Earlier this week I posted a picture of cheese crackers I was making on Facebook in my Easy Keto/Low Carb Recipe Page. I had lots of questions so I decided that next time I made them, I would document the back time and temperature. I also thought that although the ones I had made were good, they could be even better. So, I started experimenting. I’ve made them several times at different temperatures and baking times before finally perfecting the recipe. These have to be the most amazing and crispy ones I’ve made, and they are full of flavor thanks to extra seasoning. These Keto Cheese Crackers are so simple to make. The only ingredients are cheese slices and seasoning. You can’t go wrong with a recipe this easy. I’ve included all the details below.
These are the cheese slices that I used. They are the perfect cracker size, and I love that all of the varieties are in one package. I bought it at Costco, but it may be available at other retailers. If you can’t find cheese slices that are already cracker sized cuts you can purchase deli slices and cut them into smaller sizes.
Sprinkle the seasoning generously on all the crackers. Using parchment papers makes cleanup so easy!
One of the foods that I have missed the most since we started following a keto/low carb lifestyle is Cheese-Its. I have finally found a comparable snack that takes care of my “crunchy food” cravings! These are so good!
- Cracker Sized Deli Cheese Slices - I used Aged Cheddar French-Swiss, DutchGouda, and Havarti
- 3/4 tsp Red Pepper Flakes
- 1/4 tsp paprika
- 1/4 tsp garlic powder
Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
Cover cookie sheet with parchment paper.
Lay cheese slices flat to fill the cookie sheet. Leave a little bit of room between each slice. If they melt together it is no big deal as once they cool they will break apart easily. I used precut slices, but you can buy larger deli slices and cut them into smaller squares.
Sprinkle spices on cheese slices.
Bake for 23 minutes.
Remove from oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes before eating. Once they cool you can easily break apart any cheese slices that have melted together.
**Note: Baking time may vary due to variances in ovens and thickness of cheese. If the cheese isn't crunchy at 23 minutes, bake a little longer until they are. I would bake in 2-3 minute increments until I reached desired crispness.
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