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Herbed Garlic Crackers (gluten free)

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With a gentle hint of rosemary and thyme, these Herbed Garlic Crackers contain no butter and contain flax and coconut oil in their nutrient-heavy, ingredient list.

Herbed Garlic Crackers, Creminelli And Starbucks

I’d be lying if I said my daughter picked up her organization skills from me.
You see, I’m that person that makes lists and loses them or highlights stuff and forgets why they were highlighted!
However, somewhere down the line, my daughter became uber-organized!
This child not only uses different colored markers in her textbooks, but she even color codes and tabs her notes!

Herbed Garlic Crackers, Creminelli And Starbucks

When she knows we are going on a trip, she will Google and Yelp her way through what we should be doing and where we should be going. And then, proceed to put it all in an Excel spreadsheet! No lie!
This year we are planning on taking a trip across The Pond to Europe and her uber-organized self has been thrilled at the concept of more organizing!
Not only has she Excel-spreadsheeted all our activities, but she been researching European customs and habits too.
And, in the process, she informed me that we need to only drink black coffee after lunch (wait…what???) and get in the habit of having a mid-afternoon snack!

Herbed Garlic Crackers, Creminelli And Starbucks

Now, my Sri Lankan parents were no strangers to a mid afternoon snack due to the British and Portuguese influence in Sri Lanka. In fact, they would often enjoy a warm cuppa and a sweet or savory treat after work and before dinner time. So, getting re-accustomed to tea time is mighty easy for me. Easier than trying to keep my organization skills on par with my daughter’s, I must add!

In keeping with my daughter’s wishes, I’ve started grabbing a Creminelli Fine Meats™ Felino and Manchego Snack Tray on my way home after those mornings I spend working from my corner office with a view at Starbucks. Working from home can get a bit dull, so I venture to Starbucks every now and then for a change of scenery. Somedays, I pair that Creminelli Fine Meats™ Felino and Manchego Snack Tray with these gluten-free, Herbed Garlic Crackers and a warm Starbucks Mocha for a highly enjoyable protein snack in the afternoon!

Herbed Garlic Crackers, Creminelli And Starbucks

Creminelli hopes to bring the European tradition of a mid-afternoon snack to America in a convenient and accessible snack that is protein-packed, gluten-free, and synthetic nitrate free. Felino and Manchego packs make food pairing easy. Traditional in the Emilia-Romagna region, all-natural, mild Felino salami pairs well with nutty Manchego (PDO) cheese that is imported from Spain and made with milk without added rBST. Recyclable, Creminelli Snack Trays are perfect to take along on long commutes, road trips, to outdoor concerts and as quick snacks or meals.

By the way, you can use your Starbucks app to order Creminelli products prior to in-store pickup, for your convenience.

Herbed Garlic Crackers, Creminelli And Starbucks

So, are you ready to join my daughter and I and get your mid-afternoon snack on with the Creminelli Fine Meats™ Felino and Manchego Snack Tray at Starbucks and these Herbed Garlic Crackers?
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Herbed Garlic Crackers, Creminelli And Starbucks

Herbed Garlic Crackers

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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Author: Shashi
With a gentle hint of rosemary and thyme, these Herbed Garlic Crackers contain no butter and contain flax and coconut oil in their nutrient-heavy, ingredient list.


  • 3/4 cup Brown rice flour
  • 1/2 cup ground flaxseed
  • 1 clove garlic - smashed and chopped fine
  • 3/4 tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp chopped fresh rosemary
  • 1/8 tsp chopped fresh thyme
  • 4 tbsp water
  • 5 tbsp coconut oil solid not melted


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  • Add brown rice flour, flaxseed, and salt to a bowl and stir
  • Add in the coconut oil, water, garlic, rosemary, and thyme and mix well.
  • Form into a ball and using a rolling pin, roll out the dough pretty thin. Using a cookie cutter of your choice, cut into shapes or use a knife and cut into slices.
  • Place shapes on parchment lined baking tray and bake for 15 minutes
  • Let cool and enjoy with Creminelli Fine Meats™ Felino and Manchego Snack Tray
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  1. Emma Sivewright says:

    Savory Spin offers a variety of gluten-free and vegan spin on old-fashioned garlic and cheese crackers. Our herbed garlic crackers are made with fresh, quality ingredients and are perfect for any snack or meal.
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  2. Love the new brand! and the new recipe. Love little crispy crackers and gluten-free even better. Your daughter maybe can get you and I all both sorted. I have little honey do lists all over the place…

  3. Funmi says:

    How sweet is this post. Glad yourself and daughter share this time together.
    This garlic crackers certainly look interesting and worth a try. Thanks for sharing.

    Funmi x

  4. I need to work on my organization skills! I go through phases where I’m good with it and then where I’m just horrible. This looks like the perfect snack to me!

  5. Catherine says:

    Dear Shashi, I can completely relate- always leaving the grocery list at home, searching for my reading glasses only for my daughter to point out that they are on my head- or worse, that I’m wearing them, or my personal favorite, saving up all those Bed Bath coupons for months then forgetting to bring them with me when I do go! More so than a lack of organization though, I think it’s more that we’re so overwhelmed and rarely give ourselves a break. That is why I am all for this! Bring back the midday snack break…I love the sound of these crackers especially paired with these wonderful snack trays. I never knew Starbucks had these…what a fabulous idea! Wishing you a very relaxing weekend dear! xo, Catherine (p.s. I love the new header!)

  6. I am really really impressed. Your daughter’s organization skills are awesome, Shashi. These herbed garlic crackers look really delicious. Love how beautifully you have combined the rice flour and flaxseed. Healthy, delicious and full of yummy flavors.

  7. LOL. Yep, same kinda thing happens to me too! Sometimes I have too many lists lying around and I don’t even know which order I should be looking at the lists. Haha. The sound of your daughter’s organization is awesome! Also, WOW!!! I’m so excited for your trip! Y’all are gonna have such an amazing time–especially with your daughter organizing the thing! Now the idea of getting used to having these delish GF crackers in the afternoon–that I can totally get on board with! Send me a nice, big batch? 😉 Hope y’all have a great weekend! xo

  8. Khushboo says:

    These crackers are awesome- can’t believe you made them!! Firstly a huge congrats on the new blog direction Shachi- love the name you’ve chosen! A trip to Europe sounds mega exciting- what places are on your itinerary?

  9. Kelly says:

    Love your new name and site, Shashi! And your daughter’s organization skills are awesome! I’d totally join you guys for a mid-afternoon snack if a plate of these yummy crackers are involved!

  10. Ben Maclain says:

    Wow, your daughter’s organization skills do sound impressive, indeed! I’d love to say we’re on the same page here, but the truth is I am not well organized outside of my work. Well, I do love colorful labels too, but they aren’t connected to the specific categories. Just look beautiful:) I’ve been loving savory cookies and biscuits more than sweet ones lately, so these guys are totally for me. Rosemary and thyme? Yes, yes, yes!

  11. these crackers look so perfect!!!! snacking is definitely a big part of our culture too so this will be perfect for tea time.

  12. I so wish I had your daughter’s organizational skills. I lose every list I make. . .these crackers look FABULOUS! Totally delicious and perfect for snacking :).

  13. Taylor Kiser says:

    Your daughter’s organizational skills are very impressive! And so are these crackers! They look perfect for snacking! Love that you used garlic, rosemary and thyme to flavor these! They sound so delicious!

  14. I aspire to your daughter’s organizational skills. But I’m probably too old and too lazy, so I’ll just aspire to making these wonderful looking crackers instead. These look terrific — thanks.

  15. allie says:

    WOW!!! Everything looks great, from the Starbucks to the Creminelli meat tray to the fine snacks. The crackers are just beautiful and I’m a big rosemary fan. Scrumptious! I am so excited to hear about your hop skip and a jump across the pond this summer. YAY YAY YAY! And glad you have some one organized along for the ride. Ha ha. I am the disorganized one in our house and I rely on those with organizational skills to keep me upright and where I belong. Starbucks helps with that too, ha ha. Love afternoon tea – we have relatives in England and so we need to brush up on our afternoon tea skills as well and plan a trop someday. My Jonathan is thinking about studying abroad in London one semester down the road, so he will need to brush up on his skills too. Wishing you ALL THE BEST on this wonderful adventure ahead – the planning and anticipation is half the fun!! I am so excited for you. XOXO

  16. GiGi Eats says:

    I am a savorryyyyyyy kinda girl, so these crackers SPEAK TO ME. I love the crunchity crunch too! And throwing some meat on top – are you trying to make me DROOOOOLLLLL until I become dehydrated?! And these are ALMOST something I can wolf down!!!!!!! I remember I used to make flax crackers with my mom when I was younger and we would then devour our whole recipe and get SOOOOOOOOO bloated – LOL!

  17. Love your new site, Shashi! Wow, your daughter is SUPER organized! I try to stay as organized as I can and sometimes stay on track and then there’s other times when there’s pieces of paper EVERYWHERE and I don’t know if I’m coming or going! And, I swear, every time I leave the door I have a bazillion things to take with me.
    I’m sure you are going to have a fabulous trip! So exciting!! You know you’re definitely going to have fish n chips, right? With lots and lots of vinegar 🙂 I love having a mid afternoon snack (and mid morning….hehehe), so I’m totally picking up what you’re throwing down here, girl. These crackers sound (and look) delicious and those meats are right up my alley! Making me hungry right about now. Cheers, my friend! xo

  18. Man, those Europeans really know how to snack right, don’t they?? I love the idea of a Manchego + Felino snack in the mid-afternoon. Heck, I could go for that snack mid-morning and be perfectly happy! But speaking of Lil Shashi’s organization skillz…don’t tell her, but I am the exact same way when it comes to planning big trips! Heck, planning is half the fun in my opinion! Plus, you don’t want to get there and then realize you missed out on something really cool just because you didn’t do some research in advance. I can’t wait to hear about that trip…and see pics, too, of course! 🙂 Love these crackers. Homemade crackers really are the best!

  19. Platter Talk says:

    You know that I love any kind of cracker and homemade is always the best.

  20. Emily says:

    The salami and cheese sounds like a perfect snack on the go and your crackers look so delicious. I love all the ingredients, very healthy!

  21. Diana says:

    These garlic herb crackers look and sound amazing! I would love to have a couple (or more) with some cheese! yum!

  22. These crackers look really wholesome. I love the combo of brown rice flour and flaxseed. Nice colour and flavour.

  23. These look super healthy. I bet they would taste amazing with cheese and pickle

  24. Ha! Your daughter sounds a lot like my best friend, who often leaves me wondering how it’s possible to be so organized (I’m slightly envious). Oh and thanks for reminding me that I need to make some cracker soon–it’s been way too long since I’ve enjoyed homemade crackers!