A healthy snack. Ideal for dips.
You will be the toast of the party with these easy to make crackers that can be teamed with a delicious dip. They are so versatile and tasty you can eat this party food everyday. I hope this seed crackers recipe will inspire you and be a part of your healthy lifestyle. Radha offers variations to these seed crackers as she often adapts the recipe to the retreat. It also means you never get bored of the taste as each batch can be different.
* 150g sunflower seeds
* 150g pumpkin seeds
* 70g sesame seeds
* 70g linseeds
* 70g chia seeds
* ½ tsp salt
Mix all the seeds together in a bowl and cover with about half an inch of water.
Leave to soak for about 20-30 min until the chia and linseeds have developed a slimy consistency which is binding everything together.
Now spread the mix evenly and as thin as possible onto a baking tray, lined with parchment paper. Bake in the oven for about 25-35 minutes at 150-160 °C.
Take them out and break them into large pieces, return to the oven and bake for another 20-30 minutes until crispy and slightly golden. Once they are cooled down they are ready.
They will keep if stored in an airtight container.
- Garlic: Crush or finely chop a clove of garlic and add into the seed mix once soaked.
- Herbs: Finely chop some rosemary and thyme and add into the seed mix once soaked.
- Salt: Add some flakes of sea salt on the top before you bake them.
- Chilli: Add a good pinch of chilli flakes or powder into the seed mix once soaked.
- Cumin: Add 1-2 tsps of whole cumin seeds to the seeds
A healthy habit is any behavior that benefits your physical, mental, and emotional health. These habits improve your overall well-being and make you feel good. By introducing these healthy crackers you will be tightening up your diet. Through these small changes over time will yield great results.
Our guest always feel energized and rejuvenate after a Tekne retreat in Ibiza, following our fitness programme that combines exercise and clean eating, you can take home all these ideas and adapt them to your own routines.