I'm going to try this! I actually don't like store-bought crackers because they're too salty for me, but here I could control the salt.
I'm trying to replace most of my processed foods with homemade ones. That way I know exactly what goes into it (no hidden high fructose corn syrup!), and also it's cheaper and generally tastier.
word. that's my biggest thing, finding the high fructose corn syrup. I read an article once about how the writer had this theory that HFCS is addictive. I really think it is, even if the FDA thinks it's perfectly fine to put it in just about everything. These crackers are not very salty at all, more than anythingyou taste the cheese and the cayenne.
Yum!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I'll definitely try it out. My kids love cheese crackers, but I'm a sucker for anything with cinnamon and sugar on it. Let us know how those turn out for you!
Oh I will. so far we've made a good dent in the cheese stars stash but there is still about 1 pound left.
My cousins are madly in love with cheese crackers, and my aunt is totally in on the whole foods and being self sustaining movement. I'll have to make these next time I go out to visit them, they'll flip for sure!! I wonder if these would be good doggy treats too...? hm.. I'll just have to find out!
In my daydreams I'm a superwoman of gardening and canning and only buying basics ( like I'm on the Oregon trail) like coffee and flour and sugar from the co-op. Why is it so expensive to be self sufficient ?Our dog (see my avatar) loves these crackers- as far as I know there isn't anything in this recipe that's a no-no for dogs, I'd use whole wheat flour for dogs ( and the kids, except I had only about a cup left) to make it heartier.