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Arrowroot Biscuits


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Ingredients

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Arrowroot Biscuits

  • 50 grams raw sugar
  • 150 grams plain flour
  • 60 grams arrowroot flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar
  • 50 grams thickened cream
  • 55 grams vegetable oil
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Recipe's preparation

    Arrowroot Biscuits
  1. Preheat oven to 180c.  Line 2 baking trays with baking paper.

    Place sugar into bowl and mix on speed 9 for 15 seconds until icing sugar consistency.

    Add remaining dry ingredients, then mix on speed 6 for 6 seconds until combined.

    Add cream and mix on speed 6 for 5 seconds. 

    Push all ingredients down from sides of bowl with spatula.   Mix on speed 4, then slowly pour in vegetable oil through MC hole.  Mix for a further 3 seconds until combined.

    The dough should now be crumbly (like shortcrust pastry) but when pinched together, hold its shape..

    Transfer the dough to a light floured bench top or dough mat and roll out to approximately 1/3 cm thick.  Using the lightly floured MC (or your cookie cutter of choice), cut out shapes from your dough and transfer onto baking tray.

    Bake for 8-10 minutes or until they slightly turn in colour.

    Makes approximiately 33 biscuits if using MC as a cutter.

     

    * The arrowroot biscuit is almost a rite of passage into finger foods for all babies and a staple snack of any toddler.  You will love being able to bake this recipe and be assured of knowing exactly what has gone into it and control how much sugar you feed to them.

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Tip

Arrowroot flour is also commonly called tapioca flour.


Milk can be substituted for the cream.


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  • There are a few negative

    Submitted by paulabear on 12. March 2016 - 14:45.

    There are a few negative comments on here so I thought I'd add a positive. These worked out every time for me. Sometimes you might need to adjust how much oil or use milk instead of cream. Mine are always easy to roll out and bake and kids love them. I think they taste like arrowroots too. Thanks.

     

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  • These didn't work for me at

    Submitted by shell.sells.sea.shells on 18. February 2015 - 17:14.

    These didn't work for me at all, I endup throwing the dough away  tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • Too dry, painful to roll out

    Submitted by ThermoGin on 8. September 2014 - 20:53.

    Too dry, painful to roll out and cut as the mixture kept cracking and doesnt taste like arrowroot biscuits to any of us. 

    Gave them 3 stars because the kids still liked them, tho they complained that they break too easily. 

     

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  • These were a bit dry but the

    Submitted by New User on 1. July 2014 - 20:41.

    These were a bit dry but the kids liked them anyway!

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  • Thanks for the great recipe.

    Submitted by moomin on 25. October 2013 - 11:34.

    Thanks for the great recipe. My toddler loves shop bought arrowroot biscuits so I'm happy she likes these ones too.  Dough a bit crumbly but maybe because I used coconut oil. 

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