Oatylicious Biscuit Recipes
A mighty biscuit in Britain is a Hobnob. They are oaty, crunchy and ever so sweet and we wanted to create a lighter alternative. Something just as tasty but lower in fat and sugar, whilst maintaining that delicious caramel flavour. Luckily, for our vegan followers the original hobnobs are already vegan friendly but we have a recipe that you can try yourselves at home.
When you remove fat and sugar in a recipe it alters the textures and flavours, but what we have created is something wonderful. The rich caramel flavour is there, the wholesome oats and a slightly softer texture.
Try our Oatylicious Biscuits for a lighter, but still delicious, alternative to a classic, British Hobnob. We have also added a Chocolate Oatylicious recipe to the mix for you to try too, they are also incredible!
I hope you enjoy!
Recipe makes 20 biscuits.
- 150g plain flour
- 60g dark brown sugar
- 120g rolled oats
- 1tsp. bicarbonate of soda
- 150g dairy free spread
- 1tbsp. dark treacle
If making the Chocolate Oatylicious recipe, simply add in 5tbsp. raw cacao to your dry mixture.
- Preheat oven to 180C fan assisted (gas mark 4)
- Put plain flour, dark brown sugar, rolled oats and bicarbonate of soda (add raw cacao here if making Chocolate Oatylicious biscuits) into a bowl and mix together.
- In a saucepan heat the dairy free spread and treacle until well combined.
- Once combined, add in your dry mixture and combine well with a wooden spoon.
- Form into 20 balls and place on a lined baking tray.
- Gently flatten down each ball, not too hard as they will flatten when baking.
- Bake for 10 minutes then leave to cool on a wire rack before eating!
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