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11/22/13 11:00 P

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So happy to find these recipes for crunchy cheese crackers! I haven't really craved things, but often do wish for a crunchy snack that isn't a raw vegetable. :) I just bought some sharp cheddar slices, and will be making some of these tomorrow!

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9/6/13 1:46 P

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Parmesan cheese makes wonderful crackers, very flavorful and crunchy. I can't take credit for the concept, it's been around for years. Buying pre SHREDDED cheese is a great time saver, here's a good link www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-br
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n/parmesan-crisps-recipe/index.html
. Any firm/hard cheese will work with this technique. Go crazy with your additions of seasonings and herbs, keeping in mind that fresh herbs are likely to burn before your crisps are done. Either add them towards the end of cooking time or use dried herbs. I've been using mini sweet peppers for dippers. Cut them lengthwise, deseed and clean, and you have a perfect vehicle for scooping dips or creamy salads. No oven needed emoticon


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9/6/13 1:27 P

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Actually I have a correction - it was regular Sargento slices, not ultra thin.... :)



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9/6/13 12:42 P

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I used the Deli Deluxe cheese slices that she used in the recipe. Good to know that other kinds will work too!

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9/5/13 9:46 P

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I did this tonight, except I did it with larger Sargento ultra thin colby jack slices, which I then used as the "tortilla" for tostadas topped with homemade guacamole - SO GOOD!!!! :D



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9/5/13 9:34 P

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Looks fantastic! Thank You!

Edited by: NOWYOUDIDIT at: 9/5/2013 (21:34)
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9/5/13 5:09 P

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Yum! What kind of cheese did you use?



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9/5/13 4:52 P

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One of the things I really miss is crackers - the crunch, the salt, the things to put on them. Well, I found and made this recipe and it is excellent and so fast/easy! You can sprinkle salt or seasonings on the cheese before microwaving.

genaw.com/lowcarb/cheezits.html

Had some for a snack with egg salad on them today.

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