If you’ve never baked cookies with your kids, this is a perfect starter recipe. The best part is that there’s no eggs in this Graham Cracker recipe dough, so you can let your kids roll, cut out shapes and enjoy a taste of the dough AND the final baked product!

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It’s not that I make everything our family eats from scratch, but I do try to make as many of the sweet treats my kids eat as possible. I recently realized that Kenya had never eaten a graham cracker before. How is that possible?! 

Graham crackers are like a total cookie rite of passage for kids! When I was Kenya’s age, I think I ate them every day of my life. So, my next recipe challenge was born.

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It’s not that I’m against pre-packaged cookies or crackers (I’ve definitely bought a few boxes in the past two years), but it’s so much more fun to make them with your kids. I have to say this is one of my favorite new sweet treat recipes, especially when it comes to school lunch. 

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Not only does the recipe make a TON of cookies, but you can cut them out and freeze them to bake as you need them. It takes no time for me to make the dough, roll it out and then let Kenya take over, using mini cookie cutters to pop out the sweetest, crispiest graham crackers I’ve ever tasted. They reminded me of the ones I used to eat as a kid, but even better!

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Graham Crackers

Homemade Graham Crackers are a fun activity to make with your kids and are perfect for a quick snack or to put in a school lunch for a treat!
5 from 2 votes
Servings: 12
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes

Ingredients  

Instructions 

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • In a food processor or mixer combine the first 6 ingredients.
  • Add cubed and chilled butter to the mix and pulse/mix until it resembles coarse meal.
  • Add honey and water and continue to mix until it all combines.
  • Remove and shape the dough into a flat disk and place between two pieces of parchment paper.
  • Roll dough out until 1/4 inch thick. Cut into crackers or shapes.
  • Place cookies on a Silpat or parchment lined baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes.
  • Cool and serve.
  • To Freeze: After step 6, place the cut out cookie shapes on a baking sheet and freeze for 20 minutes. Remove, place in a Ziploc bag, label and freeze for up to 4 months. When ready to bake, follow steps 7-8, adding an additional 1-2 minutes baking time.
  • ** If you have no Whole Wheat, you can use 1 Cup Oat Bran to 2 Cups AP Flour instead of what the recipe calls for and it works perfect!

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Nutrition

Calories: 90kcal | Carbohydrates: 15g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 3g | Cholesterol: 10mg | Sodium: 90mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 6g
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About the Author

Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.

Comments

  1. 5 stars
    I have been making these crackers for years. Literally! The best homemade graham crackers ever. Many of my friends think they taste like gingerbread cookies so perfect for around the holidays too and with your morning coffee. Perfect for young and old.

  2. These look wonderful! I only keep white whole wheat flour on hand, can I use that in place of the regular whole wheat? I normally use them interchangeably, but I was wondering if you need the texture that comes from regular whole wheat flour in this cookie recipe. Thanks!

  3. I love these and make them all the time! My 2 yr old just got diagnosed with a wheat sensitivity – any ideas for changing the flours? He’ll throw a fit if I give it to his brother and not him….

  4. I mix my dough with a fork and my hands every time. Just takes a lot of time to get to the right texture of dough. It seems to get better as I go. I roll out a small portion, cut, and then add a little new dough to the previously rolled dough. That really helps it get to the right texture.

  5. You really need a tool to help mix these. I think doing it by hand you would have to mix for quite a while. The food processor is your best bet, although I bet a blender would work if you scrape it down often. A hand electric mixer could work as well.

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