Cauliflower Based Pizza Crust And Recipe

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This Cauliflower Pizza Crust recipe is a healthy veggie-packed option that is naturally gluten-free and grain-free. It is perfect for people who still want to eat their pizza, while following a low-carb or food combining diet.

Note : Scroll down to the bottom of the page for ingredients and specific instructions.

How to Make A Cauliflower Pizza

Making a cauliflower pizza is straight-forward, but a little labor intensive. If you start with fresh cauliflower, you’ll need to steam it until tender. (You can skip this step by using frozen cauliflower– read further down in this post for more info). Then, you’ll pulse it in a food processor until it’s rice-like in texture.

(You can save even more time by purchasing pre-riced cauliflower, either fresh or frozen.)

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The Secret to a Non-Soggy Crust

Once your cauliflower is tender and “riced” you’ll need to squeeze out the moisture that cauliflower naturally contains. This is the secret to getting a dry crust that you can pick up with your hands. (I use a simple thin handkerchief).

Once the cauliflower “rice” is very dry, you mix it with an egg or flax egg (if you’re vegetarian), soft goat cheese (which gives the crust a better texture than using shredded cheese), and some Italian seasonings.

If you don’t have goat cheese on hand, you can try mozzarella, cheddar, or even cream cheese with similar results. The texture is the driest with the soft goat cheese, though.

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The crust won’t be like anything else you’ve worked with before – you spread it with a spatula, and use your hands to press and shape the dough.

Bake until the crust is dry and golden, then flip it and bake longer until the other side isn’t soggy. I use the parchment paper to make the flipping process easier.

(You don’t need a second piece of parchment paper after you flip it– the baked crust won’t stick to the pan after it’s been flipped.)

Cauliflower Pizza Toppings

One last thing to keep in mind when making a cauliflower pizza crust is that you should try to keep the sauces minimal so that it doesn’t re-hydrate the crust and make it soggy and the same goes for the cheese. (Remember, there’s already some cheese baked into the crust, too!)

How to Freeze Cauliflower Pizza Crust

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Because making a cauliflower pizza crust can be a bit labor-intensive, I like to double the recipe and make two large crusts (or 4 smaller crusts for individual pizzas) and freeze the extras for an easy future meal.

I’ve found that this works best by baking the crusts, and then freezing them in an airtight container. That way, when you’re ready to make a pizza, you can simply place the frozen crust on a pizza sheet and bake it at 400ºF just until it’s heated through, about 10 minutes.

Then add your toppings and bake for 5-10 minutes more, until the cheese is bubbling.

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 pounds cauliflower florets , riced
  • 1 egg , beaten (or a Flax Egg)
  • 1/3 cup soft goat cheese (chevre)
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano pinch of salt
  • Pinch of salt
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INSTRUCTIONS

1. Preheat the oven to 400oF. If using fresh cauliflower, fill a large pot over medium heat with an inch of water. Fit a steamer basket into the pot, then pour the raw cauliflower into the steamer basket. Bring the water to a boil and cover the pot, steaming the cauliflower until it is very tender and can be pierced with a fork.

2. If using frozen cauliflower, be sure to thaw it completely before getting started, then continue with the following steps.

3. Pour the completely thawed, or freshly steamed, cauliflower into a large food processor fitted with an “S” blade. (You may have to do this in batches if you have a smaller food processor.) Process until a rice-like texture is created. If you bought frozen riced cauliflower, you can skip this step and proceed to the next one.

4. Transfer the “rice” to a clean, thin dishtowel. Wrap up the steamed rice in the dishtowel, twist it up, then SQUEEZE all the excess moisture out! (Be careful if your cauliflower is still hot– you may want to let it cool before handling.) A lot of extra liquid will be released, which will leave you with a nice and dry pizza crust.

5. In a large bowl, mix up the squeezed-out rice, egg, goat cheese, and spices. (Don’t be afraid to use your hands! You want it very well mixed.) It won’t be like any pizza dough you’ve ever worked with, but don’t worry– it’ll hold together!

6. Press the dough out onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. (It’s important that it’s lined with parchment paper, or it will stick.) Keep the dough about 1/4″ to 1/2″ thick, and make the edges a little higher for a “crust” effect, if you like.

7. Bake for 30-35 minutes at 400F, until dry and golden. Use the parchment paper to flip the crust over, and bake again until the other side is nice and dry, about 10 to 15 more minutes.

8. Add your favorite pizza toppings to the crust, such as sauce and cheese, then return the pizza to the 400F oven. Bake an additional 5-10 minutes, just until the cheese is hot and bubbly. Slice and serve warm.

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How To Make a Flax Egg

A step-by-step tutorial of how to make a flax egg, egg substitute for baking!

PREP TIME
5 mins
Total Time
5 mins
Ingredients

1 Tbsp flaxseed meal (ground raw flaxseed)

2 1/2 Tbsp water
Instructions

Add flaxseed meal and water to a dish and stir. Let rest for 5 minutes to thicken. Add to recipes in place of 1 egg (as original recipe is written).

It’s not an exact 1:1 substitution in every recipe because it doesn’t bind and stiffen during baking quite like an egg does. But I’ve found it to work incredibly well in pancakes, quick breads, brownies, muffins, cookies and many other recipes.

Notes

*This is not my original recipe, but one I discovered on many vegan baking blogs and have since adapted for my own use.

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Mocha Flavoured Ice Cream

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Everyone loves ice cream, if you don’t this recipe will make you change your mind…

PREP TIME – 2 Hours

COOK TIME – 2-5 mins

SERVES – 3-4

INGREDIENTS: –

  • 3 Large Ripe Bananas
  • 1 Tsp Instant Coffee
  • 1 Tsp Cocoa Powder (Unsweetened)
  • 1 Tbsp Coconut Milk


METHOD: –

1. Peel and chop the bananas (similar size).

2. Store in an airtight container or a plastic bag and put them in the freezer for at least 3 hours (until the bananas are solid). Ideally overnight would be best, if you can’t wait that long then until the bananas are solid.

3. Put the frozen bananas into a blender and blend until you get a thick ice cream like consistency. Add Coffee and Cocoa Powder and Blend again.

4. Add Coconut Milk and blend one last time again.

5. Have immediately from the blender or freeze again for a few hours and enjoy a scoop or two or the entire tub.

Notes: Technically you would not need extra sugar but you could add 2 Tablespoon of Honey if you like. You can add Chocolate Chips or Sliced Almonds or dried fruits or fresh fruits too.

Ta-da Enjoy this Ice-cream! 😀

Below are a few photographs showing you how the process looks in bits and pieces

Bananas out of the freezer after they settle in the grinder for about 5-10mins.

A little crumbly banana mix, add the Instant coffee (whichever flavour you have, we went ahead with Double Chocolate Coffee)

And there you go, a jar full of Ice cream, a tub full of Healthy Joy 😀

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A GUIDE TO SUGAR & HOW TO REDUCE ADDED SUGARS

Disclaimer : I don’t own this article. It has been taken from here, another blog I follow regularly for healthy recipes.

Sugar is a sneaky little ingredient that’s in a considerable amount of foods in many forms. Despite its delicious and innocent taste, sugar has addictive properties and is linked to a variety of preventable health conditions. Although it’s easy to label all sugar as “bad”, there are types that, when eaten in moderation, may have nutritional benefits.

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Types of Sugars

Sugar is a type of carbohydrate found in both food and beverages. Once eaten, sugar is broken down into glucose which is ultimately used for energy. Let’s break it down some more with the most common types & examples:

  1. Monosaccharides » glucose, galactose, fructose
  2. Disaccharides » sucrose, lactose, maltose
  3. Oligosaccharides » maltodextrin, raffinose
  4. Polyols (sugar alcohols) » sorbitol, mannitol, xylitol

Natural vs. Added Sugars

Natural sugars: ​

These are naturally occurring in foods (i.e. not added). Carbohydrates (simple and complex) are naturally occurring in some shape or form in practically all whole fruits, vegetables, dairy and grain products. 

  • Fruit: Primarily contains fructose 
  • Potatoes and yams: Contain starch which are made up of glucose molecules
  • Cow’s milk: Primarily contains lactose

Added Sugars :

These not only add sweetness to foods, but manufacturers add them into products to serve various other functions : Preservation, Texture and Mouthfeel, Volume, Rich color resulting from caramelisation.

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They can be found in:

  • Soda/Pop Drikns
  • Sweetened coffee or tree drinks
  • Cocktails
  • Energy or sports drinks
  • Fruit juices
  • Many store bought cereals, salad dressings, soups
  • Dairy based desserts such as ice cream, pudding, etc.
  • Candies such as gummies or halloween candy
  • Commercially baked goods such as cookies, muffins, cakes etc.

What about coconut sugar? Coconut sugar, while it may have a small trace amount of minerals, is nutritionally identical to white granulated sugar and is best consumed in the same level of moderation

Effects of Excess Added Sugars

  • Type 2 diabetes: has been linked to the habitual consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages.
  • Weight gain: is connected to excessive intake of sugar. Having excess weight or obesity increases the risk for chronic illnesses such as hypertensiontype 2 diabetescoronary heart disease and various forms of cancers.
  • Fatigue: simple sugars can lead to spikes in blood sugar levels, which can come crashing back down making you feel tired and groggy. Complex sugars and carbohydrates break down slower, keeping the blood sugar more stable.
  • Cavities: there is a strong association between sugar-sweetened beverages and dental cavities in children though adults can get cavities just as easily.
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Liquid Sweeteners :

  • Maple Syrup
  • Blackstrap Molasses 
  • Agave Syrup
  • Honey
  • Corn Syrup

Ultimately these liquid sweeteners are sugars, too. They contain about the same amount of calories as white sugar and are generally metabolized in the same way. Some have trace minerals in very small amounts. We still love to use these sweeteners for their wonderful flavours and consistencies in particular recipes; however, they should still be consumed in moderation. 

Artificial Sweeteners 

  1. Acesulfame potassium
  2. Aspartame
  3. Cyclamate (Sweet’n Low)
  4. Neotame 
  5. Saccharin (Sweet’n Low)
  6. Stevia/Steviol (Truvia)
  7. Sucralose (Splenda)

These sugar substitutes are zero- or low- calorie alternatives to the sugar options mentioned above. Because of this, companies market their products as “sugar-free”, “diet” or “no calories”. They are found in many diabetic products because they have little or no effect on blood sugar levels. Some can be made from natural leaf extracts, and some are manufactured. Most artificial sweeteners are also remarkably sweeter when compared to table sugar, meaning smaller amounts can be used to create the same sweetness level. 

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Considerations with artificial sweeteners

a. conflicting evidence

According to the most recent meta-analysis, artificial sweeteners have not been linked to health outcomes such as diabetes, kidney disease, high blood pressure, certain cancers or dental health. However, according to other analyses, they have been associated with increased BMI and other complications. In short, there are biases and limitations to the studies conducted so far and more research is needed.

b. compensating for other sugary foods

In our experience, when people consciously know they are having artificial sweeteners with no calories, they mentally feel they can compensate with something that does have sugar later on. This is similar to exercising and then treating yourself with an indulgent food as a result. 

c. potential GI intolerances 

Some artificial sweeteners include sugar alcohols, which if consumed in large amounts (say, in a beverage) can have a laxative effect. 

d. can it really trick the brain?

Consuming artificial sweeteners lights up similar regions of the brain in terms of satisfaction as with all other types of sugar. Therefore, artificial sweeteners may not actually help curb sugar cravings from the root because we still tend to crave something sweet. In fact, one study suggests that we use sweet taste to predict the calories in a particular food. And when our bodies receive these non caloric sweeteners instead, it realizes the discrepancy and continues to crave, and can potentially eat even more. 

Bottom line: we recommend whole food sources above processed foods including added sugars or artificial sweeteners. There is not enough conclusive evidence to lean one way or the other in terms of long term health effects. Therefore, if you enjoy the flavour and find you do not compensate for sugar elsewhere in your diet, including artificial sweeteners is likely safe include in small amounts. 

Spotting Hidden Sugars in the Ingredient List

When it comes to the ingredient list of foods, only added sugars are listed. Granulated sugar is easy to spot in the ingredient list. But, food manufacturers can still add sugar in many other sneaky ways. Here are some more common types of sugar that can be added:

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  • Evaporated cane juice
  • Dextrose or dextrin
  • Maltose
  • Molasses
  • Lactose
  • Cane Sugar
  • Invert Sugar
  • Sucrose
  • Caramel
  • Liquid Sweeteners (mentioned above)

Hint: any ingredient that ends in ‘ose’ or has ‘syrup’ in the title is likely a source of added sugar

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Banana and Apple Protein Snack

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PREP TIME – 10 mins

COOK TIME – 10 mins

SERVES – 2

INGREDIENTS: –

  • 1 Apple
  • 1 Banana
  • 3-4 Tbsp of Peanut Butter (I used Crunchy Peanut Butter)
  • 1 Tbsp Honey
  • 1 Tsp Protein Powder
  • Pumpkin Seeds
  • Flax Seeds

METHOD: –

1. Slice the Banana and Apple.

2. Spread the Peanut Butter on top of the Banana and Apple slices.

3. Sprinkle the Pumpkin seeds and Flax Seeds and Protein Powder on top.

4. Drizzle Honey.

Ta da – Enjoy you Banana and Apple Protein Snacks ❤

NOTES: – You can drizzle dark chocolate on top. You can also add 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon powder and chia seeds.

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Coffee-Cocoa Walnut Cake

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PREP TIME – 15 mins

COOK TIME – 25 mins

SERVES – 1 Cake

INGREDIENTS: –

  • 3/4 Cup Oats Flour
  • 1/4 Cup Dark Cocoa Powder (unsweetened)
  • 1/2 Tsp Baking Powder
  • 1/2 Tsp Baking Soda
  • 1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 1/2 Cup Raw Sugar (ground)
  • 1/2 Cup Coconut Oil
  • 2 Tsp Instant Coffee Powder
  • 1/2 Cup Milk
  • Handful of chopped Walnuts

METHOD: –

  • In a bowl sift all dry ingredients; Oats Flour, Cocoa Powder, Baking Soda and Baking Powder.
  • In another bowl mix all wet ingredients, first the raw sugar and coconut oil, then add in Vanilla extract, Coffee and Milk-Mix well.
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  • Slowly mix the dry and wet ingredients together; remember not to over-mix or else you will get a super dense cake.
  • Once the batter is formed, pre-heat your oven to 180C and fill your cake tin with the batter & top it with the chopped walnuts.
  • Heat the cake for 20-25mins at 160C, keep an eye on the cake and check once at 15mins depending on your oven heat.
  • Remove the cake from the cake tin & let it cool down for 15 mins and consume. 🙂

NOTES: – Enjoy with a cup of coffee or hot chocolate or even a warm glass of plain milk.

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Spiced Hot Chocolate

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PREP TIME – 2 mins

COOK TIME – 5 mins

SERVES – 1 Mug

INGREDIENTS: –

METHOD: –

  • In a steel pot pour the milk & jaggery and bring to boil
  • Lower the heat and put all spices in (Ginger, Cinnamon and Clove) & stir well and bring to boil once again.
  • In your empty mug drop Hershey’s Cocoa Powder (unsweetened) & then strain the spiced milk & stir till no lumps are visible.

Notes : Enjoy with our previously made Cocoa-Oats Bis-Cookies or No-Bake Peanut Butter Cookies or Chocolate Chip Butter Buttons.

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Cocoa-Oats Bis-Cookies

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There are never enough Chocolate Cookie Recipes in the World!

PREP TIME: – 30-40 mins

COOK TIME: – 15 mins

SERVES: – 10-12 Bis-Cookies

INGREDIENTS: – 

  • 1/3 Cup Butter
  • 2/3 Cup Powdered Raw Sugar (unrefined sugar)
  • 2 Tbsp Vanilla Essence  
  • 1.5 Cup Oats Flour
  • 4 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
  • ¼ Tsp Baking Soda
  • 2 Tbsp Honey
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METHOD: –

1.Blend Butter with Powdered Sugar till a creamy mixture is formed.

2.Drop in the Vanilla Essence and Cocoa Powder give it a mix with the Blender.

3. Add in the Baking Soda, with half of the Oats Flour (1 Cup), use the Blender again to form a soft dough, then add the rest of the Flour and blend to form the Cookie Dough.

4. Add in the Honey and Combine it in with your Hands.

5. Put the Cookie Dough in the Fridge for about 15 mins.

6. Roll the Dough flat and cut out your desired shape with a Cookie Cutter or a Knife or a Bowl, whatever is convenient.

7. Pre-Heat oven at 180°C for 15 mins.

8. Place the Cookies on a Silicone Mat OR a Baking Sheet, place them in the Oven at 160°C for 15mins.

9. Once Baked let them cool in the tray for 5 mins before transferring onto cooling rack for another 15 mins.

NOTES: – Serve with a glass of warm milk or have them warm off the cooling rack. Do not forget to store them in an air-tight container.

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Pumpkin Seed Power Balls

Hello amazing readers, bakers, chefs 🙂

We are back with another Nutty Power-Ball Recipe

PREP TIME – 10 mins

COOK TIME – 15-20 mins

SERVES – 1-20  Depending on the size

INGREDIENTS: –

  • 1/4 Cup Cashew Butter (half a jar- approximately 4 to 5 Tbsp)
  • 1/3 Cup Almonds (grind in a grinder) 
  • 2 Tbsp Organic Honey
  • 1/3 Cup Pumpkin Seeds (finely chopped or grind in a grinder)
  • 1/4 Cup Fine Coconut
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METHOD: –

1. Heat the honey and cashew butter for a few minutes on low heat and then add in the rest of the ingredients.

2. Once all the ingredients are mixed well, roll into balls. Let them cool – once cooled put them into a tub and in the fridge.

Ta da – Enjoy your Pumpkin Seed Power Balls

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NOTES: –

1. These balls are high in protein and have good fat and carbs, making for a good pre-workout or post-workout snack.

2. Drizzle dark chocolate on top or dip them into melted chocolate using a tooth pick (this will make them into healthy cake pops).

3. Cashew Butter at home, simple grind 3 cups of Cashew (unsalted preferred) till a tough paste is formed, add 2-3 tablespoons of Coconut Oil to make it creamier.

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Rajwadi Romesco

Recipe Time!

We call this Rajwadi Romesco because it is a pure mix-vegetable dry curry infused with a Spanish Flavoured sauce called Romesco.

PREP TIME – 20 mins

COOK TIME – 20-30 mins

SERVES – 4-5 

  • INGREDIENTS: –
  • 2-3 Large Onions (finely chopped)
  • 2 Medium Potatoes
  • 4-5 Long Carrots (roughly chopped)
  • 2 Medium Sized Tomatoes 
  • 10-15 Garlic Cloves (crushed,depending on how strong you like it)
  • 250gms French Beans (roughly take fistful of-uncut long beans)
  • 4 Tbsp of Ghee
  • 25-30 Almonds (powdered)
  • 1 Tbsp of Rajwadi Masala (I used ‘Badshah’ brand)
  • 1 Tsp of Turmeric Powder
  • 1 Tbsp Cumin Seeds (Jeera)
  • 1 Tsp Red Chilli Powder
  • Salt to Taste
  • Pinch of Asafoetida (Hing)
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METHOD: –

  • In one steel pot boil cut Potatoes, carrots and beans. Let it boil for 10-12 mins.
  • Meanwhile blend tomatoes and crushed almonds together.
  • In a non-stick pan heat ghee, add Hing, Jeera, and Garlic. Once it turns a little golden add onions and saute till golden brown.
  • Add in the mixture of Tomatoes and Almonds (this is your Romesco Sauce) and saute again, cover with a lid for 2-3 mins.
  • Slowly add the boiled vegetables and mix.
  • Add Red Chilli Powder and Turmeric Powder. Add Rajwadi Masala and mix it all evenly.
  • Add Salt to Taste. Keep on Medium-Low heat for 5-7 mins.

Notes: – Don’t worry if you add extra salt, just add a few drops of Lemon Juice or even half a Lemon to it. Enjoy this specialty of ours with Whole Wheat Roti or Boiled Rice. Or just by itself.

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No Bake Peanut Butter Cookies

Have you tried a no-bake cookie? No this won’t taste like you are eating cookie-dough…it’s gonna be better and of course healthier 🙂

Keep scrolling and head to your kitchen to make this easy go-to nutty recipe!

PREP TIME – 10 mins

COOK TIME – 15-20 mins

SERVES – 17-20 Cookies Depending on the size

INGREDIENTS: –

  • 2 Cups of Rolled Oats (I used small teacups, if you use a big cup then you will need a little more of the other two ingredients)
  • 5 Tbsp of Peanut Butter (I used Crunchy Peanut Butter)
  • 4 Tbsp Honey or Maple Syrup
  • Pinch of Himalayan Salt
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METHOD: –

1. In a bowl, mix the peanut butter and honey/maple syrup together.

2. Roast the oats for a couple of minutes.

3. Remove the oats from the pan and heat the peanut butter mixture for 3-4 minutes on a low flame (until fragrant).

4. Add and mix in the roasted oats.

5. Scoop the mixture out and pat on to a baking paper in the shape you like.

6. Cool in the fridge for a couple of hours.

7. Store in an air tight container, either in the fridge or outside. 

Ta da – Enjoy your No Bake Peanut Butter Cookies 💕

NOTES: –

You can drizzle/dip in melted dark chocolate like we did here. You can also add 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon powder into the peanut butter mixture before heating.

You can also make peanut butter at home in just a couple of minutes. Click here for a quick video.

Also according to Google, Teacup is about 2/3rd Cup. 🙂

Happy Cooking!

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Chocolate-Chip Butter-Buttons

Hello World!

We are ‘Daisies in the Kitchen’ and we are here to share some Home-Friendly, Healthy-ish recipes created by us in our own kitchen, and after months of experimentation we are glad to share our magic with you.

Our first one being the very special Chocolate-Chip Butter Buttons. These are soft cookies that could be very well made by you this Chocolate Day. Without further blibber-blabber, let’s let you scroll directly to the recipe 🙂

PREP TIME: – 15-20 mins

COOK TIME: – 30-40 mins

SERVES: – 9-10 Buttons

INGREDIENTS: –

  • 1 Cup Oats Flour/ Ground Oats
  • 1 Flax Egg (don’t worry, we’ve mentioned how to make a flax egg)
  • 4 Tbsp Softened Butter (unsalted preferred but your regular salted Butter is fine too)
  • 1/2 Cup Jaggery Powder
  • ½ Tsp Vanilla Essence
  • ¼ Tsp Baking Soda
  • ¼ Tsp Baking Powder
  • ¼ Cup Baking Dark Chocolate Chips & Few more to make buttons
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METHOD: –

  • Take 1 Tbsp Flax Seeds & Grind them into a powder, add 3 Tbsp of Water & leave aside for 15 mins, this will give you 1 Flax Egg.
  • Mix the Butter and Jaggery powder together with a Hand Blender.
  • Add the Flax Egg. And blend till a soft peak is formed.
  • Add Vanilla Essence and blend again.
  • Add Baking Soda, Baking Powder & ½ cup Oats Flour & mix with the blender.
  • Fold the mix with your spatula & then add the remaining Oats Flour.
  • Fold the entire mix once again & add the Baking Dark Chocolate Chips and mix.
  • Pre-Heat oven at 180°C for 15 mins.
  • Once the Cookie Dough is formed scoop your desired quantity in hand and line the cookies on a Silicone Baking Sheet/ Parchment Paper. Keep space in between asthe Cookies will spread. Form Buttons by placing 4 inverted Chocolate Chips on each mid-corner of the Cookie.
  • Place Cookies to Bake in the oven for 10 mins at 180°C.
  • Once Baked let them cool in the tray for 5 mins before transferring onto cooling rack for another 15 mins.

NOTES: – Don’t worry if you don’t have a Hand Blender, just whisk real-good with a whisk or mix with a spatula.

  • For a healthier alternative, you can add Coconut oil, instead of Butter, in the same proportion.

What else can we say, if you’ve got kids make them try this & trust us they won’t come to know the secret ingredient here is Jaggery. And, if you don’t have kids, bake a batch for yourself and bite them well with milk for breakfast, or just to burn your mid-day craving.

Don’t forget to store them in an air-tight container.

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Let your soul enjoy!

-Daisies in the Kitchen

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