- PREP: 10 minutes
- BAKE: 20 minutes
- SERVES: 4
Just 250g from the mix with 150ml of water creates a dough from our Oat & Linseed or Mixed Grain bread mixes.
Create 30g balls from the dough and then roll them thinly into rustic looking crackers. The rest of the pack can be folded over for use another time or baked into rolls – you may like to use a little for dusting.
Whilst they break up beautifully when cooled, you can also create individually uniform crackers on the baking sheet – lined with a sheet of parchment then pierced with a fork.
You can add, seeds, herbs or chili flakes, you can brush with olive oil & dust with coarse salt, pepper & even add more oats if desired.
The crackers are baked for around 20 minutes at 190c / 350f, gas mark 5.
We usually buy supermarket bread for convenience, however a few of your 500gm bread mixes are kept in our pantry. I must say that when we do bake them the taste and texture is far superior to the supermarket bread and to actually get a loaf with a crisp crust, well what can I say, marvellous,Victor G. Perham
This recipe idea is with thanks to two of our followers, Teresa & Till.
These break up beautifully when cool and have become a family favourite with Teresa – no surprise at that!
Till, creates individually uniform crackers on the baking sheet, pierced with a fork and said they are “superb when served with cream cheese or pate”.
I will be having a go and enjoying them with a soup and a salad. The longer you bake, the crispier they become & you can create a huge saving on artisan style crackers that you buy in the shops.
Do try this at home! Deb the Bread