Mind Body and Cake

Keeping fit in a college lifestyle

Banana Flax seed Crackers

What do you do with a ton of flaxseeds and a banana your about to toss out….

You make Banana Flax seed Crackers of course!

I found this idea on Taralynn Mcnitts blog.

I was very Leery about this recipe, but they turned out so good!

Mash up 1 banana and add 1/2 cup of flax seeds. Mix well together and drop about a spoon full for each cracker on a baking sheet.

Bake at 300 degrees for 25 minutes…your kitchen will smell like banana bread 🙂

And I’m serious when I say they really do taste like banana bread.

These crackers are so healthy and full of fiber to fill you up. I think I’m going to keep some in my purse to take tailgating at the football game tomorrow!

If you try making these tell me what you think!


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8 thoughts on “Banana Flax seed Crackers

  1. I’m all for my house smelling like banana bread! Will definitely try this recipe! You made me a believer when I tried your quinoa recipe. It’s actually my lunch today–quinoa with Stacey’s Multigrain pita chips, a small green salad, and peach. Yummy! Thanks for the unique, but also tasty ideas Michelle! 🙂 KP

  2. I did these all 3 of my kids and myself think there great! Thank you.

  3. Mine didn’t come out flat like yours , they retained a cookie shape. They’re delicious. I think I’d like them to be flat though. Any suggestions?

  4. Ah, I see why. I baked them at 200 instead of 300. I’ll try the higher heat next time, maybe that will flatten them out!

  5. alexis on said:

    I know this is from forever ago, but I was wondering roughly how many crackers 1 banana and 1/2 cup of flax seed makes? I’m using this recipe for a nutrition class and I would like to give everyone a taste.

    • This recipe made about 8. It depends on how big you make them as well.
      I am so excited to hear you are going to use this recipe for your nutrition class! Hope everyone likes them!
      Good luck!!

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