Crackers are always such a hit. Forget crisps – they’ll just give you a guilty feeling as they are the Top Villain of The Unhealthy. Nuts and almonds, very nice, but the plain ones are boring and the salted ones are salt-fright inducing. Olives - how many can you eat? Exactly.
Crackers (or savoury biscuits as we undecidedly call them in the UK) undoubtedly hit the spot for moreish and they make you feel good: I’m eating a biscuit! But it has no sugar! Best of both! (Or so you think).
Cheese biscuits are everyone’s favourite, even if they’re just puff pastry sticks sprinkled with ready-grated Cheddar. These here are a bit of fancy - olives (which we couldn’t manage on their own) and dried seaweed flakes - pretty much just so that I could say: ‘I’ve made seaweed biscuits’.
The Parmesan can be replaced with another hard, finely grated cheese. Shony seaweed went in in my case - feel free to use nori or kombu. Olives green or black, whatever has been sitting there in the fridge.