I make these regularly for dinners and for lunches during the week and it suddently dawned on me that I should really share the recipe!
These are so easy to make, very quick and taste awesome out of the fry pan or cold the next day. They're delicious crumbled over a salad, topped with pesto or guacamole or even eaten as a burger pattie.
1. Add all ingredients together in a bowl and mix well (I use my hands!).
2. Form into 6 medium sized patties.
3. Heat a fry pan and add coconut oil. Cook patties for 4 minutes each side or until nicely browned on top.
Enjoy hot with a side salad or keep in the fridge for lunches during the week. Will last for 5 days in the fridge. They also freeze well.
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After much indulgence on the blog of late, I decided a savory option was in need.
Store-bought crackers and hummus can be full of nasties, including vegetable oils, refined flours and various additives and preservatives, so why not make your own?
Made with whole food ingredients, these crackers stay firm and crispy for weeks in an air-tight container!
Perfect to whip out after school for the peckish kiddos and a rather eye-pleasing addition to any antipasto platter if you're entertaining.