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Monday, 4 April 2016

Sesame Crispbread : Low Carb


Do you love to sink your teeth into something crunchy now and then?

Forget about the shop bought crispbread and give these a try.

Good tasting crispbread the LCHF way.

Ingredients:
30 servings

1¼ cups (300 ml) sesame seeds
½ cup (100 ml) sunflower seeds
2 oz. (60 g) grated cheese
1 tablespoon psyllium-seed husk
½ cup (100 ml) water
2 eggs
¼ – 1 teaspoon salt

Tip!​ The sesame crispbread may also be made without cheese.
You can replace the sunflower seeds with things like pumpkin seeds.

See instructions here

What topping may you put on yours ...

All the best Jan

14 comments:

eileeninmd said...

The crispbread looks delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

NCmountainwoman said...

I'm thinking fig and prosciutto would be tasty. Looks like a great cracker.

Anonymous said...

Definitely cheese and a slice of tomato for me.

Jenny S

Lowcarb team member said...

Eileen
Sometimes it is good to eat and enjoy foods with a crunch.
This recipe idea supplies that, and of course the toppings you can use ...well the choice is yours.

Many thanks for your comment.

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

'NC'
You are quite right, this recipe idea is a cracker!
Love the idea of prosciutto, quite Yum!

Many thanks for your comment.

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Jenny
With these lovely low carb crackers...
Cheese and tomato is a great (and classic) choice!

Many thanks for your comment.

All the best Jan

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Yes, for whatever reason, I really enjoy crunchy food. And this looks and sounds so delicious!

Lowcarb team member said...

Martha
It is good to enjoy crunchy foods sometimes ... like carrot, pepper, celery sticks ... and these low carb crispbread are crunchy and delicious too!

Many thanks for your comment.

All the best Jan

The Happy Whisk said...

No lie. All this week and last, I've been playing with stuff like this, but with no dairy or eggs. But the same idea. So much fun.

Happy EATING!

Lisa said...

Oh yes crispbreads are delicious. Just about any type of cracker is good with me and the more seeds and toppings the better.
Lisa x

Lowcarb team member said...

Ivy
I thought you had been having fun trying out different recipe ideas. We love things like these sesame crispbreads.
Happy Eating to you too ...

Many thanks for your comment

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Lisa
It's the crunch I think with crispbreads, and these low carb ones are super! You can use so many different toppings - just great!

Many thanks for your comment

All the best Jan

The Happy Whisk said...

I am always writing new foods. I write all the time. It's what I do! I also make my own psyllium powder. Works great as fiber binder.

Tonight, I put together a peanut butter kamut crispy bar. It's setting up in the fridge and I'll take it to Barnes tomorrow for a snack.

Happy Weekend. We're headed off to watch a movie.

Lowcarb team member said...

Ivy
Your peanut butter kamut crispy bar sounds perfect for you as a snack.

KAMUT® Khorasan Grain is a trademarked type of khorasan grain or triticum turgidum, from Montana in North America. This type of wheat originated in an area called the Fertile Crescent...

KAMUT® is a protected species grown exclusively with organic farming methods and under tightly controlled conditions. The KAMUT® International Licensing agreement stipulates that the grain:
• Is the ancient khorasan variety of wheat
• Is grown only as a certified organic grain
• Has a protein range of 12 -18%
• Is 99% free of all contaminating varieties of modern wheat
• Is 98% free of all signs of diseases
• Contains between 400 and 1000 of ppb of selenium
Read more details here:
https://www.dovesfarm.co.uk/about/types-of-grain/kamut-grain/

I included the above detail because readers may be interested in knowing more about Kamut.

Enjoy your time in Barnes Ivy, I know you like visiting there.

All the best Jan