33 Crave-able Keto Crackers Recipes
Crackers are the true workhorse of the snacking world. Whether you’re piling them high with cheese, putting them into a bowl of chowder, or just need a quick handful to get you through the afternoon, these crunchy snacks are everywhere. But so few store brands are Keto friendly!
When I went Keto, I didn’t want to give up crackers full stop, but I needed a way to make them work for my new lifestyle. That’s why I created this list of over 30 Keto-friendly cracker recipes.
Perfect on a party platter or an easy mid-afternoon snack, these recipes are sure to please both friends and family. From savory garlic and parmesan flaxseed crackers to plantain crackers to crave-able cheddar crisps, there are recipes on this list to suit any palate (I’ve even included a few recipes for kale crackers!)
Check out these baked crackers that’ll keep you in ketosis:
Here are just a few of the Keto Crackers Recipes we’ve included:
- Keto Italian Flaxseed Crackers
- Keto Garlic Chia Crackers
- Keto Graham Crackers
- Coconut Flour Crackers
- Garlic and Rosemary Plantain Crackers
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Keto Crackers With Seeds and Flaxseeds
It’s wise to get more flax in your diet. Registered Nurse Tana Amen, RN says, “Compared to other plants, flaxseed (but not oil) is extremely rich in compounds called ligands, which have antioxidant and plant estrogen properties. Flaxseed-derived ligands have been shown to reduce blood sugar and may also help combat some forms of cancer.”
– Keto Summit
Ingredients: flaxseeds, water, garlic powder, onion powder, Italian seasoning, salt.
This Keto Italian Flaxseed Recipe is chock full of flavor. With just a little Italian seasoning, garlic powder, and onion powder, you’ll have the perfect soup-ready cracker in no time.
– Keto Summit
Ingredients: chia or flax meal, egg, chia seeds, garlic powder, salt.
Crackers on a ketogenic diet? Not only is it possible with this keto garlic chia crackers recipe, it’s easy. And they’re downright delicious. Or you can also try other crunchy keto snacks from this 32 keto chip recipes list perfect for cravings.
– Savory Lotus
Photo Credit: Katja from Savory Lotus
Ingredients: raw sunflower seeds, raw pumpkin seeds, raw sesame seeds, nutritional yeast, coconut oil, filtered water, unrefined sea salt.
Cheese is something that people living dairy-free for health or allergy reasons can miss, so these delicious low carb and tasty crackers could be a good alternative. They get their ‘cheese’ flavor from nutritional yeast which is rich in nutrients and boosts their savory taste. These can be served as a snack on their own, with a dip or crumbled over soups and stews.
– Ditch The Carbs
Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs
Ingredients: sesame seeds, linseed, sunflower, almonds, psyllium husks, salt, warm water.
Although these low carb crackers are really crunchy and delicious, they are completely gluten-free and packed with nutrition from the seeds. These are easy to make and can be served with dips, guacamole or paté or paired with some slices of deli meat for a light lunch. If you like your crackers to have a bit of heat you can add in some chili flakes.
– All Day I Dream About Food
Ingredients: sunflower seeds, chia seeds, parmesan, fresh rosemary, garlic powder, baking powder, egg, butter, kosher salt.
If you have been missing out on crunchy snacks while following a ketogenic diet, these delicious little crackers can be the answer. These ones are nut and grain-free, so would be perfect for anyone who has allergies. As a lot of schools have banned nut products to avoid allergic reactions, these would also be a great idea for kids’ lunchboxes.
– The Nourished Caveman
Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman
Ingredients: flax seeds, avocado, red onion, lime juice, kale, Celtic sea salt.
It is always great when you hit on your favorite keto recipe for healthy crackers that don’t upset your food plan, and these ones could be yours! They are crunchy and savory and can be eaten on their own or with a paté or mousse. They have a lovely green color because of the kale and avocado, so these would be a great idea for serving on St. Patrick’s Day!
– I Breathe I’m Hungry
Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry
Ingredients: ground flax seeds, chia seeds, eggs, shredded cheddar (extra sharp), garlic powder, salt, pepper.
When I made these the first time, I cut them too thick and they weren’t as good, so I recommend you cut them thinner and that way they can be used as crackers. They have a lovely crunch and the cheese gives a great savory flavor, but this is a low carb recipe you can play around with. Try adding some heat from Tabasco or use different types of cheese till you find your favorite ingredients.
– Low Carb Yum
Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum
Ingredients: flaxseed meal, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, salt, water.
If you are like me and prefer your low carb crackers with a little hint of cheese then this recipe is for you! They are crisp and so full of flavor and are quite easy to make. The thinner you can roll the mixture, the crisper they will be, so take your time to get it right. These can be used as a snack with cheese or dip or could be served with paté as an appetizer for a dinner party.
– Keto Diet App
Ingredients: ground almonds, flax seeds or flax meal, rosemary, onion powder, baking soda, extra virgin olive oil, egg, sea salt or pink Himalayan salt, black pepper.
This delicious keto-compliant recipe gives you crackers with a denser texture but they are still quite light and really low carb. If you don’t have onion powder, you could use a different flavoring instead – garlic works well here. They will keep for a few days in an airtight container. If you don’t have a cookie cutter you can simply use a pizza wheel to make them square.
– I Breathe I’m Hungry
Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry
Ingredients: ground (or milled) flaxseeds, eggs, grated parmesan or romano cheese, fresh rosemary, sea salt or kosher salt.
Ground flaxseed can make a great alternative to flour if you have to avoid wheat in your diet and these delicious little crackers can be eaten on their own, with cheese or with a homemade dip. Flaxseed is low in carbohydrates so these crackers would fit with several diet plans and they are also gluten-free. No need to miss out on crunch when you are eating healthy!
Keto Crackers With Almond Flour
– Keto Summit
Ingredients: almond flour, flax meal, erythritol, cinnamon powder, baking powder, egg, ghee, salt.
You’ll be thankful for this keto graham crackers recipe the next time you’re sitting around the bonfire and s’mores are mentioned!
– The Iron You
Ingredients: egg, chia seeds, almond meal/flour, grated Parmesan cheese, sea salt, ground black pepper.
When you are following a food regime like a ketogenic diet, it can be difficult to get things like crackers to satisfy your need for crunch, so this recipe would come in very handy! The crackers have a lovely crunch and a rich, cheesy flavor and they store quite well in an airtight container. I serve these low carb lovelies on film nights with a dip or crumbled over salads and soups to give a bit of extra texture.
– Our Paleo Life
Ingredients: almond flour, egg, olive oil, salt, basil, thyme, oregano, onion powder, garlic powder.
Often on a specific diet, you can miss out on the crunch! These paleo crackers give it all back and more! The herbs used here give them a lovely flavor that would go well with salsa or other dips, but they can also be made in different flavors. One idea would be to use paprika to spice things up – this makes a great partner for pork dishes and barbecue sauces.
– Paleo on a Budget
Ingredients: almond flour, eggs, water, fresh rosemary, garlic powder, salt, pepper.
These paleo and keto-friendly crackers look so tasty and come out a lovely golden shade. They would make a great option for serving with dip or salsa when you are entertaining guests, or if you like crackers with your chili. If you prefer, these can be made sweeter by using cinnamon and honey instead, but the recipe is so versatile that you could experiment using different herb combinations like parsley and sage.
– Elana’s Pantry
Ingredients: blanched almond flour, egg, sea salt, ground black pepper.
This must be one of the simplest cracker recipes ever as it only involves four ingredients. This also cuts down on the cost, so these would be perfect if you are working on a tight budget. You can also mix the dough by hand if you don’t have a food processor and it works just as well. This recipe is so adaptable – just have fun adding different flavors and herbs to make these your own personal low carb snack.
– Holistically Engineered
Ingredients: almond flour, sea salt, coconut oil, egg, rosemary, black pepper.
Making your own homemade crackers can actually work out quite a bit cheaper than buying low carb ones in the store and the best advantage is that you can control what ingredients you use. These are perfect for snacks or as nibbles at a drinks party and your friends would be so impressed if you make your own crackers! This recipe makes about thirty-six of them, so you can have tasty snacks whenever you need them.
– Nutrition For Us
Ingredients: almond flour, flaxseed meal, baking powder, onion powder, salt, cheddar cheese, jalapeños, butter, egg, kosher salt.
If you like cheesy crackers but need to keep things low in carbohydrates this recipe will suit you really well. They are baked with the cheese already in the mixture and they have a bit of a kick from the jalapeño, but it’s up to you how much you use. Remember that most gluten-free crackers will crisp up as they cool, so try and let them cool completely before you serve them.
– Damy Health
Ingredients: garlic, virgin coconut oil, dry curd cottage cheese, salt, almond flour, dried chives, vegan cheese or parmesan.
Here is another fantastic grain and gluten-free cracker recipe so you can treat your family to homemade snacks while keeping them on the healthy eating path. You can add in some parmesan to boost the cheese flavor or use a vegan cheese if you have vegan friends or family members. You can use these delicious crackers to serve along with soups for a bit of added texture.
– Low Carb Simple
Ingredients: almond flour, fresh organic chives, full-fat sour cream, unrefined sea salt or Himalayan salt, garlic powder.
This is the best cracker recipe for people who can’t eat eggs as it is totally egg-free! You still get crunchy crackers that are very low in carbohydrates and calories and would be good to have as a snack if you are trying to watch your weight. If you can find Himalayan salt you will find it gives a milder saltiness than traditional sea salt, but the choice is up to you!
– Healy Eats Real
Photo Credit: Hannah from Healy Eats Real
Ingredients: almond flour, dried basil, dried oregano, dried thyme, dried rosemary, butter, purified water, sea salt.
In this wonderful paleo gluten-free cracker recipe, the mix of herbs used gives them a real depth of flavor and they can fill the need for crunch in your diet! These crackers taste so good you can enjoy them on their own, but they would also make great party food served with a dip of your choice. Store these for a few days in an airtight container if you have any left to store!
Keto Crackers With Coconut Flour
– Divalicious Recipes
Ingredients: coconut flour, chia seeds, coconut oil, boiling water, salt.
Chia seeds are becoming very popular in low carb cooking and they work really well in these great homemade crackers as they add a crunch and give them a speckled appearance. This is another adaptable recipe that will allow you to choose whatever flavoring you like, depending on what you are serving these with. For example, garlic and oregano taste great if you are serving these with cheese.
– Wallflower Kitchen
Ingredients: ground almonds, cheddar cheese, parmesan cheese, butter, egg, salt, black pepper, mixed herbs, garlic powder, paprika, coconut flour.
As a kid, I can remember the joy of being allowed Mini Cheddars as a special treat and I have always loved them, so I was super-excited to see this recipe! Now I can reproduce my favorites but still keep things low carb and grain-free. Kids’ snacks are notoriously unhealthy, so these ones could help to make sure they are getting all the nutrition they need but without any added sugar.
– Gourmande In The Kitchen
Ingredients: almond meal, ground flax meal, shelled hemp seeds, coconut flour, sea salt, unsalted butter, egg white.
You know those moments when you get ‘the munchies’ and you need a quick crunchy snack but don’t want to break the diet rules? Crackers can be your answer! These ones are so easy to make and can satisfy the need for crunch but still keep the carbs as low as possible. These can be great to take to work for a busy day as they can help keep you going till dinner!
Ingredients: water, ground golden flax, almonds, kale, raw coconut flour, nutritional yeast, chipotle, smoked paprika, Himalayan salt, pepper.
If you are lucky enough to have a dehydrator, you can enjoy the fresh flavors of the raw kale and the cheese-like taste of the nutritional yeast in these delicious low carb crackers. These can be baked in the oven, but the nutritional values will drop and the flavors won’t be as intense. These have a little bit of heat from the chipotle and a lovely smoky taste from the paprika.
– Sugar Free Mom
Ingredients: cheddar Jack cheese, cream cheese, egg, butter, coconut flour, salt, smoked paprika, onion powder, garlic powder.
The little crackers in this keto recipe are the best I have ever had! They are nut, grain and gluten-free and are little crunchy bites of cheesy goodness! They are quite easy to make and are the perfect nibble to serve at a party or on film or game nights. You can add herbs or a bit of spice if you like – cayenne and paprika work well in this recipe.
– Coconut Flour Recipes
Ingredients: egg, coconut flour, salt, grass-fed butter, cheddar cheese.
This is quite a simple recipe but the cheesy crackers it produces are absolutely fantastic! They make the ideal snack for adults and children alike as they are gluten-free and low carb and much healthier than store-bought crackers. They can be made in under thirty minutes then left to cool and they are a great snack to make for traveling or to put in your lunchbox.
– The Candida Diet
Ingredients: coconut flour, golden flaxseed meal, salt, coconut oil, coconut milk.
With only a few ingredients, these low carb crackers are simple to make and don’t cost too much either. The recipe shows you how to roll some of the mixtures to make grissini and these would be a really impressive side to serve with soup at a dinner party or as a snack with dips. Full of healthy fats from the coconut oil, these are a great healthy snack to make for the whole family.
Other Keto Crackers
– A Girl Worth Saving
Photo Credit: Kelly from A Girl Worth Saving
Ingredients: cheddar cheese, sliced pepperoni.
If you really fancy the flavors of pizza but can’t be bothered making your own, why not satisfy the pizza craving with these delicious little snacks! Cheesy and full of taste, these would be great to serve at a party or just to enjoy by yourself to keep you going till dinner. These tasty keto snacks are a family favorite in our house and loved by even the littlest members of the family!
– Maria Mind Body Health
Ingredients: shelled sunflower seeds, parmesan cheese, water.
This keto recipe gives you tasty little gluten-free crackers that you can enjoy as a snack or crumbled over soups or salads to add a lovely crunch. If you don’t want to use added sunflower seeds on top before baking, you could change them for a different type of seed or simply sprinkle on some Himalayan salt or sea salt. These crispy snacks get crunchier as they cool, so cool them completely before serving.
– Autoimmune Wellness
Ingredients: green plantains, coconut oil, fresh rosemary, granulated garlic, sea salt.
When you are making crackers from plantain, try and get them while they are really green as they work better in this recipe. These will give you the crunch that you might be missing if you are following the AIP way, and this recipe fits with the protocol really well. These are flavored with garlic and rosemary, but any combination would be worth a try!
– The Paleo Mom
Photo Credit: Sarah from The Paleo Mom
Ingredients: green plantains, extra virgin coconut oil, salt.
If you have been missing that crunch of a cracker while following the Paleo way of eating, then this lovely recipe can come to the rescue! These crispy snacks are grain and nut-free and can be enjoyed on their own or with chili or soup. If you like to use crackers as a snack, you can experiment with adding different seasonings like garlic powder, Italian seasoning or just some sea salt.
– Provincial Paleo
Ingredients: green juice pulp, arrowroot starch, coconut oil, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, baking soda, filtered water.
This is such a useful recipe as it uses the pulp left over after you have made a green smoothie for breakfast, cutting down on food waste and making them economical too! The resulting crackers are so healthy but are gluten and grain-free and vegan-friendly too. They are seasoned with garlic and onion, but there is nothing to stop you experimenting with other flavors and spices.
– Ruled Me
Ingredients: almond flour, ground black pepper, salt, baking powder, dried basil, cayenne pepper, garlic, basil pesto, butter.
With all the flavors of Italy from the basil and pesto in these amazing little crackers, this fantastic ketogenic recipe made me think of serving them with homemade minestrone are just as a side on a cheese board for a fancy dinner party. Not only do these taste great but they fill the kitchen with amazing aromas as they cook. So next time you are invited to a pot-luck, why not make a couple of batches as a gift for the host!