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    beast
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    To make graham crackers,
    whisk two and one half cups graham flour together with
    one teaspoon salt,
    one half teaspoon baking soda,
    a pinch of cinnamon, if desired.
    In a separate bowl,
    cream four tablespoons of butter
    six tablespoons brown sugar,
    one egg.
    one quarter cup of molasses or honey,
    stir to combine,
    then mix the wet ingredients with the dry ingredients to form a stiff dough.
    Roll the dough out to the desired thickness, and cut it into rectangles.
    Pierce each rectangle with a fork so that the graham crackers will be crispy when they are finished, and bake them at 350 degrees Fahrenheit (177 degrees Celsius) until golden brown, around nine minutes.
    Lining the baking sheets with wax or parchment paper will make it easier to remove the finished crackers.

    #45970

    beast
    Participant

    BTW, graham flour is just a coarse ground wholewheat flour
    you make it yourself with a gristmill
    maybe sometime i will tell you how to make one of those…lol

    #45974

    WrethaOffGrid
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    Mmmmm, sounds good, this is the sort of thing I would make, I make homemade bread on a regular basis, along with lots of other homemade goodies, I love cooking and baking from scratch, my mother taught me well :)

    Thanks so much for posting such great stuff here

    Wretha

    #45981

    beast
    Participant

    you can make graha cracker pie crusts with it too :P
    you are welcome, i love sharing

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