{Recipe} Just in case the kids are wanting biscuits for a holiday treat. These are the ones that were made at my house today! (We have a lot of limes at the moment - any more lime suggestions?) 😃

Lime, macadamia and olive oil biscuits - 100g raw macadamias
- 70g honey (or other sweetener to taste)
- zest of 1-2 limes
- 1 vanilla bean, cut in quarters, or 1/2 tsp vanilla powder
- 2 Tbsp lime juice
- 100g extra virgin olive oil (or you can use coconut oil)
- 180g almond meal
- 20g coconut flour
- 1/2 tsp bicarb soda
- 1/4 tsp fine Himalayan salt

Place macadamias onto a biscuit tray and cook in 180C oven for 10-15 mins until roasted. Roughly chop by hand. Set aside.

Place lime zest and vanilla bean into Thermomix bowl and chop 1 min/speed 9.

Add remaining ingredients except macadamias and mix 10 sec/speed 6.

Add macadamias and mix 5 sec/reverse/speed 3.

Roll walnut sized balls of dough and place on lined biscuit trays. Press down with a fork in a crisscross pattern and bake 10 mins 180C, or until lightly browned.

Cool on trays. If you can wait.
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  • jowhitton{Recipe} Just in case the kids are wanting biscuits for a holiday treat. These are the ones that were made at my house today! (We have a lot of limes at the moment - any more lime suggestions?) 😃

    Lime, macadamia and olive oil biscuits - 100g raw macadamias
    - 70g honey (or other sweetener to taste)
    - zest of 1-2 limes
    - 1 vanilla bean, cut in quarters, or 1/2 tsp vanilla powder
    - 2 Tbsp lime juice
    - 100g extra virgin olive oil (or you can use coconut oil)
    - 180g almond meal
    - 20g coconut flour
    - 1/2 tsp bicarb soda
    - 1/4 tsp fine Himalayan salt

    Place macadamias onto a biscuit tray and cook in 180C oven for 10-15 mins until roasted. Roughly chop by hand. Set aside.

    Place lime zest and vanilla bean into Thermomix bowl and chop 1 min/speed 9.

    Add remaining ingredients except macadamias and mix 10 sec/speed 6.

    Add macadamias and mix 5 sec/reverse/speed 3.

    Roll walnut sized balls of dough and place on lined biscuit trays. Press down with a fork in a crisscross pattern and bake 10 mins 180C, or until lightly browned.

    Cool on trays. If you can wait.

  • yogameetscoffeeNew recipe to try @fithealthyhappy_au ?? 👅
  • deehonaTahitian salad is a great recipe for using limes
  • greenjoanyThey look and sound delicious, thanks for sharing the recipe 👌
  • thedizzylimitsOur lines are between crops. Are these a hard or soft biscuit Jo?
  • kim.coghlan@jowhitton can I make coconut flour in my TM??? It's the only ingredient I'm missing. :( thanks
  • heid_staaOh my!!
  • bluepearls2Yummmmm
  • jowhitton@realaussiemumma Yes! When you make coconut milk, save the pulp and dehydrate it really well, then grind in Thermomix or food processsor until very fine. 😊
  • jowhitton@thedizzylimits Mostly soft.
  • jowhitton@kaznbj Yes I think so!
  • jvardy_84@erinmbell20 thought of you when I saw these x
  • kalgoorliejamsDelicious
  • e_a_munroI love using lime juice in hollandaise
  • lil.johnno@simplehomeproject mmm sounds delicious
  • gigabytegirlJo you could juice and then freeze the juice for next time. Would the zest freeze okay too?
  • jowhitton@gigabytegirl Yes!
  • jimalie_coconut_productsThanks for the recipe Jo!! Sounds yum, the kids will love these 👍🏽
  • kim.coghlan@jowhitton thanks for your tips jo, I need to get one. :( until then I might just buy it
  • jowhitton@jimalie_coconut_products You're welcome!
  • passivegourmetI've made lime ice cubes with a couple of mint leaves in them. Add to water or soda water. Lime, mint and aloe Vera kombucha. Mango mousse with lime zest. A key lime pie might be next I think!!
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