Two Ingredient Banana Flax Crackers

This morning for breakfast I made banana flax crackers to go with my jelly spread. I did research and make sure Smuckers didn’t use gelatin in their products so it’s confirmed a vegan product.

It can’t get easier than 2 ingredients! 1/2 Cup flax seeds and 1 medium (browned or extra ripe) banana. Mas the banana with a spoon until its creamy with few lumps. Add the 1/2 cup flax seeds and mix.

For the Mini Crackers – Grease a baking sheet with olive oil cooking spray, drop 1 Tbsp drops and press flat. Bake for 20 minutes on 300 degrees or until the edges are brown and the tops are hard.

To make my larger crackers I dropped 1/4 cup of mix into each whoopie pie pan slot and pressed it down until it was even. Before dropping the mix I greased it with olive oil cooking spray. Bake them for 20 – 25 minutes on 350 degrees.

They were so delicious and tasted like my moms banana bread! I know flax seeds need to be ground up but I wanted that crunchy texture. I’m going to try making these with ground flax seed tomorrow so I’ll let you know if it turns out.

I also had walnuts, almonds and fresh pineapple with my banana crackers.

These would be perfect to bag up on road trips or take to work for snacks!


  • Brenda Barton

    Trying this cracker recipe today! I hope their delicious 😋

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  • Khadija

    The moment I saw this recipe, I knew I had to try it. Its so simple, and simply genius. This is a great way to try out flax seeds and to use that last over ripe banana.

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  • Cynthia

    Any idea how long these stay good for? And do they need to be refrigerated or are they ok left out? Mine turn out more soft like a cookie than a cracker.

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  • Sofie

    Know its an old post but just made these and they aee GREAT!
    I found a great rasio when iuing grams: 9:10!! Fx I took 63 g banana to 70 flax – perfect!!
    So delicious!
    I did also add a pinch of potash to be sure it Got crisp 😉

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  • mary

    I only have ground flax on hand. How did the recipe go when you tried the ground? It looks WONDERFUL. (Seen on Dr. Axe fb).

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