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- Animal Crackers: Diabetic recipe which can be enjoyed by anyone. Uses Parmesan cheese and dehydrated vegetable flakes.
- Animal Crackers from Recipe Source: Uses oatmeal, honey, butter, and buttermilk. Shaped by using animal cookie cutters.
- Apple 'n' Nut Crackers from Recipe Source: Sweet crackers made with all-purpose flour, whole wheat flour, ground pecans or walnuts, brown sugar, baking powder, salt, cinnamon or apple pie spice mix, and applesauce.
- Armenian Cracker Bread from Recipe Source: Yeast based recipe, using all purpose white, and whole wheat flours, and sesame seeds for sprinkling before baking.
- Beer Crackers Topped with Garlic and Three Cheeses: Yeast based recipe with mozzarella, Gorgonzola, and Parmesan.
- Bran Crackers: Wheat bran and protein powder are used in this flour-less recipe. From Lowcarb Friends.
- Bread Cracker from Recipe Source: Yeast based dough which rises and is then rolled thin, and baked. From Woman's Day.
- Cheddar Crackers from Recipe Source: Simple recipe using cayenne, and finely grated sharp Cheddar cheese.
- Cheese Crackers: Crispy rice cereal and shredded extra sharp cheddar cheese are the special ingredients of these crackers.
- Cheese Crackers: Recipe requiring a cookie press. Yields 24 crackers.
- Cheese Crackers from Arielle's Recipe Archives: Using crispy rice cereal and strong sharp Cheddar cheese.
- Cheese Crackers from Recipe Source: Made with grated sharp Cheddar cheese.
- Cheese Crackers from RecipeSource: Made with aged cheddar and seasoned with dry mustard powder, cayenne, paprika, thyme, and chili powder.
- Cheese Crackers from The Recipe Place: Simple recipe made with aged cheddar and a few seasonings.
- Cheesy F.B.I. Man Safe Crackers from Recipe Source: Tomato juice and pecans are special ingredients of these cheese crackers.
- Christmas Crackers from Recipe Source: Simple recipe using honey, brown sugar, white and whole wheat flours, egg, and sugar. Yields 45 crackers.
- Coffee Crackers from Coffee World: Versatile enough for a champagne brunch or a light dessert, these are made with regular and oat flours, strong brewed coffee, sugar, and butter or margarine.
- Cracker Barrel Biscuits from Recipe Source: A copycat recipe using bisquik mix and buttermilk.
- Cracker Bread - Part 1 from Recipe Source: Recipe for yeast based crackers.
- Cracker Bread - Part 2 from Recipe Source: One of two recipes from a Southern Living article. This recipe uses quick cooking oats.
- Cracker Recipes: Basic white crackers made with butter or margarine, salt, flour, and milk.
- Cracker Recipes: Assortment including Cheddar-cornmeal, Parmesan, and cream of rice crackers.
- Cracker Recipes at iChef: An assortment of cracker recipes.
- Cracker Recipes from Hugs's Homeheart: Recipes for cheese cookies and straws, corn crisps, trifles, and protein cracker bread.
- Creole Cheese'n Peanut Crackers from Recipe Source: These crackers get their flavor from Cheddar cheese, cayenne pepper, oven-toasted rice cereal, and peanuts.
- Crunchy Peanut Crackers from Recipe Source: Made with corn meal, peanuts and peanut butter. Yields 50-60.
- Crunchy, Munchy Crackers from Recipe Source: These are made with rolled oat or barley flakes, barley flour, and sesame seeds.
- Double Cashew Crackers from Recipe Source: Simple recipe using cashews and roasted cashew butter.
- Flax Crackers: A living food recipe, using a dehydrator.
- Fondue Crackers from Recipe Source: Yields 70-80 crisp crackers which taste like cheese fondue. For a more traditional fondue taste you can add Kirsch or cherry liqueur, and use both Gruyere and Emmenthal.
- Garlic-Poppy Seed Crackers from Recipe Source: Simple recipe using basic ingredients.
- Hard Tack: This Civil War era recipe is adapted from instructions in the Dixie Gun Works catalog. From a Civil War message board.
- Hard Tack, Hard Crackers: Recipe posted on a bulletin board, for authentic Civil War era hard tack crackers.
- Hidden Valley Ranch Oyster Crackers from Recipe Source: Crackers are coated using a brand name buttermilk mix and some seasonings, then they are baked again.
- High-Tech Crackers from Recipe Source: This recipe yields 12 to 13 dozen crackers, made with hard whole wheat flour.
- Homemade Cheese Crackers: A good snack to take with you on a road trip. Simply saltines sprinkled with cayenne and grated sharp Cheddar, then baked until the cheese melts.
- Icewater Crackers from Arielle's Recipe Archives: Made by dipping saltines in iced water, brushing them with butter and baking them.
- Italian Whole Wheat Focaccia Crackers from Recipe Source: This is an adaptation of Italian focaccia resulting in crispy, crunchy, and substantial crackers.
- Jalepeno Cheese Crackers from Recipe Source: Made with Jalapeno peppers and Cheddar cheese.
- Joy's Quick Cracker Snacks from Recipe Source: This simple no-bake cracker coating requires only oil, and your favorite dry salad dressing mix.
- Kamut Crackers: Recipe using kamut flour, or a blend of kamut flour and flakes.
- Lemon Crackers from Recipe Source: Uses shortening, bakers' ammonia, and oil of lemon.
- Lemon Parmesan Crackers: Low-carbohydrate recipe using freshly grated Parmesan cheese, and gluten, soy and oat flour. From Low-Carb Luxury.
- Mark Bittman's Crackers: Simple recipe using flour, salt, butter, and water. serving 4 people. From Starchefs.
- Mike's Crackers: Made with soya powder, and ground almonds or walnuts. From Lowcarb Friends.
- Mystery Crackers from Recipe Source: This no-bake recipe flavors the oyster crackers with buttery popping oil normally used for popcorn, cream of chicken soup mix, parsley, and garlic powder.
- Oat Crackers from Recipe Source: Egg and milk free recipe using rolled oats, flour, wheat germ, salt, oil, and water.
- Oatmeal Butter Crackers from Recipe Source: Crunchy and nutty, these crackers make a nutritious snack. Yield: 50-60.
- Oatmeal Crackers from Recipe Source: Sweet crackers made with lard or shortening, flour, and oatmeal, flavored with lemon and vanilla flavorings.
- Oatmeal Tea Crackers: Substantial and nutritious. Made to be in accordance with many popular diets or maintenance programs.
- Old-fashioned Toasted Crackers: Split the common Boston or soda cracker, toast over the fire or in the oven for a different snack.
- Oyster Crackers from Recipe Source: This baked on coating is made using dill weed, garlic salt, lemon pepper, Hidden Valley Ranch dressing mix, and oil.
- Oyster Crackers from RecipeSource: This recipe calls for basic ingredients. The crackers are baked until hard, then they are hung up in a muslin bag to dry.
- Oyster Crackers from RecipeSource: Baked on coating for crackers made using Hidden Valley Ranch salad dressing mix, dill, and oil.
- Parmesan Crackers from RecipeSource: Simple recipe using basic ingredients and finely grated parmesan cheese. Suggested as accompaniement to cold beer, or soda.
- Party Oyster Crackers: Crackers are coated with powdered ranch salad dressing mix, oil, and lemon pepper seasoning, then baked.
- Pepper Crackers from RecipeSource: Quick and simple recipe using basic pantry ingredients and coarsely ground pepper corns.
- Plain Crackers from RecipeSource: Recipe from Ann Hodgman's cookbook Beat That! Simple recipe using basic ingredients, making about 3 1/2 dozen crackers.
- Quick Soda Crackers from RecipeSource: Simple shortening based recipe. Yields 80 to 85.
- Ranch Flavored Oyster Crackers Mix from RecipeSource: This variation calls for mixed nuts, fish crackers, vegetable oil, Hidden Valley Ranch Mix, lemon pepper seasoning, garlic powder, onion powder, and dill, to make the oyster cracker coating.
- Ranch Flavored Oyster Crackers from RecipeSource: Coating for crackers made with Hidden Valley Ranch buttermilk recipe mix, lemon pepper, dill weed, garlic powder, and salad oil.
- Rice Flour and Soy Sauce Crackers from RecipeSource: This recipe calls for rice flour and all-purpose flour, oil, soy or tamari sauce, an egg white, and buttermilk.
- Rye Crackers: Dehydrator crackers made with sprouted rye and wheat. From Living and Raw Foods.
- Savory Cheddar Crackers: Made with extra sharp Cheddar, soy, oat, and gluten flour. From Low-Carb Luxury.
- Savory Granola Crackers: These are made with rolled oats, slivered almonds, wheat germ, honey, and a selection of herbs and spices. From the book Out of A Natural Christmas.
- Sesame Cheese Crackers from RecipeSource: Using soy sauce and toasted sesame seeds.
- Sesame Crisp Crackers: Made from whole wheat or rye flour, and soy flour. From Great River Organic Milling.
- Sesame Water Crackers from RecipeSource: Simple recipe using flour, water, egg white, baking powder, vegetable oil, and sesame seeds. Yields about 4 dozen.
- Soda Crackers from RecipeSource: This recipe makes use of sour milk, egg, butter, and baking soda.
- Soda Crackers from RecipeSource: Simple recipe using butter, making around 100 crackers.
- Soda Crackers from RecipeSource: Simple recipe using flour, baking powder, butter, Crisco, or oleo, and milk or water, making enough for 4 people.
- Traditional Soda Crackers from RecipeSource: Easy to make but taking a relatively long time. Initial rise of 20 to 30 hours, allowing the dough to increase in volume without developing a pronounced yeast flavor. Yield: 95-100.
- White Crackers from RecipeSource: Recipe from the Fanny Farmer cookbook using flour, sugar, salt, butter, and milk.
- Whole Wheat Crackers from RecipeSource: A simple recipe using all purpose and whole wheat flour, and buttermilk. From Betty Crocker's Old-Fashioned Cookbook.
- Whole Wheat Sesame Crackers from RecipeSource: Simple recipe with detailed instructions. Uses sesame seeds, oil, sea salt, whole wheat flour, and nonaluminum baking powder.