Age: 1 year +
Easy, very quick to prepare, healthy and delicious – these are the sesame biscuits. I came across a variety of recipes and tried a few until finally I got the perfect one for my taste. I prepared the sesame biscuits with flour, but there are variations with oatmeal, which are surely also very tasty. I put maple syrup instead of honey, and honestly, that’s how they got tastier (I tried them with honey as well, but I just did not like them that much). Crushed nuts, such as almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts, could be added too, but the amount of flour should be reduced accordingly. I wanted to offer the biscuits to my little daughter, so I skipped the nuts. And now, check my interpretation of the recipe for sesame biscuits …
What you`ll need:
200 g flour
150 g sesame tahini
150 g maple syrup (or honey)
1 tsp. backing soda
1 pack of vanilla powder
How to cook it:
Preheat the oven to 180 ° and prepare a backing tray with baking paper.
Sift the flour and soda and leave aside. In a bowl, mix the sesame tahini, maple syrup and vanilla and stir until they are well mixed. Add the flour to the sticky mixture and mix, first with a spoon and then with hands. A mild and elastic dough should be obtained.
Wet your hands and shape walnut-sized balls from the dough, roll in the sesame seeds and flatten on the palm of your hand – the biscuits should be relatively thin (they rise slightly afterwards). Arrange in the tray by leaving a distance of about 3 cm between them. Bake for about 12 minutes. Be careful not to overdo the backing, because the sesame biscuits will become hard to crack.
Remove them from the oven and let them cool down a little in the tray, then transfer to a wire rack. Enjoy!
Looking for more easy biscuits recipes? Check also our recipe for toddler butter biscuits!