I consider myself a pretty productive person. I like to get up early, get things done, and then get even more things done. Now don’t get my wrong, I can have lazy days like everyone else, but I usually try to get things moving right off the bat. But…. then there was yesterday. I had the strangest craving for Wheat Thins and cheese sandwiches. For some reason I just had to have that crispy salty and slightly sweet cracker that I couldn’t get off my brain.
So- I went to my corner bodega thinking they must have some and of course they didn’t. So- I had two options. 1- Walk a few blocks to the closest grocery store and buy some or 2- Go back upstairs and figure out a way to make them myself. So yes– I am so lazy that I would rather make my own Wheat Thins than walk a few blocks to buy them. Lazy but also kinda not right?
I have got to say that these were so worth it, and also so easy, that I don’t see why I would ever buy them again. Wheat Thins have such a specific flavor and I was skeptical that these would taste as good, but they really do. The dough comes together in minutes, they are baked and cooled in just a few more. Before you know it, you may find yourself eating a stack of these in front of the TV watching this week’s Bachelorette. (Or maybe that’s just me?)
Recipe adapted from Tracey’s Culinary Adventures via the King Arthur’s Flour Cookbook