Vegan Juice Pulp Crackers

Doreen Fish


If you own a juicer save your pulp!! These crackers are delicious and nutritious!!

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4 Hr


6 Hr


8 oz
veggie or fruit pulp...i used apple and carrot for this recipe
6 oz
1 oz
flax / chia seeds...i used half of each to make 1 ounce
2 oz
sunflower and or pumpkin seeds
cinnamon and palm suger to taste...i added approx 1/2 tsp cinnamon and 2 tsps palm sugar

Directions Step-By-Step

After juicing save about 8 ounces of pulp for this can use more if you like but adjust the recipe accordingly.
Weigh out your chia/ flax , sunflower and pumpkin seeds and put in a bowl. add the 6 ounces of water and pour over. Mix well. let sit for 4 hours. You’re doing two things here – you’re sprouting the seeds and nuts and you’re allowing the flax and chia seed to take on a huge amount of that water and turn into a faux egg white mixture to hold your cracker mixture together.
After 4 hours mix your water/ seed mixture together with your pulp in a food processor....blend together...if it is too thick you can add a little water. Mix in your seasoning and spread it over the solid tray in your dehydrator. Dry for 6 hours at 105.Flip and dry other side if still a little "damp"
If you don't have a solid sheet for your dehydrator you can use parchment paper.
For those that have no dehydrator you can use a cookie sheet covered with parchment and bake it at 200 for 2 hours.
*If you are doing all veggies you can season with soy sauce, s& p and what ever you like....experiment!!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Other Tag: Healthy