In what’s becoming a snacking theme, I thought I’d share with you what has become one of my go-to crackers: Real Foods Sesame Corn Thins.
A Certified Organic, GMO-free product out of Australia, the only ingredients in these addictive crackers are organic corn, organic sesame seeds, and sea salt. Somehow, these simple ingredients are pressed into thin, crunchy round cakes, similar to rice cakes but about half the thickness. The sturdy round is a perfect server for slices of cheddar cheese (I use goat milk cheddar cheese) or chevre, scoops of hummus, or, my kids’ favorite, smeared with Sunbutter and/or jam.
Wheat-free and gluten-free, these corn thins are a delicious cracker option for those who shun wheat crackers as well as for those who simply want something clean and different than regular crackers or rice cakes.
I first encountered Real Foods Sesame Corn Thins at a Shaw’s last summer in Wareham, Massachusetts, but I’ve since rediscovered the green and yellow cylinder in my local Vitamin Cottage Natural Grocer’s shelves. They are worth seeking out.
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I made my own crackers! They tasted great! I used a little millet, sesame, flax, chia, pumpkin, and sunflower seeds, a tiny bit of spelt flour to act as a glue, sesame oil, olive oil and water. Tiny amounts of the two oils and enough of the water to make it spread out easily. I added sea salt, and mix up the seasonings with each batch I make. Sometimes it’s Sage and Thyme, sometimes I used Garlic. It’s fun to experiment. Back on a low temperature on baking paper until crispy.
I know there are lots of generals. But I’m still experimenting.
Lynda- Thanks for sharing this creative recipe! I can’t wait to try it out.