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!
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.
This is my collection of healthy recipes that are family friendly, tasty, easy and fun! All are SUGAR FREE, I use healthy fats, easy to digest grains and lots of veggies. Most recipes fit into eating plans written by Haylie Pomroy- The Fast Metabolism Diet Plan, Metabolism Revolution, Food Rx Plans and Burn plans. I did not write these plans, I do not own the plans. These are my recipes I use for those plans. Of course, you don't have to be on a plan to eat these yummy recipes!
Cinnamon Biscuits - Phase 3
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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...PeggyReplyDelete
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 dollarDelete
Xantham gum is available in the bulk food section at WinCo Foods, if you live near one.Delete
you can substitute cornstarch, arrowroot powder, gelatin or agar agar for xanthan gumDelete
Dumb question: you mention to divide this into 4 portions. Does this serve 4?ReplyDelete
I am really looking at having them this weekend and would love to know. Thanks!
Yes, 4 portions would serve 4 people, unless you have someone not on FND who eats more than one portionDelete
Great! Thank you (and I am so making these this weekend). You are a life saver.Delete
Hi Carolyn, sorry I have two questions ...ReplyDelete
when you say vinegar, I guess it's white wine vinegar and what is this considered on P3 ... a fat and a grain?
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 fatReplyDelete
for >20 pounds would a serving be 1 biscuit or 1.5 biscuits?ReplyDelete