Warning..control needed when eating these Low Carb Cheese Almond Crackers as they are very moreish. Enjoy them on their own or on a platter.
Note that during baking you may need to break off the well cooked biscuits along the edges and turn the biscuits so the less cooked side is closer to the edge of the pan. This is to prevent any biscuits over cooking along the edges. You may also need to remove some of these from the oven during cooking if the crackers are over cooking. *If your crackers are thicker they may need more time and perhaps a lower temperature to cook. These crackers may not have a perfect cut edge because the cheese can prevent them from breaking off cleanly. I just think of them as home made Artisan biscuits. Besides, if they look too perfect, no-one is going to ask if you made them. *Dry crackers will last longer in storage than soft crackers so make sure they are cooked through. Store in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks- if they last that long.