Homemade Cheez-Its Recipe

There’s nothing better than homemade versions of our favourite snacks, especially when it comes to Cheez-Its! 🧀 🐭

These crispy snacks are pretty easy to make if you have a food processor. The best part is, you can choose whichever cheese you like, so get creative! 👩‍🍳

Ingredients:

  • Two of your favourite cheeses (we recommend you choose some kind of cheddar for one of them)
  • Half a cup of almond flour
  • Quarter of a cup of regular flour
  • Spices (paprika, salt, pepper, etc). We recommend using the homemade meat rub recipe from our previous post.
  • Water

Method:

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celcius.
  2. Using a food processor, blend the cheese until it becomes crumbly.
  3. Add the flour and spices, then blend again to incorporate.
  4. Slowly add water whilst blending until it resembles a doughy consistency. You won’t need much water, so be careful not to add too much, too quickly.
  5. Place the dough onto some baking paper, place more baking paper on top and roll out using a rolling pin until you reach a thickness that resembles crackers.
  6. Take the top baking paper layer off and throw it away. Using a pizza cutter or knife, gently cut squares into the dough.
  7. Then slide the bottom layer with the dough onto a baking sheet.
  8. Cook for about 20 minutes. Then go over the cuts you made previously again so that each cracker fully separates.
  9. Take the baking paper out of the tray and continue baking the crackers for another 5 or so minutes until crispy.
  10. Let cool so they harden slightly and enjoy!

 

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