The crunch gang

My man and daughter both love crisp bread, hard rye bread to be exact, and they both have a very devoted way to munch and crunch their bread at the mealtime. I feel always a little bit bystander with them because my stomach don´t like rye bread that much and gluten-free crisp breads that you can buy from the supermarket have been kinda disappointing to me. So I´m usually out of the crisp bread gang.

Now my situation looks brighter though! Risenta contacted me and asked if I would want to try out their new gluten-free seed crisp bread mixture and when I looked at the ingredient list I answered YES straightaway.

The mixture includes only nice quality seeds: Sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, flax seed, psyllium seeds and chia-seeds. And no weird additives. You just need to add some oil and water and bake the dough in the oven for a while, and before you know you have nice and tasty and gluten-free crispy bread in front of you!

You can of course use the same technique by mixing different kind of seeds, if you have tendency to collect seed assortments in your closets, like I do. But if not, this package is a easy way to make some crackers when you get an urge to crunch.

I also made some salty chips and crackers from the mixture and they came also out really nice.

My family liked them also. Mainly maybe because now we could all enjoy some nice crispy bread family time together, with no moms left outside.


Risenta Seed Crackers

  • 350 g of Risenta Seed Cracker Mix
  • 4 dl of boiled water
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil

Preheat the oven to 175 celcius degrees. Mix the contents of the bag with 4 cup of boiled hot water in a bowl. Stir in 3 tablespoons of olive oil. Let the mixture rest for about 10 minutes.

Pour the mixture onto two baking tarys coveres with baking sheets. Put another baking paper on top of the mixture. Press mixture with your hands until smooth flat plate. Remove the baking paper on top. Sprinkle on some salt and / or dried herbs.

Bake in the oven for about 55 minutes, until bread is dry and gets a beautiful brown color. Take out of the oven and cut to pieces. Store in a resealable jar or box.


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