My za’atar pita cassava crackers are a staple in our house. When you bake them, your whole kitchen will smell of the aroma of these crackers. For me, it takes me back to the memories of childhood, waiting outside the bread shop for our hot za’atar bread straight out of the oven.
Having a cracker or bread for dipping is so crucial, at least it is for our family! When snacking or during movie night, we love to have crackers and dips! Here are some healthy clean dips you can pair with these crackers: Fat Free Eggplant Dip, Babaganoush, Spicy Macadamia Cheese, Hummus, Macadamia Herb Cheese, Muneeza’s Overt Fat Free Hummus, Medical Medium’s Pomegranate Guacamole, or the Medical Medium’s 7 Layer Dip.
With only a few simple ingredients, you can easily make these za’atar pita cassava crackers in your own kitchen. Give this recipe a try and let me know how they turned out in the comments below.
Za’atar Pita Cassava Crackers
- 2 Cups cassava
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 2 Tbsp avocado oil
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 Cup water
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 Tbsp tomato paste
- 3 Tbsp za'atar
- Mix cassava, baking powder, salt, garlic powder evenly. Then add the oil, tomato paste and water to make a dough.
- Use a rolling pin and roll out the dough and score into square or diamond shapes.
- Sprinkle the za’atar on top of the rolled out dough and then bake in the oven at 300F for 25 minutes.
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24 thoughts on “Za’atar Pita Cassava Crackers”
Apologies Muneeza, I’ve posted a comment asking about the brand of cassava flour you use and I’ve just noticed there’s a hyperlink to the brand of cassava flour that you use in the ingredients list above the actual recipe so no need to publish my previous comment. I’ll try and purchase that brand and see if I have any more luck with it than I’ve had with the current brand, thank you 😀
You’re most welcome Heather!
What brand of cassava flour do you use please? I don’t seem to have much luck with any of the recipes I’ve tried with the brand I currently have. The dough for the crackers was very wet and kept sticking to the rolling pin. Once baked, the crackers turned out chooey in the middle so I left them in the oven a little longer which rendered them almost tooth breaking. Thanks for your help 😄
If your dough is on the wetter side, then just add a bit more flour. I add flour to the rolling pin and on the rolling surface to prevent sticking.
What is that delicious looking tomato dip that is shown in the picture with the crackers?
That is my tomato chutney found in my Chutneys and Sauces recipe book. https://muneezaahmed.com/chutneys-and-sauces-recipe-book/
raw or cooked?
Jacquelyn – they are cooked.
Very tasty! I didn’t have za’atar, so used a combination of sesame seeds, thyme, oregano, garlic granules & Vogel’s herbed sea salt. I rolled the ~ dough out to cover 1 3/4 cookie sheets & had to bake them ~ 45 min,also increasing the temp to get them crispy. Will definitely make again.
Marintha that was very creative! I am glad you enjoyed it!
Needs some tips for this recipe please.
I had difficulty with the dough being crumbly. It kept clinging to my rolling pin, so kept dusting with flour. Couldn’t get it very thin. Then the triangles fell apart when lifting them onto the oven slide.
I would add more oil to it if you are struggling with it being crumbly – that is if you are OK to add more oil. Otherwise you can put it in the fridge and let it cool and that is another way to be less crumbly. I often end up just using my hands to push the dough down into the baking sheet.
Thanks for those tips. Using hands might be the way to go.
Can’t wait to try this recipe. Wondering how much/how many crackers this makes? What’s the serving size of this recipe? It’s great to know so I can decide if I need to make one recipe or double the recipe size. Thank you for all the great recipes!
It makes one cookie sheet tray about 15 inches by 9/10 inches.
These crackers are amazing. So simple and easy to make. Definitely one of the lazier MM friendly recipes. I added salt without considering the salt in my za’atar mix. Besides that, they’re so good!! I imagine they’d also go with rosemary instead of za’atar.
Florence! I am so glad you tried this recipe. It is truly one of our favorites.
these crackers are really good
They are your favorite, my love!
Can you let me know which brand you used? And it has NO Aluminum baking powder? Every time I use a NO aluminum it doesn’t work out mu baking. Which one you use??? Let me know. Thank you. Would like to make these
I use bob’s red mills aluminum free
Thanks for the recipe, my kids are looking forward to these new crackers.
Adrianne happy to hear! Let me know how they turn out for you!