Don’t throw away the pulp from your homemade green juice! Use it to make Green Juice Pulp Crackers! This healthy recipe is easy to make in either a dehydrator or the oven. These crackers are vegan and gluten-free.

crackers with hummusWhat to do with Juice Pulp

I recently re-shared my favorite green juice recipe, so it’s time to share my green juice pulp crackers again, too!

As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I’ve dusted off my juicer and have been making fresh juices at home again lately. One of the problems that occurs when juicing at home is what to do all of the pulp that’s leftover afterward. Throwing it away is too wasteful. You can use it to make vegetable stock, and you can add it to smoothies for a little extra fiber. I’ve seen recipes for muffins and sauces that use leftover juice pulp, too. My favorite way to use green juice pulp is to make crackers. 

dipping a cracker into hummusGreen Juice Pulp Crackers

This cracker recipe was inspired by my favorite raw bread recipe from Ani Phyo’s book Ani’s Raw Food Kitchen. A few years ago I was on a raw foods kick, and I made it all of the time. I don’t eat as much raw food these days, but still do make a few batches of it during the warm summer months. Ani’s bread is made with black sesame seeds and sunflower seeds, and she uses flax seeds as a binder.

I’ve taken Ani’s seedy bread idea and run with it. This recipe uses sesame and chia seeds, and ground flax seeds are used as a binder. I’ve added a little tamari and nutritional yeast for flavor, too.

seeds, juice pulp, nutritional yeast, and tamariHow to Make Green Juice Pulp Crackers

These crackers are super easy to make!

  • First, you just mix all of the ingredients together in a food processor until they’re well-mixed. You’ll still have whole seeds, which is okay.
  • Then, you spread the mixture out to about 1/8-inch thick on a non-stick sheet. Use a flat spatula or the back of wooden spoon to get it even.
  • Next, you score the mixture to cracker shapes. A pizza cutter is an easy way to cut straight lines. I like to make mine about 2-inches square, but you can cut them to any size you like. 

cracker mix in food processorYou can make these crackers in one of two ways: Raw with a dehydrator, or cooked in an oven. In the past, I’ve always used my dehydrator to make these crackers, but recently I’ve been baking them in the oven.

If you have a dehydrator, you’ll need to dehydrate your crackers for about 8 hours at 115°F. You can flip them and remove the non-stick sheet after a few hours.

If you don’t have a dehydrator, you can bake your crackers in a 350°F oven for 20 to 30 minutes. Keep an eye on them to make sure they don’t burn.

crackers and hummusServing and Storing Your Crackers

These crackers make a great snack with raw cashew cheese or hummus, but they’re great on their own, too. You can also cut your mixture into larger slices and make raw “bread” or flatbreads.

Store your crackers in an air-tight container for up to 5 days. Crackers can also be frozen for up to a month. 


Green Juice Pulp Crackers

Green Juice Pulp Crackers

  • 1 cup green juice pulp (tightly packed (you can use the pulp leftover from My Favorite Green Juice recipe))
  • 1/4 cup ground flax seeds
  • 1/4 cup chia seeds
  • 1/4 cup nutritional yeast
  • 2 tablespoons sesame seeds
  • 1 tablespoon tamari
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1/4 cup water
  1. Mix everything together in a food processor until thoroughly combined. It’s okay if the seeds are still visible.

Dehydrator Instructions

  1. Spread the mixture evenly onto a dehydrator tray lined with a non-stick sheet, about 1/8 to 1/4 inch thick.

  2. Score into crackers or flatbread shapes.
  3. Dehydrate for 5 hours at 115.
  4. Flip and remove from the sheet. Dehydrate on unlined tray for another 2 or 3 hours, until the crackers are dried throughout.
  5. Break the crackers apart on the score lines.

Oven Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 350° F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

  2. Spread the mixture evenly onto the lined baking sheet, about 1/8 to 1/4 inch thick.

  3. Bake for 20 to 30 minutes or until crisp.

Store your crackers in an air-tight container for up to 5 days. Crackers can also be frozen for up to a month. 


Green Juice Pulp Crackers

Serve your crackers with these dips and spreads:

crackers on cutting board horizontal




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