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Tamari Carrot Crackers (raw, GF, vegan)

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OMGosh!!!!  This bread is amazing!!  It is the perfect consistency making it a wonderful pleasure in creating a sandwich. It’s not Wonder Bread but it is delicious.  Today, I made myself not 1 but 2 sandwiches!  Aaaah, what a treat!  Sometimes I miss that tactical feeling of two slices of bread filled with goodness inside,  within my hands.  So this really made my day.

Makes approx. 9 squares that are 4×4”
(I modified this recipe but you can find the original recipe on: http://kristensraw.blogspot.com)


  • 4 cups of carrot pulp
  • 1 cup flax-seed, ground
  • 2 Tbsp tamari
  • 2 tsp turmeric
  • 1 tsp coriander
  • 2 Tbsp mesquite powder
  • 1 1/2 cup water (as needed)


  1. Place all ingredients in a very large bowl.  I like to get in there with my fingers and really mix it well, making sure all the lumps are worked out.
  2. Pour all of the batter on 2 trays with the teflex sheet on the tray.  Spread out evenly all the way to the edges.
  3. I was able to score the bread size pieces right away.  This is a thick batter!
  4. Dehydrate at 105 degrees until the firmness that you desired it reached.  This can take 8+ hours.
  5. Store in an airtight container for 2-4 weeks.

Nutritional Value
I calculated this recipe on SparksPeople Recipe developer. I don’t know what the calorie difference is between the whole carrot and the pulp.  This calculation has factored in the complete carrot.

Serving Size: 1 (4×4) slice
Calories: 92
Fat: 4.3 g
Sodium: 151.6 mg
Potassium: 196.9 mg
Carbs: 10.7 g
Fiber: 6.4 g
Sugar: 2.6 g
Protein: 3.9 g

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17 thoughts on “Tamari Carrot Crackers (raw, GF, vegan)

  1. Sita Sun says:

    Amie Sue, I made these last week and love them. How long will they last in my pantry? Thank you. Sita

  2. Sita Sun says:

    Thank you.

  3. Margie says:

    Hi Amie Sue,

    Not sure if you got this post. Wondering how long did you dehydrate the Tamari Carrot Crackers?
    Thanks, Margie

  4. Lyn L. (mom of many) :] says:

    Good Morning Amie Sue,
    I would love to make these for my husband (they look yummy), but alas he is allergic to flax seeds, turmeric, and soy. I think I can use chia seeds in place of flax seeds (from reading other answers you gave on different recipes), but would love your advice on turmeric , soy and the flax (if I am wrong). Thank you for your time in answering my questions- have a blest weekend. :] Lyn

    • amie-sue says:

      Howdy Lyn….

      Goodness, I feel for your husband with all these allergies. You must be a god-send to him as you help create foods for him. :)

      Lets see, instead of flax, use chia seeds. As far as the tumeric goes, just replace with any spice that he enjoys. The tumeric isn’t a strong spice in this recipe, I used it for the health benefits. You could just omit it and not add anything in its place as well. As far as soy goes; try Tamari, Raw Coconut Aminos, Braggs Aminos… they all basically taste the same. Here is a link that I want you to read over to help. http://nouveauraw.com/special-raw-ingredients/soy-sauce-salt-substitutions/

      Off to bed I go… I have been apart of this far to long. haha I hope this helps Lyn. Blessings, amie sue

      • Lyn L. (mom of many) :] says:

        Dear Amie Sue,
        Thank you so very much, I printed out this information. He is also allergic to soy, but it seems he is ok with the coconut, so I will try this recipe with coconut aminos – Thanks again Lyn :]

  5. suzie blair says:

    amie-sue, I do not have a juicer to make carrot pulp, would I use grated carrots or make a carrot puree in a food processor. I love your recipes!!!!! I feel like you enable me to enjoy foods that I gave up because I did not want to take in all the fake foods and chemicals. Thank-you, thank-you for all your work!!!

    • amie-sue says:

      You are welcome Suzie and you are welcome. :) It is my pleasure to share my experiences in the kitchen. I think that the shredded carrots would be too wet. So go ahead and blend the carrots in the food processor or blender and then strain it through a nut bag… drink the juice and use the pulp in the crackers. :) Let me know if you try it and how it goes. Many blessings! amie sue

  6. Dreama says:

    You have a beautiful site and I am going to try some of your recipes. Can you freeze the carrot pulp in order to save up enough pulp for these crackers? I don’t normally use more than two carrots in my daily juice. I have tried to find ways to store it on the web, but most sites just tell you what you can do with it. I figure you probably know the answer. I don’t think it will last long enough in the fridge to save up that much carrot pulp. I am slowly saving my nut milk pulp (freezing it) to try some of your bread recipes. I have even gotten hubby on board using my almond milk instead of the store bought stuff! Thanks so much!

    • amie-sue says:

      Hello Dreama,

      Yes, absolutely! I tend to always freeze veggie pulps and nut pulps so I can accumulate a decent stash for recipe creating. hehe Great job in getting your husband to transition over to almond milk. :) Try other nuts and seeds too! Have a blessed holiday season, amie sue

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