Anna’s Low Carb Kitchen has a cookie base mix which makes around 20 biscuits. These healthy cookies have 77% less sugar and carbs than regular biscuits. They are gluten-free and have no added sugar, no artificial flavours and no artificial colours.
The biscuits are easy to make with clear instructions on the back of the packet. I made the chewy chocolate and walnut cookies as suggested. You will need a few extra ingredients – I added dark chocolate chips, crushed walnuts, coconut oil and milk of choice (rice milk).
The cookies are based on coconut flour, rice flour, lupin flour and flax meal – so if you have trouble finding these ingredients usually – this mix will be the perfect starting point.
The cookies take 15 minutes to bake in the oven and keep for up to 5 days in the fridge.
They do not taste like normal biscuits as they aren’t sweet. I couldn’t taste the Stevia either. Next time I’d like to try with different ingredients and some additional Stevia.
The good thing about this mix that most of the hard preparation work is completed. These biscuits are ideal for low-carb and Paleo enthusiasts and people with food intolerances.
Made in Sydney.
You can purchase at Anna’s Low Carb Kitchen website.
About Anna’s Low Carb Kitchen
Anna’s Low Carb Kitchen was launched with a focus on sifting through complicated health jargon and returning healthy eating to its core, with a wealth of easy-to-bake mixes, cooking tips and recipes. Proving it is possible to have your cake and eat it too, Anna’s Low Carb Kitchen launched an extensive range of low carb healthy baking mixes. The Classic Vanilla Cupcake Mix is a household favourite. The low carb, and gluten-free product range
Proving it is possible to have your cake and eat it too, Anna’s Low Carb Kitchen launched an extensive range of low carb healthy baking mixes. The Classic Vanilla Cupcake Mix is a household favourite. The low carb, and gluten-free product range includes Low Carb Sunflower and Linseed Bread, Low Carb Pancakes, Low Carb Cookie Bases, Low Carb Cupcakes and even a sugar-free Icing Mix.
The company ensures their ingredients are natural and predominantly Australian grown, with 90% of the produce being sourced from Australian farmers. The products’ ingredients are exported straight from the farm such as golden flax meal grown in southwest Victoria, almond meal from Renmark in South Australia, lupin from Irwin Valley in Western Australia and whey protein from Warrnambool in Victoria.