I have a guilty pleasure. Actually, I have a few: caffeine, wine, chocolate, you know, the usual. But I have one that I really, really try to avoid.
Chips! Snacking on crunchy, bite-sized bits covered in salt. Seriously, there is something addicting about them. Maybe it’s the salt, maybe it’s the bite-sized portions, but whatever the reason, snacking [especially on chips] is just.so.good!
I am always looking for a solution to my snack cravings, and I have finally found one that both my husband and I love!
May I present… the Clean Eating Wheat Thin. Crunchy, salty, bite-sized, and delicious!
Made with all whole-wheat flour, these little guys are tasty, easy to make, and based on my estimation, only packing about 105 calories for 10 squares! I dare you to give these a try. What are your snacking pit falls? I might have a healthier recipe for it…
- 1¼ cups whole-wheat flour
- ½ t. fine sea salt
- ¼ t. smoked paprika
- 4 T. cold butter
- ⅓ cup water
- 1½ T. honey
- ¼ t. vanilla
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees and line baking sheets with parchment paper.
- Combine dry ingredients in a medium mixing bowl.
- Cut in the butter using a pastry blender or two knives.
- Make an impression in the flour mixture and add all of the wet ingredients.
- Mix until well blended using a wooden spoon and then your hand to combine.
- Remove the dough onto a floured surface. Break into two equal portions and shape each into a ball. Allow dough to rest 15 minutes.
- Roll each portion out to a rectangle and cut into equally sized portions.
- Place on baking sheets, sprinkle with coarsely ground salt, and bake 7- 10 minutes depending on thickness.
- Snack away!