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Truly THE best thing I have made!

Sunday, January 08, 2012

Today my husband was craving chips or crackers...something to dip his cowboy caviar out of the bowl with.
I have a primal/paleo recipe for crackers, but have just never tried it.
I keep thinking these things are going to be so weird and hard to make but time after time it's easy and quick!
I am so thankful I read The Primal Blueprint.
I look at Marksdailyapple everyday.
I search Pinterest for new and different ways to keep my family happy and on this journey to end our addictions.
It's working.
Try this won't be disappointed.

1 cup almond flour (1/2 cup almonds pulsed to powder)
1/4 cup coconut flour
1 egg
1/2 tsp salt
whatever spices you love...throw them in
1/8 cup of olive oil (or whatever you like)

Mix with a spoon and then squish with your hands (see it's fun!!)
roll it out thin between two pieces of parchment paper
Bake at 325 for 12-20 minutes until they brown to the level you like.

Let me know if anyone tries it, and your thoughts.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
IMCRABBY66 1/8/2012 8:39PM

    Moonchild - I don't know why, but it works! We measure out a heaping 1/2 cup and it makes a cup of flour :)

Abi - The Cowboy Caviar is GROSS ;) but my DH God love him thinks it's amazing.
It is tomatoes, black beans, onions, garlic, corn and other salsa like things in it.
I dipped my paleo crackers in some homemade guacamole. Yum!

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-LINDA_S 1/8/2012 3:25PM

    Sounds interesting, but somehow it does not compute to me that you can get 1 c. of almond flour out of 1/2 c. of almonds, especially considering there will be spaces between the almonds in the cup. Does that make any sense or am I crazy?

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GLITTERFAIRY77 1/8/2012 2:50PM

But wth is cowboy caviar???

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