Low Carb Crackers Recipe

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
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These keto-friendly Low Carb Crackers are gluten-free and made with almond flour. They’re topped with delicious everything bagel seasoning and parmesan cheese! Perfect for a snack or appetizer tray.

Looking for more low carb recipes? Try my Low Carb Keto Pancakes or this recipe for The Best Low Carb Bagels.

These Low Carb Crackers Are So Easy To Make

I’m back with another kickass low carb recipe! Low Carb Crackers that DO NOT taste low carb. Hallelujah!

As much as you all LOVE my low carb pancakes, I promise you will love these crackers just as much.

I have served these to so many people and they always ask where I bought them and tell me how good they are.

And then I drop the bomb that they are actually low carb and super easy to make. Next thing I know I am giving out my recipe again.

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These Almond Flour Crackers Are Also Gluten Free

Even though we aren’t eating full Keto/low carb now that I am pregnant again, Jorge does still try to be gluten free most of the time.

So we are still making these crackers just about weekly at my house and they are just so dang good.

These crackers all started with my Aunt Gay – the Queen of Low Carb.

She found a recipe for low carb pita chips and tried them…and they just weren’t very good. Bland.

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Cheese and Everything Bagel Seasoning Give These Low Carb Crackers Tons Of Flavor

She sent me the recipe to try to help figure out how to make them taste better.

First, I told her I would add a cup of parmesan cheese. They need cheese. Heck, every good cracker has cheese.

Then, I’m not sure if she had the idea first, or if I did, but we added Everything Bagel Seasoning from Trader Joe’s that I just love so much.

AND BAM. They were instantly, without a doubt, the best low carb crackers. EVER.

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Is It Hard To Roll Out The Dough For These?

The crackers themselves are very easy to make, the hardest part is rolling out the dough.

I have a good heavy marble rolling pin and it makes rolling out the dough a breeze.

However, even if you don’t have a rolling pin, you can still make these low carb crackers!

When we rented a house at the beach last Summer, we rolled out these crackers with a can! It’s totally doable!

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Are These Almond Flour Crackers Soft Or Crispy?

If you bake these crackers the minimum amount of time, they will be a little softer/chewier.

If you like your crackers crisp, give them an extra minute or two in the oven.

You can even pop them BACK into the oven after if you think they are too soft/chewy after they have cooled.

They also store wonderfully in an airtight bag for up to a week! Magic crackers, I’m telling ya!

I am so excited for all of you to make our all time favorite Low Carb Crackers.

They are insanely good and I promise if you make them exactly as the recipe states, no one will even know they are low carb. I swear!

Homemade low-carb crackers with Everything Bagel seasoning.
4.4 from 36 votes
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Yield: 42 crackers

Low Carb Crackers

This 30-minute low carb crackers recipe with savory parmesan, garlic, and crunchy Everything Bagel seasoning is great on any appetizer tray.
Prep Time15 minutes
Cook Time15 minutes
Total Time30 minutes


  • 1 ½ cup almond flour
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1 large egg
  • Everything bagel seasoning, to taste


  • Preheat the oven to 350°F.
  • Mix together the almond flour, garlic powder, salt and Parmesan cheese. Add the egg and mix until all ingredients are fully combined, I do this with my hands (as seen in the video). Create a ball with the dough.
  • Place the dough on a large sheet of parchment paper. The parchment paper should be the size of a large cookie sheet. Place another sheet of parchment paper of equal size on top of the ball of dough.
  • Use a rolling pin, roll the dough into a thin layer approximately 1⁄4-inch in thickness.
  • Remove the top layer of parchment paper. Sprinkle with everything bagel seasoning and press it into the top crackers using your hands.
  • Use a pizza cutter to cut/score the dough into small cracker sized squares. (You can use a knife to do this, but a pizza cutter makes it much easier.) Watch the video to see how I score the dough if you are not familiar with this process.
  • Place the dough and bottom layer of parchment paper on a large cookie sheet.Bake for 12 – 15 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Break apart into crackers along the scored lines once crackers have cooled.


Storage Instructions

These low carb crackers can be stored in an airtight container or Ziploc bag at room temperature for up to 7 days.


Serving: 6crackers, Calories: 250kcal, Carbohydrates: 15g, Protein: 12g, Fat: 17g, Saturated Fat: 3g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 12g, Cholesterol: 39mg, Sodium: 537mg, Fiber: 3g, Sugar: 2g


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  1. Nicole

    5 stars
    I just made these last night and my husband who is not gluten free loved them! This is both a reliable and easy recipe. I have tried gluten free crackers before with a lot less success. My only question is that there was a video mentioned, but I could not find it. I really wanted to see if my dough ball looked correct, but I just could not find that video. Other than that, this recipe was easy to follow and the bake time is pretty accurate. Thanks for posting. I am curious like another reviewer if anyone has tried this without the parmesan?

    1. A woman holding a camera standing in front of some shelves.

      Hi Nicole! I’m sorry the video had a server issue, but it has been fixed and you can view it in the recipe card! I am not sure how they would be without the parmesan, but if you try them that way, please come back and let us all know how they turn out! :-)

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  3. Peggy M

    I can’t use the Everything Bagel seasoning because it hurts my gums.  BUT, I use Cacheras Greek Seasoning and love it, so I tried it on top of the crackers, and it is perfect. I’ve been Keto-ing for 3 months and am so pleased with the results! But just needed something crunchy, and these do it! Thank you, and God keep you and yours safe and healthy.

  4. Emily

    These crackers are amazing!!! But, I think your net carb count is wrong… if there are 15g of carbs and only 3g fiber, how do you get to a net carb of zero??? 

    1. Susanne

      This is why I only go by total carbs. Too many people have different ways of figuring out net carbs and when I use total carb restriction of 40 to 50 g per day I never go out of ketosis

  5. Gay Fox

    Hi thank you for the recipe. Have a friend who needs low carb and wanted to make him something different for this birthday. My husband and I love them. Made it in the food processor so it was a snap. Baked half crispy and the rest a little more chew to them. I know he will love them. Thank you again. It is so nice to just make something instead of trying to figure it out your self. I want to make some with chopped pepperoni in them instead of the everything seasoning. Yum.  Keep posting great things. 

    1. Jolinda Marshall

      Almost anything I’ve baked with almond flour recommends covering tightly and sitting in the refrigerator for an hour before baking in a preheated oven. I’ll give that a try with some smoked Paprika and very finely minced fresh rosemary

  6. Ash

    Loved these – came out amazing … a little extra garlic, some extra sesame seeds and the everything seasoning was great!!

  7. Bernie

    Gms or ozs are fine but all cup measurements for different ingredients seem to differ.
    Help – really want to try your recipes so please put UK measurements also.

  8. george tarleton

    looks kick-ass to me. i will try it as soon as i get my arm out of a post op shoulder surgery.

    question- can i use jack cheese instead of Parmesan cheese?

    1. A woman holding a camera standing in front of some shelves.

      I would recommend a dry cheese if you are going to swap the cheese. You want something like parmesan – so you could also try asiago cheese or something very similar. Hope this helps!

    1. A woman holding a camera standing in front of some shelves.

      Hi Donna! It can depend on the brands you are using to make them. I recommend using a nutritional calculator, as I am not a nutritionist, to figure it out with the brands you are going to use! Thanks! 

      1. Duffylou

        Hi Jessica! I am preparing to make these crackers. I wanted to clarify, when you say grated Parmesan, do you mean the stuff in the can or shreds?
        Thank you!

        1. A woman holding a camera standing in front of some shelves.

          Hi Sharon! I’m sorry, the cheese is really important to keep the crackers dough together. Without it, they will just crumble. I’d suggest finding a diary free low carb cracker.

  9. Dorothy at Shockingly Delicious

    I am slightly obsessed with the everything bagel seasoning! I know these will be a huge hit!

  10. Grama JoAnne

    I am a Grama and I like your Texas spunk and cooking especially the snack crackers that are more healthy..For all ages.
    I pray you will develop you good recipes and drop the profanity, it does not help but harm you and you family… Your too pretty and smart and have children and a world of folks to set a good example for… Present yourself in the wholesome way you present your food… 
    Keep your eyes on the right body , mind, spirit and you will always do well and be blessed more…    from this Texan… Use the platform to the world with responsible wisdom.
    Thank you for all your sincere efforts and God Bless a beautiful woman wife and Mother…

  11. Martha

    In the recipe directions, you mention a video a couple of times, but I can’t seem to locate it on the page. Is it right there, in front of my face, but I’m missing it? (Wouldn’t be the first time! ) I’d like to watch it. Would you mind pointing me to it via email or posting the link, pretty please? These crackers look really good, btw. Can’t wait to make them. Thanks!

    1. A woman holding a camera standing in front of some shelves.

      Hi Martha! The video can be in a couple of places depending how you are viewing the website (on a phone, tablet or website). The video is usually at the very top of the page, but once you start scrolling it can move to the bottom right of the screen. I hope this helps! 

      1. Martha

        Just FYI, in case anyone else has the same problem: after reading your comment, I still couldn’t see the video anywhere on the page. So, I “whitelisted” your site on my ad-blocking software. Sure enough, it’s right there at the top of the page after refreshing Thanks!

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