Do you like biscuit? Personally, I have never been a great biscuit eater. Above all by reason. This is the kind of thing you start nibbling until you realize you’ve eaten a dozen! I also very often found it dry or with too much butter. With my Breton roots, I can not say that I did not like the Breton palet when I still eat butter…
I preferred cookies. However, the problem with cookies is that they are quickly very rich! For example, there are chocolate chips, dried fruits and portions are usually wider.
With this very cold winter all over France, I appreciate my hot tea around 16h30 – 17h. I must admit that a small biscuit would not be too much. So I searched for the ideal cookie. It had to be good (it goes without saying), crispy, gluten-free (if possible) but light. And I found it! These biscuits are really delicious. They agree very well with a good green tea and they have nothing heavy or “pouf pouf” as one of my acquaintances would say …
They are not very complicated to prepare, you will see everything you need in the video below. However, as always, I leave you the complete recipe below.
Good weekend at all, I hope you will try these good cookies,
Buckwheat and chestnut biscuits (vegan & gluten free)
For 15 – 20 biscuits
Vegan / Gluten free
Preparation time : 15 minutes / Rest time : 30 minutes / Cooking time : 15-20 minutes
2/3 cup buckwheat flour
1/2 cup chestnut flour
1 tsp baking powder
5 cs deodorized coconut oil
1/3 cup chestnut flake
1/2 cup whole sugar
Mix all the dry ingredients together.
Add the coconut oil and start to knead. Pour 1/2 cup of cold water and knead until you get a ball. This may still be sticky.
Roll and form a “sausage”, wrap in fresh paper (?) and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Remove and remove the film. Cut rings about 2 cm thick. Reform the pallets and place on a baking tray.
Bake for 15-20 minutes.