This keto cracker recipe is brought to you by Fiesta Brand Seasonings!
If you’ve been searching for a keto friendly cracker substitute, look no further! These Pepper Jack Keto Cheese Crackers are the perfect thing for dipping, snacking of dunking in a bowl of soup! Light and crisp, these keto crackers are perfect to serve on the appetizer table for your upcoming holiday gatherings! These slice and bake crackers are quick and easy to prepare and make ahead! Keep them in the fridge or freezer till you’re ready to bake them off!
One of the biggest things people miss when on a keto or low carb diet are crackers or something crunchy. I’ve never been a huge cracker person but the Cowboy loves crackers with every meal…so I totally get it! So it was time to come up with a flavorful keto cracker to serve up and enjoy for the upcoming holidays.
Making keto cheese crackers
These keto cheese crackers are so easy to make! Cream the butter and cream cheese together and mix in the pepper jack cheese. The rest of cast of characters goes into the bowl…almond four, coconut flour and some seasonings to make these babies pop! Onion powder, garlic powder and cumin are so yummy paired with the pepper jack…thank you Fiesta Brand Seasonings!!
To add a little crunch and rich, nutty flavor, I added in some chopped pecans. This combination reminds me of a cheese crisp I vaguely remember from my childhood, very similar to a cheese straw! Crisp, light, almost like a cheesy shortbread meets a cheez-it!
If you want a spicier cracker, you can use habanero jack, a spicier pepper jack or even add some cayenne!
The dough goes into some plastic wrap and gets formed into a log, just like refrigerator or slice and bake cookies, and into the fridge it goes. At this point, the cracker dough can sit in the fridge until baking or could even be frozen.
When ready to bake, the cracker dough gets sliced into rounds about ¼ inch thick and baked off! These babies bake at 300 or until golden…if you take them out to early they will not be crisp all the way through so be patient!
Let the crackers cool completely on the sheet pan before removing them!
These Keto Cheese Crackers are a so addictive and delicious!! The girls polished off a whole batch in no time!! Perfect to serve up in an appetizer spread for the holidays or to have on hand for snacking or packing in lunches these crackers are a must try!
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Keto Cheese Crackers
- 5 Tbsp. butter salted & softened
- 1 oz cream cheese softened
- 4 oz. Pepper Jack cheese shredded
- 1 cup almond flour
- 2 Tbsp. coconut flour
- ¼ tsp. salt
- ¼ tsp. cumin
- ¼ tsp. garlic powder
- ¼ tsp. onion powder
- ¼ cup finely chopped pecans
- In the bowl of a stand mixer cream together butter and cream cheese. Add the shredded cheese and mix until well combined. Add the next 6 ingredients and continue to mix. Stir in the chopped pecans.
- Place dough into plastic wrap and form into a roll about 2 ½ inches thick. Wrap up tightly and chill or freeze until firm.
- Slice chilled dough into ¼ “ thick slices and place on a parchment lined sheet pan. Bake at 300 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until lightly golden brown. Cool crackers completely on pans before removing.
Nutrition facts are approximate and will vary depending on the ingredients used. Carbs from sugar alcohols have been excluded since they have shown to have no impact on blood sugar.
2 thoughts on “Pepper Jack Keto Cheese Crackers”
These look so delicious! Thank you for posting them. I am having trouble figuring out your nutrition facts when you post them. It never states how big a serving is, so you don’t know if the 1 net gram of carbs is for one cracker, 3 crackers, or all 30 crackers! Is that PER cracker? The food labels in the store list how big the serving is, so you can tell. Thanks so much! I love your recipes, and can’t wait to make these, but need to know how many I can devour before I have had too many carbs for the day, LOL! 🙂 God Bless!
This particular recipe is per cracker…I thought that was easiest but as always these are just estimates. The nutrition facts vary on ingredients used, the size of the crackers you make etc., so the best thing is to make the recipe and divide the total nutrition facts by the number of serving you want or get. So if you make your crackers smaller and get 35, divide the total nutrition for the recipe by 35 for accuracy. I hope this helps!