This Oaty Biscuits Recipe with Coco and Ananas are small and soft biscuits prepared with coconut flour, oat flour and dehydrated pineapple. Ideal for breakfast or for a tasty and light snack.
Oaty Biscuits Recipe With Coco And Ananas
These Oaty Biscuits Recipe is low in sugar and butter, but not poor in flavour. Honesty, that’s exactly what I thought of it, because I wanted to prepare something good for a person suffering from diabetes, and as we all know, sugar control is very important in this case. Therefore, these soft oatmeal cookies are suitable for those who need to keep sugar under control (always to be considered in the specific case) and for those who are on a diet but don’t want to give up something delicious. They are excellent for breakfast especially with milk.
How To Make Oatmeal Biscuits
These simple oat biscuits recipe is quick and easy to prepare, I used coconut flour and oatmeal so they weren’t too brittle and crumbly. Both flours are tasty and naturally sweet, so keeping the sugar low hasn’t been a problem. To make them even tastier, I used dehydrated pineapple which, in addition to the flavor, will still add a little sweetness. Before putting it in the biscuits, however, I cut it into small pieces and boiled it in milk in order to dissolve the sugars and make it softer, I added the boiling milk to the dough.
The execution of the oatmeal biscuit recipe is very easy, start by cutting the pineapple into small pieces and put them in a saucepan with the milk to cook over low heat. During the “cooking” of the pineapple, the milk could separate, this happens because the pineapple is an alkalizing food like citrus fruits and for this reason the milk could curdle. It happened to me but I still added it to the cookie dough with no problems so don’t worry.
While the pineapple is cooking, work the sugar with the soft butter and then add the yolks, once blended add the egg whites. Mix the two flours, if the oat flour has lumps (it can happen due to humidity) sift it and then add it to the coconut flour. Add the flour mix to the wet mixture a little at a time, once everything is incorporated the dough will be very dry, but don’t worry the milk will make it moister, so add the pineapple pieces with the milk and mix everything together. If the dough is still too dry, add more milk a spoonful at a time, it must be firm but modelable like a short crust pastry.
Let the dough rest for 15 minutes, meanwhile pre-heat the oven to 180°C and line a cookie sheet with baking paper. After the rest time, it’s time to shape the treats. I weighed the dough and decided to make small biscuits weighing 20/22 g each, so around 52 biscuits came out. The shape is up to you, the first time I made them oval but it takes a little more time to shape them by hand, or make balls and then press them with the palm of your hand to make them round, alternatively you can try to roll out the dough perhaps with parchment paper and use the cookie molds.
Cook the coconut biscuits for 15 minutes, they will remain soft, light in appearance and a little more toasted on the bottom, if you want them more fragrant cook them for 5 more minutes, keeping an eye on them, but don’t overdo it because the oatmeal is very delicate and may toast too much. As always with baked goods, put them to cool on a wire rack and then store them in a cookie jar or zip-top food bag to protect them from moisture.
If you like cookies take a look at our Biscuits Recipes, and staying on the coconut theme I recommend the Sesame Biscuits With Coconut if you want to prepare other oat biscuit recipe instead here are the Cookies With Oats Hazelnuts And Cocoa. And now let’s go to prepare our Oaty Biscuits Recipe!
Oaty Biscuits Recipe With Coco And Ananas
- Cooling Rack
- Cookie Tray
- 170 g Pineapple Dehydrated sweetened
- 250 g Dehydrated Grated Coconut
- 250 g Oat Flour
- 300 ml Milk
- 2 Eggs
- 50 g Caster Sugar
- 50 g Butter or coconut butter
- Cut the pineapple into small pieces and put them in a saucepan with the milk to cook over low heat.170 g Pineapple, 300 ml Milk
- Work the sugar with the soft butter and then add the yolks, once blended add the egg whites.2 Eggs, 50 g Caster Sugar, 50 g Butter
- Sift the oatmeal and mix the two flours. Add the flour mix to the wet mixture a little at a time.250 g Dehydrated Grated Coconut, 250 g Oat Flour
- Let the dough rest for 15 minutes. Pre-heat the oven to 180°C and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
- Model the cookies in the shape you prefer, each biscuit is made up of about 20/22 g of dough.
- Bake the biscuits for 15 minutes and then let them cool on a wire rack.
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