Moist and Chewy Apple and Cinnamon
Sugar Free Biscuits
I was craving something sweet this afternoon, and I noticed that I had heaps of green apples leftover. Which is why I decided to make my own unique version of sugar free apple and cinnamon biscuits. Originally I wanted to make them into sugar free muffins but because I don’t like following recipes they didn’t turn out as planned…so I improvised!
No joke these sugar free biscuits took just 10mins to prepare and only 25mins to bake. Talk about a super easy and quick recipe.
They are also vegan as recently I have decided to avoid eggs due to health reason and also butter. So the ingredients I used were ONLY:
- 1 cup wholemeal spelt flour (almond flour for gluten free option)
- ¼ rolled oats (GF oats for gluten free options)
- 2 tbsp. coconut oil
- ½ cup Natvia (or sugar replacement of choice)
- 1 medium green apple, diced
- ½ tsp. baking soda
- ¼ cup mashed avocado
- Pinch of Himalayan salt
- Pinch of cinnamon
- ½ tsp. vanilla essence
- 2 flax eggs (2 tbsp. flaxseeds, 6 tbsp. water)
To make these sugar free biscuits all I did was:
- Prepare the oven at 150 degrees Celsius
- Make my flax eggs (2 tbsp. flaxseeds, 6 tbsp. water)
- Added the spelt flour, oats, coconut oil, chopped apple, natvia, avocado, salt, cinnamon, vanilla essence and mixed through together
- I now added my flax eggs to the bowl and mixed everything together
- I prepare my baking sheet with baking powder and poured another ½ cup oats in a separate bowel, which I used to roll the mini muffins in before baking
- Out of this batch, I made 8 biscuits and baked them for 25mins in the oven at 150 degrees Celsius
- Oh and I also garnished them individually with 1 piece of walnut!
Because these biscuits contain healthy fats, if you’re trying to lose weight definitely enjoy just one piece, alternatively you could enjoy 2 pieces with some cold pressed unsweetened almond milk and enjoy it for afternoon tea.
1 delicious piece of these delicious healthy chewy moist cookies equals only 143.5 calories!
I think they are best enjoyed as a morning or afternoon tea snack, even a before bed snack… or you could have 2 for breakfast with a protein shake or some almond milk for a filling and nutritious brekkie on the go!
Bottom Line: following recipes will make you food taste great but making it up as you go is more fun 😛
Question of the day: What’s your favourite recipe biscuit?