Almond Flour Biscuits – Recipe Test & Review
Can you believe we made it to 100 episodes?! Man, the time sure goes by fast. I few weeks ago, I was dreaming of all the different ways we could celebrate, but instead, we decided to go on a diet. Too much quarantine-eating!
This month, we’re cutting gluten, dairy, and refined sugar. That means basically everything I’ve ever made is now off limits. Instead of our regular recipes, I’m looking for the most popular “healthy” recipes on the internet, and putting them to the test!
This week’s recipe is Wholesome Yum’s Almond Flour Biscuits. With 4.8 stars from 235 ratings, 4.3k shares on Facebook, and 63.6k Pinterest pins, I figured this would be a great place to start!
Was it easy to make?
This recipe was easy enough to make and didn’t require any crazy ingredients. Almond flour was the only one that I don’t normally keep on hand, but I was able to get it at Costco, so I’m all set!
Would it satisfy your craving for a biscuit?
This was really more like an unsweetened almond cookie than a biscuit. Maybe she meant it like a British biscuit? I guess if I was permanently gluten-free and this was the closest I could get to an actual biscuit, then yes, this is fine.
Would you make it again?
Probably. I didn’t really love them at first, but they started to grow on me. The texture is definitely too crumbly to hold or sandwich anything, so they’re best served on the side. My favorite way to eat them was doused with loads of honey and diced strawberries. I seriously cannot escape my sweet tooth.