The term gluten-free crackers is a little vague. There are sweet crackers, salty crackers and the bland kind you eat when you have a stomach ache. However, one thing we can all agree on is that they are crackers. Whether you sprinkle them over soup, slather them with cheese, tapenade or other spreads, or pop them in your mouth as is, crackers are special.
42. Soaked Gluten-Free Graham Crackers
Detailed recipe and credit – justtakeabite.com
These may look a little different than your standard graham crackers, but make no mistake – they still taste amazing! One issue with working with gluten-free flours is that they can be really heavy, making even the best cracker recipes come out of the oven dense and difficult to chew. Enter the process of soaking the grains first. This makes them much easier to work with and gives you a lighter, crisper texture. It may mean you have to plan in advance to make this recipe, but the results are so worth it.