How to Make Homemade Biscuits? Gingerbread Flavour and Gluten-Free Recipe
Homemade biscuits with a gingerbread flavor are indeed something special. Soft and fluffy, they have a unique taste that makes them stand out. They make for a truly delicious snack accompanied by a glass of milk. Unsurprisingly, these homemade biscuits have earned their place in the hearts of many as a popular favorite. Whether enjoying them for breakfast, as an afternoon treat, or even as an after-dinner dessert, these gingerbread-flavored biscuits are sure to be a hit!
Making homemade biscuits is a fun and rewarding baking activity. However, due to the delicate nature of these homemade biscuits, you should consume them within a few hours (maximum 3-4 hours) before they soften. To extend the shelf-life of these biscuits, storing them in the refrigerator is an effective solution; seal them tightly in a casserole dish with kitchen paper between the layers. This method may slightly alter the texture of the biscuits. If you want to return them to their original texture, reheating them in the oven for 5 minutes on the function with ventilation will do the trick.
170 gr. almond flour
15 gr. coconut flour
A half teaspoon of bicarbonate
50 ml. honey
2 teaspoons of grated cinnamon (always Ceylon), one teaspoon of grated ground ginger, half a teaspoon of ground nutmeg, and a quarter of a teaspoon of ground cloves
A pinch of salt
50 gr. coconut sugar
1 large egg
50 gr. Ghee butter at room temperature
1. Add the wet ingredients to a bowl and then mix them with the whisk until you obtain a homogeneous paste.
2. As a next step, with a spatula, incorporate the dry ingredients and transfer the obtained dough to a baking paper or transparent foil, roll it (see video) and keep it in the refrigerator overnight. In this way, we make the shape of the biscuits easier, and the flavors combine better until the next day.
3. Divide the roll into approximately 12 pieces, give them a round shape and flatten them a little between your palms. Next, we place them in a tray lined with baking paper and put them in the oven preheated to 180°C (350°F) for 11 min.
4. As soon as we take them out of the oven, they are a little softer, and in order not to spoil their round shape when we remove them from the baking paper, we help ourselves with a kitchen ring (or a glass) Let it cool, and it is best to eat them fresh.
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