Homemade cheese crackers



My children love goldfish crackers. How tempting it is to have that as a staple in our pantry because it is so easy to just grab. Most mother’s probably don’t give a second glance to the ingredients, I know I never did. As my quest to eating simpler and healthier  continues I try and find alternatives to those favorite processed items. This is a super easy and delicious alternative to cheesy snack crackers.

  •  2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
  •  1 cup white whole wheat flour
  •  1 teaspoon salt or salt free seasoning
  •  6 tablespoons room temp butter


cut up your stick of butter




Place the butter into your food processor






Add your flour and salt


Add your shredded cheese



Pulse your food processor until you get a ball of dough



Roll out dough 1/4 inch thick on a floured surface.


Slice into crackers or cut out shapes with a cookie cutter.


Bake at 400 degrees for 15-17 minutes.










Great served with spinach dip.









10 responses to “Homemade cheese crackers

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  3. Hi,

    I had a question about these. You said 6 tablespoons of butter but also say your stick of butter which a stick of butter is 8 tablespoons so I was wondering which was right? My dough came out kinda crumbley and I only used 6 tablespoons so I was wondering if that could the issue or if you had any suggestions? Thank you.

    • hey tosha, I am sorry I used the 6 Tablespoons, What kind of cheese did you use?? Maybe it could be that? Did you knead it a bit after the food processor? Maybe that could be it……let me know

  4. Hi
    Quick question for you. On the salt measurememts for the crackers. Is it a half tablespoon or one or two tablespoons?

    • stephanie i am so thankful that you brought this to my attention, I just went and updated this page it is 1 teaspoon of salt. Hope you are able to make them. Delicious. amy

      • Lol no problem Amy. I had already tried one batch they were pretty salty! I will do them again with the right amount this time. Thanks for replying so quickly. I appreciate your blog.

        • not a problem, I am sorry that you already made a batch:( I will be better to check for mistakes on amounts.

  5. Can you use a mixer instead of a food processor?

    • Hello, you probably can, you just have to make sure that your butter is softer and to knead it very well. Let me know how it goes!

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