The Perfect Keto Cracker

The Perfect Keto Cracker

The keto diet is one of the trendiest diets in 2018. But what is it?

Simply put, the keto or ketogenic diet is a low-carb, high-fat regimen that focuses on eating meats, vegetables and cheeses and ditching processed foods.

The keto diet gets its name from ketosis, the state your body enters when it’s burning fats instead of sugars and carbohydrates for energy, according to Mayo Clinic.

Our super tasty flaxseed crackers are great for everyone on the keto diet, as flaxseed is naturally high in healthy fats and low in digestible carbohydrates, or net carbs. Flackers also help curb the crunchy cravings you get being on the keto diet, as you can't eat chips and a lot of wheat-based snacks. 

With so many people jumping on the high-fat, low-carb keto diet, we put together this list of keto-friendly foods you can enjoy with all your favorite Flackers crackers.

Flackers with Cheese or Vegan Cashew Cheese

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Cheese made from milk is naturally high in fats and low-carb, making it perfect for keto-ers to spread or dip their Flackers in while minding their diet. Cashew cheese is also a great option for vegans looking for keto options, as it’s high in nut fats. You’ll just have to keep an eye on how much vegan cashew cheese you’re enjoying since there are still carbs in cashews.

  • Flackers with Avocados

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    What can’t they do? The nutrient-packed avocado is a great option for everyone on the keto diet. Our Savory Flackers go great with guacamole. You could even make tiny avocado “toasts” with Flackers, avocado slices, and a thin layer of keto-approved cheese.

    Flackers with Greek Yogurt and Berries

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    Most fruit is off-limits for the keto diet, except for berries because they’re low-carb and high fiber. If you’re craving a bit of salty sweetness, our Sea Salt Flackers go perfectly dipped in greek yogurt and topped with your choice of blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, or blueberries. (check out this keto food list for exact carb counts for the berries).