Soft, Chewy & Moorish Gluten-free Coconut and Oat Biscuits

So good for you & guilt free they are ideal as an up-and-go breakfast cookie or a tasty clean snack.  Soft, chewy and Moorish they resemble Anzac biscuits but without the syrup, sugar and butter.

 

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You may also like the wholegrain and rich in flavour Healthy Spelt and Oat Coconut Cookies.

 

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Healthy Spelt and Oat Coconut Biscuits – Olives and Feta

 

 

Nutrient rich full of vitamins and minerals, high in fibre and protein they are super easy to make and the dough holds together easy when shaped . In actual fact, they will double-up as your healthy ANZAC biscuits that no-one will know they are healthy as they taste wonderful.

Gluten-free Coconut and oat biscuits, cookies
Gluten-free Coconut and oat biscuits, cookies

Makes 8-10 large Biscuits

Prep Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

1/2 cup shredded coconut

1/2 cup Pure Oats

1/4 cup Pepitas

1 tablespoon chia seeds

3 tablespoons coconut oil, melted

1/4 cup water

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 tablespoon honey

Flaked almonds for decoration.

Method

If you like your biscuits on the sweet side, feel free to add 2 more tablespoons of honey.

In a bowl, add the coconut, Oats, seeds and vanilla.

Heat the coconut oil and honey to liquid.

Add the oil, honey and water. Stir till combined well and press together to form a ball so the dough holds its shape.

Line a baking dish with baking ( greaseproof paper ).

Form balls and place on the greaseproof lined baking dish. Place the second sheet on top, and with the palm of your hand press down gently onto each ball until desired thickness is achieved. This will flatten the balls to desired shape.

Press some flaked almonds on top. This is optional.

Bake in a fan forced oven at 160 degree Celsius for 12 – 14 minutes.

Once cooked, they will start to colour quickly so it is advisable to keep an eye on them to prevent burning.

Remove from the oven.  Allow to cool on the baking tray before moving.  When warm, they will be very soft but once cooled they will be easy to handle.

 

 

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. Ritu says:

    This looks delicious !

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  2. Megala says:

    Wonderful biscuits ! I could very well imagine the burst of coconut flavour inside my mouth. 🙂

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    1. Greetings Megala, hope you are well. Yes the coconut is quite prominent. Thank you for viewing the recipe.

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  3. The biscuits look delightful Marina and I love the wattle in the photos too! Great work.

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  4. mistimaan says:

    Nice recipe

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    1. thank you mistimaan . Greatly appreciate your feedback.

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  5. A. JoAnn says:

    These are just my cuppa tea! Do the biscuits spread when baking?

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    1. The recipe explains the little trick to make them flat. It’s super easy.

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    2. Place a sheet of baking paper on top of the ball shaped dough and press down. ✌️

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