Do you remember these from your childhood? I def do but I was never really a fan. Not sure why, but since I love my husband very much and he misses them from his childhood, I decided to continue to be a good wife (cough cough! lol) and I dedicated time to make them.
Now? I am addicted! OMG so good and so super healthy for you.
I got this recipe from My Food Religion but am obsessed with Tiger Nut Flour at the moment, which, unlike the name, it’s not a nut (great for lunch boxes) and it’s gluten free. Win Win.
It’s also packed with magnesium which at the moment in my life (I have a 3 year old who is learning to push boundaries) I need more of this stuff in my life right now 🙂
Optional- 2 tbs collagen powder
Optional- 1 tbs honey or sweetener of choice if you want it sweeter.
2cupstiger nut flour
2-4tbshoney (or maple syrup/sweetener of your choice)start with 2 and adjust to your sweetness preference
1/3cupmelted butter/coconut oil or ghee
Preheat over to 170C fan forced.
Mix all the jam ingredients together and set aside to allow the chia to swell for at least 20 mins.
Line a baking tray with baking paper. Then mix all the dough ingredients together in a bowl.
Roll the dough into small balls then flatten slightly on the baking tray to the size you want your biscuit to be. Make an indent with your thumb for the jam and pop a tsp of jam inside each one.
Bake for 15 mins until golden on the edges. Remove from the oven. Now this part is IMPORTANT. Allow to cool for 20 mins before moving the cookies or they will fall apart! Once cooled, dig in.
These can be stored in the fridge for up to 10 days of the freezer for up to 3 months.