Raw Celery Crackers


100 gr. flax seeds,

1 cup celery pulp leftover from the juice,

80 gr. sunflower seeds

50 gr. chia seeds,

1/2 teaspoon himalayan salt,

1 tablespoon capers,

2 tablespoon green olives ( seeds removed)

75 gr. red onion chopped,

55 gr. red pepper chopped,

1 teaspoon garlic powder,

1 tablespoon provence herbs ( or herb mix of your choice),

1/2 teaspoon cayenne


1.Soak flax seeds in a bowl and chia seeds in an other bowl for at least 2-3 hours or over night in fresh water.

2. Place  onion and  red peppers, pulp left over from making celery juice into the food processor and mix until smooth. Then add capers, garlic, all herbs and soaked seeds.

3.Thoroughly mix all ingredients together until the cracker mix is evenly combined. Scoop out your mixture onto dehydrator sheets and evenly spread the mixture and begin to spread it out across the tray in the shape of a square.

4.  Score your crackers into the shape and size you’d like them to be using a sharp object like a spatula, pizza cutter or even the backside of a large knife

5. Set your dehydrator to 42 degrees and dehydrate for 8-10 hours. (  If the crackers aren’t dry enough flip them over and dry for an additional 6-8 hours.)


If you haven’t juiced, you can also just put carrot and celery in your food processor until it’s completely broken down and pour it into your bowl with the other ingredients. If you do this rather than using veggie pulp, the crackers may take longer to dehydrate because the mixture will contain more water.

You want the crackers to be thin, so no more then 1/8 of an inch.


  • Kolbrún March 12, 2019 at 1:34 pm

    Wow these look amazing! I love that you used the pulp from juicing 🙂
    Will try this recipe for sure.

    • Gurme Vegan March 12, 2019 at 4:15 pm

      Thank you Kolbrún. Hope you like, let me know the results if you give it a try 🙂

  • Teri Taylor May 19, 2020 at 10:37 pm

    Any way of getting cup measurements in place of grams? I’d love this recipe but don’t have a scale and use US metrics

  • Teri Taylor May 19, 2020 at 10:43 pm

    Also. If I’m not using pulp but using processed carrots and celery as suggested in your Notes section (love that idea!) can you please share quantity as well? Thank you!!

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