As you may have noticed, we make many items from scratch and buy very little processed food. However, crackers are an exception to that general practice. We don’t eat all that many crackers, probably in part because they ARE processed and involve a good bit of packaging waste.
Once a baby entered the picture, crackers went on my mental “things I could make from scratch, but since I’m not in the habit of doing so, and life is now crazy, I probably never will” list, along with making soy milk and a few other things that I don’t remember right now.
A few weeks ago, Matthew printed out this recipe for homemade crackers. I set it aside, assuming nothing would come of it. Shortly thereafter, he took a turn staying home with our sick little Sir.
When I returned home from work that day, I found a fresh batch of homemade crackers. (In case making crackers and prepping dinner while caring for a sick baby weren’t enough, he also made homemade croissants, ensuring that I would look like a complete slacker on my days home with the baby — just sayin’).
Anyhow, I tried my hand at the crackers over the weekend, giving them a multigrain twist, and making a double batch, because we noticed that a single batch disappeared very quickly. Continue reading “Making crackers”