Homemade Cracker Recipes

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Homemade Cracker Recipes

I’m pretty sure that it’s been years since I bought a box of crackers from the store. Ever since my first experiment with crackers (Plain Crackers), I’ve been hooked on the fresh taste of the homemade cracker that you just can’t find in a box!

12 Homemade Cracker Recipes

To share my love of crackers with you today I’ve gathered my favorite cracker recipes that I’ve posted here on Little House Living and that some of my blogger friends have posted. I hope that after you look through this list you will be inspired to make up a batch of your own fresh crackers!

wheatcrackersHomemade Wheat Crackers

Love Wheat Thin crackers? These are your homemade alternative!

homemade-chocolate-crackersWhole Wheat Chocolate Crackers

Yummy! Kind of like a chocolate graham cracker. Perfect for a sweet, crunchy treat!

GF crackers6Gluten Free Cheese Crackers

A yummy cheese cracker for those that need a gluten free option.

graham crackersHomemade Graham Crackers

When I was growing up we used to make frosting to put on our graham crackers….anyone else? 🙂

saltinesHomemade Saltines

This is the first cracker that I ever tried to make homemade. Not a true saltine cracker but a great plain cracker to pair with cheese.

FlaxCrackersHomemade Flax Crackers

Great crackers for snacking and a good way to get in some Omega 3s!

Cheese Crispies

These crackers are great if you are on a low carb or gluten/grain free diet. Just one ingredient and so tasty!

Goldfish-CrackersHealthful Homemade Goldfish Crackers

Skip the store version and make these healthy homemade crackers for your little ones!

Buckwheat-Lentil-Crackers-WmkLentil Buckwheat Crackers

A great healthy option. This recipe also has some variations for those with allergy needs.

Homemade Cheese-Its

These crackers are delicious and have a great burst of cheesy flavor!

Homemade-Cracker-Sideview_Title3 Ingredient Homemade Crackers

These are so easy to make! Great if you have limited supplies and time.

How to Make CrackersBrown Rice Crackers

These are our all time favorite crackers! Pair this recipe up with the Cheeseball recipe below for an awesome party snack.


Sweet Potato Toddler Crackers

These crackers are great for little ones with allergies.

I like to enjoy my homemade crackers with homemade dips…here are a few of my favorites that I have posted here on the blog:

Which homemade Cracker recipe will you try first? Which one is your favorite?


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  1. Thank you for sharing your recipes. God has blessed you with a wealth of knowledge. I am thankful to learn from you!

  2. Thank you for these awesome recipes! I look forward to making many of them. You are very generous to share you knowledge and skills.

  3. I love these, can’t wait to check them out 😀 After learning more about eating naturally and making the switch, I haven’t purchased any crackers so this is a perfect way to integrate my favorite snack 🙂 thanks!

  4. We really like homemade crackers … my favorite is homemade sourdough crackers. The sour-ness of the dough makes the crackers taste cheesy 🙂 I run the dough through the pasta maker for super easy, uniform crackers.

    I’ll give your ‘saltine’ crackers a try. Thanks for sharing!
    Frugal Home and Health

  5. These recipes look great, thank you so much for sharing them. I haven’t made crackers yet and keep going back to them. I personally don’t eat a lot of crackers, but we go through them when we entertain. How long do they last for? I only ask as we already spend two days cooking before a large gathering (that we hold twice a year) and I hesitate to add a third, however if I could make them well in advance I might be more inclined to make some of them up…

    1. I try not to keep homemade crackers for longer than a week, they tend to get a little hard after that time. We always eat them up before that though 🙂