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Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Homemade Digestive Bicuits/Graham crackers


Hello everyone, today I got you all a very easy and quick to bake recipe of  whole wheat and oats  biscuits. They are almost like Digestive biscuits or the graham crackers.
I am relocating from London to India in a week, hence quite busy in winding up everything. This is the reason that frequency of my posts have become less.


Had very few ingredients left in my pantry, not doing much of cooking and trying to use all the leftovers. Baked these crunchy biscuits, which have a very nice flavour. They are mildly sweet and buttery. You can use them for making cheesecakes even. I saw this kind of recipe on YouTube by Steve Owen and adored it too much. So without wasting much of the time, here is the recipe with a video.

Video Recipe Link :


Ingredients :

  • Whole wheat flour : 3/4 cup
  • Coarse oat flour : 3/4 cup (Grind quick cooking rolled oats)
  • Brown sugar : 1/2 cup (tightly packed)
  • Butter : 60 gms (I have used salted butter. You can use unsalted even, just add a pinch of salt)
  • Baking Soda : 1/2 tsp
  • Milk : 2-3 tbsps
Method :
  • In a  mixing bowl, take both the flours, sugar, baking soda and mix well. 
  • Now add in the room temperature butter and mix it with your fingers. You will get a bread crumb kind of a texture.
  • Now add a couple of tbsps of milk and try to form a dough. Don't overwork with it.
  • Cover the dough with a cling wrap and keep it in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes. Doing this will make the dough workable and you can easily roll it.
  • Take the dough out and roll it thin (approx 1/4 cm) and cut it into desired shapes. I might be a little difficult to roll it as it might tier but no need to worry, just accumulate with your palms and roll.
  • Place them on a baking tray lined with Baking paper/silicon mat.
  • Bake them into a preheated oven at 180°C for 15-18 minutes (depending on the oven). Mine were done for exactly 17 minutes and also for a nice golden colour I kept them on broil for 30 secs.
  • Place them on a cooling rack and let them cool completely. Store in an air tight container.
Enjoy with tea or coffee or Just make some cheese cake :)Please do share your experiences and feedback with me in the below section of comments or on my Facebook page. I too have a You Tube channel please do visit for all the video recipes. All the links mentioned below :) 
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16 comments:

  1. This is an awesome recipe. The biscuits were an instant hit at home! Thank you:-)

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  2. Lovely Crackers!!!My first time here... you have a wonderful blog!!! Great videos too:)

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  3. Its perfect recipe thank u

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  4. Healthy biscuits. I usually buy the same from the shop and never thought of preparing at home. The recipe seems to be easy comparatively. I am surely gonna prepare it and share the feedback with u.

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  5. Please tell me if I could make this with sugar free sugar?

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  8. Looks delicius and so soft. I like very much the step by step presentation.I love these a lot! chowringhee restaurent in satyaniketan

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  9. This is exactly what I'm going to try to bake tomorrow. Thank you for the recipe. Greetings from south Morocco!

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  10. Awesome recipe. Tried it 2 days ago and even my husband who isn't a oats fan liked it v much. Shall be making them again

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  11. I love this kind of bicuits. Thanks for recipe. Must try.

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  12. I enjoyed reading your work. I'll come back for more

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  13. Can you give recipe of salted biscuit. I mean sugarless

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