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Graham cracker

British pronunciation/ɡɹˈeɪəm kɹˈakə/
American pronunciation/ɡɹˈeɪəm kɹˈækɚ/
Graham cracker

a somewhat sweet biscuit made with whole-wheat flour

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Graham cracker definition and meaning

What is "Graham cracker"?

Graham crackers are a type of sweet, lightly textured biscuit that is made from a mixture of whole wheat flour, sugar, and honey or molasses. The crackers were originally invented by Sylvester Graham in the early 19th century as part of a healthful diet, and are named after him. Graham crackers are typically rectangular in shape and are often used as a base for other desserts, such as s'mores or cheesecake crusts. They can also be enjoyed on their own as a snack, and are often paired with milk, tea, or coffee. Graham crackers are a popular treat in many countries and are often associated with childhood memories and summer campfires.

1She decided to use graham flour instead of regular flour to make her homemade graham crackers.
2Number five are graham crackers.
3The brothers even made Graham crackers on the premises of the ward.
4The Graham Cracker actually has a similar past.
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