Hope you all enjoyed a fun weekend. Me, I was off to Albany and back, to celebrate Melissa’s upcoming wedding. It was great to see her, if quickly, and to wave to the beautiful Hudson Valley (oh, how I miss weekends upstate with Chloe).
Before I left, I made a big batch of these cheesy almond rosemary crackers, which were half inspired by the famous (and rightly so) cheesy quackers from One Lucky Duck, and Susan’s rosemary almond crackers. They’re a little salty, a little cheesy (thanks to nutritional yeast, of course) and infused with the taste of fresh rosemary, which is one of my very favorite herbs. The make for fantastic snacking, spreading, and they’re also pretty tasty when you crumble them up and dumb them on a salad.
Right now, these crackers are dehydrator only. I tried baking them once (at 350) and they browned much too quickly, so I think the oven version needs some tinkering. If anyone has success with an oven batch, let me know what worked–I suspect a lower temperature for more time is probably the way to go.
And to the dehydrator-enabled, I hope you’ll enjoy these as much as I did. (Valerie, to whom I delivered a batch, is also a big fan.) I’ve been packing the up in baggies for snacks!
To come this week:
See you soon!