Very versatile. This is from a recipe posted on the Bernstein Forum by Cathy. I have since used many variations of it and especially like making cereal in the morning with it! I think you'll love it! You can do so many things with it and it's so quick and easy to make. If I need a quick snack, I can throw this together in a minute and have some cheese and crackers. Really handy when I need to take something with me when I have classes during the school year and lunch comes way too late!
So here's the video and the base recipe with nutrition info is below:
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Easy Cracker (Cereal) Mix
Recipe By :Ginny's variations of original recipe from Cathy on Bernstein Forum
Serving Size : 20 (2 TBS each) Preparation Time :0:60
Categories : Bread Breakfast or snack
Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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1 cup flax meal, Golden
1 cup almond meal
1/2 cup parmesan cheese
The ingredients are a base recipe that I start from. Just mix all together and keep in a container. Add seasonings of your choice or make them sweet by adding cinnamon and more Splenda to make into a cereal. Experiment with other flours or meals. You can store this in a ziploc bag or plastic container in the freezer or frig, and when you want to use it just scoop out 2 TBS of the mix, add just enough water to make a ball of dough you can spread out. You spray a piece of parchment paper, put the dough on it, spray some saran wrap and put on top and spread with your hands or roll it, until it's very thin and flat and then microwave for 1 minute. Time may vary, but every time I do it, 1 minute works for me for them to come out just right. This is different than the original recipe I got this from, so you will have to find which works for you. I found that 2 TBS of water was way too much, and that 2 to 2.5 min. was way too long, so try the least first and add more if need be!
"You can do many variations of this mix changing seasonings, doing half flax and half almond meal or other meal. Can also use as cereal when sweetened and add cinnamon to it rather than savory seasonings."
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Per Serving: 69 Calories; 4g Fat (52.1% calories from fat); 5g Protein; 4g Carbohydrate; 2g Dietary Fiber; 2mg Cholesterol; 40mg Sodium. Exchanges: 0 Grain(Starch); 1/2 Lean Meat; 0 Fat.
NOTES : Each serving is 2 TBS of mix. If you add anything else to it add the carb count to that also.