Dehydrated juice pulp crackers

Hassle-free dehydrated crackers

Since upgrading to a better juicer, I am obsessed with making dehydrated crackers from the dry left-over pulp. I used to be intimidated by this but I gave it a shot, was quite successful and eventually developed my own recipes.

And by “developed my own recipes”, I mean I looked at different recipes online, got inspired and just wing it each time… I literally mix and match random ingredients, and eyeball the quantities.

Combine any of the following in a bowl:

  • Dry fruit and vegetable pulp (mostly vegetable)
  • Drizzle of olive oil
  • Pinch of salt
  • Dab of hot sauce
  • Sprinkle of nutritional yeast
  • Drizzle of tamari sauce
  • Seeds (sunflower, sesame, etc.)

Then, I flatten the mixture with my hands on parchment paper. I pop the tray back into the dehydrator and set the machine to 118F. I leave it for 4 hours, flip the cracker and then dehydrate for another 4 hours.

They don’t really look appetizing but they are a great replacement for the processed corn chips I used to dip in hummus or guacamole. Plus, they are raw vegan approved šŸ˜‰

Do you have any dehydrator cracker ingredient ideas for me?

M.

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