These Savory Crackers are made with only six staple ingredients and come together quickly. Their rich, sablé-like texture make them perfect companions to soft cheeses!
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I love to eat savory crackers as a snack with dips or with cheese, and a while back, I started experimenting with making my own from scratch. Making savory crackers from scratch not only allows me to control the amount of sodium and fat, but also to include a ton of good-for-you ingredients, such as nuts, seeds, and wholegrain flours.
I’ve created a few recipes for savory crackers over time—the Crunchy Seed Crackers I included in my cookbook French Appetizers is an all-time favorite—and I now pick and choose which crackers I make according to what I’ll serve them with.
These Savory Crackers with Nuts and Herbs are at their very best when served with soft cheeses. They’re nutty and slightly brittle, and they require only six staple ingredients: flour, water, olive oil, salt, baking powder, and nuts. The dough is quickly mixed by hand and the cookies are rolled out and baked in a matter of minutes.
I just love the rich, sablé-like texture of these savory crackers—and what’s best, they’re a healthy snack, too! They keep for up to 2 weeks in an airtight container at room temperature, which means you don’t need to wait for a special occasion to bake a batch. Make them for yourself and enjoy them for days to come.
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