MYO crackers

I have been looking for a myo cracker. well I found one. they really aren't too bad and you can certainly play with the recipe some as well. 1 1/4 cup flour 1/2 tsp salt 2 tbsp butter 4 tbsp water. mix all until it forms a ball. roll out really thin. cut. put on cookie sheet and bake

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    Fire MYO crackers

    I have been looking for a myo cracker. well I found one. they really aren't too bad and you can certainly play with the recipe some as well.

    1 1/4 cup flour
    1/2 tsp salt
    2 tbsp butter

    4 tbsp water.
    mix all until it forms a ball. roll out really thin. cut. put on cookie sheet and bake (watch really closely I burned the first batch) for about 10 minutes. it says to do at 400, but I decreased my oven to 350 because I burned the first ones. The kids love them and they are all of pennies per batch. I will do a for sure amount of money on them after I do the shopping again!

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    Sounds simple enough!
    Thanks,
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    not a problem. I was looking so I thought I would share with you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flutterbye0419 View Post
    The kids love them and they are all of pennies per batch. I will do a for sure amount of money on them after I do the shopping again!
    One of my favorite snacks as a kid was saltine crackers with grape jelly. Sounds a bit strange now, but they were perfect and easy afterschool snacks.

    Here are other cracker recipes:

    Honey Graham Crackers


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    Thanks for recipe. I added a little powdered cheddar cheese (1 Tbsp or so - from our local cheese factory) and they tasted like Cheese Nips! I did have to add 2 more Tbsp water and I rolled some too thick, so they became doggie treats. I poked each with a fork and sprinkled with salt before baking & turned half-way through baking. I REALLY hate using the rolling pin --- has anyone tried using a cookie press?

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    I haven't tried a cookie press but bet it would be like a wheat thin if you did, as long as the dough is soft enough to go through.

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    Well we've covered saltines, Graham Crackers and even a note about making cheese nips! Here's my Wheat thin recipe:
    1 3/4 cup whole wheat flour
    1 1/2 cup white flour
    1/3 cup oil, emulsified in blender with 3/4 teaspoon salt and 1 cup water

    Mix dry ingredients. add oi8l salt mixture. Knead as little as possible. Makes a smooth dough. Roll dough as thin as possible on unoiled cookie sheet ( no more than 1/8 inch thick. (I use a cooking stone)

    Mark with a knife to size of crackers desired, but do not cut through. Prick each cracker a few times with a fork. Sprinkle dough lightly with salt or onion salt as desired. Bake at 350 degrees until crisp and light brown. About 30 Minutes.

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    oohh.. i LOVE wheat thins!! can't get enough of them!

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