If you haven’t had the popular Raincoast Crisps from the gourmet markets, you’re in for an amazing treat. Even better, if you’re familiar with and love these delicious crackers, you’ll flip when you find out how inexpensive and easy these Copycat Rosemary Pecan Raincoast Crackers are to make at home!
Have I enticed you? I hope so because I know you’re going to want to have a stash of these shatteringly thin, super crunchy, Copycat Rosemary Pecan Raincoast Crackers on hand at all times. They’re loaded with an abundance of healthy seeds as well as pecans, raisins and a generous portion of chopped, fresh rosemary.
Lots of ways to love these crackers!
Why not just buy them?
Why not just purchase these crackers? Well, I’m glad you asked, as there are several really good reasons. First of all, they’re ridiculously expensive to buy. One six-ounce package (about 30 crackers) sells for $7.99 (Whole Foods) and even more expensive online. You would think that they’re made of gold! The wonderful thing is that you can make several batches of these Copycat Rosemary Pecan Raincoast Crackers for $7.99. And each batch yields right around 9 dozen (108) crackers!
Check out the recipe below and stock up on pecans, raisins, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds and flax seeds. The recipe is quite versatile. If you don’t have or like pecans, walnuts, pistachios or almonds also work. No pumpkin seeds? Sub the same amount of sunflower seeds! You’ll also need a container of buttermilk (or you can make your own, see below).
You won’t need a mixer; just throw all the ingredients in a bowl, give everything a good stir and divide the batter between four small loaf pans. The little loaves are baked, cooled, then sliced thin and baked a second time to achieve that super crisp texture.
Make plenty, as they’ll go as fast as you can blink your eyes. I took a big container of these crackers to my daughter’s for a family get-together. I was sure there would be plenty left over for some other company she was having after we left. Nope, the whole batch was gobbled up (by young and old alike) almost before anyone could say Copycat Rosemary Pecan Raincoast Crackers!
We first published this recipe way back in 2011, the year I started the blog. The pictures weren’t great and it was buried deep in The Café archives. Scott took some new pictures, we’ve spiffed up the post and I created these fun labels to use for gifting these delicious crackers. You can give them on their own in a little gift bag or pair these copycat Raincoast crackers with a log of goat cheese or ajar of pepper jelly任何人都会喜欢的礼物。yaboPT电子
If you’d like a free PDF of these labels that you can print up on your own computer, just let me know in the comment box below and we’ll email the labels right to your inbox. All you have to do is click on the labels and it will bring up the PDF reader on your computer. Then simply go to the menu at the top, click on “File” and you will see the option to print the labels.
- 您可以将这些CopyCAT迷迭香雨衣雨衣薄膜薄脆饼干在几乎任何尺寸的锅中，但如果你希望你的薯片就像雨衣薯片一样，使用yaboPT电子small bread pans like these. 我已经有这些平底锅好几年了，真的很喜欢它们；它们做得非常好，而且还可以用洗碗机清洗。我的虽然用了很多次，但看起来还是新的。
- The recipe for these crackers calls for pumpkin seeds (pepitas), sesame seeds and flax seeds. You can find most of these seeds at larger grocery stores. You can also buy them in bulk at health food stores and specialty markets like Whole Foods. I find them really cheap at a nearby Mediterranean grocery. Or you could sub an equal portion of this超级7种子混合.
- All of the seeds needed for this recipe will freeze well. I keep a stock in my freezer, so I always have the ingredients on hand for these delicious raincoast crackers.
- Like biscotti, these crackers require a double baking. The loaves are baked, cooled, popped in the freezer for a short stint, then thinly sliced and baked again for that shatteringly thin crispness.
- Freezing the loaves for 30-40 minutes makes it much easier to do the thin slicing that’s needed for these crackers.
- The unsliced loaves freeze nicely. Sometimes I make four loaves, sliced two into crisps and freeze the remaining two. I can partially thaw the loaves and have an easy appetizer/snack in less than 30 minutes.
- 如果您有一个符合薄片锅内或过度的电线式冷却架，则可以进行最终烘烤，而无需翻转饼干。大约15分钟后仔细观察它们，因为他们将花几分钟才能减少脆。yaboPT电子我爱这些OXO sheet pans和放在里面的冷却架. These would make a great gift for anyone who enjoys baking.
- If you find that the crackers aren’t as crisp as you’d like, you might have sliced them a little thick. No problem though, just preheat your oven to 250˚F, pop the crackers back in the oven on a sheet pan and turn the oven off. Leave the crackers in the oven for 30 minutes and they’ll be super crisp when they cool.
- 我喜欢这些小东西treat boxesfor gifting. They’re not expensive and add such a nice touch. I put the crackers in a plastic or cellophane bag before I add them to these boxes so they stay nice and fresh!
These Copycat Rosemary Pecan Raincoast Crackers taste just like the ones at the gourmet markets and they're easy and inexpensive to make - one bowl, no mixer!
- ¼cupbrown sugar
- 2大汤匙纯枫糖浆or honey
- ½cup山核桃lightly chopped
- ½cuppumpkin seeds佩皮托斯
- ¼cupsesame seeds
In a large bowl, stir together the flour, baking soda and salt. Add the buttermilk, brown sugar and maple syrup (or honey) and stir a few strokes. Add the raisins, pecans, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, flax seeds and rosemary and stir just until blended.
Once cool, freeze for 30-40 minutes. This will make it easier to thinly slice the loaves.
Makes about 6 dozen crisps.
Recipe adapted fromDinner with Julie