Homemade Rosemary & Parmesan Crackers – {Kinda Gluten Free….}

Okay, confession time!  This recipe comes from a lovely gluten free recipe book.  The book shares recipes using almond flour, it is really fantastic!  That being said, I seriously ran out of almond flour for the cracker recipe….BLURGH!!!!

Soooooo….Why Terra is it “Kinda Gluten Free?”  Wellllllll…because I will share the recipe both gluten free, and well- not gluten free.  I had to crack open my Bob’s Red Mill Whole Wheat Flour.  I love Bob’s Red Mill!!!

In the recipe I will definitely share where to make it gluten free!  This recipe is very versatile.  You can use whatever herb you have available.

A few months back I finally got one of my dream toys, a cracker cutter.  Don’t tease me, they are seriously fantastic!!!  Here is the step-by-step of the cracker making process, because I had that much fun making them!


First, take the dough and place between to pieces of parchment paper, or wax paper.  Roll dough out,  you want to roll it out pretty thin.  About 1/16th of inch.

Once you have the dough rolled out, then you break out that cool new toy and cut your crackers.  I did not measure them or get them all precise.  I like when things are not uniform.  Heck, no two crackers should be alike!

I then separated the crackers, and discovered I should have rolled mine out a bit more….oh well! A thick cracker is pretty fantastic too, right?

Place on a greased cookie sheet.  You could probably put them closer,  they don’t puff up much.

When I brought them out, I had to put them on a rack with less holes.  My normal cooling racks have large holes, and the crackers wanted to fall through.

I pretty much love these crackers!  They have a fun crunch with each bite, and are full of delicious flavors!  I just recently read ‘In the Defense of Food’ by Michael Pollan.  So making homemade crackers makes me so happy!  Anything with less than 50 ingredients is going to be a bonus right?  In the coming weeks I will be sharing recipes with more whole foods, and less processed foods.  First stop, the farmers market, they just opened here.

Yields 10

Homemade Rosemary & Parmesan Crackers

A crunchy cracker, full of flavor!

10 minsPrep Time

10 minsCook Time

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1 1/2 cups almond flour
2 cups whole wheat flour (or 2 cups almond flour)
2/3 cup freshly grated Parmesan
2 Tbsp chopped fresh rosemary
1 tsp salt
2 eggs
2-4 Tbsp olive oil, add slowly, and mix.
3-6 Tbsp water, add slowly, and mix.


Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Grease cookie sheet with cooking spray.

Chop rosemary finely, and set aside.

In medium bowl - mix together flour, parmesan, rosemary, and salt.

In small bowl - mix together eggs and olive oil.

Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients. Slowly add one tablespoon at a time of water to dough. You want to bring dough together, and it should not be dry. It will have a consistency like pie dough.

Place dough in between two pieces of parchment paper, and roll dough out thinly. Roll dough to about 1/16th of inch thin.

With pizza cutter, knife, or the fancy cracker cutter, cut your crackers to about 1-2 inches each.

Place on greased cookie sheet, and bake for about 10-12 minutes depending on oven.

Let cool, and Enjoy!


The original recipe called for 2 Tbsp olive oil, and 2 Tbsp of water. So if you use just almond flour, start at the small amounts of liquid, and add more if needed. The recipe made 90 crackers for me, and is just a fun snack. So I really don't know how many this recipe would serve, it varies really! I did not use a ruler and get uniform crackers, I just went for it. Remember no two crackers are alike! I had a few crackers that were a little thick, so I had to bake them for about 12-15 minutes.


This weekend is going to be spent snacking on crackers with hummus and some Southwest Chobani dip, YUM!!!

What is your favorite herb to cook with?

What is your favorite cracker?

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  • I love cooking with fresh basil and lavender! 
  • Yummychunklet
    I've been seeing a lot of homemade cracker recipes lately. These look great and sound like a delicious flavor combination.
  • Yummychunklet
    I've been seeing a lot of homemade cracker recipes lately. These look great and sound like a delicious flavor combination.
  • Sprint2theTable
    These look delicious!  I've love to try one with some lemon zest and thyme.
  • I am a home made cracker fan and would love to try gluten free. Can't take my eyes off on the picture of the just baked crackers. Looking made me sad coz I only get to see, but I can make these delicious crackers! Will wait for your  recipes with more whole foods, and less processed foods. Thanks for sharing =)
  • i love the pretty cracker shape.. crinkly pretty things.. i am all for whole foods! and home made crackers are the best.. makes the tummy all happy!
  • I still haven't made crackers yet.  These look so amazingly good.  I love you.  :)
  • What gorgeous looking crackers.  And that's a gadget I don't have.  I'll have to go and get myself one.  Love the two versions.  Would like to try the gluten free.  Love Bob's Flour Mill too - great range of products xx
  • I love the combinations of flavors you used; two of my favorites combined together but all I can think of really is..where the heck did she get that cracker cutter? That is such a great touch!
  • Maria
    how lovely to find a GF recipe that appeals to everyone! Can you advise where to get the almond flour from?  I will def give these a go once I source the flour.  Thanks for the recipe. 
  • These crackers look phenomenal!!! And, a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do...thanks for sharing both versions :)
  • Hello, this is my first time here. I can't believe how great this recipe is, just perfect. I have to make this. And, just for the record, I have cracker cutter too, and I love it. :)
  • Katie {Epicurean Mom}
    Parmesan and Rosemary?? I'm sold! These look so good Terra! 
  • Junia Kim
    wow terra! making crackers is a lot of work, but you did a fabulous job. parm and rosemary sound wonderful together :) and i have cracker cutters too, but haven't used them yet!
  • Love that a cracker cutter is your "dream toy" Terra :-)  These crackers look phenomenal-really!  I've been munching on some Skinny Crisp Crackers which are very yummy and are made from almond flour and chickpea flour, so I'm thinking that would be a great combo for these too!  Now I just need my hubby to buy me a cracker cutter...
  • I love your cutter Terra! I would be running it across every cookie/ cracker possible. lol.  Rosemary and parmesan crackers sound fabulous. This surely goes on my must bake list. :) 
  • I've never made crackers before. Yours look great!! So delicious and flavourful with the herbs too! mmm I'm eyeing the dip in the background!! Bet this would go so well with cheese too!
  •  Cracker cutter? hehe =D I have to get myself one too.  I have never ever made crackers in my life before, but I am eager to do so soon. (dont tell anyone but we r getting an oven hopefuly soon) ;) Gonna check out your dip now. thanks for sharing Terra!
  • These look s yummy munch Terra... I keep thinking of making cracker at home but i don't know why I don't???? Love these gal...
  • these looks wonderful - I love rosemary and parmesan combined! 
  • Tecadee
    Recipe sounds great! I've made crackers n the past and hv used a knife or a fluted cutter. My cutter looks like yr cracker cutter. Not sure the difference. I use it for lots of things. Such as ravioli, pies, and cookies.
  • Oh, these look (and I'm sure taste) amazing! And I'm a Michael Pollan fan, too! Eat (real) food, mostly plants ..not too much! Something to that effect... : )
  • These crackers can be another new addiction!  I've seen rosemary crackers (maybe it has parmesan too but not sure) last year and I wanted to make them.  Completely forgot about it.  Your crackers look so delicious.  Healthy snack but I'll need a good portion control for these yummy crackers. ;-)
  • Choc Chip Uru
    These look crazy delicious - totally beating the Sa-Ka-Ta rice crackers for sure :D Scrumptious! Cheers Choc Chip Uru http://gobakeyourself.wordpress.com/