That means I did it. It’s done! For better or worse. I’m probably sleeping when this post publishes. Or I ran away, if it didn’t go well.
(EDIT: It did go well)
If you can’t tell, I am writing this in advance becauseeeee I plan on crying or celebrating after defending my thesis on Monday afternoon (EDIT: via Just Be Kitchen dinner followed by coin style margaritas, if we are being specific), this being published on a Tuesday!! Also, that is why this is so so short. I didn’t even think I was going to have time to write one or recipe create, but look!!!
oh! And I went to Vital Root on Sunday for brunch and got their gluten free eggs Benedict on quinoa cakes 🙂 I’ve got only limited time to explore the Denver culinary scene!!!
I made these crackers whilst procrastinating cleaning my apartment, AND practicing my thesis defense….. they are great, almond and nut free, crunchy counterparts. Enjoy!!
ROSEMARY CHIA-HEMP CRACKERS Need: Oven, parchment paper, & food processor (makes about 30 crackers) (dairy free, nut free, vegan, paleo, gluten free… yada yada)
1/3 cup chia seeds
2 tbsp hemp hearts (find them here)
1 tbsp rosemary
1/4 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
1/4 tsp apple cider vinegar
1 tbsp coconut flour
1 tbsp avocado oil (use Primal kitchen’s… otherwise Olive Oil)
3 tbsp water
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Process the chia seeds, hemp hearts, and rosemary for about one minute. Transfer to a bowl. Add coconut flour, salt, and pepper. Mix in the apple cider vinegar, avocado oil, and water. Mix well, allowing the liquids to absorb.
On parchment paper, flatten the mixture to a thin layer.
Score the mixture with a knife (the shape and size of the crackers). Baked at 350 for 25-30 minutes. Until crackers are just starting to brown. After baking, remove parchment from baking sheet, and let cool. Use a rack if you have it.
After it’s cool, use those crackers for your snacking needs!! I recommend pairing them with goat cheese, or throwing them on a cheese board!
HAVE A WONDERFUL TUESDAY EVERYONE!!
And although my defense is done, I still have A LOT of work to do. Time to grind!
Ps. People always say “time to grind” in regards to work… but now I’m just picturing awkward parties from high school…. (sorry for that)