Gluten-Free Goldfish Crackers
4-6 dozen crackers
Who doesn’t love a handful of cheesy Goldfish Crackers? People of all ages have been munching on the snack that smiles back for generations. Unfortunately, kids who are gluten sensitive or intolerant can’t enjoy regular Goldfish. No one should miss out on this quintessential snack, so give this delicious Gluten-Free Goldfish recipe a try! It’s super simple to make at home and captures all the classic flavors of the beloved snack. Once you’ve given this homemade Goldfish crackers recipe a whirl, be sure to rate and review the snack. We’d love to hear your thoughts and feedback!
Making the crackers is a fun experience that the whole family can enjoy together. The kids will love cutting out the fish shapes and laying them on the baking sheet. Enjoy them fresh out of the oven or pack them as a snack or school lunch. You can even make different flavors of Goldfish by using different cheeses. Cabot Alpine Cheddar is a delicious Swiss and Italian blend. Cabot Hot Habanero Cheddar adds a spicy kick and Cabot Seriously Sharp Cheddar creates that classic Goldfish taste. No matter what flavor you choose, rest assured they’re all delicious. They’ll bring a smile to the face of kids and adults alike and inspire a new generation of Goldfish lovers.
Cabot is a family-oriented company that has been making the finest cheeses and dairy products for generations. Our cooperative of 800 dairy farm families are all committed to quality and we’re eager to share our delicious cheeses and recipes with other families around the world. Please share your thoughts and comments on this homemade gluten-free Goldfish recipe. Your tips and tricks can help other snack-lovers bake the perfect batch of Goldfish.
Begin by combining flour, cheese, cold butter, and salt in a food processor. Pulse until a sand-like texture has been created. Add water 1 tablespoon at a time until your dough forms. It will look like this.
Refrigerate your dough for about a half hour. At that time, remove half the dough from the refrigerator and allow the other half to continue to chill (grab it when you need it). Roll your dough until you reach the desired thickness, about 1/3″ thick. I recommend flouring your surface first so they don’t stick. The kids loved helping with this part!
If you want, you can even add smiley faces. Mine kinda melted together when they baked, but you can see some.
Bake for about 15 – 20 minutes, depending upon the thickness of your dough and how browned you want them to be along the edges. You will have to work in batches to bake all of them.
- per serving