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Gluten free Seed Crackers

Brought to you by Caroline van der Mey
from Healing Solutions

Gluten Free, Grain Free Dairy Free, Nut Free, Sugar Free

Seed crackers are super easy to make and so yummy,  Eat on their own or add them to your afternoon snack with a great dip.


3 cups of mixed seeds – sunflower, pumpkin and sesame

1/4 cup of flaxseeds ground

1/2 cup of chia seeds

1.cup of water


Options to add – cinnamon, ginger, herbs, pepper, chilli, cacao nibs


  1. Mix together and let it sit for 15 – 20 minus
  2. Mixture should bind together. If it is too wet add more flaxseed, if too dry add more water.
  3. Spread really thin on baking tray. I use a silicone sheet over my baking tray.
  4. Optional sprinkle with pepper or other herbs or spices
  5. Cook in a low heat (170) at the top of oven for 30 minutes (check after 20 minutes)
  6. Remove from oven- cut and flip over to the other side
  7. Return to oven for 10 minutes or till crisp
  8. Remove from tray and let them dry on baking rack.
  9. Place in air tight container.

About the Author

I have been a practitioner since 1994 and am a current member of ATMS and the Guild of Naturopathic Iridologists.

I am passionate about natural health and helping others on their healing journey. Iridology is a key area of interest for me and as well as physical iridology I have studied Rayid and Personality iridology with the original founders of these techniques.

Being able to see eyes through magnification gives great insight into the persons health and personality. I love sharing my knowledge with others and this has lead me to lecturing at local naturopathic colleges as well as overseas.

I also run courses sharing my knowledge with others on a variety of topics including Nutrition, Iridology, Intuitive Healing, Tissue Salts, Flower Essence and more. As a naturopath, I see people with all sorts of health issues, and have specific interest in thyroid related health issues, autoimmune conditions, digestive health and the body mind connection.

This has led me to have a great understanding of the nervous system and how stress is intimately related to many of the health conditions that are prevalent today.

I always look forward to being part of Natural Medicine Week as it gives me a chance to share my knowledge with those who may not normally get to meet me.