cousin – yet to make them though.
    Have a wonderful week Tandy.
    🙂 Mandy xo
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    1. Looking forward to seeing his version Mandy 🙂

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  2. They look perfect as a post-workout snack :)!! Mniam mniam!
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    1. Thanks Agness 🙂

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  3. So lucky to have a spa bath. And wow great crakers, the actually hold together. Paprika is a great touch! I just revealed my blog new name.

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    1. I am on my way to look 🙂

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  4. Awesome! Love me a good relax in a spa bath too, and yay to a pool and heated bathroom flooring. 🙂
    So many small things make me happy, normally starts with the first sip of my morning cuppa coffee, I am also really happy when I get to crawl into my comfy bed at the end of each day too.
    Loving the mixed seed crackers, I have been trying to convince the chefs we need something like this to serve with cheese platters for our functions, will include this recipe in my campaign.
    Hope you are having an amazing holiday with family and friends. Hugs from Australia. 🙂
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    1. Thanks Anna, and hugs back to you 🙂

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  5. These crackers sound so good. I really love seeds, especially when they get nice and toasty. 🙂
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    1. Me too Krista 🙂

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  6. I love little surprises and the small pleasures in life. I hope you have a really wonderful Christmas Tandy full of great food and company 😀
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    1. Thanks Lorraine, it was full of all that, and wine 🙂

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  7. Definitely going to try these Tandy!
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    1. Hope they work out for you 🙂

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  8. Wow, I can’t believe they can hold together like this with just seeds – amazing! A gluten-free high-protein cracker is always a great find, and yours looks delicious!

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    1. Thank you Melanie 🙂

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  9. Tasty and healthy is my kind of snacks. Thanks for this great recipe. Happy Holidays!
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    1. Happy holidays to you as well 🙂

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