My dear old mum is yet again in hospital following a fall and another fracture. She has pulled through surgery and hopefully on the road ( a long one) to recovery. In amongst visits to the hospital today, I managed to make these for the food techy to take back to Brisbane with him and hopefully to be shared with our friends Katherine and Richard who both enjoy these types of flavours and an unusual biscuit.
They are incredibly easy to make and delicious. The title has healthy ingredients listed and so ……they must be! Thanks to Selma for sharing on her blog. Please visit Selma’s page…..she has some wonderful thoughts and recipes to share. TBH XXX
I was so thrilled when Elaine of foodbod asked me to write a post for her new series, “What would you feed me?” Elaine is the embodiment of healthy eating – she is vegetarian, sugar free, caffeine free and also avoids wheat but doesn’t miss out on any flavour with her punchy Middle East inspired spicing. I discovered her blog when someone re-blogged one of her earliest posts which was for a pavlova – the antithesis of how Elaine eats! So I set my mind to thinking how I could produce a treat that was true to Elaine’s food ideals. Obviously, it had to have tahini in it – Elaine’s favourite food group!! Ground almonds to substitute for flour and honey for sugar…I kept thinking about those lovely Chinese Almond Cookies that are made for Chinese New Year. I am rather partial to orange zest and cardamom in baked goods, so…
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