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Eureka Crackers

1 ½ cup almond flour

1 cup parmesan cheese (finely ground)

2 eggs (beaten)

Pinch of salt

Black olives chopped – optional


Olive oil for brushing


Spices I like to use:


Chili flakes




Gluten & sugar - free

I am not big on social media. It’s just not my thing.

Before I launched my website, I was told it’s important to have some presence on social media. So, I chose Instagram. Even though I have my issues with this medium, I do follow chefs, cooks, food experts, etc., among other wellness experts. 

I started following the beautiful and talented Israeli Food journalist and a TV host, Rita Goldstein.

When she posted this crackers recipe, it was a Eureka! moment for me. Besides being an easy breezy recipe, it also seemed quite fantastic. I had all the ingredients at home, and at my fingertips. I probably made it within five minutes after coming across Rita's post.

Of course - and it goes without saying - I had to put my own spin on it with the added olives and different spices. But for the three main ingredients, I stuck to Rita's recipe.


AND the crackers pair perfectly with the


1.        Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. 

2.       Place the almond flour, cheese, eggs and salt in a mixing bowl. Add the      chopped olives if desired.

3.       Mix well and form a single ball

4.       On a big baking sheet place the mixture ball between 2 sheets of parchment paper.

5.       Spread, flatten and roll with a rolling pan.

6.       Remove the top parchment paper.

7..       Top with your desired spices.

8..       Brush with a little bit of olive oil so the spices won’t burn.

9.       Mark and cut the crackers with a knife (size them as you wish – your choice).

10.      Bake for 15-18 minutes (I like them more of a cracker texture better than a soft-chew).

11.       Cool just a little before consuming.

  • I can’t even tell you how to store them because they don’t last!

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