Carrot Pulp Crackers



Waste drives me absolutely bonkers, and even though I know I can (and do) toss my juicing pulp in my compost I’m always searching for ways to use up the pulp.  One of my favorites is my Raw Stuffed Peppers, but as much as I love them I can’t eat them EVERY day, so I decided to make carrot pulp crackers.

So I went on a personal quest and tried a bunch of carrot pulp recipes but I just couldn’t find one that my family was willing to eat… except for my poor husband who ends up eating the stuff we don’t like 🙂

So after a few botched attempts I came up with this recipe, although as a disclaimer I don’t LOVE these crackers plain. They are the crunch and body that should be in a cracker. Your yummy flavor will have to come from peanut butter, hummus, or my kids’ favorite veggie cream cheese. The great think about the plain nature of these crackers is that they can be used in so many different ways.

Carrot Pulp Crackers

Carrot Pulp Crackers – Recipe

4 cups carrot pulp
2 cups flax seed soaked in enough water to cover for a few hours
2 cups flax meal soaked with 2 cups water
1/2 cup olive oil
1/4 cup nutritional yeast
1 tbsp salt



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