|Posted by food hugs on May 20, 2013 at 5:00 AM|
I've a pile of printed recipes in my kitchen, tear-offs from magazines and blotched scraps of paper mounting on a daily basis.
They're recipes that have spoken to me, begging to be selected, and eventually made - wheat free, low in sugar, generally easy peasy, full of flavour and just so inviting.
Some are queue jumpers - they offer themselves up as a holy grail and skip that long line.
This recipe is one of them.
It's from Susan Jane White who can be found at http://www.susanjanemurray.com.
The method might sound a bit long, but it's actually genius and produces perfectly shaped biscuits. These were made while dinner was roasting in the oven, so felt like a bonus bake. I made half the recipe which provided plenty of munching for three happy souls!
Ginger, Almond and Cherry Biscuits
1/3 cup (80ml) coconut oil (or butter)
1/2 cup (120ml) honey or maple syrup
2 & 1/2 cups (250g) ground almonds
4 tbsp dried ginger
Good pinch of unrefined salt
2 tbsp chopped cherries (either dried or fresh, not glace or frozen or tinned)
Categories: Healthy Eating Recipes