Almond Coconut Biscuits

These biscuits may look very plain, but trust me these are anything but boring. They’re the easiest, most delicious vegan biscuits that have that satisfying snap when broken. This is my go-to quick baking recipe when at uni. They are made from just five ingredients: ground almonds, almond milk, buckwheat flour, coconut oil and coconut sugar. This recipe makes six biscuits.

Ingredients:

100g ground almonds

90g buckwheat flour

40g coconut oil, melted

1.5 tbsp coconut sugar

3 tbsp almond milk

Method:

1. Put all of the ingredients in a large bowl and mix together.

2. When all of the ingredients are combined, press the mixture into a ball, wrap in cling film and then place in the fridge to chill for approximately 30 minutes.

3. Preheat the oven to 180c fan and line a baking tray with grease-proof paper.

4. After 30 minutes, remove the biscuit dough from the fridge and separate into six pieces.

5. One at a time, roll each section of mixture in your hand, flattening it onto the baking tray to form a biscuit shape.

6. Place in the oven for 15-20 minutes, turning the biscuits upside half way through.

7. When they are golden brown, remove from the oven and leave to cool.

Enjoy!

Rachel

Author: Rachel Fox

Hello I am a second year Fashion Communication and Promotion student who is a creative and self-motivated individual with a strong interest in visual content creation. I am always seeking opportunities to broaden my skills and experiences within the dynamic creative industries; this being evident within my blog and online portfolio. With experience of both working and studying within the fast-passed sector, I have practical industry-level awareness that I apply to every assigned brief as well as personal endeavour. My work spans a variety of topics including Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel, Food and issues surrounding Societal and Environmental affairs. I am able to produce a range of innovative, forward-thinking outcomes that are tailored to the chosen target consumer. Being driven, ambitious and organised, I strive to share my enthusiasm for the world of visual communication.

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