Doctor In The Kitchen
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Eating well and following a healthy lifestyle doesn’t mean living snack-free.
Doctor in the Kitchen makes delicious, crunchy bite-sized goodies that are full of flavor, nutrients and wholesome ingredients.
The History of Doctor in the Kitchen
When the Doctor in the Kitchen herself - company co-founder Dr. Alison Levitt, M.D. - started her journey in the organic food space, she knew she wanted to create something that was equally tasty and wholesome. A snack that would satisfy without the use of added preservatives and other unnecessary ingredients. That’s when she developed the recipe for Flackers, a tasty flaxseed cracker, and handed them out to patients in her office. The compliments came rushing in for the crunchy, nutrient-rich treats, demand for them steadily grew, and in 2008, Levitt decided to officially launch Flackers to consumers.
Today, you can find Flackers in six different delicious flavors, including Sea Salt, Savory, Cinnamon and Currants, Tomato Basil, Rosemary and Dill.
Doctor in the Kitchen Company Mission
With a mission to make a difference in the world of healthy eating, Doctor in the Kitchen strives to create delicious, wholesome food and snacks for those who want to promote healthy lifestyles and enjoy eating along the way.
Benefits of Doctor in the Kitchen
You don’t have to visit the doctor’s office to reap the benefits of these products.
- All Flackers are USDA Organic, vegan, paleo, non-GMO verified and gluten-free
- Low-carb and packed with fiber
- Promotes regular digestion and heart health
Best Doctor in the Kitchen Products
Looking for a convenient snack that packs a punch in terms of flavor and nutrients? Doctor in the Kitchen Flackers have you covered.
Flackers - Sea Salt Flax Seed Crackers
For many, nothing’s more satisfying than a snack that’s salty and crunchy. Try these sea salt flax seed crackers made of nothing more than organic flax seeds, organic apple cider vinegar, and sea salt.
Flackers - Black Sesame & Black Pepper Toasted Seed Crisps
Need a savory snack as an afternoon pick-me-up? This black sesame and black pepper option is bursting with flavor and is high in omega-6 fatty acids, iron, fiber, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus to create a nutrient-rich powerhouse of a snack.
Flaxseed: The Powerhouse You Won’t Want to Live Without
Whether you’re familiar with flaxseed or it’s an ingredient you've just started incorporating into dishes, it may be more beneficial than you think.
The Benefits of Flaxseed
Did you know the flax plant was used to make linens in 3000 B.C.? Beyond its versatility, flaxseed is packed with protein, fiber, alpha-linolenic acid, vitamin E, magnesium, manganese, thiamin, selenium and more.
What’s the Difference Between Chia Seeds and Flaxseed?
While chia seeds and flaxseed are both packed with nutrients, they’re not one and the same. Chia seeds are best for making chia pudding, thickening up your smoothies and hydrating your drinks, while flaxseed is ideal for baking whole wheat goodies and topping salads.
Try These Flaxseed Recipes
Want to incorporate more flaxseed into your healthy lifestyle? This omega-3 powerhouse can be used to make delicious vegan banana bread granola, pumpkin quinoa pancakes, paleo chicken nuggets, and plenty more.