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3-Ingredient Everything Bagel Grain Free Crackers (with homemade seasoning!)

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Delicious grain free crackers made with almond flour, flax seeds, and homemade everything bagel seasoning. You just need 3 ingredients to make these crunchy healthy crackers for the perfect low carb, high protein snack. This grain free recipe is perfect for vegan, paleo, and keto diets and is perfect to dip into your favorite hummus or guacamole.

Everything Bagel grain free crackers recipe

I’ve always found it kind of crazy to buy almond flour crackers from the store. They’re so expensive, and they’re one of the easiest recipes to make at home.

I make this healthy cracker recipe A LOT for so many occasions, like when we’re:

  • on the road traveling for nomad life (keep up to date on our travels here!)
  • hiking in the national parks (check out all my hiking travel guides here!)
  • having a charcuterie picnic with friends while playing the HT Conversation Deck

That’s because these everything bagel grain free crackers are, well, everything. I have a nut and seed version in my Healthier Together Cookbook, which pairs with my carrot tartar with crispy capers recipe (it’s addictive). But I wanted to experiment with an even easier version, one that you could make quickly with just few ingredients in one bowl. Happy to report, I nailed it.

These crackers are crispy, crunchy, perfectly savory and utterly delicious. In this recipe, I used the homemade everything bagel seasoning that you might remember from my everything bagel popcorn recipe. If you’re looking to serve these crackers as healthy party snacks, pair it with season hummus, like this restaurant-style hummus in summer, this herby spring pea hummus in spring, and this butternut squash hummus in fall.

Everything you’ll need to make grain free crackers

The best part about these almond flour crackers are that they’re so EASY and use all clean ingredients. It’s low carb, high protein, and packed with plant based protein and healthy fats. Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Almond flour: this heart-healthy gluten free flour is essentially just ground up almonds, so it’s proven to contain most of the almond’s health benefits, like lowering cholesterol and being high in fiber.
  • Flax seeds: flax seeds are high in protein and fiber and low in carbs, and have been shown to be a beneficial ingredient in anti-inflammatory recipes.
  • Seasonings: fine grain sea salt, onion powder, and everything bagel seasoning are all you’ll need to bring make these crackers addictive.

Customize this healthy cracker recipe

I have a feeling you’ll be obsessed with the flaky onions, crunchy sea salt, and toasty sesame seeds from my everything bagel seasoning, but you can use whatever seasoning you like. Just follow the same steps and swap out the everything bagel seasoning for your flavor of choice. I actually think healthy ranch seasoning, taco seasoning, or nutritional yeast would be delicious!

Everything Bagel grain free crackers recipe

How to make homemade crackers

Making your own homemade grain free crackers from scratch might seem intimidating, but I promise it’s super simple. All you need for kitchen tools is some parchment paper, two large baking sheets, and a rolling pin (a wine bottle works here too!)

  1. Make the dough. Start by mixing all of the ingredients except for the everything bagel seasoning in a bowl so that a big ball forms.
  2. Roll it out. You’ll want to roll out the dough on a lined baking sheet and covered with parchment paper (so it doesn’t stick to your rolling pin) until it’s cracker-thin. Then, add the seasonings evenly across the cracker dough.
  3. Bake and flip. Once you bake the cracker square for 15 minutes on one side, then cover it with parchment paper and second baking sheet, carefully flip it so the crackers are on the new lined baking sheet, and bake again for another 15 minutes. Then, cut the large cracker into smaller squares. Reduce the heat and continue place them back in the oven for 30 minutes until crispy.

Storing tips

To keep these crackers fresh, store them in an air-tight container at room temperature for up to a week.

More healthy roadtrip snacks to try:

Glucose Friendly Cookies and Cream Cookie Dough Bites

Super Clumpy Cardamom Orange Creamsicle Granola

Crispy Roasted Chickpeas Three Ways

The Perfect Sweet Potato Chips

Cheesy Rosemary Popcorn

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Healthy Everything Bagel Crackers

3-Ingredient Everything Bagel Grain Free Crackers

  • Author: Liz Moody


  • 1/2 cup ground flaxseeds
  • 3/4 cup almond flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon fine grain sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder (optional, but recommended for extra flavor)
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 tablespoons of everything bagel seasoning, store-bought or homemade


  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Mix together all of the ingredients except for the everything bagel seasoning in a bowl until a big ball forms. Let it rest for10 minutes.
  3. Place the ball in the middle of the sheet and cover it with an additional sheet of parchment paper. Use a rolling pin to roll out the ball until the dough is cracker thin (it won’t rise). Remove the top piece of parchment and set it aside (but don’t throw it away—you’ll need it later!)
  4. Sprinkle the rolled-out dough with the everything bagel seasoning.
  5. Bake for 15 minutes. Remove from the oven, cover with the reserved sheet of parchment paper and another baking sheet, then carefully flip, so the large cracker ends up top-side down on a new baking sheet. Return to the oven for 15 more minutes.
  6. Remove from the oven and reduce the heat to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Cut the large cracker into evenly sized cracker squares. Space out the crackers a bit so they’re not touching each other. Return to the oven for 30 minutes, until crispy. Serve or save for later! 

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  1. Courtney says:

    Loved the taste but when I went to cut them they were so dry they broke apart.. too brittle. Do I just add more water next time?

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey Courtney,

      I’m sorry to hear that! I haven’t had that issue with this recipe, so I can’t say for sure what would help. You could try adding more water though.

      xo, Liz

  2. N. Blandus says:

    Absolutely the best gluten free cracker around, and so easy and a lot more flavourful then those expensive packaged crackers!

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey there,

      I’m so glad you love the recipe. Thanks for sharing!

      xo, Liz

  3. Liz G says:

    Love this recipe!! Simple to make and delicious!

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey Liz,

      I’m so glad you love the recipe! Thanks for sharing.

      xo, Liz

  4. Sharon says:

    Just made a few batches of these so I can bring with to parties and actually partake of cheese & crackers over the holidays (can’t eat grain anymore due to health problems). These are really yummy. Better than any store bought cracker I’ve ever had – even regular grain-based crackers. One thing I did a little differently is that since I don’t generally buy onion powder, I minced some garlic in a garlic press and put it in water. I only had to let it sit a few minutes before the garlic flavor completely infused into the water. Then I strained it and used a 1/2 cup for the water in the recipe. So easy to do!
    Also, I made my last batch a little different because I saw how the everything bagel topping was falling off the crackers and getting wasted. I mixed in the topping into the dough and I have to say it’s even more delicious and very little topping gets wasted. I don’t know why they don’t do this for bagels too! Will be making these probably on a weekly basis. I’m addicted!
    One last thing: If there is salt in your store bought everything bagel topping, you can skip adding any salt to the dough. I didn’t do that for my first batch and the crackers were too salty. Just read the ingredients on your store-bought topping.
    Anyway, thanks for this recipe! It’s a life saver for me!

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey Sharon,

      I’m so glad you love the recipe. Thank you for sharing your tips!

      xo, Liz

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey Joan,

      I would only recommend storing them in a tightly-sealed container in the fridge for up to a week.

      xo, Liz

  5. Rachel says:

    Hi! I am so excited to make these! Would chia seeds work in place of flaxseed? Thanks!

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey Rachel,

      Unfortunately no, chia seeds won’t work like flaxseeds here. I hope you enjoy the recipe!

      xo, Liz

  6. Laura says:

    These are so good!

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey Jane,

      I’m so glad you love the recipe!

      xo, Liz

  7. Phyl says:

    Delicious. But I didn’t want to turn on the oven so I baked them in the air fryer. 3 minutes on first side and 4 minutes after I flipped them.

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey Phyl,

      I’m so glad you love the recipe! Air frying them sounds delicious.

      xo, Liz

  8. Carrie says:

    What is the nutritional information for this recipe

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey Carrie,

      We don’t count macros, but there are a lot of websites you can input ingredients into if you’d like that info!!

      xo, Liz

  9. Lori Leahy says:

    I added some finely grated parmesan & warmed the water then added minced onion, let it sit while I mixed other ingredients. YUMMY!!! ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!! I also added another splash of water for the bonus ingredients. The only thing I’ll do different when I make them again in a couple of days is to spray the parchment lightly with oil. I had a minor issue with sticking & it pulled up part of the “dough” after the flip. Also, I only used salt & pepper for seasoning because…. garlic dip.

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Wow that sounds DELISH! And great call on the no-stick tip. So glad you like the recipe! xo, Liz

  10. Amy says:

    These are fabulous. I thought I had almond flour, but couldn’t find it. I used oat flour instead. My family likes them as well. I will make again. Thank you for the recipe.

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Yay! I’m so glad you like them! xo, Liz

  11. Amy says:

    These are fabulous. I thought I had almond flour, but couldn’t find it. I used oat flour instead. My family likes them as well. I will make again.

  12. Phoenix says:

    Easy and so crispy/tasty! Thanks for the snacks.

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey Phoenix,
      I’m so glad you liked them!
      xo, Liz

  13. Magdalena Love says:

    I have tried lots (and I mean lots) recipes for carb free crackers, I tried this on a whim, since it’s only 3 ingredients and I always have them on hand. I was amazed, best crackers in the world and carb and lectin free!!!! I didn’t have the everything bagel mix, but used my own flavors instead. I think I’ll be making them couple times a week so I can never run out, thank you for a perfect recipe.

    1. Liz Moody says:

      Hey there! The fact that there’s only 3 ingredients might just be my favorite part too. So glad you liked them!!
      xo, Liz

  14. Tiffany says:

    Have you experimented with other nut meals? My husband is sensitive to almond meal and I know not all nut meals are equal, but wondering if you’d tried other options with a recipe like this? Looks delish!

  15. Crystal says:

    GREAT recipe. Thanks!!

    1. Carolyn says:

      Wonderful recipe. I also love the fact that this recipe is customizable for what you have on hand.