4 cups golden flaxseeds
4 cups sunflower and pumpkin seeds
2 cups chia seeds
3 cups onion and red pepper
4 cups carrot & celery veggie pulp left over from juicing
1 tablespoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon sea salt
3 teaspoons mixed herbs
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
Soak all seeds for 6 hours or overnight in fresh water. Your flax and chia seeds will become very gel like.
In your Vitamix blender, put 1 onion and 2 red peppers or the equivalent of 3 cups. Process on high until the mixture is almost a liquid and pour into a large bowl.
Add all soaked seeds and 4 cups of veggie pulp left over from making carrot & celery juice. Thoroughly mix all ingredients together until the cracker mix is evenly combined.
Scoop out your mixture onto your dehydrator sheets and evenly spread the mixture and begin to spread it out across the tray in the shape of a square.
Make sure to use your hand as a smooth rolling pin, moving your hand up and down across the mixture on the tray until its spread evenly and thinly across your dehydrator sheet. You want the crackers to be thin, so no more then 1/8 of an inch.
Score your crackers into the shape and size you’d like them to be using a spatula or the backside of a large knife (be careful).
Set your dehydrator to 35-63°C and dehydrate for about 12 hours.
Did you know?
Carrots are the number one vegetable recommended for eyesight due to the high content of beta-carotene and vitamin A, which improves eyesight. Carrots are also rich in antioxidants which fight cancer causing free radicals, these antioxidants also slow down the ageing process.