Keto Crackers with Salt and Pepper

Keto Crackers with Salt and Pepper are the perfect gluten-free low carb snack.

Keto Crackers with Salt and Pepper

Made with four ingredients total –almond flour, egg, salt, and pepper, they’re a satisfyingly crunchy cracker and a family favorite!

Keto Crackers with Almond Flour

Instead of running to the store for a box of highly processed, expensive gluten-free crackers, with who knows what ingredients?! Make my healthy keto crackers with almond flour.

Homemade Crackers

It’s far easier to make gluten-free crackers from scratch than “regular” wheat crackers, and you can whip these up in a jiffy.

If you’ve always wondered how to make homemade crackers, this easy cracker recipe is a great place to start!

Low Carb Crackers Recipe from Almond Flour

I created this low carb cracker recipe from almond flour a few years ago and it’s still a staple at our parties!

Keto Crackers with Salt and Pepper

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Servings 20 crackers


  • Place almond flour, egg, salt, and pepper in a food processor
  • Pulse until dough forms
  • Separate dough into two halves
  • Place each half of dough between two pieces of parchment paper
  • Roll out dough to 1/16-inch thick, then remove top piece of parchment paper
  • Transfer bottom piece of parchment paper with rolled out dough onto baking sheet
  • Cut into 2 inch squares using a pizza cutter or a knife
  • Sprinkle with extra salt and pepper if desired
  • Bake at 350°F for 6-10 minutes
  • Serve
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 6 mins
Total Time 16 mins
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Low-Carb Snack Recipes

Healthy low carb snacks are the key to sticking with a Keto Diet. If you can have dairy, these keto crackers are terrific with my Homemade Goat Cheese recipe.

Dairy-Free Keto Diet

If you’re on a Dairy-Free Diet, try these almond flour crackers with my healthy homemade Guacamole it’s the perfect vegan keto dip recipe.

Keto Crackers Recipes

Keto crackers are an incredibly healthy real food snack when you’re craving some crunch! My boys and their friends say these are the best cracker recipes ever –I’m thrilled they haven’t guessed these are healthy crackers!

egg-free keto crackers

Vegan Keto Crackers

On a Vegan Diet and wondering are crackers vegan? Well yes! My Vegan Keto Crackers are the perfect vegan keto snack.

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Healthy Vegan Wheat Thins

I stopped eating Wheat Thins when I went on a Gluten Free Diet in 1998. I made my own vegan Wheat Thins recipe with almond pulp. It’s perfect if you don’t have almond flour in the house.

vegan herb crackers

Vegan Crackers with Herbes de Provence

I love these Vegan Crackers with Herbs de Provence smothered in vegan cheese like Kite Hill. Yes, it’s truly the perfect vegan snack.rosemary crackers

Almond Flour Crackers with Rosemary

Need an idea for your gluten free charcuterie board? Rosemary Crackers with my Homemade Goat Cheese.

Almond Flour Crackers with Sesame and Spicy Crackers

I think our all-time favorite almond flour crackers have to be the Sesame Crackers from my first book, The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook.

The other almond flour cracker pictured above, Spicy Crackers are also a favorite. The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook has five incredible cracker recipes, including a cheese cracker recipe so you can make your own cheese its.

Gluten Free Crackers for Kids

I’ve loved recreating some of my favorite crackers from childhood into gluten free versions my boys can enjoy.

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Gluten Free Graham Crackers

Gluten free smores anyone? My Gluten Free Graham Crackers will elevate your s’mores –a gluten free dessert that knocks it out of the park!

Keto Goldfish Crackers

Keto Goldfish Crackers are more than goldfish crackers, they are essentially fun fish-shaped cheez itz. Now you can have your cheez itz gluten free.

Gluten Free Dip Recipes

Here are my favorite healthy dip recipes for your keto crackers.

Keto Crackers with Dip

I hope you enjoy these recipes for healthy low-carb crackers, along with my keto dip recipes. What’s your favorite keto crackers recipe?

This post is an oldie but goodie from the archives. I first shared this Keto Crackers with Salt and Pepper recipe in 2014.

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I will never make another cracker again. Super easy and absolutely delicious!


269 responses to “Keto Crackers with Salt and Pepper”

  1. I made your paleo bagels this weekend. They were fabulous! I sprinkled them with gluten free “everything” bagel topping. Yummy! I plan to make these crackers using the “everything” topping on them. I perfer savory, crunchy snacks instead of sweets. Can’t wait to make these. Thank you so much for your recipes. I too have MS and have gluten sensitivity. I’m finally taking control of my way of eating.

    • Karen, thanks for letting me know that my bagels are fabulous and I hope you love these crackers as much as we do! So glad we are on this self-care journey together :-)

  2. Hi there, I’m allergic to almonds – is there a good substitute, or am I going to have to sit this one out? Thank you!

  3. Just made these but didn’t have 2full cups of almond flour, so topped it up with ground flax seeds. Used a fork and then hands to knead the dough, used salt and herbs de Provence, needed closer to 10 min to bake…. perfection!

  4. I made these crackers and served them with appetizers on Christmas Day. I made two versions – one with salt and pepper and one with salt and thyme. Thank you for this great recipe that even I can make.

  5. My Fitness Pal shows 24 grams carbs per cup of blanched almond flour, so 48 for this whole recipe and thus 2.4g per cracker for 20 crackers. How can I stay under 20 grams carbs per day (keto)? Four crackers are half a day’s food. Am I figuring this correctly?

    • Gloria, I’m assuming your 20g of carbs per day is net carbs and you’re not counting fiber into it, is that correct?

    • You don’t have to stay under 20g just saying. Low carb can be under 50g under 100g get come good carbs in dear. Ive heard people in ketosis with more than 20g. Not too sustainable anyways at 20g, experiment with your carbs.

      • Sally, I totally agree. We are all biochemical individuals with different caloric and metabolic needs. There is absolutely no one-size fits all number of carbs for the Keto Diet. These types of things are a nice guideline so I don’t want to discourage them, but they are not set in stone.

  6. Dear Elana,

    I am trying these crackers now. The dough smells delicious but when I try to roll it it cracks into pieces. What am I doing wrong? I am using almond flour and a larg egg together with salt and pepper in the amounts you recommend. Thank you!

  7. I’ve made the switch to eating very few carbs. I choose this eating lifestyle because – bottom line – I just feel better. I have less inflammation, more sustained energy, and fewer mood swings. My husband, a Culinary Institute of America trained chef, was not impressed with my decision initially. He’s been patient with my attempts to create dishes that will satisfy us both. I’ve failed, miserably, more than once. Finding the right balance of textures and taste profiles has proven tricky. There have been, however, huge successes. This cracker recipe is one of them! I’ve made them on several occasions – to the delight of us both. When I want to mix it up, I just add another herb of choice. Heading into the fall season here in Vermont, we’ve been enjoying the addition of thyme. He’s always a fan of smoked paprika. Thanks for this super reliable, easy to make recipe. It holds a prominent place in my grandmother’s old recipe box!

    • Meg, thanks for your comment and for the incredible honor of putting my recipe in a prominent place in your grandmother’s recipe box :-)

  8. I am challenged with getting the mixture to be “dough” like in any form. The mixture is too crumbly to “roll” between parchment and just too dry. Your recipe matches others I looked at and don’t know why my result is so dry. The recipe I tried first called for 2 eggs and 1 tsp water with 1 1/2 cups of flour (1c almond and 1/2c coconut) Any ideas? Really want to have a crisp treat once in awhile.

    • I love this recipe. I just made a batch and they turned out perfectly. My food processor is in storage, so I tried mixing with a spoon–to no effect. Then I tried mixing with my hands and ‘instant success.’ I will try this with different spices too. Thank you so much for this simple, delicious and versatile recipe.

      • Josephine, thanks for letting me know these turned out perfectly and that this recipe is simple, delicious, and versatile :-)

  9. Hi there,
    I made these crackers today and I agree they are yummy. How do you store them to keep them crispy?

  10. Hi Elena-

    We made these crackers today and enjoy the flavor immensely. A few changes- we made almond milk yesterday, dried the ‘pulp’ at 170 degrees for several hours, and used the food processor to make it ‘flour-like’ before continuing with the recipe as you have spelled it out. The taste is phenomenal. Thanks for the recipe and good luck to you!

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