Homemade Cheese Crackers

Homemade Cheese Crackers are not only easy to make but fun too!

Easy Homemade Cheese Crackers

Last week I had the best time playing in the kitchen with these little cheese crackers. The recipe was recently submitted over at Tasty Kitchen. I thought it was about time I put aside my apprehensions about making homemade cheese crackers. They looked difficult, but boy was I surprised. So I gave them a try.

Not only was the cracker recipe a cinch to make, it wasn’t that hard to make my own mini-cooking cutters. Of course, you can use any cookie cutter you can purchase, but making your own homemade mini cookie cutters is really super fun. Not only did I make a classic fish shaped cookie cutter, but a football and a pacman shapes as well. The football shaped crackers are fantastic for tailgating or super bowl parties.

Homemade Cheese Crackers Homemade Cheese Crackers

As I said the cracker dough was easy peasy, and would be just perfect for a fun rainy day project for kids of all ages. Check out the full recipe photo tutorial over at Tasty Kitchen. You will see how easy these homemade cheese crackers really are to make.

Homemade Cheese Crackers

I hope you enjoy making (and eating) these tasty crackers. Happy cooking!

Comments

  1. 1

    Cookbook Queen says

    Jon Dav id loves cheesey crackers…Goldfish, Cheese Itz, they’re all his favorite. can’t wait to try these with him!!

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      Lana Schanzenbach says

      I made these just a few days ago with my gluten free mix and it worked really well. The kids both loved them and well, so did I. Today I am trying them again with a different mix. Try it it never hurts. You only learn!

  2. 9

    Bev Weidner says

    Seriously, I am making these! And then I’ll proceed to pop them in my face like candy. And it’s perfect because I don’t even eat candy! THIS will be my candy.
    I’ll shut up.

  3. 12

    Jeanette says

    How fun, making your own goldfish crackers, a kid favorite! Much better than store-bought!

  4. 15

    says

    Love these! I have no apprehensions whatsoever about making cheese crackers. Matter of fact, I’m putting this on my to-do list for Sunday. Let’s just hope it rains so I have an added reason to stay inside! So pretty.

  5. 18

    says

    These have got to be the CUTEST things EVER. My kids will love them. We might even do something revolutionary like try other shapes! :)

  6. 20

    Maggie @MaggieCooks says

    My sister is going to love this! …. She is a goldfish crackers addict! :)
    Pretty pictures! 😀

  7. 23

    says

    I have wanted to try making homemade cheese crackers that resembled a little fish but I didn’t want to buy a cookie cutter for them. Thank you. I will be making my own mini cookie cutters now. What a great idea!

  8. 24

    Deb says

    Adore your little crackers! The little fish are inspired! I have already emailed my daughter your post. I know she will be making these soon, I just to convince her to share with me!

  9. 25

    LoveFeast Table says

    Where did you get such cute cookie, I mean cracker cutters? How fun are these?!
    ~Kristin

  10. 26

    says

    Oh my goodness these are too cute Amy! The fact that you made Pac-Man eating the fish simply made these even more fantastic :) I can’t wait to make these with the boys.

  11. 27

    Georgia Pellegrini says

    I’m obsessed with the idea of making my own cookie cutters now… because I have a new obsession with home repair stores and want excuses to be handy and crafty. There are so many possibilities though!

  12. 28

    Marly says

    As a vegan I sure do miss things like cheesy crackers. You may have inspired me to try making a vegan version of this recipe. Now, how in the world do I get those cute little fishy cookie cutters. Adorable!

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    tami says

    these are awesome! would never have seen this without you. thank you so much for sharing, amy!

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