Super Easy Savoury Crackers

dairy-free savoury crackers

I’m constantly striving to find more savoury snack options – it’s so easy to revert to a sweet snack when you’re avoiding dairy and eggs and nuts. Even breadsticks which you would imagine are as plain as plain can be are a no- no if you can’t go near sesame. Besides, whilst crisps are delicious and often available, they’re best eaten in moderation and not always the go to savoury snack. I have a few savoury options on my site already – ‘mini cheddars‘, savoury nibbles, scones and breadsticks to name but a few. But, ‘variety is the spice of life’ and other choices are always welcome, especially ones as easy as these. These deeply rich, tangy and savoury biscuits are a wonderful thing – a great, almost addictive, little bite which really keeps the taste buds entertained.

If marmite isn’t your bag, and it is after all a love or hate it product, then miso would make a great alternative..
savoury biscuits, dairy-free

Super Easy Savoury Crackers

(dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free, soya-free, sesame-free, vegetarian and vegan)

dairy-free, egg-free, sesame-free crackers

Makes about 20

100g plain flour

70g dairyfree margarine

1 tsp marmite

1 tsp dried chives

  1. Pulse together all the ingredients in a food processor until they come together to form a dough
  2. Roll out and stamp out or cut out shapes
  3. Bake at 180 degrees for 10 minutes until starting to turn golden around the edges
  4. Cool on a wire rack
  5. These keep well for several days in a sealed container

free-from savoury biscuits

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Sandhya says:

    These crackers look so good Lucy!

    1. lucylox says:

      Thanks Sandhya x

  2. Your crackers look crunchy-yummy. I look forward to giving them a try.

  3. For such simple ingredients these look delicious Lucy!

  4. Ngarita Davies says:

    Look promising. I like vegemite etc but I can’t have anything with tyramine in :(. I don’t know whether miso does or not. So, I’m wondering if a soup mix of some sort might work instead?

    1. lucylox says:

      I would suggest anything that gives a real savoury taste, so maybe soup mix would work. Or perhaps soy sauce if that’s ok for you? Let me know how they turns out

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