Anna's Healthy Baking Mixes was created so people did not have to miss out on baked goodies such as cupcakes, pancakes and cookies whilst living low carb. She also helps to cut through the confusing and complicated mixed messages around sugar and carbs, making it easy for everyday Australians to make the best food choices for themselves and their families.
How good are biscotti! Our Almond and Pecan Biscotti recipe was inspired by my nonna and my recent holiday. I LOVE these and I used to love my nonna’s homemade ones. I would dunk them into coffee or just enjoy them as is. I have been wanting to try a low carb version for so long, and I’m so glad I did, only 1g of carbs each!!
1 tbsp chia seeds (black or white chia seeds are equally good)
Method for Chia Jam
To make the Chia Jam, combine the berries (fresh or frozen) with the chia seeds and water either in the microwave or the stove top for a few minutes. Use any berries you like, such as raspberries, strawberries or mixed berries.
Preheat the oven to 160°C and line a baking tray with baking paper.
Prepare the cookie mix by combining the content of the cookie mix with the melted butter (or coconut oil) and milk.
Roll the cookie mix into small tablespoons and flatten into round cookies.
With your finger or the back of a teaspoon, make a small indent into the middle of each cookie. If it’s sticky, wet your finger or the spoon with a little water.
Drop in a small teaspoon of Chia Jam into the centre of each cookie.