Paleo Graham Crackers are gluten-free, and made with just 4 ingredients. All you need is almond flour, yacon syrup, arrowroot, and salt. I’m often asked, “are graham crackers gluten-free?” In general, the kind you buy at the store are not, however, these homemade Paleo Graham Crackers are both gluten-free and grain-free! They’re also super easy to make.
These Paleo Graham Crackers will satisfy your urge for a healthy gluten-free snack or dessert. They go very well with a cup of coffee. Of course in our house that would be a cup of homemade caffeine-free Dandelion Root Coffee with a splash of my delicious homemade Almond Milk.
Paleo Graham Crackers
- 1½ cups blanched almond flour (not almond meal)
- 1 tablespoon arrowroot powder
- ¼ teaspoon celtic sea salt
- 2 tablespoons yacon syrup
- In a food processor combine almond flour, arrowroot, salt, and yacon
- Process until dough forms
- Roll out between two pieces of parchment paper to ¼-inch thickness
- Remove top piece of parchment paper
- Cut dough into 6 (5 x 2.5 inch) rectangles
- Score rectangles into 4 equal parts and poke holes in the surface
- Bake at 350°F for 6-9 minutes
- Cool for 1 hour, then serve
Here are some of my other easy paleo snack recipes:
Ok…what the heck is yacon syrup? Why can’t you use honey or maple syrup?!
BJ, thanks for your comment! I have hundreds of recipes for you to explore that use honey or maple syrup, and you can feel free to experiment with this recipe :-)
There were so many comments, I couldn’t read them all to see if I’m duplicating any. If so, sorry. I am assuming that these will crush well. I’m so tired of buying the very expensive g.f. graham crackers just to make a pie crust.
If these work, I thank you from the bottom of my heart!
Alene, thanks for your comment! I haven’t tried that so not sure, if you do experiment I hope you’ll let me know if it works :-)
What about coconut flour? What does it need to be easily digested?
Diana, thanks for you comment! For more on that please go here:
How long do these keep and can they be frozen?
LL, they will last a couple of days. I haven’t tried freezing them so I’m not sure about that. If you do experiment please let us know how it goes.
I hope these taste like graham because I absoluately miss my crackers …and will try to make some this weekend with all my other crackers.
What about other sweeteners? Such as Agave Xylitol Maple syrup or Honey. Would they work as well with some minor adjustments. Also I would add a little Cinnamon too.
Diana, feel free to make changes to the recipe to suit your diet and tastes. If you do experiment please let us know if your substitutions work :-)
Could you use honey instead of the bacon syrup? Or what are some other alternatives?
Hey you might have something there with bacon syrup!lolol
Yes you can sub.
Awesome recipe! They taste great and were really simple to make! I used 2 Tbs. Maple Syrup (could try 1.5 T) and needed to add 2 tsp. water. Fast and easy!
Dana, so glad you enjoyed!
I had the issue of it coming together and after reading your comment tried a dab of water and BAMM dough has formed.
Thanks for your comment Alicia!
My son cannot have any tree nuts at school, what’s a good substitute for almond flour
Lesley, I haven’t tried that so not sure. Here’s a link to my Nut-Free Recipes page that you might find helpful:
Coconut flour is not considered a tree nut. And is tolerated by most people with nut allergies. There are other flours too. Even Sweet Potato flour.