Healthy Anti-Aging Turmeric Crackers

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If you haven’t used turmeric yet, my Anti-Aging Turmeric Crackers are a great (and super-delicious) way to get started! These crackers are full of powerful and nutritious ingredients like carrots, chia seeds, turmeric and ginger. Oh yeah!

I’ve started to cook more and more with this ‘holy powder‘ and I’m looking forward to testing more turmeric-filled recipes this summer, so stay tuned!

Turmeric provides a whole range of health benefits because it’s a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Check out my Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Turmeric, and then whip up these crackers for a powerful afternoon snack!

Anti-Aging Turmeric Crackers
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Serves: 30 crackers
  • 8 carrots – pulp & juice
  • 1 onion – diced
  • 1 cup chia seeds
  • ½ cup sesame seeds
  • 1 apple
  • 1 orange
  • 1 tablespoon turmeric powder or grated fresh
  • ½ thumb size piece of fresh ginger
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  1. In a juicer, juice your carrots, apple, orange and ginger. Be sure to juice your carrots first and set the carrot pulp aside. Now in a food processor place all your ingredients including the juice and puree until well combined.
  2. Take your cracker batter and evenly spread the mixture out over 2-3 dehydrator trays for even drying. Once evenly spread out, score your batter using a knife, cracker size pieces to make breaking them apart when done easier.
  3. Dehydrate at 115 for 12 hours. If using your oven, be sure to bake at the lowest temperature on parchment paper until all the moisture is removed. This will take several hours. Once done store your crackers in an airtight container in your cupboard. The crackers will keep for up to 2 months. You can even freeze half the batch to eat later.

Cracker Batter Scored for easy separation

Cracker Batter Scored for Easy Separation

Small Cracker 1


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  1. Wendy-Lynne MacKinnon says:

    Dear Adam:
    This recipe for anti-aging turmeric crackers looks really good, but I don’t own a juicer.
    I do have a Vitamix blender, which I use all the time.
    Could it be used for the “juicing” of the veggies and fruit?
    Hopefully, I can use this recipe.

    Sincerely, Wendy-Lynne

    • Adam Hart says:

      For sure Wendy-Lynne

      Go for it. It will work out perfectly in your blender!

      Let me know how it goes by sharing a picture when you are done on my Facebook Fanpage (Power of Food)

      Oh Yeah!

  2. Do you soak the chia seeds for this recipe? How do you know when to soak or not soak chia seeds for a recipe? Thanks

    • Adam Hart says:

      Hi Paola

      In this recipe you do not need to soak the chia seeds. In all my Power of Food recipes I will always mention if soaking is part of the recipe steps. Let me know how it goes making these yummy crackers.

  3. Hi Adam,

    I have to cook mine in the oven. How thick do you lay the batter before cooking or dehydrating? Thanks 🙂

    • Adam Hart says:

      Hi Emma

      I usually go about 1/2 and inch thick. The thicker you spread it out the more it turns into more of a bread then a cracker. both ways are amazing! Let me know how it goes!

  4. If i dont have a juicer can i simply grate the carrots?

  5. Melissa Tice Stacks says:

    The recipe says to set the carrot pulp aside. Does it go into the processor with the other ingredients also?


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