light,crisp, slightly sweet
1 cup chia seeds, unsoaked
1 cup unhulled raw sesame seeds, soaked 8 hours or overnight
½ cup light agave, or date syrup
¼ cup water, or maple syrup(not raw)
1. mix all ingredients together.
2. allow mixture to stand(stir a few times) for about an hour,or more, to thicken.
3. roll out,covered with food wrap, 1/8 inch thick on parchment paper on mesh sheet.
4. score into desired size crackers.
5.dehydrate at 115 degrees for 18-20 hours till crisp, or as desired.
also yummy using 2/3 cup chia, 2/3 cup sesame and 2/3 cup hemp seeds:)
a filled variation of these crackers are shown on my goji jam recipe
wow, these look amazing. I'll have to try it soon.
thank you so much,Aziah! you made my day:)
These are GREATLY UNDERRATED! These are fabulous and turned out wonderful using "hulled" sesames. The key IS to let them sit...which I did for a couple hours. I made the "Cookies" with the goji jam and they are wonderful! *5 stars*!
hi angie!i think they should be fine. i use the seeds that say "brown" unhulled sesame seeds.let me know if you make them,i'm not sure why bitt had a problem.these are my current"addiction"!p.s. my mom and i are both named angela too:)
I think my sesame seeds are the hulled kind - will it still work?
also, im not sure if the type of agave matters,i use great light one from www.organicnectars.com i think i did read that some people have trouble with agave drying in the dehydrator.
hi bitt,so sorry you had a problem.i have made these several times and the most important step is to let the mixture stand long enough to absorb all liquid.i have used all combinations of water/agave/maple syrup which only seem to alter the sweetness.once i rushed it, and didn't soak the sesame seeds, and just rolled them out on the teflex sheets, and they took forever to dry.the parchment paper seems to help them dry better until you can flip them.
uh...ours fell apart. any tips?
thanks healthymarcus.if you are into it,its also good with 1/4 cup maple syrup in place of the water
looks great and very easy. I think I will try it sweet and then salty with herbs! thank you