Recipe: Rosemary Crackers with Olive Oil and Garlic

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12 thoughts on “Recipe: Rosemary Crackers with Olive Oil and Garlic

  1. Katy SkipTheBag

    Crackers can be so easy to make, but I rarely think to do it. These look amazing! Thanks for sharing on the #WasteLessWednesday Blog Hop!

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      I want to mix some smoked cheese in the next batch Katy, hope it turns out awesome! ~TMH~

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  2. Anne In The Kitchen

    These sound great! I used to bake crackers a lot, but then my husband and the kids were diagnosed with celiac disease. I just don’t bake as much since then. However, I’m thinking these would be great for me to snack on. I love cheese, crackers, and a boiled egg as a snack on work nights! Thanks, for the inspiration! (By the way, I hope y’all dodged all the hail last weekend. We didn’t get any, but some farm friends the otherside of town were hit pretty hard.)

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      Sadly we’ve only been able to dodge the rain for the most part, Anne. The hail has found us almost every storm! LOL ~TMH~

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  3. Alison's Allspice

    I am always looking for ways to use my HUGE rosemary plant. These crackers look great, and I’m glad to know that you can include some whole wheat flour. Pinned for later, thanks!

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  4. Nikki Gwin

    They look delicious! Rosemary is my favorite herb. I once went to an Italian restaurant that had a whole hedge of rosemary and I’ve wanted to do the same ever since. I do have one nice large shrub but not a whole hedge. LOL 🙂 gwingal

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      I planted 3 small rosemary shrubs off our back porch several years ago Nikki. One didn’t like being located next to a downspout so it moved itself out about 3 feet and kept on growing. LOL It’s about 3.5 ft high & 3.5 ft wide right now. Another on the end of the porch had a similar problem of a downspout location but it was also popped hard by the drought 2 years ago. It’s about 3.5 feet tall but only about a foot or so wide. But the other rosemary? It’s not near a downspout and has never skipped a beat. It’s the one I’m constantly harvesting from for cooking & soap making. It’s currently about 5-ft tall and almost 9-ft across. It’s deep vibrant green and blooms all the time. I absolutely love it! ~TMH~

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  5. ColleenB.~Texas

    your crackers looks delicious. Was wondering; just wondering now mind you , but to make the crackers thinner couldn’t a person run the dough through a pasta machine?

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    1. ColleenB.~Texas

      (last minute thought) I think by using a fork to poke holes it keeps the crackers from ‘puffing’ up, just like you would do with a prebaked pie crust.

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      1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

        Yes you’re correct colleen, but I didn’t bother with that step & mine came out fine. I think it may be because they were so thick. When I get them rolled thinner I’ll probably go ahead & prick a couple of holes into each cracker. ~TMH~

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    2. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      Great minds thinking alike? I thought the same thing Colleen but the dough was too heavy to roll smoothly through. I may try kneading it or thinning it a bit to see if that might allow me to run it through the pasta roller. I’ll be sure to share how that goes! ~TMH~

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