Still being in a Swedish mood I thought I share my recipe of home-made crackers. Crackers, or knäckebröd as we call them, are very important in our diet. They could be eaten at anytime of the day and with another meal. At school we always got ‘knäcke’ with the served lunch. And at home we often ate them with a fish dish. And they are always found on the christmas buffet table! Best eaten however is in the afternoon spread with butter with a strong cheese and slices of tomatoes sprinkled with cracked black pepper. And a hot cup of tea to go with that.
This recipe is super easy, healthy and to top it off, it’s gluten-free!

2 eggs
50 gram sunflower seeds
50 gram pumpkin seeds
50 gram sesame seeds
25 gram linseeds
pinch of salt

Preheat the oven to 175°C.
Whisk the eggs slightly.
Mix all the seeds and salt in a separate bowl.
Pour the eggs over the seed mix and stir well.
Cover an oven tray with baking paper.
Pour the mixture in the tray and flatten with the back of a spoon until you get a nice thin square.
Put in the middle of the oven for 10 minutes.
Let it cool a few minutes and cut in squares.

These are really tasty with cream cheese or goat cheese (chèvre type).