Crispy Flatbread Crackers ~ Nik Snacks

Bite it and write it. That's what I do. Fueled by butterbeans & collard greens.

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On 12:24 PM by Nikki @ NikSnacks in , ,    No comments
You learned how I feel about pizza yesterday. Today, I get to regale you how I feel about snacking, specifically crackers.
If I'm not eating pizza or fashioning together some tacos, I'm eating crackers. Crackers and cheese. Crackers and pimiento cheese. Crackers and Gilmore Girls. Crackers and olives. Crackers and jelly. Crackers and hummus. I could go on...

I'm sure you eat crackers too, but have you ever made your own? Me either. Until now! 

When I saw the recipe on Wewalka's website, I have to admit: I was wary. Big time.

"How is this pizza dough goin to turn into crispy, crunchy crackers? And it's no using the flatbread dough!"

Oh, how I was wrong.


The original recipe makes 24 crackers but I don't know how to follow directions and I ended up with 60 crackers!
Me not following directions 

Wewalka just cut out all of the work for me (except math, apparently)! Essentially: turn on the oven, cut some triangles, bake and eat. It's perfect for parties, personal snacking and they are easily customizable. All of the recipes on Wewalka's site beg to be tried. Why not try this premiere refrigerated dough in your home tonight? Sold at Harris Teeter and Publix, you can find it easily by checking here

I sprinkled a little grated Parmesan cheese on the dough to give it some flavor because without it, the crackers were pretty bland and unremarkable. I suggest doing that or sprinkling a salt/pepper mix.



Crispy Flatbread Crackers

Ingredients
1 pkg. Wewalka Family Style pizza dough
2 Tbsp. olive oil
4 oz. cream cheese
herbed salt (to taste)
handful green olives, sliced
handful fresh herbs of your choice (e.g. mint, dill, parsley, chives)


Find the rest of the recipe HERE


This is a sponsored post. I received compensation in exchange for writing this review. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own. 

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