Cassava Lavosh Crackers are just what you need for crunching if you are gluten free. These rustic crackers hold up well to spreads!
There are times when you just NEED to nosh. You forage in the pantry, but all you find are sweet potato chips (that maybe you’re tired of), and tortilla chips (that give you a belly ache). To you, my friends, I offer a way out. Make your own crackers!
I must caution you, though. These are addictive. While the AIP doesn’t restrict calories, they do still exist. My daughter and I once finished off a batch of these in about five minutes. 😬 I think I was just so happy to have an actual cracker to eat that I forgot to stop!
Some of you may be wondering, “What the heck is cassava?” Cassava is a root vegetable, sometimes called yuca or manioc. While some people are sensitive to it, cassava is acceptable on the AIP/Paleo diet. Tapioca comes from the same root, so if you are sensitive to cassava, best to stay away from tapioca, too. Cassava flour is made from the properly processed root. My favorite brand is Otto’s cassava flour.
If you feel you can trust yourself with these, I give you the recipe. Don’t say I didn’t warn you! 😂
As always, I wish you great love and deep healing.
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