Happy Monday luvs!
everyone have a great weekend?? we sure did. enjoyed some relaxation!
today we finally have the recipe you all have been waiting for….okay maybe our protein thin mints are more exciting than pulp bread-crackers, haha
most people refer to them as pulp crackers although we find them to more bread like than crispy like a cracker. either way you look at it, this recipe is great way to use up leftover juice pulp
How to make crackers out of juice pulp
here is what we did for the juice in this video – 4 stalks of celery, 1 beet, 1 small apple, 8 carrots. made 12 oz of juice.
here is the video of us making our veggie pulp bread/crackers
*this recipe is more a guideline, as we mention in video you do not need to worry about being exact
pure2raw recipe: pulp bread – crackers
prep time – 5- 10 minutes (depending if you have juice pulp on hand)
bake time – oven 350 for about 30-45 minutes
or dehydrator time – 115 about 6 hours, or if want real crispy crackers dehydrate overnight
- 2 2-3 cup pulp from juice
- 1/2 cup flax meal (or chia seeds)
- 1 cup water
- additions: spices or nutritional yeast
add your pulp, water and flax into a bowl or mix in a food processor. add in your favorite spices or additions. once blended, spread onto a dehydrator teflex sheet or cookie sheet if doing in oven
dehydrator or bake in oven till desired texture and crispness is achieved.
we cannot get enough of these pulp bread – crackers lately, love them with salads.
we crave them. might sound like a weird craving, but we love the flavor. which as we mentioned in the video, a lot of the flavor depends on the foods you are juicing!!! so please remember that when making pulp bread and crackers. if you use bitter greens, your bread might taste bitter.
we have made a few with a handful of greens thrown in…still yummy to us!
If you love crackers make sure you check out No Flour Cracker and Flatbread cookbook.
All the recipes are naturally gluten-free. Plus paleo and vegan friendly recipes.