View Full Version : Anyone heard of "Snowdrop's Spicy Pizza Crackers"?
06-13-2008, 05:49 PM
I read somewhere that these are good and I can't find them on this forum. Would someone be able to direct me to them please? Thank you muchly.:)
06-13-2008, 06:31 PM
Post from Rawkinlocs :)
Are these them?
Okay, so when Sweetlips first shared the Bell Pepper Cracker recipe with me, I tried it and admit that I had to substitute the red pepper for green as the store didn't have any other color than green and I had to substitute (in part) cashews with other nuts as I didn't have enough cashews on hand. The crackers were good, but different than what I have in there NOW!
This time, I followed the recipe to the letter and sprinkled some nutritional yeast and a little sea salt on top. I pulled out a couple and spread some of Alissa's Marinara Sauce on top. OH MY GOODNESS was it ever good! I made all of my kids try it and my little brother. They all (with the exception of my son) liked it and said it tastes like Crazy Bread (Little Caeser's Pizza's breadsticks). My oldest son hates garlic and therefore, didn't like the sauce on it, but liked them plain.
This is a real winner, especially when craving something "cheesy" and can easily fill the desire for pizza in my book!
Just wanted to share and in case you missed the recipe for the crackers here it is again:
"Bell Pepper Crackers" as previously posted by Sweetlips
1 whole bell pepper (not green)
1/4-1/3 C cashews (can also use pine nuts)
salt to taste
spices (opt)- I used a little onion powder, garlic powder, and a dash of paprika
1 slice of jalopeno -Thankfully I had some that I had dried and stored!
1-2 TBS of nutritional yeast flakes (opt)
blend all ingred till smooth. pour onto a teflex and dehydrate over night, flip over onto the mesh sheet and dehydrate until done (not moist and a bit crispy).
06-13-2008, 07:55 PM
rawstrawberry, I have no idea if this is the recipe but it certainly sounds delicious and I will keep the recipe anyway, thanks!:)
06-13-2008, 09:11 PM
said snowdrop in her blog. I had forgotten about this. But I am going to try that one you posted here rawstrawberry. So thanks very much again.
Powered by vBulletin® Version 4.1.4 Copyright © 2013 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.