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Simple Peanut Butter Crackers

Simple Peanut Butter Crackers
Emily Wilcock
Writer and expert2 years ago
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The snack with the snap.

Rejuvenate snack time with peanut butter crackers from @healthy_floflo. Nutty and full of crunch, they’re tasty by themselves, but equally as good with dip or as a garnish on your favourite summer salad. This recipe is not to be slept on — head to the kitchen and whip these up in no longer than half an hour. Try not to eat them all straight off the baking tray, but we wouldn’t blame you if you did. They’re just so tasty when warm out of the oven.

25 crackers


  • 800 g self-raising flour
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 3 tbsp. peanut butter
  • 45 ml water
  • 1 tbsp. sesame oil
  • 1 tbsp. sesame & nigella seeds



First put the flour, salt, peanut butter and water into a bowl, and mix thoroughly 


When the mixture is mostly combined, knead with your hands until it forms a ball 


Next, cover a baking tray with baking parchment, and roll out the dough until 1cm thick 


Using a pizza cutter or a sharp knife, cut the dough into slices roughly 4cm by 10cm  


Then brush the slices with a sesame oil wash and sprinkle over the seeds 


Bake at 180 degrees for 18/20 minutes 


When cooked, enjoy with a dip of your choice — we think they’re great with hummus! 

Nutritional info per serving:

Total Fat2g
Total Carbohydrates22g


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Emily Wilcock
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After completing an internship with Myprotein, Emily returned to university to finish her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and Marketing. With experience in lifestyle writing, Emily aims to entertain and educate through her work. Her focuses include recipes, real and inspiring stories, and working with writers to help provide easy-to-digest evidence-based research. Her work on recipes has been previously featured in The Supplement magazine, with a particular focus on high-protein, nutritious meals, plus advice on how to properly fuel your body. Outside of work, Emily’s top priority is food. She’s a self-professed star baker and a connoisseur of all things baked. In her spare time, she’s either cooking up a storm, our looking out for the opportunity to try out Manchester’s newest restaurants. But as a huge fan of carbs, if it’s not pasta or pasta-adjacent, she’s not interested. If she’s not in the kitchen, she’s tucked up with a book for an early night, or you’ll find her in the gym working up a sweat. Afterall, all those carbs require quite the appetite.