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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 18
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 74.8
  • Total Fat: 3.7 g
  • Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
  • Sodium: 34.3 mg
  • Total Carbs: 9.8 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 1.1 g
  • Protein: 1.4 g

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Sugar Free Honey Biscuits

Submitted by: BRONSKI

Introduction

Dead easy, cheap and sugar and sweetner free! Dead easy, cheap and sugar and sweetner free!
Number of Servings: 18

Ingredients

    100g margarine/Stork
    3 tbsp honey
    125g wholemeal flour (doesn't need to be wholemeal, but wholemeal adds healthy brownie points!)
    50g oats

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Directions

1: Cream marg and honey really well, so that there are no lumps and is almost liquid.

2: Add the flour and oats, and mix well. Note that the mix will still be quite wet, and won't be rollable.

3: Spoon mix onto a greased tray, and bake at gas mark 5/200 C/390 F until golden and reasonably firm on the top. KEEP AN EYE ON THEM: they burn pretty quick after about 10/15 minutes.

ADDITIONALS:

** To spruce these up a bit, add some cinnamon, nutmeg or ginger to give them extra flavour.

** For chewier biscuits, mash a banana into the mixture (this will change the nutritional values featured.) This doesn't add a lot of flavour, so it's cool if you don't like banana, or have fussy sprogs!

** For crispier biscuits, gradually add more flour until the mix is firm. It can then be rolled and cut on a floured surface. Again, this will change the nutritional values.

** Chocolate versions can be achieved by adding a good couple of tbsps of low fat hot chocolate powder to the mix, or sugar free chocolate chips.

** Dried fruit + biscuits = happy tummy!

I devised this recipe for my birthday party this year. Everyone thought they were delicious, and they'd be right!

Number of Servings: 18

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user BRONSKI.






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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful
    Conversions will not be exact but 100g margarine ~ 3.5oz; 125g flour ~ 4.4oz (~1/2c); 50g oats ~ 1.8oz (~1/4c) - 4/18/08

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    I'm not sure where Bronski is from, but in many parts of the world a biscuit IS a cookie. - 12/29/08

    Reply from BRONSKI (1/13/09)
    In my part of the world, biscuits are cookies, unless they're chocolate chip. Then we call them cookies. If it was up to me, I'd call both of them... soul food... but sadly, I don't even come close to Downing Street...

    Thanks for the positive feedback so far!


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  • These were great, thanks! Liked having a small recipe size so there are not tons hanging around as temptation! - 4/15/10

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  • Is there a healthy way to replace the margarine? I really want to try this recipe. Thanks - 8/19/09

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  • I definitely agree that these need the 1/2 tbsp of baking powder; they turn out like cookies otherwise. But this was perfect for not having ANY food in the house! - 5/2/08

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  • I didn't understand the measuremnets What is 100g of margine and so on HELP - 4/7/08

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  • Add 1/2 tbsp of baking powder and they'll be great! I tried today with a glass of skim milk and and I got a really delocious snack - 4/7/08

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  • I made these today - just the plain ones and they are really nice. A really filling healthy snack for when you can't wait till your next meal. Next time I'm going to add raisins and cinnamon. Thanks Bronski. - 4/5/08

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  • Sounds yummy, and I am going to try and let the kids make some!!! - 4/5/08

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