My brother and his wife had another baby so when my Dad and Mom Karen came up for a whirlwind visit, we squeezed in enough time to make crackers for a Canada Day potluck. VERY easy to make, these were so good that we had to put them away before we ate the them all! One of the seasonings we used was from Satko’s Real Food who hosted a GIVEAWAY (contest is now over). See all of our recipes from this during Satko Week.

Thrasher’s Crackers

  •  2 cups flour
  • 1 tsp. baking powder
  • 1/2  tsp. salt
  • 2/3 cup warm water
  • 1/3 cup olive oil

Preheat oven to 400*. Stir dry ingredients together, make a well and add water and olive oil.

Makes a soft dough, divide in to two balls.

Brush olive oil on a large Costco cookies sheet, and roll one ball into pan.  We used a Pampered Chef dough roller (but you can just press it on cookie sheet too) until it is very thin.  Drizzle olive oil over dough  and brush. Sprinkle with kosher salt, poppy seeds, sesame seeds and Parmesan cheese plus any seasoning you like.  By the way, in this photo below is my Mom Karen and my Daddy :) And I must say, I LOVE how she’s using this industrial cart for prep work! (if you remember, we used it to make a Breakfast Bar for son’s BDay). 

For what we were doing, we used two different types of seasoning- The Maple Bacon from McCormick and also Lemon Pepper from Satko’s Real Food. The Maple Bacon is mild with a smokey tone while the Lemon Pepper has a spicy flavor that makes a great compliment to your toppings. The Lemon Pepper ones were my favorite- very addicting! For a sweet snack, you could also use cinnamon and sugar.

Using a pizza roller or a sharp knife, cut them into squares or you can use a cookie cutter. We used a little ducky one which is a great substitution for fishy crackers! But DON’T FORGET to cut before you put into the oven though ;) or you’ll have ONE big cracker! WHILE KEEPING AN EYE ON IT, bake 12-15 minutes. If not serving right away, store in an airtight container.

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