Monday, March 29, 2010

Not Your Grandma's Grahams

I’ve been raving about homemade graham crackers since I first made them for January’s Bakers’ Challenge. I’ve made them several times since then and will tell anyone who will listen how much better they are than store-bought, even defending them against someone that insinuated I’m a grandma because I get so excited about them and love to share their awesomeness.

I’ve pretty much got the process down and have added the recipe to my recipe box, so I thought I’d give them their own blog post.

Poking holes in the dough with one of my vintage angel food cake cutters…

This batch went to friends and family that put me up on a recent trip to California, so I dressed them up with chocolate drizzles. A couple of them got a light sprinkle of salt.

You see? Definitely not your grandma's grahams.


  1. I'm going to have to try these after failing the daring bakers challenge gram crackers. BTW I think it is interesting that we continually choose to opt out of the same challenges.

  2. i will have to give these a try not sure i have ever made graham crackers but i know i love them. your pcitures get better and better. great work

  3. Thanks, Barbara. You should try them. They're easy and they taste so. good. I like to use half regular flour, half whole wheat, but I don't always have it. They're good no matter what kind of flour you make, though. It's gotta be the honey.