Butternut Squash Rosemary Onion Crackers for us and Butternut Multigrain biscuits for Dogs. Vegan Recipe

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Butternut Squash Rosemary Onion Crackers

Sometimes some amazing things happen. I whip up something our of sheer curiosity to see how it would work .. like the home made Doritos spice mix for a pasta in creamy doritos cream. I need to make that again. 
And some other things happen out of trying the easiest way to do things.(Roasting the entire butternut squash! and it works and then putting together a this pretty Sandwich just because I had the squash) and it hits the crazy clouds of popularity :). 

After making the sandwich, and some sauteed squash dishes. I still had a little roasted butternut left.. It was a huge squash, what can I say.
So I decided to whip up these crackers. The only herbs surviving the winter in my herb garden are thyme and Rosemary.. Rosemary it was. Some onion flakes and a must make snack.

Butternut Squash Rosemary Onion Crackers

I also made some fat crackers/treats for chewie with the roasted butternut mash. Added wheat, chickpea flours and some oats.. and Chewie loved them. but then he is a food motivated dog.. He is one plump pom. The things he eats most days is a little vegan kibble and a mishmash of lots of different veggies, lentils, oats, a little rice and so on. He has been on a vegan diet for about a year now. The only difference I have noticed is that he stays hungry if I give him the same quantity of food as I used to feed him when he was eating non vegan. We upped his daily food cup size and he seems to be happy with it. Of course, he will still throw a tantrum every now and then for more food. 
Chewie gets food at somewhat fixed times around our meals. I tried leaving his big box of food in front of him once to see how much he would eat, and he looked at me like, can you give all that to me in my bowl please. He is one funny dude.
You can find his adorable cuteness on my Instagram.

Butternut Biscuits for Dogs

After months of procastination. I managed to do the paperwork to get a name change of my Facebook page.  Yes, they dont let you change it yourself. 
The blog's Facebook Page is now finally Vegan Richa! 
https://www.facebook.com/VeganRicha. It used to be Hobby and More. 
For more savory crackers, snacks and such see the Collection here. 

Steps: Rosemary butternut Crackers.

Mash squash well and add rest of the ingredients.



Knead for a few minutes into a soft dough.



Roll it out on a parchment sheet using some wheat flour. 



Bake for 15 minutes at 370 degrees F then break apart and bake until crisp.



Butternut Squash Rosemary Onion Crackers.
Allergen Information: Dairy, egg, corn, soy, yeast, nut free.
Makes a medium bowl full.

Ingredients:
1/2 cup roasted butternut squash mashed
1/2+ cup Whole wheat flour
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1 Tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
1/3 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon onion flakes
1-2 teaspoons fresh rosemary chopped
black pepper to taste
sea salt for sprinkling

Variations: Use other squashes or sweet potato, herbs of choice

Method:
Mash the butternut really well. 
Mix the baking powder in 1/2 cup wheat flour. 
Add all the ingredients to the mashed butternut and knead for 2-3 minutes into a soft dough.
The dough might feel dry and crumbly initially but as the butternut gets incorporated it will be a soft dough.
Flatten the ball with your hands.
Use wheat flour to roll the dough out on parchment to as thin as possible.
Make cuts with a knife.
Sprinkle a little sea salt and press it in.
Bake at preheated 370 degrees F for 15 minutes.
Break the crackers apart and bake at 350 for another 7-8 minutes or until crisp to touch. 
Move the crackers around. Inner crackers to the edges at 6 minutes.
Let cool completely before storing in an airtight container.
These crackers keep for weeks. 



Chewie's current Favorite Butternut Biscuits
Makes a large bowl full

Ingredients:
1 cup butternut puree
1/2 cup wheat flour (or sorghum for glutenfree)
1/3 cup Oats
1/3 cup Chickpea flour
2 Tablespoons flax seeds or flaxmeal

Method:
Add all ingredients to a bowl and knead into a soft dough.
Add more flour if needed.
Use Wheat flour to roll it out into a 1/4 inch thick rectangle.
Cut it u into 1-1.5 inch diamonds/squares with a knife.
Bake for 20 minutes at 360 degrees F
Break apart and bake another 18-20 minutes or until crisp to touch.
Cool completely and store in an airtight container. 



These crackers and treats are being shared at Rickis Wellness weekend, Hearth and soul bloghop

28 comments:

  1. The dog's biscuits look delicious. I think they are good also for humans :-)

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    1. They are human grade:). You might need to make them thinner and add some salt/herbs..:) the thick ones are hard, which works fine for chewie since he takes his time to break them into small pieces and eat.

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  2. these crackers and biscuits look delicious! i love all of the flavors going on in there.

    yay about finally getting your fb name changed!!!

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    1. Thanks Caitlin! I know right. finally a common name everywhere:)

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  3. I love that you included the recipe for Chewies treats! Anna has a never ending stomach, If we let her eat all day she would! One of her favorite treats is carrots and she has a bad habit of helping herself to my tomatoes, green peppers and green beans in the garden - right off the plant!

    I love the grown up version of these crackers, they look so savory and good!

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    1. that is hilarious.. luckily our balcony garden is mostly herbs and chewie did not show interest in the bell peppers that were within reach:)
      yep we all can share the same stuff.. chewie without the salt:)

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    1. Thanks Annie... they definitely are!

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  5. These look so wonderful Richa - I wonder if they would work with almond flour - I think they might - I'm going to pin it to try! I saw the blog title in my mail and then I saw the words "dog biscuits" and I thought - oh no, it's a dog biscuit recipe! Thank goodness it's both! though the doggy biscuit recipe looks good enough to eat too!!!!!!!

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    1. :D well you can interchange the 2.. everything is edible by everyone:)

      You might need something to help bind them. though you can make thicker ones with careful rolling and it should work.

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  6. I have to try these!! I just came across your blog on Foodgawker... loving it! :)

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    1. Awesome Rachael. Do let me know when you do!

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  7. Samantha would love me so much if I made her those treats! And I think I would love me a lot if I made those crackers... I swear- I drool at the mere mention of butternut squash. :-)

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    1. i bet she will.. :) you cant believe how much butternut i have eaten in the 3 weeks when i baked the big one..:)

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  8. Hi Richa
    I started following you recently and have pinned and copied several recipes. Just wanted you to know that you have a fan in Canada.
    Paula

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    1. Thank you Paula! Glad to have you here:).. hope you like the recipes:)

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  9. Richa.. Too tempting.. So yummy and crispy

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  10. These look so good... can't wait to try this recipe! Love your website and your recipes! I also added you to my fav veggie blogs list on my website :D

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    1. OOh awesome!! Thanks Ruxandra.. that is awesome!

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  11. Great BLOG!

    Thank you so much for posting so many vegan recipes...

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  12. Hi Richa,
    I really want to try this recipe! But where can I find butternut squash this time of the year? Does Whole Foods have them?

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    1. You can use canned pumpkin instead or other frozen or canned squash puree. i got a butternut 4 weeks back in my CSA, havent seen it since then.

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  13. Oh my gosh! I'm going to try both versions!!!! Fantastic. I'm totally on a cracker kick at the moment. xx

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    1. yeah.. i have to make those cheese its too! the problem with crackers is that they get over really quickly for the time put in them :)

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  14. Those are some lucky pup! Both versions look so delicious, I wouldn't mind munching on the dog treat version at all!

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  15. I would have never thought to put butternut in crackers, but it looks perfectly delish to me! Who knew changing a Facebook name could be so complicated?!

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  16. Is there any way to make the crackers gluten free? I may try oat flour since that is what I have on hand right now.... let me know if there's anything better! Thanks!

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