healthy seed biscuits
Hello! Sandy, I haven’t tried this recipe with applesauce, but I do see why not! So, that blend from TJ’s is really good- it’s nice and crunchy. So many yummy seeds in there! They are wonderful and I’m glad I found your site! I made them vegan and a little lower fat, but otherwise followed your recipe. Katrina, we love them! Do kids like these? What doe. I imagine it would be perfectly fine. Tag @theclevercarrot on Instagram and hashtag it #theclevercarrot. I am the most voracious snacker and am constantly looking for new, yummy ways to switch it up. My youngest said the texture reminded him of scones so he thought your title of ‘breakfast’ cookie was very appropriate :) I too loved the texture and thought the maple flavour infused beautifully. Seeds are a great source of protein, healthy fats and provide many micronutrients needed and that are missing in many western diets. xo, Did you find this post helpful? Then transfer the dough to a ziplock bag. Preheat oven to 425 °F. This way, the cookies will spread when baked. Hope this helps! I haven’t tested this recipe with the later, but you can certainly try! I love your addition of banana instead of egg too, I’m sure that adds a really nice flavor. Just throw everything into a food processor and blitz together: Now, about that super seed & ancient grain blend…. Hi Mary! Oooh, I love these photographs, and heaven knows I could do with eating in a more healthy fashion. TJ’s also makes an Ancient Grain and Super Seed Oatmeal. I updated the recipe as well :) xo. Preheat your oven to 375 F. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper for easy clean up. Initially, I thought I’d sprinkle it over oatmeal and yogurt, but it adds great texture to baked goods as well- it’s nice and crunchy. What I love most about this blend is that it contains ‘sprouted’ grains which is especially beneficial for the digestive system. I used the same amt as the almond flour – 1/2 cup. I always have a hard time finding dried cranberries without sugar added, so I found (at TJ’s no less!) I’d love to know how many weight watcher pints they at I’ve updated the recipe below with my changes! I use quick oats because they absorb liquid better than old fashioned oats. I haven’t tested this out myself, but it’s what I would do if I found myself in a similar situation. Yay. This recipe yields about 35 cookies when portioned with a mini ice cream scoop (1″ in diameter). I’ve been eyeing that mix at TJ’s every time I go, but with no real idea for what I’d use it for I keep passing it by – now you’ve given me a reason! I plan to take them with me to work this week and next (if they last that long). We achieved the best results baking one sheet of biscuits at a time. Here’s what I would do: freeze the dough (in balls) directly on a lined sheet pan or tray, whatever your can fit in the freezer. Thanks for the yummy, easy, nutritious recipe! This will add nice texture to the cookies. I shop at TJ’s all the time ;) I haven’t tested this recipe with GF oats, but it shouldn’t make a difference. Try my, Sourdough Discard: How long does it last? We do enjoy eating them very much, especially when they’re a breeze to make :). 22.7 g These are the perfect breakfast! These sound amazing and isn’t TJ’s the best? Plus, they’re super easy to make. I absolutely love how these sound! I’m so glad you liked them. xo. I’d like to try it out! I cannot wait to try these now too! Thank you, Laura! Keep in mind, you will have to play around with the exact quantity of water to get it to your liking, adding a little bit at a time. Emilie! Required fields are marked *. And because of the moisture from the dried cranberries, they become softer on the second day. I’m glad that you and the boys enjoyed them as well. Total Carbohydrate xoxo. Please let me know how everything turns out! I’m so glad you enjoyed them. Thank you Emily! And frozen! —Emilie, Your email address will not be published. I do know that coconut flour can be unforgiving if used with a heavy hand ;) So happy to hear that you are enjoying the cookies! Hi there! Add the cranberries and pulse a few more times. xoxo, I missed so many delicious posts of yours because my computer was on the blink. To compensate, the batter needs extra liquid in order for the cookies to spread. Process … Thanks for the tip about the coconut flour…will remember that for next time. My favor, There are two things I get really excited about in, http://www.theclevercarrot.com/2015/09/busy-morning-breakfast-cookies/. They were gobbled up to rave reviews (my biggest challenge was saving a couple for my husband’s return from work).