If you wish to put a more healthy spin in your Anzac cookies this yr, this is it.
Teresa Cutter, also called The Healthy Chef, is a classically educated pastry chef, nutritionist, cookbook writer and former fitness coach–and she or he is aware of easy methods to make tremendous healthy candy treats that may fulfill your cravings with out sacrificing flavour.
Cutter says most conventional Anzac biscuit recipes can include plenty of white flour, sugar and syrup. “This means they are high in refined sugars, elevating insulin and providing no nutritional value,” she says. “These little no-bake biscuits are loaded with the goodness your body craves. They take only a few minutes to make and are packed with protein, minerals and fibre.”
Raw Anzac cookies
200g pure peanut butter
150g recent pitted medjool dates
1 1/2 cups natural rolled oats
half cup natural desiccated coconut
1/four cup pumpkin seeds
1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste
1 tablespoon water to combine if wanted
Pinch of sea salt
1. Combine dates, oats, coconut, salt, vanilla and peanut butter right into a food processor and blend till mixed. Mixture ought to seem like bread crumbs.
2. Add a tablespoon of water and blend once more in order that the biscuits mix and stick collectively when pressed.
three. Form combination into biscuits utilizing a small ice cream scoop or a teaspoon and set within the fridge for at the very least one hour earlier than consuming.
four. Store within the fridge for as much as one week and luxuriate in.