Craving for Digestive is a serious thing, and finding good gluten free Digestive biscuits can be a tough job. Once you will see how easy it is to bake them homemade, you will make this recipe every week.
These dairy free, egg-free, gum free (no xanthan gum or guar gum) biscuits are deliciously crunchy and addictive thanks to their pinch of salt. The list of ingredients is very short and naturally gluten free: oats and rice flour, sugar, plant based milk, oil. As a result, these cookies low in sugar, healthy and perfect for breakfast every day.
Do digestive cookies have gluten?
YES. Traditional digestive cookies, also known as “digestives,” are a type of biscuit that originated in the United Kingdom. They are typically made from whole wheat flour, which contains gluten. Some brands may offer gluten-free versions of digestive cookies.
On the contrary, this recipe is a gluten-free option suitable for people with gluten intolerance or celiac disease.
It’s important to note that even the flours mentioned among the ingredients may still be processed in a facility that also processes wheat, barley, and rye, which could lead to cross-contamination. So, it’s best to check for a gluten-free label on the package.
Tips to make these gluten free digestive quickly
If you don’t mind about having perfectly round biscuits, you can spread a unique layer of dough and then precut lines across it to make a grid. No need to separate the biscuits, you can bake them and break them apart after they have cooled down.
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