3/4 cup of almond milk
juice of one lemon
Bake in a 250 degree oven for 2 hours, and then let cool in the oven for another 3 hours.
Then carefully break up the crackers and put in a air tight container, or zip lock bag.
These crackers taste amazing on a salad, or in soups. They are crispy and depending on the thickness can be used great with some goat cheese as an appetizer or snack. They taste delish, and you are also getting a great dose of digestible fiber with eat bite. There are some gluten-free crackers available on the market, but to make some at home means you will be tasting freshness over a packaged variety. They could also pass for chips, salad croutons, or bread for soup. So try 'em out and enjoy the health benefits as well.
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