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    Default Cheese Crackers

    Bake in the oven crackers; only ingredients are grated cheese and herbs/spices of your choice. Here's the link:

    Low Carb Cheese Crackers | Low Carb Recipes

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    Sounds great, Olivivi. I will definitely try them.
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    Default Re: Cheese Crackers

    I sometimes make similar crackers using cut up slices of edam or gouda cheese and spacing them out on a parchment circle on the microwave turntable.
    I have found that they last many months if kept in an airtight container (I forgot about the box I prepared to take on holiday one summer and rediscovered them at Christmas! )

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    These are delicious!
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    Default Re: Cheese Crackers

    Hoping,

    What kind are delicious? The kind that Elizellen mentioned above or the baked kind from the recipe above?

    I almost bought muffin tins at WalMart today that had Christmas tree shapes and gingerbread men--6 total to a muffin tin. But decided I'd go over my budget for the week. However, there's always next week...I might break down and do it just to see whether the cheese cracker recipe works in such a tin. With all the green, red, and silver in the stores now for Christmas, and all the Christmas chocolates wrapped up and looking as bright and happy as the Rockettes in high kicks, I need something to make look really festive and pretty. Those tree and gingerbread men with cheese crackers done up fancy might take the edge off all those other sightly temptations.

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    Now these I must try...!
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    Will definitely try. It feels like its been ages that I didn't eat cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivivi View Post
    Hoping,

    What kind are delicious? The kind that Elizellen mentioned above or the baked kind from the recipe above?

    I almost bought muffin tins at WalMart today that had Christmas tree shapes and gingerbread men--6 total to a muffin tin. But decided I'd go over my budget for the week. However, there's always next week...I might break down and do it just to see whether the cheese cracker recipe works in such a tin. With all the green, red, and silver in the stores now for Christmas, and all the Christmas chocolates wrapped up and looking as bright and happy as the Rockettes in high kicks, I need something to make look really festive and pretty. Those tree and gingerbread men with cheese crackers done up fancy might take the edge off all those other sightly temptations.
    Sorry, just saw this! I've only tried with cheddar and mozzarella because it's the only thing we really keep on hand. I'm going to have to try smoked gouda! Sounds really good!
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    I really want to give a try.

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    Default Re: Cheese Crackers

    I just made a couple batches of these using cheddar cheese slices. First batch was with cayenne pepper & garlic salt. Second batch was chili powder & garlic salt. Great little snack for sure.




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