Cinnamon Biscuits - Phase 3

I love easy. And I love bread type foods. So this recipe is in my back pocket daily. I have a ton of variations I will write up for y'all, but this morning, I want to share this version. Mix and bake in about 20 minutes for hot, fresh biscuits!



Cinnamon Biscuits
Phase 3

1 cup sprouted wheat flour
1/16 tsp xantham gum
1/8 tsp cream of tartar
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp baking soda
2 T xylitol
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 cup + up to 2 T almond milk
1/4 cup oil (safflower, olive)
1/2 tsp vinegar

Heat oven to 425 degrees


Mix dry ingredients together. Add liquids and stir. Start with 1/2 cup almond milk, adding the additional 2 T if you need it. You want the dough to be thick enough that it won't spread when baking. You should not be able to pour it, but it shouldn't be a ball of dough either. Let the dough sit for 5-10 minutes. Portion out into 4 equal portions, on a baking sheet lined with parchment or silicone baking mat. Bake for 9-11 minutes, until middle is done.


10 comments:

  1. Carolyn...is there anything I can use if I don't have the xantham gum? Can I buy it in small quantities in a bulk section somewhere? Thanks...Peggy

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    1. You can omit it but they might not be as fluffy. I buy it in small packets at Walmart in the gluten free section. Each packet is under a dollar

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    2. Xantham gum is available in the bulk food section at WinCo Foods, if you live near one.

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    3. you can substitute cornstarch, arrowroot powder, gelatin or agar agar for xanthan gum

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  2. Dumb question: you mention to divide this into 4 portions. Does this serve 4?

    I am really looking at having them this weekend and would love to know. Thanks!

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    1. Yes, 4 portions would serve 4 people, unless you have someone not on FND who eats more than one portion

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    2. Great! Thank you (and I am so making these this weekend). You are a life saver.

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  3. Hi Carolyn, sorry I have two questions ...

    when you say vinegar, I guess it's white wine vinegar and what is this considered on P3 ... a fat and a grain?

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  4. Haylie says to use white vinegar for cleaning only since it can be made from corn. I use apple cider vinegar or whatever variety I have. Lemon juice works too. This is a grain and partial fat

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  5. for >20 pounds would a serving be 1 biscuit or 1.5 biscuits?

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