Nutty Biscuits

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Nutty Biscuits

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes
Difficulty rating: Easy
Age recommendation: 1 year and over

Ingredients:

Makes 14 biscuits.

  • 200 g almonds
  • 100 g cashews
  • 70 g honey (about 3 tablespoons)
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
  • 1 egg
  • 60 g coconut oil

Method:

  1. Preheat oven to 180°C.
  2. Place the almonds and cashews in a food processor and mix on high speed until the nuts have a fine, mealy texture, about 10 seconds.
  3. Add the honey and coconut oil to the food processor. Blend on low speed until the ingredients stick together, about 2 minutes.
  4. Add the egg, cinnamon and vanilla. Blend for a further 20 seconds on low speed. The ingredients should form a thick, cookie-like dough when you have finished.
  5. Remove spoonfuls of the dough, roll into balls and flatten slightly.
  6. Place the balls on baking paper on an oven tray and bake for about 10 minutes.

Tips:

  • These biscuits are a great healthy alternative to commercial biscuits, to treat your children. But remember, they’re still a treat that your child should eat once in a while.³
  • Before packing a special treat for your children, remember that some schools and other places may not allow nut products onto their grounds.

Nutritional content:

Per serve (35g biscuit)Per 100g
Energy796 kJ
195 cal
2286 kJ
560 cal
Protein4.68 g13.45 g
Total fat16.05 g46.1 g
Saturated fat5.26 g15.09 g
Carbohydrates6.78 g19.46 g
Total sugars5.14 g14.77 g
Fibre1.58 g4.52 g
Sodium7.64 mg21.95 mg
Cholesterol17.43 mg50.05 mg
Potassium153.99 mg442.24 mg
Calcium42.41 mg121.81 mg
Iron1.06 mg3.04 mg
Zinc1.09 mg3.14 mg

References

  1. Willet W. Ask the doctor: Coconut oil. 2016 (cited 26 March 2017). Available from: [URL link]
  2. Food Standards Australia and New Zealand. AUSNUT 2011-13 Food Nutrient Database. 2013 (cited 27 July 2014). Available from: [URL link]
  3. National Health and Medical Research Council. Eat for health: Infant feeding guidelines: Information for health workers. 2012 (cited 10 April 2016). Available from: [URL link]
Date Created: May 16, 2017

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