Sugar-Free Graham Crackers (Easy Keto Recipe)

The snacks and treats that we all enjoyed as kids should be something we can still snack on as adults. Whether you are craving s’mores, a homemade graham cracker crust for cheesecake, or just to nibble on a graham cracker with a little peanut butter on it, there are low-carb recipes to fit your adult lifestyle.

Although you can find graham crackers that are sugar free, low carb, gluten free and keto, those products are often expensive. That’s why we came up with our own sugar-free Graham crackers recipe.

Why is Sugar Added to Graham Crackers?

Graham crackers are meant to be a sweet treat. They often have sugar, cinnamon and molasses to give them the tasty unique flavor. Some graham crackers even have sugar on top of the cracker for some added sweetness and taste.

If you are looking to make keto Graham crackers, you’re going to want to find good alternatives for all of the sweet tastes.

Do Graham Crackers Affect Blood Sugar?

Regular old graham crackers would certainly impact a person’s blood sugar. If you are making keto Graham crackers using a quality artificial sweetener, you can be assured that your blood sugar will not skyrocket when you enjoy these.

Sweeteners that are made of allulose, such as our FiberYum pre-biotic tapioca fiber, give you all of the taste with none of the concern for skyrocketing glucose.

Can a Diabetic Eat Our Graham Crackers?

Diabetic people can safely eat any of the items in our graham cracker recipe.

We have made it our mission to help people who are dieting for weight loss as well as individuals needing treats that won’t impact blood sugar.

Our Keto Graham Cracker Recipe

This recipe for low-carb graham crackers turns out crunchy and crispy, just like normal Graham crackers.

Your total time including prep time, dough preparation, chilling, and baking is about 75 minutes.



  • Mix together your dry ingredients. This includes the almond flour, monk fruit (which is similar in taste and texture to brown sugar), cinnamon, baking powder, and salt).

  • Beat eggs, then add the eggs, melted butter and vanilla to the dry mixture. Stir completely.

  • Lay parchment paper out on your counter. Place dough on paper then cover with a second piece of parchment paper. Use a rolling pin to roll out the dough. The thinner the dough, the crispier your graham crackers will turn out.

  • Once you have rolled out the dough, cut it into squares with a knife. The squares need to be placed on a piece of parchment paper on a baking sheet and chilled for 30 minutes.

  • Preheat oven to 300 degrees.

  • Bake the Graham crackers for 25-30 minutes. Let crackers cool to room temperature (roughly 30 minutes) before eating as they crisp up as they cool.

Craving more of a cookie than a graham cracker?

  • Make the dough identically to the recipe above through steps one and two.

  • Roll the dough into balls and place on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper.

  • Chill the dough balls in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.

  • Remove from the fridge and flatten the balls with the bottom of a glass.

  • Brush cookies with Keto Goods allulose syrup and sprinkle with nutmeg.

  • Bake for 25 minutes.

  • Cool completely before storing in an airtight container.

Best Ways to Enjoy These Keto, Gluten-Free Graham Crackers

  • S’mores: Pair the Graham crackers with sugar-free chocolate and a marshmallow for a treat just like the campfire goodies you enjoyed as a kid!

  • Dessert Crusts: The Graham crackers can be put into a food processor to turn them into Graham cracker crumbs for use as a pie crust or crust for a cheesecake. They will turn out just as good as store-bought with far less carbohydrates and guilt!

  • Cookies and Milk: Eat them right off the pan with a cold glass of almond milk.

  • Easy Frozen Sandwiches: Put a dollop of sugar-free cool whip between two crackers and freeze them for a delicious, frozen, low carb snack.

Nutrition facts will vary depending on the exact products you use as well as how big you cut your crackers. We cut our crackers about 3 inches by 2 inches.

A serving size of four crackers has about 150 calories and 7 carbohydrates (4 net carbs).

Pam’s Keto, Gluten-free Cheesecake with Graham Crackers Recipe


  • Crushed Graham crackers (Use the recipe above)

  • 2 teaspoons of butter

  • 8 ounces of cream cheese (room temperature)

  • 8 ounces of sugar-free or Keto cool whip

  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla

  • 2 cups berries (I use a mixture of strawberry, blueberry and blackberry)


  • Cook the Graham crackers as described above and cool completely.

  • Place the Graham crackers into a large ziplock baggie and crush them with a rolling pin.

  • Put crushed Graham crackers in a bowl and add 2 teaspoons of butter, mixing thoroughly.

  • Spray a pie pan with non-stick spray and smash the mixture into the pan. Set aside.

  • Whip together the warm cream cheese, vanilla and cool whip. Add berries.

  • Fold the mixture into the pie crust.

  • Chill or freeze, depending on your preference.

Garnish with cut berries and enjoy!