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Buckwheat Beet & Flaxseed Crackers

These crispy, gluten free, crackers are a wonderful treat, either with a dip or even with a hot cup of sweet, milky tea.

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Welcome to the second installment of the Beetified Blogger Series! I kicked this series off in February with a “beetified” (short for beetroot fortified) version of David @ Spiced’s Baked Powdered Sugar Doughnuts. If you are new here and are wondering what this whole “beetified” shebang is, well, just for fun – every month or two, I pick a recipe of a fellow blogger’s, and replicate it using …beets – pretty simple, huh?

And, today, I am sharing a beetified version of Asha @ Food Fashion Party’s Buckwheat/Flaxseed Spicy Crackers on here. When I first started blogging and my blog was being read by my daughter and sister only, Asha was one of the first to come along and offer encouragement and support along the way through her kind comments and emails. I have never met Asha, but over the last (almost) two years, I’ve gotten to know her and admire her and so value her part in my life. Of course, I have had to wear a bib every time I visited her space because…well…I’ll just let you decide when you visit her blog and feast your eyes on her Orange Saffron Madeleines, or, her Shortbread Cookies Stuffed With Nuts and Coconut!

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In my version of Asha’s Buckwheat/Flaxseed Spicy Crackers, I chose to leave the “spicy” out and omitted the green chilies; I also left the agave out as I took these to share with my mom, and as my mom is diabetic, she cannot have any added sugar. I added in a tad bit of beets, and, replaced the regular salt with Himalayan salt and I must say these were a hit with my daughter and mom, who decided to breakout her stash of Horseradish Hummus to go with these crackers! Just so good!

Do y’all happen to have a recipe y’all would like to offer up to be beetified? 

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Buckwheat Beet & Flaxseed Crackers

Buckwheat Beet & Flaxseed Crackers

These crispy, gluten free, vegan crackers are a delight to eat - y'all gotta whip up a batch to enjoy plain or with a dip

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup buckwheat flour
  • 1/2 cup flaxseed meal
  • 1/4 cup almond meal
  • 2 cloves garlic - finely chopped
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 1/2 teaspoon Himalayan salt
  • 2 tablespoons beet puree, I roasted my beets and blended them into a puree
  • 2 tablespoons water

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 325
  2. Add all the ingredients -except water and beets- into a bowl and mix well
  3. Then add the water and beets and mix (I used my hands) into a stiff dough. Let it rest for 15 minutes.
  4. Roll the dough out pretty thinly onto a parchment lined board and using a pizza cutter or a knife, cut into any shape you desire.
  5. Place shapes/crackers onto a parchment lined baking tray and bake for 22-25 minutes
  6. (Asha's note: If you want crispier crackers, turn off the oven and leave the cracker in the oven for another hour.)

Did you make this recipe?

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And…so…I also happen to have some other news to share…

Over this past weekend…this happened…

The story behind the ring is long – actually 12 years long! So I am going to give y’all the CliffsNotes version. The chap who gave me this ring (let’s call him JWB) came into my daughter’s and my life about 12 years ago. He accepted me and my daughter into his life and heart, and we were married for 6 of those 12 years. But, I let immaturity and the world get in our way, and, things took a turn for the worst and we parted ways. But, he kept in touch with my parents inspite of the divorce. And, inspite of the divorce, every birthday my daughter and I had, there was always a present from him on our doorstep. Last February, when I was standing outside my dad’s hospital room, trying to digest the news that the doc had delivered that he had 6 months to a year to live, JWB showed up and helped me move my dad to a nursing home – and, well…when we realized that the hurt and anger had dissipated, we decided to give us another go…and…this happened!

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Thursday 23rd of April 2015

CONGRATS SHASHI!!! So happy for you! He is one lucky fellow!! xoxo

Kim

Wednesday 22nd of April 2015

WooHoo!!! I'm behind but huge congratulations, Shashi!!! I'm so excited for you and hope that you, your daughter and JWB are all very happy!!!

Shashi

Thursday 23rd of April 2015

Thanks so very much Kim!

mayihavethatrecipe

Tuesday 21st of April 2015

Congratulations! Happy for you! Love how you Beatified these crackers, can wait to try them. I really enjoy making home made crackers.

Shashi

Thursday 23rd of April 2015

Thank you so much!

Kumar's Kitchen

Tuesday 21st of April 2015

We are so happy for you Shashi....wishing you both a lovely,happy relationship full of joy!!! :-) We feel sorry for your father and can know exactly what hard times you have been through (we have had similar experiences with our parents years before).... these beet crackers are definitely for keeps...we are always thrilled looking at all these yummy,healthy creations in your adorable blog....they are a real inspiration...it is summer now and we are in for all kinds of crackers and dips...this is going to be a favorite,thanks so much & Have A Lovely Day! :-)

Shashi

Thursday 23rd of April 2015

Thank you so very much Kumar's Kitchen! Hope y'all have a lovely week!