Sunflower seed crackers, because in the latest floury news, you can now buy sunflower seeds ground up into a flour (I got mine from the Pick n Pay Livewell range located in their health food aisle). It is far more affordable than almond flour and a perfect option for those with nut allergies.
I’ve tried it out in muffins (which if they turn out good in round two, shall make their appearance here) and in these sunflower seed crackers. I used this recipe as a guide, subbing the almond flour for sunflower seed flour and switching up the herbs. The result was perfectly crispy crackers that have a subtle sunflower taste. The perfect vehicle for a dollop of hummus, rhubarb jam or some cheese – dairy or cashew if you prefer.
Zissy is the co-founder of Nutreats. She likes to make things, do things and wear things.