Crack me up

September Daring Bakers

This month’s challenge was hosted by Natalie and Shel. The recipe was Lavash Crackers (check out their sites for the typed-out recipe – I am too lazy!) and the great thing about it was the personalization. Other than the basic recipe, the rest was up to us! As you can see, I went very plain for my crackers. I did half sesame seeds and half Fleur de Sel. For my dip, I totally took the lazy way out – straight avocado!

Here’s what happened: I actually made crackers three weeks ago.

But I forgot to moisten the top, so the seeds didn’t stick. I ate the crackers themselves, over the next few days. 

Then, today, I was reading blogs on Google Reader and saw some challenges already posted! I guess I lost track of the date, so realized that I needed to post asap. The crackers are really easy and fast to make, but at 9 o’clock on a Saturday night… all I want to do is sit like a lump and watch the tv! So, I just put out some avocado. A few crackers were my post-dinner snack…

Might have peach bread too! 🙂

Check out all the other Daring Bakers here!


3 Responses to Crack me up

  1. How do you get to be part of Daring Bakers?

  2. Let’s not think of straight avacado as taking the lazy way out. I prefer to think of it as saving the avacado from the explotation of seasonings and the fight for flavor power from other fruits/vegetables and taking things back to the natural so the avacado can shine in its flavorful creamy glory.

    yeah, that sounds good, let’s go with that version. 🙂

    Your crackers really did turn out great. They have such a wonderful even color. Mine were a bit hodge podgey so it helped to just close your eyes when you ate them.

  3. hareandtortoise says:

    Good thought! The crackers were really tasty. I think I will try them again, and try to perfect the recipe… maybe try different seeds/salt/etc. on top.

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