“A no-flour no milk recipe for delicious airy cookies with a nutty crunchiness.”
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Are you craving some tasty biscuits but don’t want to feel bloated? This recipe will be a hit if you have some leftover ground almonds!
Also known as Ricciarelli, these biscuits are airy on the inside, with the outstanding crunch of the ground almonds adding to their deliciousness and nuttiness.
Yet, that’s not the best part! This easy and quick recipe is gluten-free, so it’ll work for you if you struggle with gassiness and bloating after eating anything baked with all-purpose flour.
Moreover, the orange zest we use adds some fruitiness and freshness mixed with the almonds making the cookies even more delicious.
So, let’s see how you can prepare our mouthwatering almond biscuits gluten free recipe!
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Almond Biscuits Gluten Free Recipe
- 14 oz. ground almonds (400 g)
- 1¼ cups sugar (250 g)
- 3 egg-whites
- Zest from 1 orange
- Pistachios and hazelnuts
- Confectioner’s sugar
- Start by heating the oven to low heat by setting it to 300°F or 150°C.
- Mix the egg whites with the orange zest and sugar until fully combined. Then, gradually add the ground almonds while stirring until you have a thick mix.
- Take the dough and start forming equally small-sized balls.
- Place your balls on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and top each one with an almond, hazelnut, or pistachio—or another topping that you like!
- Bake your almond biscuits until golden and make sure that the bottoms don’t get scorched! (about 10 minutes)
- Remove your biscuits from the oven and allow them to cool.
- Sprinkle the baked biscuits with confectioner’s sugar for some extra sweetness and a mouthwatering look.
- These cookies should be baked on low heat or they’ll become too dry.
- Avoid baking them for too long or the biscuits’ bottoms will get burned.
- You can sprinkle your cookies with some cinnamon or another sweet powder instead of sugar for an extra kick!
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