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Watch this video to get my healthy and delicious recipe for onion crackers.
0:00 Keto-friendly onion crackers
1:02 Tasting the keto onion crackers
1:40 How to make onion crackers
In this video, I’m going to teach you how to make onion crackers. These onion crackers are a fantastic alternative to chips. These are super thin, just like a chip, but they are much healthier. These are a perfect low-carb, healthy alternative if you’re on the ketogenic diet. This is a really simple and easy recipe. It only has four ingredients. If you like onions, you’re really going to love this recipe.
3 large onions, peeled and cut into quarters
3/4 cup flax seed meal (or flax seeds ground in blender or food processor)
3/4 cup raw sunflowers, ground (as above)
1/2 cup Bragg’s Liquid Aminos (You can use organic soy sauce or shoyu, too.)
1/3 cup olive oil
Chop onions in food processor and put them into a large bowl.
Add remaining ingredients and mix well until well-combined.
Using Teflex (plastic) sheets for the food processor, put 2 cups onto a sheet and spread over the entire sheet.
This should make about 3 sheets.
Dehydrate on medium (135) for 12-18 hours. Dehydrators vary. They should be totally crispy.
Break into large pieces and store in a container. Enjoy!!!
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I hope you enjoy this delicious keto-friendly recipe for onion crackers. Thanks for watching!
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