These healthy linseed and chile crackers can be eaten by anyone. Linseed is a nourishing food in a balanced diet due to its high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, which play a crucial role in strengthening immunity and maintaining good blood vessel health. Because of the seaweeds, chile, and fresh parsley, these crackers taste delicious and are very addictive.
- 9oz (250g) linseeds,
- juice of 5 medium-sized carrots and 2 celery ribs,
- 1 small or medium chile (according to taste), chopped,
- 4 tbsp fresh parsley, finely chopped,
- 4 tbsp dulse or wakame flakes,
- a large pinch of salt,
- a sprinkle of chili powder (optional).
Makes about 12 crackers
- Add the linseeds to the freshly made carrot and celery juice, then mix in the chile, parsley, seaweed flakes, salt to taste, and chili powder (if using). Leave for up to 2 hours to give the linseeds the time to soak up the juices.
- Spread the soaked linseeds in a thin layer on a piece of parchment paper on a baking sheet. Bake in a preheated 125°F (50°C) oven for 3–4 hours.
- With a knife, cut the crackers into squares. You can serve thicker pieces instead of bread with soup.