Yesterday I was very busy and so very quiet, (apologies), but as a result baked these deliciously crunchy biscuits! They're not low-carb *sigh* but they are Gluten Free.
Yesterday was my boyfriend's parent's 30th wedding anniversary and I wanted to make them something special. Ben's dad suffers from coeliac disease so of course it had to meet his dietary requirements - and this was the result!
I've been assured that they're very yummy, because of course being a low-carber I couldn't try them. Oh alright I tried them! Just a little bit though but they were fab! So much so that I thought I'd share my recipe with you lovely people :)
What you need (for 12 big cookies):
180g caster sugar
275g gluten-free plan flour
1 tbsp milk
110g chocolate chips
110g chopped fudge pieces
How to do it:
1. Preheat the over to 180°C and grease two large baking trays.
2. Beat together the butter and the sugar with a wooden spoon until the mixture is light and fluffy. Sieve the flour into the mixture and work it in bit by bit, along with the milk.
3. Mix until a stiff dough and then stir in the chocolate and fudge pieces.
4. Roll spoonfuls of the mixture into round balls, then place on the baking tray and press down to make the cookie shape. Leave a couple of inches between cookies so they don't spread into each other :)
Tip: If the mixture is sticking to your hands too much coat them with flour as you would a rolling pin to prevent leaving half the mix on your hands.
5.Bake for around 12-15 minutes or until the cookies look slightly golden in colour. Cool on the baking tray for a few minutes, just so they don't break as you take them off, and then transfer them to a cooling rack. Enjoy!