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Rosemary Biscuit

Posted Oct 24 2012 8:19pm
Sometimes when experimenting with healthy baking you end up with a recipe that seems airy and unsatisfying. I find protein breads especially tend to do this. That is why I set out to create a breakfast companion that has the perfect cross texture between biscuit and bread.

There is nothing like hot melted butter on rosemary biscuit.

Rosemary Biscuit

Ingredients: Instructions
•1 tbsp whole wheat flour, 2 tbsp warm water, 1/4 tsp active dry yeast

•1 tbsp coconut flour

•1 tbsp unsweetened whey

•1 tbsp psyllium husk

•1/4 tsp baking soda
•2 tbsp egg whites (or one egg white)

•1 tsp butter

•1 tbsp yogurt

•1 tbsp almond milk

•1 tbsp apple cider vinegar

•rosemary, salt, garlic

1)Mix whole wheat flour, warm water and yeast before going to bed for the night.

2)In the morning all dry ingredients to wheat/yeast mixture

3)Add liquid ingredients saving apple cider vinegar for last

4)Microwave 2.5 minutes, flip microwave 2.5 on reduced power setting

5)Slice in half and toast

Category Mark Comments Overall Grade
Convenience
I suppose the fact that I let the flour/yeast sit overnight may be inconvenient, however if you don’t find overnight oats inconvenient than you won’t find this recipe inconvenient.

A-

Health
A good balance of fats (from the butter), protein (from the protein powder, egg whites, and greek), and fiber (from the psyllium husk and coconut flour)
Taste
If you have ever had rosemary and garlic in a bread or biscuit you will know that this flavor combination is delicious. I topped mine with butter but it really didn’t require any topping at all!
Texture
Not only is the texture an excellent cross between a biscuit and bread, it toasts up really nicely!
General Comments If you don’t want to do the first step overnight you really don’t have to. I’m sure the yeast isn’t actually doing much rising science in this recipe, I just love the taste it adds!
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Do you like rosemary? Do you ever purposely over toast?

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