1 cup raw sliced carrots
1 cup raw sliced celery
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 3/4 cups coarsely ground golden flax seeds
3-4 cloves of garlic
1 TBS Kirkland No-Salt Seasoning
1 TBS Onion powder
1 tsp powdered paprika
Another 1/2 - 1 cup of ground golden flax seeds for rolling out
I use this no-salt seasoning that I found at Costco -- but there are many others you could use too -- Like Benson's Table Tasty -- or even make your own mixture of herbs and spices that you have on hand.
1) Place the carrots, celery, onion and garlic into a powerful blender and blend on high until you have a mixture the consistency of applesauce. Transfer the mixture to a large bowl
3) Add the ground golden flax seeds until mixture becomes thick enough to roll out. It took me one and three-quarters cups of ground flax seeds to get to this point when I did this -- but if you measured the carrots or celery differently than I did, you might need more or less to get to a workable thickness.
4) Transfer the mixture to a parchment lined cooked sheet and sprinkle it with more of the ground flax, turn it over and sprinkle the other side too. Top with another sheet of parchment paper and flatten it a bit. Remove the paper, sprinkle with more flax and flatten even more. Continue this process until the crackers are almost as thin as a coin -- using the flax to keep it from sticking to the paper. As they get thinner and thinner, you will have to remove some of the dough. There is actually enough here to make two large trays of crackers -- but I decided to use the remaining mixture to make dehydrated crackers (pictures of that process are farther down in this post.)