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Tasty Keto High Fiber Crackers

 

Have you been at an impasse when it comes to adding fiber to your low carb, keto diet? Does it seem challenging to find delicious low in carbs and high in fiber food options? If so, you are going to love my keto high-fiber crackers.

Finding crackers that are both low in carbs and delicious seems to be in short supply. Sure you can use cheese chips and pork rinds when you are wanting something with a crunch. 

But sometimes this girl misses both the flavor and texture that only a good cracker can provide.

So I went on a quest to create true keto crackers, a cracker recipe without the worry of the carbs. I’m thrilled to report that this recipe accomplished this.

If you’re looking for high fiber recipes you might also want to try my keto high fiber bread that gives you the flavor of whole wheat without any grains. 

In fact, we have a whole collection of keto high-fiber recipes that you should check out!

 

keto high fiber crackers

Keto High Fiber Crackers

 

Keto High Fiber Crackers

These low carb crackers are great not just for those doing keto but for anyone who is wanting a gluten-free option. I love how they are delicious by themselves as a snack and yet sturdy enough for dips and even my authentic keto-friendly salsa

Let me be candid with you, getting enough fiber on a keto diet can be challenging. There I said it. Sure, you should get most of your fiber from green leafy vegetables, but sometimes that’s not enough.

This is why when I decided to create a low carb cracker recipe, I also decided to make it a high fiber option. 

Why? Well, there is no denying that constipation can occur on low carb, keto diets. But frankly, any change in our diet can also cause this.

Dr. Eric Westman, offers some recommendations about how to address this problem, including drinking sufficient water, increasing non-starchy, fibrous vegetable intake, and even using the occasional sugar-free candy that contains sugar alcohols for its mild laxative properties.

Alternatively, you can ensure you’re getting enough fiber through a supplement.

But I am a fan of creating natural foods that are high in fiber to get enough of it in your diet.

If I’m given the option of taking a fiber supplement or a tasty snack, what do you think I’m going to choose?

Something tells me you are in my camp when it comes to this too. This is why I am sharing my recipe for keto high-fiber crackers.  A tasty effective way to add fiber to your diet.

Low Carb High Fiber

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As a recipe creator, I wanted a way to offer you a delicious cheese keto cracker that would be high in fiber yet low in carbs.

I know there are plenty of good recipes out there for keto crackers, but I not only wanted a delicious cracker, but I also wanted it to meet my fiber needs easily.

Can I hear an amen from those who’ve been wanting a keto treat that also took care of their fiber intake?

Keto Crackers

I must admit that at times I’ve craved regular wheat crackers. But no matter how strong the craving can be, I refuse to have a gluten-loaded cracker. Because frankly, it’s the last thing my body needs.

After I made the connection that I had a very high intolerance to wheat and that consuming it made my fibromyalgia symptoms flare, I’ve avoided wheat like the plague.

This is why I usually resort to pork rinds when I want something crunchy. Don’t get me wrong pork rinds are great and all, but they offer no added fiber to my diet and don’t have the exact mouth-feel of a cracker.

I will admit that I have succumbed to plantain chips when a strong craving strikes but these are way too high in carbs and not a great option.

A recipe like this can satisfy a craving and still manage to keep you safely in ketosis. 

How To Make A High Fiber Keto Cracker

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Keto High Fiber Crackers Roughly Cut

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These keto high-fiber cheese crackers hit the spot perfectly, by dealing with my craving and providing me with fiber.

What makes my keto crackers high in fiber?  They are packed with chia seeds, flax seeds, and psyllium powder.

The following are the ingredients you’ll need to make these crackers, the full recipe printable card is at the bottom of the page. 

  • Cheddar Cheese
  • Coconut Flour
  • Parmesan Cheese, the kind that comes in a container
  • Freshly Grated Parmesan Cheese
  • Psyllium Powder
  • Chia Seeds
  • Whole Flax Seeds
  • Sesame Seed, Black & White
  • Dry Spices
  • Dry Herbs
  • Egg

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Is that enough fiber for ya? Well, it certainly was for our family.

I knew I had a winner when my keto high-fiber crackers tasted like a traditional wheat cracker. Making me feel like I was cheating. I knew I was onto something special when a keto recipe tastes like a major cheat.

I sure hope you will give this recipe a try. Once you do, make sure you remember to tag us on Instagram and Facebook. It’s what keeps this girl encouraged to keep sharing and perfecting her recipes.

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Keto high fiber cheese crackers

Keto High Fiber Crackers

Yield: 20
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes

These keto high fiber crackers are full of flavor and have the perfect satisfying texture. They can be enjoyed as a snack by themselves or to usd in your favorite dips and salsas.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven 350 degrees
  2. In a large mixing bowl combine the cheeses, coconut flour, psyllium powder, seeds, spices, herbs. Stir until well combined.
  3. To this mixture add the water, oil and egg to the and stir until a fully incorporated dough forms.
  4. Divide the dough in half and roll out the dough thinly between two sheets of parchment paper. The thinner you roll out the dough the crispier the crackers.
  5. Using a pizza cutter cut the dough into crackers and place on a parchment lined cookie sheet
  6. Bake at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes or until lightly brown around the edges
  7. You can also opt for a more organic shape and bake the whole cracker dough in two batches. Once they are baked and allow to cool you can break into large smaller pieces.

Notes

If you choose to not roll out to thinly, you get more of flatbread consistency. This is also a very good and delicious option.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 20 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 45Total Fat: 3.5gSaturated Fat: 1.5gCholesterol: 18mgSodium: 35mgCarbohydrates: 2.2gNet Carbohydrates: .5gFiber: 1.7gSugar: 0.1gProtein: 2.3g

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Jan

Saturday 25th of April 2020

Can I ask why the 2 parmesans? What difference does it make?

Hilda Solares

Monday 27th of April 2020

Hi Jan, the kind of parmesan that is in a container has powdered cellulose to help prevent caking. I think it helps with giving the crackers structure. The freshly grated parm is used mainly for flavor.

Nancy Doan

Sunday 29th of December 2019

How many carbs are in your crackers? Thanks!

Hilda Solares

Monday 30th of December 2019

Hi Nancy, the nutrition label is always included at the end of the recipe card. There are 1.7 net carbs per cracker.Enjoy!

Stacia Jahnke

Monday 14th of October 2019

These look so yummy! Can't wait to try them :D Question tho..you have 1/2 c ground Parmesan cheese listed twice (½ cup of finely ground parmesan cheese (what comes in a container) ½ cup of freshly ground parmesan cheese).... so is it actually 1 cup of ground Parmesan cheese (like what comes in the green jar) or is it 1/2 c of ground Parmesan cheese & 1/2 c of shredded Parm? Thanks for the help!! <3

Hilda Solares

Monday 14th of October 2019

Hi Stacia, it’s half a cup of both types Parmesan cheese for a total of 1 cup. Enjoy!

robininseoul

Monday 24th of April 2017

Apologies if this is a double post. (Darnit, WordPress!)

Looks great! I, too, crave a crunchy snack and pork rinds get boring. I've been buying Lowrey's microwave bacon curls. UTZ are only fit for "bread crumbs" IMHO. Are there any other good ones? Anyway, I wanted to also ask how much (grams or ounces) a serving of the crackers is?

Robin Hudson

Monday 24th of April 2017

Looks great! I, too, crave a crunchy snack and pork rinds get boring. I've been buying Lowrey's microwave bacon curls. UTZ are only fit for "bread crumbs" IMHO. Are there any other good ones? Anyway, I wanted to also ask how much (grams or ounces) a serving of the crackers is?

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Monday 24th of April 2017

Hi Robin, I make a combo of 1/2 almond flour and finely grated Parmesan cheese. You will need to reduce the salt to compensate for the salt in the cheese. But it works wonderfully. Enjoy in good health Sweets! Here to support you. ?

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