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So, are these homemade cheese crackers crunchy They can be, yes! I found that if I slightly extended the bake time to about 19-20 minutes, the crackers had a crunch comparable to the store-bought version. If you prefer a slightly softer cracker, stick with about 16 minutes. I personally loved the softer texture!
I just made these and they are good. I made a few mistakes along the way, but that is par the course for me when making something new. The crackers are crispy, but after carefully measuring the cheese, both my husband and I desire more cheese. So when I make them again, I will measure by weight and not by the cup. I believe I am also going to cut them into long sticks .
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